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After the Fact: The Art of Historical Detection Vol 1 October 6, , McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Langua Paperback in English - 4 edition. Get this from a library! The art of detection. [Laurie R King] -- San Francisco detective Kate Martinelli receives a lesson in detection from the master sleuth himself when she investigates the murder of a Sherlock Holmes aficionado, who may have been killed for a.
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About The Art of Detection. In this thrilling new crime novel that ingeniously bridges Laurie R. King’s Edgar and Creasey Awards—winning Kate Martinelli series and her bestselling series starring Mary Russell, San Francisco homicide detective Kate Martinelli crosses paths with Sherlock Holmes–in a spellbinding dual mystery that could come only from the “intelligent, witty, and complex. To celebrate the 15th anniversary of gay marriage in San Francisco, the Holmes story “The Marriage of Billie Birdsong” is free to download, until March Click here for the PDF. Winner of the Lambda Award In this thrilling crime novel, which ingeniously bridges Laurie R. King’s Edgar- and Creasey Award winning Kate Martinelli series [ ].
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Art of Detection would not qualify as a romance - the mystery is the main focus, but seeing how Kate's life has grown through the years to include a larger circle of people, including her lover, daughter, friends and extended family/5().
The Art of Detection is billed as the coming together of the Martinelli series with the Russell/Holmes series; Martinelli is assigned to solve the murder of a Holmes fanatic who has apparently discovered a new Holmes story, written in the first person (and for fans of the Russell series, clearly taking place around the time of Locked Rooms)/5.
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Her 15 short stories expertly re-create the style and substance of the /5(). Summary and reviews of The Art of Detection by Laurie King, plus links to a book excerpt from The Art of Detection and author biography of Laurie R. King. The Whole Art of Detection book.
Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Internationally bestselling author Lyndsay Faye was int /5. THE WHOLE ART OF DETECTION Tempe launches her own investigation, which is not so much off the books as against the books.
Heavner isn’t exactly mollified when Tempe, aided by retired police detective Skinny Slidell and a host of experts, puts a name to the dead man. But the hints of other crimes Tempe’s identification uncovers.
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in Journal of Forensic Sciences "Dead Reckoning: The Art of Forensic Detection is an innovative educational tool for forensic scientists.
Jon Nordby's case presentations are as fascinating as they are. The “art of detection” is what Sherlock Holmes called his profession. In John’s new book he channels his inner Sherlock as he searches through Maine’s past and present tracking down historic, unusual and occasionally illusive apple varieties and their stories.
Part travelogue, part mystery and part how-to manual this book will take you. Learn from electronic eavesdropping detection specialist Kevin D. Murray, who leverages over 30 years of experience and detailed research to explain how to control your personal privacy.
The book explains the technology involved in a simple and easy to understand manner. The book is like hiring your own security consultant. "A new Lyndsay Faye book is always noteworthy but for those Sherlockians among us who take our pastiches seriously, The Whole Art of Detection is a special cause for celebration.
Faye's mastery of Watson's narrative voice and skilled plotting are, at this point, to be expected; as is her period research, which manages to be dazzling and /5(K). Buy a cheap copy of The Art of Detection book by Laurie R. King. In this thrilling new crime novel that ingeniously bridges Laurie R.
King’s Edgar and Creasey Awards—winning Kate Martinelli series and her bestselling series Free shipping over $/5(5). The Whole Art of Detection collects the best of her Holmes tales written for the Strand Magazine and other publications, plus two new works.
These fifteen brilliant stories span Holmes’s career, from self-taught young upstart to lauded detective, both before and after his faked death over a Swiss waterfall in Brand: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
The Whole Art of Detection gathers those short stories in one volume and adds two new entries. And, once again, Sherlock Holmes walks right off the page. Many other writers have taken the Sherlock Holmes legend and treated it like taffy to be stretched and twisted and chewed nearly to the point of being unrecognizable.
With Holmes and Watson encountering all manner of ungrateful relatives, phony psychologists, wronged wives, outright villains, and even a peculiar species of deadly red leech, The Whole Art of Detection is a must-read for any fan of historical crime fiction.
The Art of Deduction aims to teach the reader about the techniques and skills used by the legendary fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. Many people are familiar with Holmes, if through nothing else than the endless TV adaptations of the classic Arthur Conan Doyle stories, and the recent film featuring Robert Downey Jnr.
as the detective. After the Fact The Art of Historical Detection Book Summary: For more than twenty-five years, After the Fact has guided students through American history and the methods used to study it. In dramatic episodes that move chronologically through American history, this best-selling book examines a broad variety of topics including oral evidence, photographs, ecological data, films and television.
Apples and the Art of Detection Book by John Bunker, pages, softcover. I’ve been listening to John Bunker talk about apples for as long as I can remember.
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by Lyndsay Faye Mysterious Press (March ) p. ISBN Publisher’s Summary. Internationally bestselling author Lyndsay Faye was introduced to the Sherlock Holmes mysteries when she was ten years old and her dad suggested she read Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s short story “The Adventure of the Speckled Band.”.
There is still no book, university course or quick video to watch in order to learn the Art Of Detection – so I decided to attempt and create something new and crowd-source our knowledge. The writings here are a collection of methods, ideas, concepts and practical solutions to how to detect fraud and general masquerading online.
The Art of Detection - The Art of Detection audiobook, by Laurie R. King When San Francisco detective Kate Martinelli arrives at the murder scene, she discovers that the dead man may have been killed for the century-old manuscript he had recently acquired a manuscript purportedly written by Sherlock Holmes.
Even odder: 3/5.King's first book, A Grave Talent (), received the Edgar Award for Best First Novel and a John Creasey Memorial Award. This was followed by the Nero Award, for A Monstrous Regiment of Women,  the Macavity Award for Best Novel, for Folly,  the Lambda Award for Best Lesbian Mystery, for The Art of Detection.