First Printing of the stated First Edition. Signed, inscribed and dated by the author: "To Filis and Linda, / With deep appreciation / for ushering in / my writing career. / All the best. / Daniel D. Victor / 15 October 1992." Author¿s first book. In very fine condition; in a very fine dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory #
Synopsis: His retirement interrupted by the assassination of muckraker David Graham Phillips, Sherlock Holmes begins an investigation that leads him from England to New York's Gramercy Park to Washington, D.C.
From Publishers Weekly:
The suspicious death of a crusading American journalist brings Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson out of retirement, across the pond to the Big Apple and into the lives of prominent American citizens. Artfully blending legend, history and spirited invention, Victor chronicles Holmes's investigation of the 1911 murder of muckraking journalist and novelist David Graham Phillips, whose expose of political shenanigans in Washington made powerful enemies for the dandified writer. Phillips was shot six times near Gramercy Park by a fanatic purportedly obsessed with vampiric possession; the assassin then killed himself with the same gun. Technical anomalies (all six shots from the gun entered the victim's body, yet the murderer still had the means to end his own life with a fatal shot) and the undercurrents of political cover-up and demonology contribute to the relish with which Holmes takes on this case. Theodore Roosevelt and William Randolph Hearst are the first interview subjects for a very flustered Watson, who, in Victor's measured prose, details the path Holmes's icy logic cuts through the subterfuge and bluster of the powerful. Victor's debut reveals a welcome "discovery" of yet another "lost" Holmes case.
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Title: The Seventh Bullet
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication Date: 1992
Book Condition: Very Fine
Edition: First Edition
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