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The sign of nine /

by Denning, G. S. (Gabriel) [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Denning, G. S. Warlock Holmes: 4.Publisher: London : Titan Books, 2019.Edition: First edition.Description: 432 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9781785659362; 1785659367.Subject(s): Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930 -- Adaptations | Watson, John H. (Fictitious character) -- Fiction | Demonology -- Fiction | Warlocks -- Fiction | Great Britain -- History -- Victoria, 1837-1901 -- Fiction | Detective and mystery fiction | Fiction | Detective and mystery fiction | Paranormal fiction | Short storiesSummary: "Warlock Holmes may have demons in his head, but now Dr. John Watson has a mummy in his bloodstream. Specifically that of the sorcerer Xantharaxes, who, when shredded and dissolved in a seven-percent solution, produces some extremely odd but useful prophetic dreams. There's also the small matter of Watson falling for yet another damsel-du-jour, and Warlock deciding that his companion needs some domestic bliss..."--Provided by publisher.
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"If you ever wondered how much better Sherlock would be if people could hurl hellfire at each other, well this one is for you." Starburst Magazine on A Study in Brimstone <br> <br> Warlock Holmes may have demons in his head, but now Dr. John Watson has a mummy in his bloodstream. Specifically that of the sorcerer Xantharaxes, who when shredded and dissolved in an 8% solution, results in some extremely odd but useful prophetic dreams. There's also the small matter of Watson falling for yet another damsel-du-jour, and Warlock deciding that his companion needs some domestic bliss...

"Warlock Holmes may have demons in his head, but now Dr. John Watson has a mummy in his bloodstream. Specifically that of the sorcerer Xantharaxes, who, when shredded and dissolved in a seven-percent solution, produces some extremely odd but useful prophetic dreams. There's also the small matter of Watson falling for yet another damsel-du-jour, and Warlock deciding that his companion needs some domestic bliss..."--Provided by publisher.

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