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21 May 2024

Spoken Word: Episode 44: She-Wolf of Baker Street by Narrelle M. Harris

Arts, James WF Roberts, Joy Media, Joy94.9, Literature, Performing Arts, Philosophy, Podcasting, Sexuality, Spoken Word

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Spoken Word: Episode 44: She-Wolf of Baker Street by Narrelle M. Harris

James is joined live in the studio for this episode of Spoken Word, by Narelle M. Harris, author of the new published Queer Werewolf adventure novel, She-Wolf of Baker Street.

In this podcast Narelle and James discuss all manner of 19th century Queer coding in society and literature, Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle, Doctor Who, Steven Moffat and all things fae and mysterious.

Audrey Hudson takes the lead in this contemporary, paranormal take on the residents of Baker Street.

After Sherlock Holmes “rescues” Audrey Hudson from a kidnapper, she offers him her upstairs flat in exchange for solving the unsolved murder of her family in Edinburgh. Sherlock’s being forced to theorise without data, however – he doesn’t know his new landlady and her late family are werewolves.

There’s a lot he doesn’t know about his attractive new flatmate, John Watson, too.

Momentum is added to the case as Sherlock’s investigations suggest a much bigger mystery is at play, involving a disturbing case on Dartmoor with a Greek interpreter; Sherlock’s agoraphobic sister, Myca; Audrey’s long-dead love, Ruby Stockton; and the fate of Great Britain’s mystic heart.

Will Holmes be able to unravel the mysteries that have haunted Audrey’s life? And can Audrey protect her new pack, or is she about to lose those she loves once again to unknown enemies?

Narrelle M Harris is an award-winning writer of crime, horror, fantasy, romance and erotica. Her 40+ works of fiction, including 12 novels, have been published in Australia, US, Croatia, and the UK.

Award nominations include Fly By Night (Ned Kelly Award), Witch Honour and Witch Faith (both short-listed for the George Turner Prize), and Walking Shadows (Chronos Awards; Davitt Awards), and short story collection Scar Tissue and Other Stories (Aurealis Awards). Her ghost/crime story Jane won the Athenaeum Library’s “Body in the Library” prize at the 2017 Scarlet Stiletto Awards.

Her work includes vampire novels, including The Opposite of Life, erotic spy adventures, het and queer romance, traditional Holmesian mysteries, and Holmes/Watson romances The Adventure of the Colonial Boy (2016) and A Dream to Build a Kiss On (2018). Queer paranormal thriller-romance, Ravenfall, was released in 2017; spec-fic het romance, Grounded, was released in March 2019 by Escape Publishing. Her rock-and-roll urban fantasy Kitty and Cadaver followed with Clan Destine, in 2019.

In 2021, Clan Destine Press released Little Star, the fifth and final novella in Narrelle’s Duo Ex Machina series, which includes Fly By NightSacrifice, Number One Fan, and Kiss and Cry.

Narrelle also edited the 2021 Sherlock Holmes anthology The Only One in the World, described as ‘sheer unadulterated fun‘ by ArtsHub.

Narrelle M Harris blogs regularly, and you can find out more about Narrelle here.

 

Audrey Hudson has been a werewolf all her adult life, but after the terrible, unsolved slaughter of her found-family in Edinburgh, she withdraws to London, where a collector of cryptid artefacts kidnaps her.

Luckily, a young detective named Sherlock Holmes rescues Audrey, and although oblivious to the existence of werewolves and ghosts, he’s convinced he can find out who killed her family.

She offers the awkward genius a room in her Baker Street house, if he can find someone to share with. Enter John Watson – and his best friend Nicola ‘Nick’ Murray – whose own cryptid encounters will have a significant bearing on the inhabitants of 221B.

Of course Sherlock’s investigations suggest a much bigger mystery is at play: one involving a disturbing case on Dartmoor with a Greek interpreter; Sherlock’s agoraphobic sister, Myca; Audrey’s long-dead love, Ruby Stockton; and the fate of Great Britain’s mystic heart.

Will Holmes and Watson be able to unravel the mysteries that have haunted Audrey’s life?

To secure your spot at the free book launch this Saturday: https://www.readings.com.au/events/emma-viskic-robert-gott-and-narelle-m-harris

 

Narrelle Harris: freelance business writer and editor – nharris.com.au
Narrelle Harris writing services for authors – https://larkingservices.wordpress.com/
Narrelle M Harris: author, editor, songwriter – https://narrellemharris.iwriter.com.au/
Narrelle M Harris on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/NarrelleMHarris

 

 

 

 

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