Sherlock Holmes' Last Case

by Robert D'Artagnan


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Softcover
$21.49
Hardcover
$30.83
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/25/2001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 353
ISBN : 9780738868288
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 353
ISBN : 9781401079598
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 353
ISBN : 9781456805760

About the Book

Everyone knew that Sherlock Holmes perished in a titanic struggle with Professor Moriarty at Reichenbach Falls in the year 1891.

At least they thought they knew that. Until...

Until some three years later he suddenly reappeared in London, alive and well, the same old Sherlock Holmes...

Or...was he?

That is only one of the questions examined in the pages of Sherlock Holmes´ Last Case.

This manuscript among the recently discovered effects of Doctor John H. Watson, as edited by novelist Robert D´Artagnan, gives us a description of what may have been Sherlock Holmes´ final adventure.

That adventure describes intrigue and a clever scheme to discredit an internationally known figure.

But it involves more than that.

Unexpectedly Holmes´ own worst enemy in some ways would suddenly seem to be himself...would seem so indeed... were it not for the ominous presence of Colonel Moriarty seeking vengeance for the death of his late brother.  

And then, for Sherlock Holmes, everything is at risk ...reputation, self-esteem and life itself.

The newsletter of the prestigious and long-established SHERLOCK HOLMES SOCIETY OF LONDON says this…

Sherlock Holmes’ Last Case by Robert D’Artagnan (Xlibris, www.xlibris.com, $29.69 hardback, $19.54 trade paperback), takes Holmes and Watson to Vienna to meet Sigmund Freud, and gives a sensational new account of what really happened during the Great Hiatus - but it’s not a re-run of The Seven-per-Cent Solution. The year is 1908: At Martha Freud’s request Holmes investigates her husband’s peculiar behaviour, and Freud helps him to solve the mystery of Reichenbach and the years that followed.

Dr. Freud’s persecutor, we discover, is someone who will later have a profound effect on the history of Austria, and indeed of the world. It’s heady stuff, excitingly told…

---- excerpted from the book review by Roger Johnson, Editor of the Newsletter, who also calls Sherlock Holmes’ Last Case “a rattling good read.”


About the Author

Robert D'Artagnan is a pen name for an author who prefers at this time to remain in the same shadowy area he likes to write about. What he will admit to for publication is the following... He writes and has published and lectured on a number of Shakespeare research articles as well as several books on Shakespearean analysis and the Authorship Question. His Shakespeare website can be seen at Pages.Prodigy.Net/Webrebel. Under various pen names he currently has in publication ten books, with several others in preparation. These include several novels, most on adventure or science fiction themes. Street of Broken Dreams fits into both those categories, is published here for the first time ever, and he considers it one of his best...