Podcast-Remarkable Power of Stimulus Book Launch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7F427fR09k&list=PLF43-tHWPFEixp8RJb91wjRddPjhhthqL Recorded December 10, 2020 I awoke in the morning and the planetree greeted me covered in new spring buds outside the window of my old familiar bedroom. I took a breath, and his horrible first pipe filled my heart with gratitude. Today I wasn’t alone––Sherlock Holmes was back! Last night we poached an evildoer.… Continue reading Podcast-Remarkable Power of Stimulus Book Launch

Review by Wendy Heyman-Marsaw Remarkable Power of Stimulus

Ms Altabef, once again, deftly creates the type of tension that has the impact of thrillers. Her well-documented research provides authenticity and atmosphere to the story as a whole. The Remarkable Power of Stimulus is a superb sequel to Ms. Altabef’s successful These Scattered Houses and second in a trilogy of pastiches that take place… Continue reading Review by Wendy Heyman-Marsaw Remarkable Power of Stimulus

Review: Remarkable Power of Stimulus by D. Perkins

It's As If Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Were Still Alive and Writing. Sherlock Holmes: Remarkable Power of Stimulus is a sequel to Ms. Altabef's These Scattered Houses, and is a pitch perfect evocation of the life and times and brilliant idosyncracies of Mr. Holmes. One can only hope there will be more to come from… Continue reading Review: Remarkable Power of Stimulus by D. Perkins

Review: Remarkable Power of Stimulus by Ann Keech

For Sherlock Holmes fans: the terrifically talented author Gretchen Altabef does it again! Remarkable Power of Stimulus, the sequel to Gretchen Altabef's These Scattered Houses is, again, a riveting Sherlock Holmes mystery, written as if by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle himself. Meticulously researched, and a delight to read! Ms. Altabef reunites Holmes, Dr. Watson, and… Continue reading Review: Remarkable Power of Stimulus by Ann Keech

REVIEW: Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the London Dock Deaths

Ragged, angry men were shouting slogans and demands at the gates, which were guarded on the inside by several indifferent men whose only qualifications for the job appeared to be their size. Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the London Dock Deaths by Margaret Walsh is an exciting and intriguing read. Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson,… Continue reading REVIEW: Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the London Dock Deaths

Dr. Joe Bell & Sherlock Holmes

“Dr. Joseph Bell…was indeed so wise a counsellor, had so level a head, and so perfect a temper, that it was impossible to take offense at anything he said. Moreover, he had a fund of humor which was not so much a fund as an inspiration.”––Lord Stormonth-Darling. Dr. Joe Bell’s biography by Ely Liebow, has… Continue reading Dr. Joe Bell & Sherlock Holmes

Jeremy Brett IS Sherlock Holmes

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. The Bryan Times 8th September 1988. Jeremy Brett IS Sherlock Holmes by Maureen Whittaker is an updated version of… Continue reading Jeremy Brett IS Sherlock Holmes

Two-fer: 1 Novel + 1 Sequel

I looked at him anew, with an understanding I never had before and with awe for the magnitude of such a mind. In a flash I understood the cocaine, his moods, and his genius. MX Publishing has bundled together These Scattered Houses and Remarkable Power of Stimulus. My action packed original story of Holmes alone,… Continue reading Two-fer: 1 Novel + 1 Sequel

Remarkable Power of Stimulus

The sequel to These Scattered Houses. Remarkable Power of Stimulus is a Sherlock Holmes novel with heart. 1894 London is threatened with the most gruesome murder mystery since Jack the Ripper. Paris is imperilled by lethal anarchists upping their game. English suffragists face a deadly foe. Only one man with an unshakable belief in logic,… Continue reading Remarkable Power of Stimulus

Mrs. Hudson Goes To Ireland by Susan Knight

“Clearly she had a somewhat exaggerated view of my powers of deduction. Even though I pride myself on having learnt much from my distinguished tenant––lessons that have stood me in good stead on a number of occasions…this time…I was entirely at sea and told her so.” Away from England and from the two gentlemen who… Continue reading Mrs. Hudson Goes To Ireland by Susan Knight