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The Consulting Detective Trilogy Part I: University

The Consulting Detective Trilogy Part I: University

by Darlene A Cypser

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Overview

It was some time before Sherlock Holmes recovered from the
events of late 1871. Physically, it took many months; mentally,
it took many years. He was bound by both a promise to the
living and a commitment to honour the dead, and being so
bound he set the full force of his will to rebuilding the shattered
pieces of his life. Yet some times will alone is not enough.

Sherlock Holmes had too many adventures and went through
too many changes in the nine years between Violet’s loss and
his first meeting with Dr. Watson to tell the story in a single book.
So the sequel to The Crack in the Lens became a trilogy. Part I
of The Consulting Detective Trilogy follows Sherlock to the
University of Cambridge and tells the story of his decision to
become a detective, his first few cases, and his early training.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014447843
Publisher: Foolscap & Quill
Publication date: 05/20/2012
Series: The Consulting Detective Trilogy , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 325
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Darlene became an avid follower of Sherlock Holmes when she
was in high school. Since then she has corresponded with a number of
Sherlockians around the world. She is currently the “Chief Surgeon” of
Dr. Watson’s Neglected Patients, a scion of the Baker Street Irregulars
located in Denver, Colorado. She is also a member of the Hounds of the
Internet and the Hudson Valley Sciontists. She wrote two “scholarly”
Sherlock Holmes articles in the mid-1980s which were published in
the Baker Street Journal and are cited in The New Annotated Sherlock
Holmes.

She also has several other fiction and non-fiction projects in the
works and is finishing production a movie set in 18th century England
based on Alfred Noyes’ poem The Highwayman.

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