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Authentic and Exciting,
This review is from: Sherlock Holmes and Count Dracula: The Adventure of the Solitary Grave: The Supernatural Casefiles of Sherlock Holmes (Kindle Edition)
What's most remarkable about this story is the degree of authenticity Klaver gives it-- it reads just like a story by Doyle (or Watson, if you prefer!). The attention to Victorian detail is also noteworthy, and it's clear that the author knows his Holmes mythology. You may think you've seen all that can be done with teh sub-genre of "Holmes meets Dracula" tales, but The Case of the Solitary Grave is exciting and refreshingly unpredictable. As a bonus, we get a very touching look at the deep bond of friendship between Holmes and Watson.
Can't wait for the next adventure!