Larry Millett is the author of twenty books, including seven mystery novels-mostly set in Minnesota-featuring Sherlock Holmes and St. Paul detective Shadwell Rafferty. A longtime reporter and architecture critic for the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Millett is also the author of numerous books on architecture.
"Millett does a superb job of portraying Holmes without the familiar Watsonian narration and creating a creepy setting for his inquiries."-Publishers Weekly "Millett's descriptions are lush and rich, and anyone who likes to craft a good visual in their head will appreciate his attention to detail with the setting. Minnesota is a beautiful place, and the author's descriptions create a written picture that will match any photos you pull up on the Internet or in a book."-The John H Watson Society "A good adventure, told with detailed attention to historical and cultural plausibilities."-Reviewingtheevidence "Millett's knowledge of local history and topographical information makes this as fascinating and plausible as any story set in traditional London."-The District Messenger "I always look forward to a Larry Millett book. I've read every one of them."-Steve Thayer, New York Times bestselling author of The Weatherman "Larry Millett breathes new life into the classic character of Sherlock Holmes in this intriguing, home-grown mystery. Sherlock Holmes and the Eisendorf Enigma is both elegant and entertaining."-Allen Eskens, author of The Life We Bury