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The Case of the Displaced Detective: At Speed By Stephanie Osborn,

  • Title: The Case of the Displaced Detective: At Speed
  • Author: Stephanie Osborn
  • ISBN: 9781606191910
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Having foiled sabotage of Project Tesseract by an unknown spy ring, Sherlock Holmes and Dr Skye Chadwick face the next challenge How do they find the members of this diabolical spy ring when they do not even know what the ring is trying to accomplish And how can they do it when Skye is recovering from no less than two nigh fatal wounds Further complicating matters isHaving foiled sabotage of Project Tesseract by an unknown spy ring, Sherlock Holmes and Dr Skye Chadwick face the next challenge How do they find the members of this diabolical spy ring when they do not even know what the ring is trying to accomplish And how can they do it when Skye is recovering from no less than two nigh fatal wounds Further complicating matters is their relationship For the ups and downs between Holmes and Chadwick are due to something than the occasional clash of demanding, eccentric personalities Chadwick acknowledges to herself that she has fallen in love with Holmes Knowing he eschews matters of the heart, however, she struggles to hide it, in order to maintain the friendship they do have, preferring said friendship to total alienation Holmes also feels attraction but fights it tooth and nail, refusing to admit to the fact, even to himself After all, it is not merely Skye s work the spies may be after but her life as well Having already lost Watson to the vagaries of spacetime, could he endure losing another companion Can they work out the intricacies of their relationship Can they determine the reason the spy ring is after the tesseract And most importantly can they stop it
    The Case of the Displaced Detective At Speed Having foiled sabotage of Project Tesseract by an unknown spy ring Sherlock Holmes and Dr Skye Chadwick face the next challenge How do they find the members of this diabolical spy ring when they do n

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    1. This is the second volume in the 4 volume omnibus I obtained from the publisher for review purposes.Ah ooo, and Yay o lay The awful cliffhanger at the end of the first volume is resolved As I knew it would HAVE to be otherwise, the names of the subsequent parts of the omnibus would have been The Case of the Displaced Detective Still Dead Even Yet Dead , and No kidding, Dead While that might be amusing, it is NOT the sort of joke Stephanie Osborn plays upon her readers.Skye Chadwick does not die, [...]

    2. Originally published at Reading RealityI adore Sherlock Holmes pastiches, and yes, I know I ve said that before Most recently in my review of the first book in this series, The Case of the Displaced Detective The Arrival.I ll also say that the titles for all the books in this series so far are absolute mouthfuls But so what If you enjoy watching the Great Detective get thrown into situations that Conan Doyle couldn t possibly have imagined, well, that s why so many of us watch Sherlock and Eleme [...]

    3. I was glad I learned in advance that this second book is really an extension of the first, and that if you want the whole story, you need to read both Otherwise I might have been disappointed that the mystery wasn t solved in the first book.But I m so glad I read both and am ready for 3 and 4.I absolutely love the authentic and unique voice Ms Osborn has given to Sherlock in this series It feels real, brings to mind the Holmes I ve always loved, but also adds a lovely human quality to the mix Th [...]

    4. I couldn t wait to start reading this book It picks up where The Case of the Displaced Detectives The Arrival ends.Holmes and Skye are hunting for the members of a spy ring that is out to sabotage Project Tesseract, which Skye is the lead scientist for and the technology that brought Sherlock Holmes to our universe from another universe or continuum as it is called in the book The Case of the Displaced Detectives The Arrival ends with Skye getting shot by one of the spy ring as she and Holmes tr [...]

    5. Sherlock Holmes like you ve never seen him before in modern America Through an accident with Dr Skye Chadwick s Tesseract machine told in The Displaced Detective The Arrival Holmes ends up in our reality A fictional character in our time stream, in his, he is very real.Asked to assist in an investigation, Holmes puts his cognitive abilities into high gear to find the master mind behind the sabotage of the Tesseract device At the end of The Arrival, they have found several of the conspirators, bu [...]

    6. The second book in Stephanie Osborn s Displaced Detective series continues the adventures of Sherlock Holmes as he adjusts to our current world I found the book wonderfully written The author has a great feel for the personality and intellect of Holmes and it shows in her portrayal of the great detective The character s voice is very distinct and,in my opinion, exceptionally well done She also has a great gift for detail, so much so that I found my mouth watering whenever the characters sat down [...]

    7. This is the second book in Stephanie Osborn s Displaced Detective Series I found it to be one of those books that I had a hard time putting down I liked the way the author handled the mystery as a reader, I had all the information I needed to follow the Great Detective s logic I also liked the character development I had no trouble accepting that Sherlock Holmes would have behaved this way, in the circumstances that this novel presents As soon as I finished this book, I had to start the next in [...]

    8. The Case of the Displaced Detective At Speed by Stephanie Osborn is terrific A well written second book in the series, this episode sees Holmes and Skye meld even closer as they solve the case It is very fast paced, with some prestigious guest stars I was on the edge of my seat until the very end It was terrific to read as Holmes developed into a modern character, while keeping his basic moods and mannerisms Really, just too much fun.

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