The Man from Hell

The Man from Hell Review

In 1886, wealthy philathropist Lord Backwater is found beaten to death on the grounds of his estate. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson must unravel the mystery by pitting their wits against a ruthless new enemy, taking them across the globe in search of the killer.

By turns both thrilling and daring, The Man From Hell braves dark new territories in the Holmes mythology and is an invaluable addition to the library of any Holmes fan.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s timeless creation returns in a new series of handsomely designed detective stories. From the earliest days of Holmes’ career to his astonishing encounters with Martian invaders, the Further Adventures series encapsulates the most varied and thrilling cases of the worlds’ greatest detective.

Title:The Man from Hell
Edition Language:English

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  • J.K. Grice

    A very good Holmes adventure! Barrie Roberts really captures the voice of Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle....

  • Fred Hughes

    Another book in the ever expanding Holmes genre.As usual something that happens in the past comes back to bite someone who has evolved out of the situation.Holmes to the rescueGood read...

  • 4cats

    Nice Holmes pastiche, reads well and good afternoon read. My only complaint I worked out very quickly who was at the heart of the crime, my deductive talents must be improving!...

  • Paul Pensom

    Despite being hamstrung by a dreadful comic-book style cover design this was an enjoyable read. The Watsonian voice rings true, as does a lengthy testimony by way of exposition. The story relies a tou...

  • Arlomisty

    Another Great sherlock holmes mystery books! I really enjoy this further adventures series written by various authors. This one was well done! ...

  • Carl

    As the ‘Further Adventures of Sherlock Homes’ series goes, this is one of the best! “The Man from Hell” is an excellent Holmes pastiche – it starts strong and finishes strong without being t...

  • Richard Pett

    Reads like a Conan-Doyle original, great!...

  • Phil Howard

    As the Further Adventures of Sherlock Homes series goes, this is a good one. Liked the story of two boys grown into men while in the British transportation prison system. ...

  • Libby

    There were times as I read this book when I honestly thought, "have I read this book before?" It matches Doyle's style so well, I could have mistaken it for an original Sherlock adventure. Would defin...

  • Jonathan

    As a massive Sherlock Holmes fan I always enter into reading a parody with a certain amount of trepidation. It seems when it comes to Sherlock parodies few are written well. This novel, more of a shor...