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New Licence With Studio Press
7 September, 2018

New Licence With Studio Press

Working alongside the world’s greatest detective, keen investigators will be encouraged to review the evidence from Sherlock’s case notes, diary entries, photographs, maps, puzzles and more, to solve the mysteries. Written by Sally Morgan and illustrated by Federica Frenna, one mystery in each title has been inspired by an existing Sherlock Holmes story.
Lisa Edwards, Head of Children’s Publishing, Kings Road Publishing said: 
 
“Studio Press is delighted to be working with the Conan Doyle Estate on a new series of books for children. The world of Sherlock Holmes has been a firm favourite for over 130 years and we are excited to be bringing its intrigue and mystery to a new generation of budding detectives.”
Richard Pooley, Director of the Conan Doyle Estate added: 
“The Conan Doyle Estate are delighted to be partnering with Studio Press. The Casebooks of Sherlock Holmes combine a new and exciting reader experience with the world-renowned and iconic classicism of the Sherlock Holmes stories. The interactive element will bring a new wave of readers to Conan Doyle’s classic mysteries.”
The two new titles are set to publish this November.
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