A new Sherlock Holmes adventure, a Christmas cozy, and a 1950s British beach town murder = this week’s Thriller Thursday.
THE ADVENTURE OF THE PECULIAR PROTOCOLS: Adapted from the Journals of John H. Watson, M.D. by Nicholas Meyer
“Meyer cleverly plays with his audience’s expectations, noting at the outset that the case was one of Holmes’s rare failures. Sherlockians will hope for a shorter wait for his next pastiche.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
“Holmes enthusiasts will relish this well-crafted novel.”–Library Journal, starred review
OWL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS: A Meg Langslow Mystery by Donna Andrews
“Andrews reinforces her place at the top of the cozy subgenre.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
THE MAN THAT GOT AWAY: A Constable Twitten Mystery by Lynne Truss
“The precise wordplay and convoluted crime plot of this 1950s British blackish comedy will please fans and attract more readers to the series.”–Library Journal