The Case of the Cosmological Killer: Endings and Beginningsby Stephanie Osborn
After the revelations in The Rendlesham Incident, Holmes and Skye find they have not one, but two, very serious problems facing them. Not only did their "UFO victim" most emphatically NOT die from a close encounter, he was dying twice over - from completely unrelated causes. Holmes must now find the murderers before they find the secret of the McFarlane farm. And to add to their problems, another continuum - containing another Skye and Holmes - has approached Skye for help to stop the collapse of their own spacetime, a collapse that could take Skye with it, should she happen to be in their tesseract core when it occurs.
The Case of the Cosmological Killer: Endings and Beginnings is the fourth book in an exciting and popular science fiction and mystery series.
"As usual, Stephanie Osborn gives us a riveting and twisting plot leaving me thinking and always on the edge of my seat. Anything Stephanie writes I certainly want to read. She is one of the smartest writers I've ever read and reminds me of why I like SF!"
~Travis S. Taylor, author of The Science Behind The Secret: Decoding the Law of Attraction
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The most recent volume in the Displaced Detective series by Stephanie Osborn. This concludes the mysteries posed in the previous three books in a manner most satisfying. Thankfully, I am informed that Stephanie is hard at work on another two books in this most wonderful series! The game is well and truly afoot!
This book is the fourth in a series by Stephanie Osborn and is the conclusion to The Rendlesham Incident which came out last summer. What can I say-I've thoroughly enjoyed each and every one of her books. The character interaction between Sherlock Holmes and his wife, Dr. Skye Chadwick-Holmes was superb, and we even get treated to a double dose as she also shows the interactions between their counterparts in the other continuum who slowly come to their own relationship themselves. I also liked how the science is portrayed in this book. Whenever I have read any of her books, I have always learned something new, but it's never put in a manner that's preachy or all-knowing, just a natural outgrowth of the characters and the situation they're dealing with. My older son also enjoys these books for many of the same reasons. Any new books in this series will always be at the top of my list.
The Case of the Cosmological Killer by Stephanie Osborn The Case of the Cosmological Killer: Endings and Beginnings by Stephanie Osborn is a terrific read. It incorporates much more emotion and day to day activities than the other books in this series, but this just solidifies these characters as members of my literary family. There is just so much going on in this book, in two separate continua, that the mystery and suspense are unprecedented.