|Trim Size / Pages||9.3 x 6.3 in / 304|
The novel that reintroduced the Napoleon of crime to the Victorian underworld—now back in print after almost forty years.
Once again, the game is afoot . . . What really happened in Switzerland between Moriarty and Sherlock Holmes in 1891? And why is Holmes, now in London at 221B Baker Street, curiously uncooperative with Scotland Yard’s inquiries? Furthermore, why has Moriarty planned a grand meeting with the international crime syndicate? These are the questions that make up the larger mystery of the sinister Professor Moriarty’s return.
Thriller writer John Gardner (1926-2007) had fifty-five books to his credit when he passed away, many of them bestsellers, which include his trilogy of James Moriarty novels.
“A tale to make The Godfather seem tame.” Charleston Evening Post
“Moriarty holds sway with all the ruthless guile, power, and pomp you’d expect from a gaslight era godfather.” Los Angeles Times
“An excellent tale of the dark side of London during the time of Sherlock Holmes.” New York Herald Tribune
“Superb.” St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“Brilliant. Gardner may prove to be the author who finally equals Conan Doyle.” The Omaha Metro