Roger Riccard

Roger Riccard has Scottish roots, which trace his lineage back to the Roses of Highland, Scotland. This ancestry encouraged his interest in the writings of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.  He is now the author of over fifty stories featuring the world’s first consulting detective.

He lives in a suburb of Los Angeles. When not editing Watson’s notes of Sherlock Holmes adventures, he is singing with a group which entertains at retirement homes, or watching baseball, crime dramas, musicals and old movies (Thank you, Turner Classics!) and British mysteries on BBC America.

“Roger Riccard is an extremely good pastiche writer. Personally, I think the best since the late Val Andrews passed over Reichenbach” – Joel Senter, publisher of the Sherlockian E-Times

“Roger Riccard’s Sherlock Holmes stories remind you why you love Sherlock Holmes” David Marcum

“It was as though Doyle had crafted these stories himself.” Amazon review of Riccard’s Sherlock Holmes: Adventures for the Twelve Days of Christmas

Books and eBooks by Roger Riccard
The Colourful Cases of Sherlock Holmes, Volume 1
Sherlock Holmes: Adventures for the 12 Days of Christmas
A Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases, Volume 1 (A to E)*
A Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases, Volume 2 (F to J)*
A Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases, Volume 3 (K to O)*
A Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases, Volume 4 (P to T)
A Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases, Volume 5 (U to Z)
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Poisoned Lilly
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Twain Papers
Sherlock Holmes and the Seven Deadly Sins
Sherlock Holmes: Further Adventures for the 12 Days of Christmas
The Surelock Commentary on the Book of James

* Also available as an audio book