Author has written 2 stories for James Bond, and Sherlock Holmes.
'Ghost of a Chance' is a present-day Bond-movie-style yarn written, hopefully, in an acceptably Fleming-esque manner (I don't pretend to be clever enough to match him). For those who've read the books, it's similar to Christopher Wood's 'The Spy Who Loved Me' novelisation.
'The Twenty-Nine Minute Adventure' is a period Holmes story told in the tightest of spaces.
I also have some original (mainly King horror/'Tales of the Unexpected') stuff over on FictionPress.
If you like either - or frankly even if you don't!:-) - please consider giving to one of the following charities:-
We're smart enough to beat both horrible illnesses.
I think I am obliged to say I don't own any copyrights of any of the stock characters nor the 007 'formula'. Hopefully this is obvious, but just in case, there it is. So don't go selling this for huge wodges of cash or making it into a film. Well, not without telling me first anyway.
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