Category Archives: Dublin 1916

All Three Wartime Adventures of Holmes and Watson!

Here is where to go to get the hardback edition of all three of Holmes’ and Watson’s wartime adventures. Follow their courageous actions and mystery solving as they fight through the great wars of their time: The Second Afghan War, the Second … Continue reading

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A Review of Irish Rebels

Philip K Jones reviews Sherlock Holmes and the Irish Rebels “This is Mr. McMullen’s second book of Sherlockian fiction and his gift for catching the reality of time and place is undiminished. Since this book is about Irish History, it … Continue reading

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Interview of me done by fellow author Dan Andriacco

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 The Mystery of the Irish Author In writing my mystery novels, I often tap into the police and firearms knowledge of my Kieran McMullan. He is simply amazing. Once when I asked him a question about … Continue reading

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Weapons of the Second Boer War

Many say that the Second Boer War was the first of the modern era. They will site the use of magazine rifles, the machine gun and trenches. Unfortunately that is not quite true. The Spanish American War of 1898 precedes … Continue reading

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Great News About Holmes & the Irish Rebels!

The following comes from our friendly publisher: MX Publishing. Top Ten New Sherlock Holmes Books For Amazon Kindle Many lucky Holmes fans will be opening their Christmas stocking and retrieving a shiny new Amazon Kindle (if you believe the hype … Continue reading

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Kind Words from the Sherlock Holmes Society of London

Latest Review of Sherlock Holmes and the Irish Rebels “Kieran McMullen has once more combined his expertise as a military historian and former soldier with his devotion to Sherlock Holmes, and he’s added a third element – his own heritage … Continue reading

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Weapons of the Irish Rebels and the British

Watson’s Pocket Pistol  The Colt Model .32 Pocket Pistol was invented by John Browning who would go on to design the ubiquitous  Colt M1911 .45 ACP pistol still in use today, a hundred years later, by the US Military. The … Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes and the Irish Rebels – Kieran McMullen

Ever wonder what happened to Holmes and Watson after His Last Bow? I have too. Just like I always wondered what happened to Watson in the Second Afghan War. In Watson’s Afghan Adventure I attempted to answer the questions we … Continue reading

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