SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE MUMMY’S CURSE – A REVIEW BY JIM WOOSLEY

This one is on my To Be Purchased list. I’ve enjoyed Stephanie’s Displaced Detective series and have full faith in her ability to do Mr. Holmes justice on the page.

According To Hoyt

Mummys curse 150 wide shift aspect
[Click on the picture to buy the book on Amazon, or if you prefer here is a link to Smashwords.  Stephanie tells me it’s also available in the itunes store.]
Stephanie Osborn is best known for her Displaced Detective series, which used interdimensional travel to bring a variant of Sherlock Holmes from Victorian England to the present. Sherlock Holmes and the Mummy’s Curse is the first book in a new series, Gentleman Aegis, which follows Holmes prior to this insertion into the modern work, exposing him to new adventures with a scientific and mystical light.
The Mummy’s Curse is set early in Holmes’s detective career, and shortly after his meeting and beginning to room with Dr. John Watson. Holmes, not yet established as a consulting detective, is invited to join an archaeological expedition by an old college professor, and to bring Watson as the physician to the investigators.
However, from the beginning…

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