Fourteen-year-old Sherlock Holmes knows that Amyus Crowe, his mysterious American tutor, has some dark secrets. But he didn't expect to find John Wilkes Booth, the notorious assassin, apparently alive and well in England--and Crowe somehow mixed up in it. When no one will tell you the truth, sometimes you have to risk all to discover it for yourself. And so begins an adventure that will take Sherlock across the Atlantic, to the center of a deadly web--where a friend is in peril and a defeated army threatens to rise again.
Andrew Lane's exciting second case for the teenage Sherlock leads the young detective to America, straight into the heart of a shocking conspiracy.
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...Andrew Lane’s storytelling has done a credible job of bringing a young Holmes to life.Read Full Review of Rebel Fire
Getting to know Sherlock Holmes as a lad is a worthwhile trip indeed—even if the reader is not a fan of Doyle’s detective.Read Full Review of Rebel Fire
The lack of deductive reasoning (by any character) is another major disappointment in the entire project thus far.Read Full Review of Rebel Fire
... I'm starting to find his lack of curiosity difficult to take.Read Full Review of Rebel Fire
The action is non-stop and Sherlock is a hero to admire.Read Full Review of Rebel Fire
Reading it was like a rollercoaster, and I'm glad there were several free-falls of excitement in the fight scenes to pull me through the lulls.Read Full Review of Rebel Fire
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