What people say?
"'A Biased Judgement: The Sherlock Holmes Diaries, 1897' starts with a vicious attack on Holmes, and the action builds towards an attack on the Queen herself and civilisation as we know it. Moriarty is dead, but someone has revived his gang – does the name Porlock sound familiar? The book is exciting and well written."Sherlock Holmes Society of London
“I’ve been reading the works of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, often better known as Mark Twain, since I was a boy. The first film I ever saw in a movie theatre was “Huckleberry Finn”, a magical trip with my dad that I’ll never forget. My dad bought me a set of six hardback Twain books when I was about just six or seven years of age, and I read and re-read them. I read about Huck, and all the of Tom Sawyer books, even the obscure ones. As a teenager, I read “The Innocents Abroad”, and have never stopped being amused that Clemens and his friends identified every one of their foreign tour guides as “Ferguson”. One of my big high school papers was on “Pudd’nhead Wilson”, and I was thrilled after I had started it to see that it was a detective story……….."David Marcum
"An extravagantly imagined and brilliantly written Holmes story."Lee Child, New York Times bestselling author and the creator of Jack Reacher