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Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes

The Hidden Years

Michael Kurland, Editor

St. Martin's Griffin


In 1891, Sherlock Holmes, in a death struggle with his archenemy Professor Moriarty, disappeared over Reichenbach Falls and was presumed dead. Until, that is, he reappeared in London in 1894. Holmes remained mostly quiet on the events of those years and for over a century speculation has run riot about what really happened during the 'hidden years.' Now in this original collection, the truth is finally revealed. Including stories by Peter Beagle, Rhys Bowen, Bill Pronzini, Carolyn Wheat, Gary Lovisi, and others, Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Years is a must-have book for every fan who has ever wondered what really happened to the world's most famous consulting detective during his mysterious missing years.

Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Years

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Praise for Sherlock Holmes

"Kurland (My Sherlock Holmes) scores again in this lively all-original anthology." - Publishers Weekly

Michael Kurland, Editor

Michael Kurland is the author and editor of numerous books, most recently the thrilling Holmes/Moriarty novel The Empress of India. Twice a finalist for the Edgar Award, he lives in Petaluma, California.

St. Martin's Griffin

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