Item description for The Exploits of the Second Mrs. Watson by Michael Mallory...
Michael Mallory is the author of the novel Murder in the Bath as well as some one hundred short stories for both adults and children, many of them featuring Amelia Watson and/or Sherlock Holmes. A Derringer Award winner and two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, Mallory has also written three non-fiction books on pop culture subjects and nearly 400 magazine and newspaper articles.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.7" Width: 5.8" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Jul 15, 2008
Publisher Top Publications, Ltd.
ISBN 1929976461 ISBN13 9781929976461
Availability 0 units.
More About Michael Mallory
Michael Mallory, a freelance writer and animation historian, is the author of "Hanna-Barbera Cartoons" and "X-Men: The Characters and Their Universe", among other books.
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Comfort Food Sep 22, 2008
If you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you will enjoy these delightful short stories that bring back many of the characters from the famous sleuth's exploits.
But there is a twist. This time the protagonist is none other than John Watson's second wife. Didn't know Watson had a spouse? Just read the introduction to these stories and you will be a believer.
Author Michael Mallory spins such a clever tale about this wonderful lady that you will go along with the history without missing a beat. Mallory has penned over a hundred short stories, so these flow gently from his pen like a hot cup of tea.
Even though Amelia Watson is a new character created by the talented Mallory, he weaves snatches of Sherlock, Watson, and even Mrs. Hudson into the fabric until you are firmly back at 221 B Baker Street with all your old friends.
And the stories are engaging from plots to overthrow the throne to an intriguing tale that pits Sherlock and Amelia in a clever ruse that was so much fun to read.
Pour yourself a cuppa, sit back in your easy chair, and soon find yourself back in those misty times where intellect, not CSI techniques, save the day. (Though there is one story that does delve into science. You'll love it.)