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'Better Than Doyle': Camouflage In The JFK Assassination Would Have Fooled Sherlock

The piece named above, the most popular piece I have ever posted, does not have a comment thread.

Until now.

You can read the post in full here, and/or comment below.

Cheering For War Criminals: What's The Music?

I made a series of tactical errors on Sunday night. Thinking my sons might enjoy some baseball before bedtime, I visited to see when the 4th game of the World Series was scheduled to start. The site said "LIVE! NOW!" so I turned on the television. But it was only the pre-game show, so I switched it back off.

About half an hour later, I turned it back on, fully expecting the ballgame to have started, but -- shockingly! -- I was wrong again.

You can read the rest here and/or comment below.

No More Waiting: Holmes And Watson Roll Again

Newly posted on my personal blog:

I have been away for more than a week, and during that time at least three or four readers have been waiting patiently for Chapter 20 of my factual/fictional work-in-progress, in which Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson are investigating the mysterious death of Welsh code-breaker Gareth Williams.

Fortunately for all of us, the wait is over. I am back at my desk on a more regular basis, and the 20th chapter is finished and posted.

I understand that following a serial-in-progress can be frustrating for those who prefer to read the last page of a mystery first. They want to see how it turns out before they read the rest of the book, and in this case it is simply not possible.

On the other hand, there may be some compensation in knowing that the last page of this story is not yet written -- and that my readers will find out what happens immediately after I find out myself.

For those who have been waiting, here's the newest: [Chapter 20: Unthinkable]

For those wishing to start at the beginning, this would be the link: [Sherlock Holmes and the Alderny Street Mystery]

Many thanks to those who have been encouraging me with respect to the "Alderney Street" project. I hope you will enjoy the newest chapter and those to come.

More soonest...

Surprise! Canadian Forces Commander Was A Serial Killer

Like every other day, I suppose, it's been a day of sick news.

You can read my latest post here, and your comments are welcome below.

Common Ground With A War Criminal

That's right: I share an important ... um ... understanding ... with ... well ... hey! Stryker Brigade Commander Harry D. Tunnell IV Sneered At COIN Doctrine, And So Do I

Your comments are invited.

Sounds Like A Great Idea! But How Are They Doing It?

There's a very short new post at my blog. I can't give you any excerpts without ruining the surprise.

You can read it here if you wish, and you can comment below too. If you wish.

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