It had been written over many years, the first iteration, some 52 episodes, back in the mid-1990s, and then a second expanded series of 93 episodes which saw the story first brought to a close.
Then, with the advent of this blog, I decided to revise the story, virtually what could be called Revision 3 and ended up adding new characters and interactions, taking the story out to 109 episodes, with a more satisfying and logical ending, well, for me that it.
But in the rewriting, I think there have been a few hazy plot lines missing prior indicators as the story evolved, and now the next revision will be the one that fixes all of those issues before it goes to the editor and will be published as a book before the end of the year.
Of course, the last episode, and because of certain events related throughout the first story, gives a perfect introduction to Harry's next case which will be off and running in the next month or so.
The first case now has a title and a cover, as already mentioned will be available on AmazonKindle soon.