Sherlock

    • The Baker Street Letters
      Michael Robertson

      Two brother lawyers lease offices on London's Baker Street--and begin receiving mail addressed to Sherlock Holmes. All they’re supposed to do is send a basic response and file the letters in an archive. But when Nigel investigates one of the missives and then disappears it’s up to Reggie to find him while also solving a murder case. Great characters, a complex plot, and the wonderful feeling that people still believe in Sherlock Holmes make this this series debut a delight.

    • The Beekeeper's Apprentice
      Laurie R. King

      What would happen if Holmes, a man of the Victorian age--pompous, smug, and misogynistic--were to come face to face with a twentieth-century female? If she grew to be a partner worthy of his talents? In 1914, a young woman named Mary Russell meets a retired beekeeper on the Sussex Downs. His name is Sherlock Holmes. And although he may have all the Victorian "flaws" listed above, the Great Detective is no fool, and can spot a fellow intellect even in a fifteen-year-old woman.

    • The Daughter of Sherlock Holmes
      Leonard Goldberg

      A highly skilled nurse with unique mental talents is recruited into the investigative team of Dr. John Watson before being swept up in a Holmesian mystery with ties to the Second Afghan War, a hidden treasure and a murder at the highest levels of British society.

    • Elementary, She Read
      Vicki Delany

      British ex-pat Gemma Doyle, manager of the Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium in Cape Cod, finds herself investigating a real-life mystery when she and her best friend, Jayne Wilson, stumble upon a dead body. Fans of Sherlock Holmes will delight in the sleuthing duo of Gemma and Jayne in this clever and captivating series debut.

    • The Final Solution
      Michael Chabon

      An eighty-nine-year-old former detective in rural England becomes involved with a young refugee from Nazi Germany whose sole companion, an African grey parrot, spews out a series of numbers that could hold the key to a dangerous secret.

    • Holmes on the Range
      Steve Hockensmith

      In 1893, inspired by their hero, master sleuth Sherlock Holmes, two cowboys, Big Red and Old Red Amlingmeyer, put their detecting skills to use to uncover the truth about the murder of a ranch hand on a Montana cattle ranch. Big Red is the Watson to his ‘deducifyin’ older brother in this clever, compelling twist on the Holmes tradition. Try the audio book – it’s great fun.

    • The House of Silk
      Anthony Horowitz

      It is 1890. A year after Holmes's death, Watson--now in a retirement home--narrates a tale of Sherlockian detection that could tear apart the very fabric of society. The story opens with a train robbery in Boston, and moves to the innocuous setting of Wimbledon.

    • Jackaby
      William Ritter

      Newly arrived in 1892 New England, Abigail Rook becomes assistant to R. F. Jackaby, an investigator of the unexplained with the ability to see supernatural beings, and she helps him delve into a case of serial murder which, Jackaby is convinced, is due to a nonhuman creature.

    • A Knife in the Fog
      Bradley Harper

      A young Doyle’s first Holmes tale has been published but he made so little money from it he vows never to write another. Then the Prime Minister asks him to assist in tracking down Jack the Ripper. He reluctantly accepts but only if he has the aid of his old professor, Jack Bell – the inspiration for Sherlock’s character. He’s also assigned real-life radical journalist and East End resident, Miss Margaret Harkness, as a guide. Holmes' fans will appreciate the glimpses of the elements that formed their hero.

    • The Mangle Street Murders
      M.R.C. Kasasian

      After being orphaned, March Middleton moves to Victorian London to live with her guardian, Sidney Grice, a famous private detective, and helps investigate the murder of a young woman whose husband is the only suspect.

    • Mycroft Holmes
      Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

      Mycroft Holmes reveals the untold story of Sherlock's older brother. This harrowing adventure changed his life, and set the stage for the man Mycroft would become: founder of the famous Diogenes Club and the hidden power behind the British government.

    • The Strange Case of the Alchemist's Daughter
      Theodora Goss

      Alone and penniless, Mary Jekyll hunts for her father’s killer, a former friend named Edward Hyde, along with help from Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson resulting in the discovery of a secret society of immoral and power-crazed scientists.

    • The Strings of Murder
      Oscar de Muriel

      Two diametrically opposed Edinburgh detectives, Ian Frey and “Nine-Nails” McGray, must work together to solve the brutal murder of a violinist who was found in a locked room with black magic symbols on the floor. First in a series.

    • A Study in Charlotte
      Brittany Cavallaro

      Jamie Watson has always been intrigued by Charlotte Holmes; after all, they are descendants of one of the most infamous pairs in history. But the Holmes family has always been odd, and Charlotte has inherited Sherlock's volatility and vices. When Jamie and Charlotte end up at the same boarding school, Charlotte makes it clear she's not looking for friends. But when a student they both have a history with dies, Jamie can no longer afford to keep his distance. Danger is mounting and nowhere is safe--and the only people they can trust are each other.

    • The Whole Art of Detection
      Lyndsay Faye

      Faye's best Holmes tales, including two new works, are brought together in a stunning collection that spans Holmes's career, from self-taught young upstart to publicly lauded detective, both before and after his faked death over a Swiss waterfall in 1894.