Paperback edition of Mitch Cullin's novel to tie in with Bill Condon's film starring Ian McKellen, released 2015
Mitch Cullin is the author of ten books, including the novel Tideland, the film adaptation of which was directed by Terry Gilliam, and the novel-in-verse, Branches. He lives in California's San Gabriel Valley, and as a teenager was featured in USA Today in 1984 as one of the foremost Holmes fans in the world.
* Sherlock Holmes as you've never seen him before Telegraph * Extremely touching Independent * Beautiful ... It's what a novel should be Washington Post * A curious, unusual and wonderful novel Scotsman * Original and surprising Sunday Times * A wise and touching examination of the human condition Los Angeles Times Book Review * Cullin is an unusually sophisticated theorist of human nature ... Beautiful New York Times Book Review * Wonderfully written and heartbreaking San Francisco Chronicle * Quite extraordinary ... Our hero-our eternal hero-has never been more heroic, or more human Village Voice * This is literary crime fiction at its best Good Housekeeping * A meandering, unobtrusively mystical meditation on the oddities of human nature Weekly Telegraph