David Marcum plays with The Game with deadly seriousness. He discovered Sherlock Holmes in 1975, at age ten, when he obtained the abridged version of the Adventures during a transaction. Since that time, thousands of Holmes pastiches that were conventional have collected from the form of books, short stories, radio and tv episodes, movies and scripts, comic books, fan-fiction, and unpublished manuscripts. He is the writer of "The Papers of Sherlock Holmes" Vol. ’therefore I and II (2011, 2013), "Sherlock Holmes and A Number of Lending" (2013) and "Sherlock Holmes – Tangled Skeins" (2015). Furthermore, he is the editor of the three-volume set "Sherlock Holmes at Montague Street" (2014, recasting Arthur Morrison’s Martin Hewitt stories as early Holmes adventures,) and most recently the continuing anthology show, "The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories" (2015- ).
He's contributed stories and essays to "The Baker Street Journal", "The Watsonian", "Beyond Watson", "Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine", "The Solar Pons Gazette", also "The Gazette", the diary of the Nero Wolfe Wolfe Pack. He began his adult work life as a Federal Investigator to get an vague U.S. Government agency, before the company had been removed. He is a Civil Engineer, and returned to college to get a level, residing with his wife and child in Tennessee.
He is a member of The Sherlock Holmes Society of London, The John H. Watson Society (“Marker”-RRB-, '' The Praed Street Irregulars (“The Obrisset Snuff Box”-RRB-, The Solar Pons Society of London, The Inhabitants of the Entire House, (A Baker Street Irregulars Scion,) and The Diogenes Club West (East Tennessee Annex), a curious and Profession Scion of one. Since Age nineteen, He's worn a deerstalker as his regu
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