The Case of the Cosmological Killer: The Rendlesham Incident Paperback – 15 Jul 2012
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This is the first half of a two-volume novel. The Case of the Cosmological Killer, parts 1 and 2 are thoroughly worth your time and money, but The Rendlesham Incident is just half of a truly worthwhile whole.
Taking Sherlock Holmes from one continuum in the multiverse to another, in which he had been fictional, and from the 19th to the 21st century, Osborn beset him with both personal and professional challenges in the Displaced Detective books that precede this one. Now he's really started to get a grip on the modern world... which would do well not to underestimate either Holmes nor his spouse.
In my opinion the Displace Detective Series is a fine example of Holmes done well.
Reading this made me think of other authors who write multiple books with the same characters, and who have enough background info in each book that it can stand alone, or it can be read as part of a series. There was not enough info in this book to "anchor" it to anything.
My quandary is, do I want to spend the money to read the other books in an effort to find out if some of the loose ends are tied up...or do I just want to forget the whole thing...? Have not decided, but am leaning toward forgetting it.
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