“Dynamics of a Hanging”
Shred of Evidence, vol 3 no 2, May 2005.
Revised version reprinted in The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Night Shade Books, September 2009. (mystery short story)
“It was in the fall of 1891 that I received a telegram from the Reverend Charles Dodgson, inviting me to his residence in Guildford, Surrey. It was not for a medical consultation, but of vital importance to the present trial of the Moriarty gang: the key to Professor Moriarty’s cipher.”
…most are worth your time. Here are brief summaries of three such stories: Tony Pi’s Dynamics of a Hanging is set during the time after Holmes’s apparent death at Reichenbach Falls, as Watson and a famous associate may have discovered the key to bringing Moriarty’s cohorts to justice. — Glenn Dallas, Sacramento Book Review
…will appeal to codes and ciphers nuts… — Rod Lott, Bookgasm
“Dynamics of a Hanging” by Tony Pi is a great example of how to write a Sherlock Holmes story without Sherlock Holmes… — Charles A. Tan, Bibliophile Stalker