Sherlock Holmes: The Patchwork Devil by Cavan Scott

It’s a good sign when a book can hold my attention for longer than a half an hour. Scott doesn’t waste details in this book; if something is mentioned, it has meaning. The book opens with the world, especially Europe, celebrating the end of World War I, but Sherlock Holmes and James Watson would soon unearths a horrific secret that the Frankenstein family was seizing on the opportunity of the heavy casualties. Perhaps it was the action that kept my attention as there weren’t very many moments when the investigative duo were standing still. I’m not well-read of Sherlock Holmes, but after reading Sherlock Holmes: The Patchwork Devil by Cavan Scott, I’ll be putting Arthur Conon Doyle on my summer reading list.

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