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Kim Krisco

13600 County Road 21.6
Weston, Colorado, United States


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Kim Krisco, author of three books on leadership, is now delighted to follow in the footsteps of the master storyteller Sir Arthur Conan Doyle by adding five totally new Sherlock Holmes adventures to the canon. He captures the voice and style of Doyle as Holmes and Watson find themselves unraveling mysteries in and around turn of the century London that, as Holmes puts it, “appears to have taken on an unsavory European influence.”

Meticulously researched, all of Krisco’s stories read like mini historical novels. Indeed Kim trekked to Aviemore Scotland, and climbed Ben Macdui Mountain, so he could better capture the authentic feel of the setting for The Bonnie Bag of Bones – the first of Holmes’s post-retirement adventures.

In Sherlock Holmes – The Golden Years, Kim Krisco breathes new life into the beloved “odd couple,” shedding new light on Holmes’s and Watson’s protean friendship that is becoming richer and “puckish” with age.

Kim lives in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado in a straw-bale home he built himself.

Kim published a semi-popular book many years ago – Leadership & the Art of Conversation which was/is out of print. I got almost weekly requests for copies and/or suggestions to republish it. But I could not, in good conscience do so because I no longer believed much of what I had written more than a decade earlier. My perceptions and ideas had undergone a fundamental change. Some call it growth or personal development. I call it human evolution because I believe human evolution is no longer physical but it now a movement toward higher consciousness.

More recently,Talking to Trees was written primarily for coaches, but it would be of use to anyone and everyone interested in accelerating human evolution – as defined above. It comes at a critical time, when we human beings are currently in a crucial race. The planet earth, and our species, is being endangered by our own lack of consciousness and integrity. While neither the precise means, nor the exact timing is known, there is little doubt in the minds of many people, myself included, that unless we as a species are to accelerate and elevate our consciousness, we will go the way of the dinosaur.

Interests: Writing, traveling, coaching, poetry, writing

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes


Published works:


  • Irregular Lives: The Untold Story of Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars
  • Sherlock Holmes - The Golden Years
  • Nonfiction

  • Leadership & the Art of Conversation
  • Leadership & the Art of Conversation
  • Talking to Trees