Now, the truth is finally revealed regarding Holmes's exploits involving the Titanic, his rematch with Irene Adler, the childhoods of both Holmes and Watson, and such figures as Ida Tarbell, P.G. Wodehouse, and James McNeil Whistler.
From the gritty streets of nineteenth century London, the loyal and courageous Dr. Watson offers a tale unearthed after generations of lore: the harrowing story of Sherlock Holmes's attempt to hunt down Jack the Ripper.
(P)its the sleuth of Baker Street against the Butcher of Whitechapel--the archfiend Jack the Ripper. (This book) gives readers a Holmes possessed of greater and more disturbing depths than the one they thought they knew.
Commissioned by and written with the approval of the estate of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle...(this book) blends detailed history and thrilling suspense while giving perfect cadence to the verbal discourse between Holmes and Watson.
In 1889 London, writer Oscar Wilde finds the corpse of a male artist's model in a house used by men for assignations. Wilde later returns with friends Robert Sherard and Arthur Conan Doyle, but the body has vanished, the room cleaned, and the police declare that nothing has happened.
Two German cowboy brothers, Gustav (Old Red) and Otto (Big Red) Amlingmeyer, have been reading the adventures of Sherlock Holmes in magazines and take on the roles of the master detective and his sidekick, Watson, when an albino cowboy turns up dead in a locked outhouse.