Forgotten Books Friday — Miss Pink at the Edge of the World - In Reference to Murder

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March 19, 2010


Martin Edwards

I enjoyed this post and agree with your opinion about her writing and evocation of landscape. I don't know her Holmes story - where is it to be found?

BV Lawson

Although I don't have the book in hand, I found a reference to it. There was an anthology titled "Holmes for the Holidays," published in 1996 (don't know the pub. co.), which had 14 stories, including Moffat's. The authors listed are Anne Perry, Barbara Paul, Gillian Linscott, Loren D. Estleman, Jon L. Breen, Jerry N. Williamson, William L. DeAndrea, Bill Crider, Carole Nelson Douglas, Reginald Hill, Carolyn Wheat, and Edward D. Hoch. Quite a group!

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