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Only the most intriguing mystery could lure Sherlock Holmes from the comfort of Baker Street in the winter of 1898...and it came with the ghastly murder of a gravedigger in the most bizarre of circumstances. Thus it was that Holmes and Watson travelled to the tiny German village of Darmstadt to unmask a callous killer with an even more terrifying motive...and all within the long, ominous shadow of Castle Frankenstein....

©2015 David Whitehead (P)2016 David Whitehead

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  • Meionnamei
  • 22-12-19

It's entertaining enough

It is what it is for a mash up story and it had some good key plot points that is wrapped up nicely. Just wished it hadn't immediately jumped to Watson being an idiot and a whiney man at the very beginning then have him become smart. It feels like this was written by two very different people instead of one.