Remarkable Holiday Release!!
Posted on by Gretchen Altabef
“Holmes knew the weapon and the only man capable of this crime. He packed his pipe, savouring the knowledge that his long-awaited trap was about to be sprung.”
Remarkable Power of Stimulus is a Sherlock Holmes novel with heart. After 3 years away, Holmes finds London awash in murders, 221B under siege, Paris silenced by anarchists, plus the return of Irene Adler. At the commencement of his new life, Holmes steps out of the carriage into Baker Street knowing he will find Watson’s friendship and unerring aim are as dependable as the British Rail.
View the VIDEO at my REMARKABLE POWER OF STIMULUS youtube. A haunting soundtrack by A Man Called Jack! Filled with clues to the novel, see if you can find them. Of course those who have already read the first in the series, THESE SCATTERED HOUSES may have an edge.
Gretchen Altabef met Sherlock Holmes for the first time as Ronald Howard’s young and friendly sleuth. She was six and has not forgotten his portrayal of the youthful, genial Holmes of A Study in Scarlet. Today she is the MX Publishing Author of Sherlock Holmes: These Scattered Houses. The audiobook, narrated by J. T. McDaniel, reached #2 in sales of all 2019 MX Holiday releases. The sequel, Sherlock Holmes: Remarkable Power of Stimulus reached goal on the first day of the Kickstarter campaign and more than doubled by its end.
“Holmes appears to be this rather cold and distant figure who holds the rest of humanity at arm’s length. But deep down I believe––much deeper down––he is a man of tremendous sensitivity and feeling.” –Jeremy Brett.
Jeremy Brett used his immense talent, intelligence, and experience to show us the incredible range of feeling bubbling beneath the surface of the genius detective. In her novels, Ms. Altabef explores the cracks in the marble he found. Her fictional journeys are influenced by her copious historical research plus the application of that imagination and intuition Holmes usually found lacking in the Scotland Yarders.
She is a member of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London, the John H. Watson Society, and the Dumpster Divers of Philadelphia artist collective. Her scholarly and literary articles have been published in the Watsonian, the Serpentine Muse, The Proceedings of the Pondicherry Lodge.
Gretchen Altabef is an MX author of Sherlock Holmes Novels who strives to emulate Doctor John Watson’s and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s literary styles. Her first novel was Sherlock Holmes: These Scattered Houses. Both a historical novel and murder mystery, solved as only Holmes can. The sequel is Sherlock Holmes: Remarkable Power of Stimulus is a Sherlock Holmes adventure with heart.
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