The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Murder at Sorrow's Crown

The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Murder at Sorrow's Crown


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A frantic mother comes to SHERLOCK HOLMES, begging him to find her son, a navy officer who has not returned from the war in South Africa. He has been labeled a deserter, yet she is sure he would never abandon his men. Holmes and Watson begin their own inquiries, but encounter resistance from the establishment, and an attempt is made on Holmes’s life. So begins a tale of intrigue and empire, as Holmes and Watson uncover a conspiracy that goes far beyond one missing sailor...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781783295128
Publisher: Titan
Publication date: 09/13/2016
Series: Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Series
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 575,922
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Steven Savile, highly respected media tie-in writer,  was nominated for the International Media Tie-In Writer's SCRIBE Award in 2007 for Slaine: The Exile. He was runner-up in the British Fantasy Awards in 2000, and won the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future Award in 2002. He has written extensively for Star Wars, Warhammer (Black Library), Dr Who and Torchwood.

Robert Greenberger held senior editorial roles at both Marvel and DC Comics before becoming a freelance writer and editor. He has written many books, both fiction and non-fiction, including: The Essential Batman Encyclopedia, The DC Comics Encyclopedia, as well as novels for Batman, Hellboy, Predator and Star Trek.

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The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Murder at Sorrow's Crown 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DarkRavenDH More than 1 year ago
What could be behind the death of a soldier that warrants a conspiracy? A lady shows up at Baker Street asking Holmes for help in finding out the truth about her son. He was part of the Boer War in South Africa, and her majesty’s government lists him as MIA. She has been told that they are listing him as a deserter, something that neither she nor anyone who knew the lad will accept… Somehow all of this ties in with the death of Benjamin Disraeli… When Holmes and Watson begin to investigate, they are attacked again and again. Some of their attackers are trained assassins from India. Holmes and Watson are waylaid both together and on their own. The premise of this novel is that it records a truth that the government and the crown want to be buried. It could not have been published at the time, and in fact, Watson is warned in no uncertain terms not to publish, and his notes are confiscated by Whitehall… The story is written in two parts. The first gives detail as the case developed. This part was taken away by a very serious agent who works for Mycroft. The second is written six months to a year after the case was finalized. Watson refuses to change the names of persons involved or to sugarcoat the alarming facts. He says the world needs to know the truth, and that by the time this case will be allowed to be published it will no longer matter. This is a very dark case. The Boer War saw many British soldiers killed. There were a few times when Britain found themselves on the losing side. This story deals with matters of national defense and raises questions about the death of Benjamin Disraeli. The question really is: What if? I give the book four stars… Quoth the Raven…