Sherlock Holmes and the Shakespeare Letter
Having emerged from a Swiss glacier and solved his first murder case in more than ninety years (described in The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes), the world’s most famous detective now sleuths through modern London in search of a stolen letter purportedly written by Shakespeare. Holmes displays his usual mental brilliance as he investigates the missing letter and discove...more
Readers new to the series can piece together the fact that Sherlock Holmes was revived after having bee ...more
Interesting but not overly suspenseful issue of the disappearance of a letter which Shakespeare might have writte ...more
Sherlock is back after being frozen in a glacier then being reanimated. He's adapted well to modern resources & the interplay between Holmes & Wilson is good. There's no doubt that the author is well versed in Sherlockian lore & it's demonstrated deftly.
Multiple plots/twists keep the reader's interest. Bacon v Shakespeare, anarchists, microbombs & even a 1 eyed do ...more
Barry Grant at age eleven boarded the North Coast Limited in Chicago and traveled to his uncles' farm in North Dakota to spend the summer . . . and there he spent every summer thereafter until he graduated from high school. None of the later journeys of his life - by boat up the Amazon, by Volkswagen Beetle over the Atlas Mountains to Zagora, and so on - ever matched tho ...more