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Sherlock Holmes: The Dreaming Man by William Meikle

Sherlock Holmes: The Dreaming Man by William Meikle

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A mystery that starts in the House of Lords soon leads Holmes and Watson up and down the length of Britain, uncovering a plot that might bring down the British Empire. To solve the case, Holmes must come to grips with a revenant spirit, who is bending his iron will to the purpose of returning from the dead. A fall is coming, a fall that has haunted Holmes’ dreams, and now must be faced again, in the place where past and present become one, and two old foes meet for the final battle.

EDITIONS

Signed & Numbered Limited Edition Hardcover

  • Signed by Author William Meikle and Artist M. Wayne Miller
  • Hand-Numbered 1 to 100
  • Color Dust Jacket
  • Spine Stamping
  • Color Endsheets
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      CONTRIBUTORS

      Author: William Meikle
      Front Cover & Interior Art: M. Wayne Miller
      Editor: Joe Morey

      PRAISE FOR WILLIAM MEIKLE

      “Meikle’s authorial voice is a thing of wonder as you find yourself drawn into the story and racing along after clues with Holmes and Dr. Watson, sometimes losing sight of the fact that this is a horror/armchair mystery mashup created by William Meikle and not one of Doyle’s own creations.”
      — Hellnotes

      “This is possibly the best Sherlock Holmes supernatural adventure I’ve read to date, if not one of the best post-Conan Doyle stories of any sort.”
      — Occult Detective Quarterly

      “Baker Street Irregulars should quickly secure a copy of the book.”
      — British Fantasy Society

      “… doing full justice to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s enormously popular detective.”
      — The Midwest Book Review

      “For Sherlock Holmes fans this book is an absolute must and I highly recommend it.”
      — Famous Monsters of Filmland


      PRAISE FOR WILLIAM MEIKLE’S SHERLOCK HOLMES STORIES

      “For anyone who loves great storytelling and well-crafted stories”
      — Famous Monsters of Filmland

      “Meikle writes Holmes and Watson with a warm friendship.”
      — Horrorview

      “… a splendid and entertaining diversion”
      — Blackstatic

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