John Hall

John Hall spent many years in the civil service before becoming a professional writer specialising in crime fiction. His book Death of a Collector, introducing Freddie Darnborough, won the Sherlock magazine’s competition for the best new fictional detective. Freddie has since appeared in short stories and a couple of radio plays. John’s other favourite fictional detectives are Peter Wimsey (before he married that dreadful woman!), Poirot, and of course Sherlock Holmes.

John has a long association with the Sherlock Holmes world, but has other interests as well, including a large collection of tobacco pipes. John is a member of The international Pipe Smokers’ Hall of Fame.

Books by John Hall
Sherlock Holmes and the Abbey School Mystery
Sherlock Holmes and the Adler Papers
Sherlock Holmes and the Boulevard Assassin
Sherlock Holmes and the Disgraced Inspector
Sherlock Holmes and the Frightened Chambermaid
Sherlock Holmes and the Hammerford Will
Sherlock Holmes at the Raffles Hotel
Sherlock Holmes and the Telephone Murder Mystery
Special Commission
The Travels of Sherlock Holmes