Sherlock Holmes Book Reviews - The Coronet Conspiracy

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Sherlock Holmes Magazine (issue 14)

"Holmes takes on one other biggest cases of his career, with international ramifications. Could it be that plots to remove the heads of the governments of England, France, and the German Empire are all linked!" 


The Coronet Conspiracy is available from this site and also from:


Amazon USA       Barnes and Noble

Amazon UK 

Sinister House Book 1

1888 - In the midst of the murderous phrenzy plaguing the streets of Whitechapel, a case of mistaken identity, a courier’s dispatch containing a coded message, and an urgent request from Scotland Yard draw Sherlock Holmes into a case that uncovers criminal schemes fixed on removing the heads of the governments of England, France, and the German Empire. Convinced these events are not simply calamitous coincidences, Holmes goes to his brother Mycroft, reasoning such endeavors must be orchestrated by a single malicious mastermind. With his trusted colleague, John Watson, at his side, as well as a rogues gallery of characters, old and new, Holmes throws himself into the fray. With international implications, this case tests Holmes’ abilities to their very limits, as he doggedly pursues the identity of the man behind the malevolence, and the destruction of such a Sinister House.  

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