He is the editor of several collections for Wordsworth & Collectors Library (Barnes & Noble) including:
- The Best of Sherlock Holmes
- Shadows of Sherlock Holmes
- Stories from the Nineteenth Century
- Tales of Unease
- Return From the Dead
His DVD work includes writing and narrating commentaries for the MPI release of the digitally re-mastered Basil Rathbone Holmes films; conducting interviews on the new Jeremy Brett Holmes releases; and with David Jason on A Touch of Frost DVDs.
He is as one-third of literary performance group The Mystery Men, alongside Matthew Booth and M. J. Elliott
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