Book Review: Art in the Blood by Bonnie MacBird

Art in the Blood By Bonnie MacBird Reviewed by Ardy Screenwriter Bonnie MacBird makes her pastiche debut with this fast-paced Victorian adventure. The story starts off in a few weeks before Christmas 1888, with Holmes in deep depression and the grips of cocaine addiction. Understandable: not only has Watson just got married, he has also… Read More »

Book Review: The Murder of Sherlock Holmes by David Fable

The Murder of Sherlock Holmes by David Fable Reviewed by Maria Fleischhack Sherlock Holmes has died and John Watson makes the heartbreaking decision to investigate what he believes is murder. The novel’s premises already indicated a strong diversion from the Canon, and yet it begins in typical fashion, with John Watson as the narrator. However,… Read More »

Book Review: In the Company of Sherlock Holmes

Book Review: In the Company of Sherlock Holmes Eds. Leslie Klinger and Laurie R. King Reviewed by Ardy Leslie Klinger and Laurie R. King follow up on the success of A Study in Sherlock with another collection of short stories with ties to the Great Detective. I say “with ties to”, because some are closer to… Read More »

Review: The Devil’s Grin by Annelie Wendeberg

The Devil’s Grin by Annelie Wendeberg Reviewed by Maria Fleischhack The Baker Street Babes The title of the novel is intriguing already, and the story begins with the account of Dr. Anton Kronberg’s adventures in 1889. Dr. Kronberg, the leading epidemiologist of his time is called to examine a cholera victim in the north of… Read More »