Mr Pendleton-Smythe, an excluded schoolboy turned military man, visits Holmes surreptitiously having been hiding out of fear for his life. Holmes quickly discovers the unfortunate outcomes of this man's adolescent decisions when he discovers Pendleton-Smythe's participation in the Amateur Mendicant Society, the membership of which has been rapidly declining of late.
|Publisher:||Little, Brown Book Group|
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About the Author
John Betancourt (b. 1963) is an American author and publisher whose Wildside Press is dedicated to producing quality books of fantasy and supernatural fi ction. His own books have been mostly science fiction or fantasy, though Rememory contained a strong mystery element. Other novels include Rogue Pirate, The Blind Archer and Johnny Zed, plus the story collection Slab's Tavern and Other Uncanny Tales. He is currently working on a series of fantastic adventure novels featuring the Greek hero Hercules, starting with The Wrath of Poseidon.