Bill Peschel

Bill Peschel

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The Cases of Blue Ploermell (223B Casebook, #10) was the most recently released book by Bill Peschel, on October 1st, 2021.

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Bill Peschel Stats: The highest rated book by Bill Peschel on Book Notification is Writers Gone Wild: The Feuds, Frolics, and Follies of Literature's Great Adventurers, Drunkards, Lovers, Iconoclasts, and Misanthropes, a Non-Fiction book.

The most read book by Bill Peschel on Book Notification is Writers Gone Wild: The Feuds, Frolics, and Follies of Literature's Great Adventurers, Drunkards, Lovers, Iconoclasts, and Misanthropes, a Non-Fiction book.

Below is a complete list of Bill Peschel books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of 223B Casebook Books in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
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2014
2
2015
3
2015
4
2016
5
2016
6
2018
7
2019
8
2019
9
2021
10
2021

List of The Dead Man Universe Books in Publication Order

List of The Rugeley Poisoner Books in Publication Order

List of Short Stories/Novellas in Publication Order

List of Collections in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

Bill Peschel: Biography

Bill Peschel is the author of the 223B Casebook series which currently consists of 10 novels. The 223B Casebook series started in 2014 with the novel The Early Punch Parodies of Sherlock Holmes. The most recently released novel in the 223B Casebook series was The Cases of Blue Ploermell which was released in 2021. There are no upcoming novels for the 223B Casebook series.

Bill Peschel has also written the Non-Fiction Books series which has 3 books including Writers Gone Wild: The Feuds, Frolics, and Follies of Literature's Great Adventurers, Drunkards, Lovers, Iconoclasts, and Misanthropes and Career Indie Author: Tell Your Stories and Build a Business That Will Last a Lifetime.

Bill Peschel: F.A.Q

What was the first book Bill Peschel wrote?

The first book written by Bill Peschel was Writers Gone Wild: The Feuds, Frolics, and Follies of Literature's Great Adventurers, Drunkards, Lovers, Iconoclasts, and Misanthropes, published in 2010.

What was the most recent book Bill Peschel wrote?

Their most recently released work was The Cases of Blue Ploermell on October 1st, 2021.

Will there be any more books by Bill Peschel?

Bill Peschel does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has Bill Peschel written?

Bill Peschel has written 19 books. 10 books in the 223B Casebook Series, 1 book in The Dead Man Universe Series, 3 books in The Rugeley Poisoner Series, 1 Short Story/Novella, 1 book in the Collections, 3 books in the Non-Fiction Books.

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