Sherlock Holmes Studies in Legacy There is nothing tragic than a story left untold At least that is what Sherlock Holmes thought Through his urgings Doctor Watson opens his tin dispatch box to recall a series of strange and grotesque

  • Title: Sherlock Holmes Studies in Legacy
  • Author: Luke Benjamen Kuhns
  • ISBN: 9781780924205
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Paperback
  • There is nothing tragic than a story left untold At least that is what Sherlock Holmes thought Through his urgings Doctor Watson opens his tin dispatch box to recall a series of strange and grotesque events which consumed their daily lives in the early months of 1899 Follow Holmes and Watson as they tackle an unusual case of hysteria, race through fires in WhitechaThere is nothing tragic than a story left untold At least that is what Sherlock Holmes thought Through his urgings Doctor Watson opens his tin dispatch box to recall a series of strange and grotesque events which consumed their daily lives in the early months of 1899 Follow Holmes and Watson as they tackle an unusual case of hysteria, race through fires in Whitechapel, find mystery and murder in a seaside village, and discover what strange game is afoot when an assault in the confines of 221b sends Holmes and Watson racing against time towards a deadly and toxic end One thing is certain, sometimes the most deadly villain is their legacy The Untold Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Volume 2.

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    1. *This book was won for free through First Reads Giveaways*Sherlock Holmes: Studies in Legacy is compromised of several short stories told through the eyes of Sherlock Holmes's assistant, Doctor John Watson. Each story consists of Sherlock Holmes and John Watson solving a case.What a book! I can definitely state that this book was a nice, little read. The dialog and stories are easy to follow which makes the stories all the more enjoyable. If you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, this book is defini [...]

    2. Sherlock Holmes: Studies in Legacy by Luke Benjamin KuhnsMy thanks to Steve and Timi at MX Publications for my review copy of this book! May you be successful in your dream of saving Undershaw House.This book is a collection of six short stories. However; the first four stories connect to form a longer narrative. The book definitely has echoes of Conan Doyle! This author seems to get better and better the more of his books that I read. Hats off to Mr. Luke Benjamin Kuhns!“A Study in Hysteria [...]

    3. This is a collection of six novellas which mostly follow up on the author’s first collection, The Untold Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. There are several villains spread across the six stories and, frankly, the collection of ‘bad guys’ makes the late Professor Moriarty look like a progressive and imaginative businessman.The first story, “A Study in Hysteria,” presents a peculiar suicide attempt by a patient under treatment by Dr. Sigmund Freud, an old acquaintance of Holmes. It quickly [...]

    4. I have respect for anyone who writes a Sherlock Holmes pastiche. I have neither the brains nor the creativity to attempt such a thing. The mysteries in this book are solid. The last story is bonkers, but totally fun to read. I enjoyed the book, and intend to read more from this author. Having said thatThis book is self-pubbed. Which is fine. There is a ton of awesome self-pubbed stuff out there. Yay for self-pubbing! I was convinced that, given its self-pubbed status, this book had no editor. Ma [...]

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