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While a young medical student at Edinburgh Arthur Conan Doyle famously studied under the remarkable Dr Joseph Bell Taking this as a starting point David Pirie has woven a compelling thriller which partners Bell and Doyle as pioneers in criminal investigation exploring the strange underworld of violence and sexual hypocrisy running below the surface of the Victorian era The Patient's Eyes moves from Edinburgh and the. This epitome of apocryphal Sherlockiana Doyle iana has been reviewed at length by people accomplished and by professionals who know how to award marks as well as how to deduce them while reviewing a work Alas an ignoramus like me can only go ga ga not the Lady of course over something if he likes it otherwise simply forget it and condemn the work and often the author as well to the dungeon This book belongs to the former category I loved it esp the deeply disturbing images with which the novel concludes which may I repeat may explain why Arthur Conan Doyle's sharp analytical mind determinedly ran away from reality and being a 'bleeding knight' himself how he might have sought the refuge of nonsensical stuff I had devoured this novel sometime towards the begining of last month but have started reveiwing the series after completing the entire trilogy If there are still lovers of Sherlock Holmes and detection enthusiasts in general who have not read this book then I would like to recommend them to this book at all haste 2 under the remarkable Dr Joseph Bell Taking this as a starting point David Pirie has woven a compelling thriller which partners Bell and Doyle as pioneers in criminal investigation exploring the strange Managerial Decision Making underworld of violence and sexual hypocrisy running below the surface of the Victorian era The Patient's Eyes moves from Edinburgh and the. This epitome of apocryphal Sherlockiana Doyle iana has been reviewed at length by people accomplished and by professionals who know how to award marks as well as how to deduce them while reviewing a work Alas an ignoramus like me can only go ga ga not the Lady of course over something if he likes it otherwise simply forget it and condemn the work and often the author as well to the dungeon This book belongs to the former category I loved it esp the deeply disturbing images with which the novel concludes which may I repeat may explain why Arthur Conan Doyle's sharp analytical mind determinedly ran away from reality and being a 'bleeding knight' himself how he might have sought the refuge of nonsensical stuff I had devoured this novel sometime towards the begining of last month but have started reveiwing the series after completing the entire trilogy If there are still lovers of Sherlock Holmes and detection enthusiasts in general who have not read this book then I would like to recommend them to this book at all haste

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Strange circumstances surrounding Doyle's meeting with the remarkable Joseph Bell to Southsea where he begins his first medical practice There he is puzzled by the symptoms presented by Heather Grace a sweet young woman whose parents have died tragically several years before Heather has a strange eye complaint but is also upset by visions of a phantom cyclist who vanishes as soon as he is followed This enigma however. It might have been a better idea for me to read Sherlock Holmes stories before reading this fictional take on Arthur Conan Doyle and his supposed inspiration Dr Joseph Bell I've read a handful here and there over the years so I recognized Holmes' famed methodology in Bell but I do wonder if I missed any references due to not being well read I should have read my two complete volumes of Sherlock Holmes stories first but those are packed away in storage and this book was sitting on the shelf in the library beckoning to meRegardless of all that it was an intriguing mystery A little disjointed as far as the flow of the story but pretty solid overall There are two books that follow this one up and I plan on starting on them right away Himig Ng Sinag: MGA Piling Tula upset by visions of a phantom cyclist who vanishes as soon as he is followed This enigma however. It might have been a better idea for me to read Sherlock Holmes stories before reading this fictional take on Arthur Conan Doyle and his supposed inspiration Dr Joseph Bell I've read a handful here and there over the years so I recognized Holmes' famed methodology in Bell but I do wonder if I missed any references due to not being well read I should have read my two complete volumes of Sherlock Holmes stories first but those are packed away in storage and this book was sitting on the shelf in the library beckoning to meRegardless of all that it was an intriguing mystery A little disjointed as far as the flow of the story but pretty solid overall There are two books that follow this one The Test up and I plan on starting on them right away

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Is soon forgotten as Doyle finds himself embroiled in threatening events including the murder of a rich Spanish businessman events that call for the intervention of the eminent Dr Bell But despite coming to Doyle's aid perversely Dr Bell considers the murder of Senor Garcia a rather unimportant diversion from the far sinister matter which has brought him south the matter of the patient's eyes and the solitary cyclis. It's not about Holmes Wait oh it sort of is OK then It's not as Holmsey as you think it's uh Doylinian and BelianI made that up on the fly but it's got Holmes sprinkled in with it Props to the author for taking a different route then the lousy burned crispy pastiche but then again some parts of it were like Sherlock Holmes looped on replay given the new name of Bell cut straight out of the original canon There's a scene with a cyclist pretty much the same as the solitary cyclist in the Holmes books In fact there were many scenes pretty much copy pasted It took away from me being completely shocked and left me with strange sense of deja vu