By Bonnie MacBird
London. A snowy December, 1888. Sherlock Holmes, 34, is languishing and again on cocaine after a disastrous Ripper research. Watson can neither convenience nor rouse his pal – until eventually a unusually encoded letter arrives from Paris.
Mlle l. a. Victoire, a gorgeous French cabaret celebrity writes that her illegitimate son through an English lord has disappeared, and she or he has been attacked within the streets of Montmartre.
Racing to Paris with Watson at his part, Holmes discovers the lacking baby is just the top of the iceberg of a miles better challenge. the main precious statue because the Winged Victory has been violently stolen in Marseilles, and a number of other young children from a silk mill in Lancashire were stumbled on murdered. The clues in all 3 instances element to a unmarried, untouchable man.
Will Holmes get well in time to discover the lacking boy and forestall a emerging tide of murders? to take action he needs to remain one step prior to a deadly French rival and the threatening interference of his personal brother, Mycroft.
This most up-to-date event, within the form of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, sends the long-lasting duo from London to Paris and the icy wilds of Lancashire in a case which assessments Watson's friendship and the fragility and presents of Sherlock Holmes' personal creative nature to the boundaries.
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Art in the Blood: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure by Bonnie MacBird