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KD Sherrinford was born and bred in Preston, Lancashire; she now lives on the Fylde Coast with her husband, John and their four children. An avid reader from an early age. KD was a huge fan of Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie. She had read the Conan Doyle canon by the time she was thirteen.

KD had a varied career, working with thoroughbred horses and racing greyhounds-.To mix things up, she joined Countrywide and became a Fellow of The National Association of Estate Agents. Retirement finally gave her a chance to write her first novel, " Song for Someone" KD got the idea for the story after a visit to The Sherlock Holmes museum on Baker Street, London, in 2019, with her daughter Katie. KD always wanted to write about Irene Adler. She is such an iconic character. A talented pianist from age six, the music from some of KD's favourite composers, Beethoven, Wagner, and Stephen Foster, all feature strongly in her novel. The second book in the Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler mystery series, " Christmas at The Saporis", is now available at Amazon.The third book " Meet me In Milan", will be published later this year.

More Books by
K. D. Sherringford

The deepest secrets are often to be found out in the open, if you only know where to look.

While her husband, Sherlock Holmes, is off playing detective in London, Irene Adler finds herself having to turn investigator when her friend Renata becomes the prime suspect in the attempted murder of her husband, Luigi Amato. How can she refute the testimony of a credible eyewitness, even though her heart tells her that Renata is innocent? What she needs is tangible evidence, and she’s willing to do what she must to obtain it.

When Sherlock finally arrives on the scene, Irene seeks his counsel, and he agrees to assist with her investigation. However their relationship is called into question by Irene’s dear friend Sophia, who is not overly fond of Irene’s husband nor approving of the way in which they conduct their marriage. Will Irene be able to prove her friend Renata’s innocence, or is there a more tangled web of deception at play? And will Sophia’s misgivings regarding her marriage bear unfortunate fruit?

Meet Me in Milan

K. D. Sherringford

A Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler Mystery

Book Excerpt or Article

The deepest secrets are often found out in the open if we only know where to look.

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