A fast paced mystery that will keep you thoroughly engaged. A great read!
Remarkable Power of Stimulus is the long awaited sequel to These Scattered Houses. It is an intense and exciting adventure from the first chapter to its ending. After 3 years away from his beloved England Sherlock Holmes returns to London with his young charge Miss Rachel Marcello. From the moment they step foot on the ship headed for home they encounter many challenges, some humorous others deadly. The reader will enjoy the good company of No. 221B Baker Street and the hearty reunion of Watson, Holmes and Mrs. Hudson. With Holmes and Watson reunited they are immediately called to action in pursuit of a mass murderer! This is a fast paced mystery that will keep you thoroughly engaged. A great read!
Review by PBM on GOODREADS
Gretchen Altabef is an MX author of Sherlock Holmes novels. Mondadori Publishing has contracted to translate her novels into Italian. Ms. Altabef strives to emulate Dr. John Watson’s and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s literary style. The first, These Scattered Houses, is in Holmes’ own voice and resourcefully chronicles the last two months of his ‘great hiatus’. The second in the series is, Remarkable Power of Stimulus. After 3 years away, Holmes finds London awash in murders, No. 221B under siege, anarchists threatening Paris, and the return of Irene Adler. Fully aware he is being watched by Moriarty’s men, Holmes steps out of the cab into Baker Street knowing he will find Watson’s friendship and unerring aim are as dependable as the British Rail.
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