Bill Peschel is a recovering journalist who shares a Pulitzer Prize with the staff of The Patriot-News in Harrisburg, Pa. He is the author of “Writers Gone Wild” (Penguin). Through Peschel Press he publishes Sherlock parodies and pastiches in the 223B Casebook series and annotated editions of Dorothy L. Sayers’ “Whose Body?” and Agatha Christie’s “The Mysterious Affair at Styles” and “The Secret Adversary.” An interest in Victorian crime led to the republication of three books on the William Palmer case. He also is a mystery fan who has run the Wimsey Annotations at www.planetpeschel.com for nearly two decades. He lives with his family, dog and two cats in Hershey, where the air really does smell like chocolate.
Type of Writing
non-fiction, NF: essay, NF: How to write/edit/publish, NF: history/war/politics, NF: true crime/true war, humor, mystery, thriller