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The Patient’s Eyes

A however 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 cyclist. I really liked this book Sherlock Holmes is my guy so my standards are pretty high Interesting take on Arthur Conan Doyle and his relationship with Doctor Bell the supposed mentor for Sh The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family patient's eyes and the solitary cyclist. I really liked this book Sherlock Holmes is my guy so my standards are Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream pretty high Interesting take on Arthur Conan Doyle and his relationship with Doctor Bell the supposed mentor for Sh

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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 The Patient’s eBook #10003 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. 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 whi

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Edinburgh and the 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 enigm. Sherlock Holmes is rud to be based on Doctor Bell and this story takes us to Arthur Conan Doyle s apprenticeship Watson to Doctor Bell Holmes in a variety of adventures Loosely based on


About the Author: David Pirie

David Pirie was a journalist and film critic before he became a screenwriter Just a few of his numerous credits are the BAFTA nominated adaptation for the The Patient’s eBook ✓ BBC of The Woman in White and his collaboration with Lars Von Trier on the script of the Oscar nominated film Breaking the Waves David Pirie lives in Somerset.



10 thoughts on “The Patient’s Eyes

  1. says:

    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 th

  2. says:

    I have been looking for a series for uite some time now without any luck While 'The Patient's Eyes' is the first in a trilogy rather than a series I'm happy to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and I'm ea

  3. says:

    The Patient's Eyes is the first novel in a series about Arthur Conan Doyle I inadvertently read the third novel The Dark Water first

  4. says:

    I was a little ways into this book when I realized it was in part the basis for an excellent film I viewed last year Dr Bell and Mr DoyleDavid

  5. says:

    Sherlock Holmes is rud to be based on Doctor Bell and this story takes us to Arthur Conan Doyle's apprenticeship Watson to Doctor Bell Holmes in a variety of adventures Loosely based on the classic Holmes books this spin off has good writing and an entertaining story Nothing to compare to the original but an interesting idea

  6. says:

    It might have been a better idea for me to read Sherlock Holmes stories before reading this fictional take on Art

  7. says:

    It's not about Holmes

  8. says:

    I really loved the book The cover already made me curious and the interior is even better Both thumbs up for this masterpiec

  9. says:

    I really liked this book Sherlock Holmes is my guy so my standards are pretty high Interesting take on Arthur Conan Doyle and his relationship with Doctor Bell the supposed mentor for Sherlock Twist at the end cau

  10. says:

    In David Pirie's debut novel we are given his account of how Arthur Conan Doyle meets Dr Joseph Bell who is considered to be Doyle's inspiration for Sherlock Holmes Doyle becomes Bell's clerk at the University of Edinburgh and it is from there fiction takes over Saddled with debts Doyle agrees to work with James Cullingworth a for

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