Wednesday, April 13, 2011

“The Events Which I’m About to Describe Were Simply Too Monstrous, Too Shocking to
Appear in Print--They Still Are”

In January we brought news that Briton Anthony Horowitz, the man behind the wonderful World War II-era TV mystery series Foyle’s War, as well as the author of the Alex Rider series of teenage spy novels, had been selected by the Arthur Conan Doyle Estate to pen a new full-length Sherlock Holmes novel. Now, American publisher Mulholland Books reports that Horowitz’s work is to be called The House of Silk, and has been scheduled for release on November 1 of this year. Mulholland also features a reading by Horowitz from his work in progress.

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