The Seventh Bullet by Daniel D. Victor
A Holmes and Watson American Adventure

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His retirement interrupted by the assassination of muckraker David Graham Phillips, Sherlock Holmes begins an investigation that leads him from England to New York's Gramercy Park to Washington, D.C.

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Published November 1, 1992 by St Martins Pr. 186 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A minor item from the Sherlock Holmes canon: American socialite Carolyn Frevert brings the detective out of his Sussex retirement to reopen a real-life 1911 murder case--the assassination of her brother, premier muckraker David Graham Phillips, by a vampire-obsessed fanatic outside Gramercy Park.

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The suspicious death of a crusading American journalist brings Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson out of retirement, across the pond to the Big Apple and into the lives of prominent American citizens.

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Summary: Excellent addition to the Sherlock Holmes books masterfully inserts the ageing detective and his sidekick Dr Watson in a real life murder case, with intriguing results.

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