Art in the Blood (a Sherlock Holmes Adventure, Book 1)

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Product Details

Price
$15.99  $14.87
Publisher
Collins Crime Club
Publish Date
Pages
336
Dimensions
5.1 X 7.7 X 0.9 inches | 0.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780008129699

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About the Author

Bonnie MacBird is passionate about Victorian London and Sherlock Holmes. She lives in an 1890 building right off Baker Street, and fell in love with Holmes as a schoolgirl in her native California. After many years in the entertainment industry as a film executive, Emmy winning producer and screenwriter, she now writes the critically acclaimed Sherlock Holmes Adventure Series for HarperCollins, bringing the much loved detective back, traditional style, in full-length adventures. Meticulous research, a flair for deductions and a decided sense of humour have turned these into fan favourites. ART IN THE BLOOD was translated into seventeen languages and was followed by UNQUIET SPIRITS, THE DEVIL'S DUE and the upcoming THE THREE LOCKS.

Reviews

A Publishers Weekly Staff Pick

"A pacy and twisting story - made me forget I wasn't reading a Sir Arthur original."--The Sun

"In a world with more than its share of Sherlock Holmes pastiches, it is rare for one to soar above the rest, but Bonnie MacBird's Art in the Blood achieves this singular feat and deserves a tip of the deerstalker." --Otto Penzler, editor, "The Big Book of Sherlock Holmes Stories"

"Dark, stylish, ingeniously plotted. Gripping, enthralling read. Holmes & Watson live!" --Hugh Fraser

"A thoroughly entertaining Sherlock Holmes adventure worthy of Doyle himself. ... vivid period detail, a superb, labyrinthine plot, snappy pacing and, most importantly, a deep respect for the classic characters." --Bryan Cogman, Producer/Writer, HBO's Game of Thrones

"Bonnie MacBird's ART IN THE BLOOD has the three key ingredients for a delicious pastiche: Meticulous research, plausibility, and grand fun!" --Leslie S. Klinger, editor, "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes"