29 Sep 2018
Who knew you could be subcontracted out of the Army? Not John. And he's not happy about being forced to work for a shady pharmaceutical company that uses humans as living incubators. All things considered, it's a stroke of luck that the doctor ends up personal physician to Sherlock Holmes, a consulting detective gathering the proof he needs to take down Biopharmaceuticals Limited for good.
That is, if he doesn't get them both killed first.
25 Jan 2013
The good news was, Sherlock was alive. Also, he was technically conscious. Although, to the outside observer, the consulting detective did seem to be asleep.
But John wasn’t an outside observer. In fact, he was about as much of an inside observer as one could be, as he’d actually had occasion to observe Sherlock’s insides a few hours previously.
29 Feb 2012
Moriarty has some ideas about what our heroes are capable of. All of them are wrong.
- Part 1 of Surprising