The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes

The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes

Internationally bestselling author Lyndsay Faye was introduced to the Sherlock Holmes mysteries when she was ten years old and her dad suggested she read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s short story The Adventure of the Speckled Band. She immediately became enamored with tales of Holmes and his esteemed biographer Dr. John Watson, and later, began spinning these quintessential cha...

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Title:The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes
Author:Lyndsay Faye
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ISBN:0802125921
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages

The Whole Art of Detection: Lost Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes Reviews

  • Elinor Gray
    Dec 31, 2016
    I would give this book ten stars if I could. Lyndsay is a queen among pasticheurs, and delivers wholeheartedly with this collection. Her Holmes and Watson are living, breathing, snarking partners who adore one another and work together with beautiful efficiency. They care for one another so palpably...
  • Laura Ayers
    Sep 15, 2016
    I have read one other book by Lyndsey Faye (Jane Steele), and I loved it. This book is no different. If you are a fan of the television show "Sherlock", I think you will enjoy this book. Written in the manner of several stories across the Sherlock's timeline from when he was just starting out to his...
  • Barbara
    Sep 25, 2016
    If you're a big fan of the Sherlock Holmes stories penned by Arthur Conan Doyle you'll enjoy this book. This collection of Sherlock Holmes tales written by Lyndsay Faye captures Conan Doyle's style, characterizations, old-timey language, flowery descriptions, quirky mysteries, sly humor.....everythi...
  • Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede
    Mar 08, 2017
    I have read quite a lot of Sherlock Holmes stories written by authors than Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Some good, some less than good. However, this collection is one of the finest I have ever read and the stories really feel like they were written by Conan Doyle himself.The book's stories are both befo...
  • Jamie
    Nov 09, 2016
    I have always been a huge fan of Mr. Holmes, possibly even going as far to consider myself a “Sherlockian”. Maybe I’m too much a fangirl, since in my mind, the whole time while reading these short stories, I saw Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock and Martin Freeman as Watson. When I saw...
  • K.L. Beckmeyer
    Nov 11, 2016
    Overly Modernized and Overly Talkative Fan-Fiction. While this series of short stories gains a star at the debut of the first two shorts which dive into Sherlock Holmes' life before Baker Street, the rest of the shorts quickly become tedious and reveal an alternate universe where our beloved Sherloc...
  • Caidyn (BW Book Reviews)
    Feb 18, 2017
    Basically, I love Lyndsay Faye. And this is an ARC that was provided for me by Netgalley and the publisher for an honest opinion. My honest opinion is that Lyndsay Faye is fantastic. She was the one who introduced me into Holmes pastiches with Dust and Shadow: An Account of the Ripper Killings by Dr...
  • Marlene
    Mar 12, 2017
    Originally published at Reading RealityI have an often-confessed penchant for Sherlock Holmes pastiches. As a consequence, I’ve read a lot of them. Some take the Holmes canon into entirely different directions, like Laurie R. King’s Holmes/Russell series, A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry...
  • Tom Mathews
    May 21, 2017
    Lyndsay Faye is no stranger to the world of Sherlock Holmes. Having penned the popular Dust and Shadow: An Account of the Ripper Killings by Dr. John H. Watson in which the great consulting detective takes on the greatest criminal of his day, the notorious Jack the Ripper, Faye is now reintroducing ...
  • Cat Sebastian
    Jun 18, 2017
    The sections from Watson's POV read as almost perfect imitations of the originals, with occasional (very welcome) dark reminders that they are written by the author of Jane Steele. But the sections in Holmes's POV are stellar. Holmes misses Watson. Holmes is concerned Watson doesn't have his muffler...