Monday, July 23, 2012

New Sherlock Holmes mystery on Kobo!

The new Sherlock Holmes adventure is a case of Cold-Hearted Murder!
When grotesque murders are committed during one of the hottest summers in London, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are drawn into the investigation.

Cold-Hearted Murder is one of the most baffling and bizarre cases Sherlock Holmes has ever investigated. Why are the victims being monstrously mutilated? Why are they being murdered in cold locations? What is the significance of the Golden Triangle?

What Sherlock Holmes will learn is that these incredible killings have their origins in the Canadian Northwest during the great Klondike Gold Rush.

Cold-Hearted Murder is now available on Kobo.
Cover design by Greg Maxwell

Also, The Canadian Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
is now available on Kobo

Cover design by
Greg Maxwell

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Sherlock Holmes on Kobo!

I am very pleased and excited to report that The Canadian Adventures of Sherlock Holmes has been successfully published and available on Kobo.
This is not the first version of CASH to be published. The first was an ebook published in 2002 by ebook publishers Blackfriars Press in London, but that version is no longer available. The second version of CASH was published by The Battered Silicon Dispatch Box and an additional chapter never offered on the ebook was added as an incentive.
Now the third version has published on Kobo with a new cover designed by Greg Maxwell as well as additional editing by Aimee Parent.
Please check out the latest edition of The Canadian Adventures of Sherlock Holmes selling for the low cost of $2.99 (CAN).

The print version of The Canadian Adventures of 
Sherlock Holmes is also available.

To order an autographed copy of
The Canadian Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

please send check or money order:
$20.00 (Can.) plus $3.50 S&H if ordering in Canada
$20.00 (US) plus $7.50 S&H if ordering in the US
Stephen Gaspar
9805 Holly Crescent
Windsor, ON
Canada N8R1Y6

Sunday, July 1, 2012


What could be better on the 145th birthday of this great nation than to read about some amazing Canadian history.