What really happened to Latimer and Kemp after they fled London with their helpless prisoner, Sophy Kratides? They might have evaded Sherlock Holmes, but betrayal and tragedy await them in Budapest.
An epilogue to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes story ‘The Greek Interpreter’.
The collection including this story was funded through successful a Kickstarter campaign.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson! The names of the world’s greatest detective and his stalwart friend conjure up images of Victorian London, gaslit streets, hansom cabs, and dense fogs.
But there was more to the story than these heroes. There were the villains who dared to stand against them, carrying out their vile plans and evil schemes.
Who were these sinners, malefactors, and criminals? We only know the barest details, as provided to us from Watson’s pen in the very few sixty stories of the original Sherlockian Canon. Now, with this new volume from Belanger Books, we investigate further – into the lives and deeds and motivations of these Nefarious Villains of Sherlock Holmes.
In these two volumes are twenty four stories examining the best known villains – Professor Moriarty, for instance, and Colonel Moran, and Dr. Grimesby Roylott – and some others who might not be quite as famous, but who were just as vexing to the Detective and Doctor … names like Culverton Smith, Baron Maupertuis, and Abe Slaney.
Discover their histories and find out the events behind the stories that you think you know. Settle back for an exceptional Holmes anthology, and a walk along the Dark Side of the Canon….