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The Unlikely Protégé of Sherlock Holmes



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An enigmatic jewelry case, holding human remains, arrives at the cottage of Sherlock Holmes, enticing him from his retirement refuge in the Sussex Downs. 

Irregular Lives: The Untold Stor of Sherlock Holmes Book Kim Krisco Author

If you were ever curious about how Holmes shaped and changed the lives of the irregulars, and how they transformed his life . . . then, this is the book for you.

Sherlock Holmes The Golden Years Book Kim Krisco Author

Sherlock Holmes feared retirement would elude him.  It surely does in this five- story chronicle that takes him from London to the United States and Africa.


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About Kim

Hello and welcome to my website.

Like most of you, I knew that Sherlock Holmes could never retire. So, I  picked up the pen that Dr. Watson set down when Holmes left London. All four of my novels take place after his retirement. The first was Sherlock  Holmes - The Golden Years, followed by Irregular Lives.

These two books left me wondering who will carry on Holmes’s legacy?

Enter Tessa Wiggins, a former member of Holmes’s urchin army, who embodies the antithesis of Holmes’s cool rational methodology. Tessa uses her street-smarts, intuition, and “ancient wisdom” to solve mysteries. How Tessa came to follow in the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes is an amazing story captured in two novels: The Celtic Phoenix and The Magnificent Madness of Tessa Wiggins.

I enjoy hearing from my readers and take pride in the fact that I reply to every person that reaches out to me. I have recently been connecting with book groups via zoom and welcome those invitations. The easiest way to reach me is via the "contact page" on this website. So, let me hear from you.


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