(PRWEB) March 4, 2005
ÂThis book was by far the most fun to write,Â said Fullenkamp. ÂI knew the story I wanted to tell, and the characters in the tale are so colorful that it made writing the book feel more like play than work.Â
Fullenkamp has re-imagined the detective characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle while adding adventure and romance elements to the mystery core of the classic books. In each of his books, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are sent on daring adventures unlike anything they have ever experienced before.
ÂHolmes purists of today might very well despise this book because of its fork off of the ÂDoyleÂ beaten path,Â said William Fox, a reviewer from Los Angeles. ÂI believe that is what will make thousands more love it. It's a Holmes and Watson who people can relate to, and believe existed! ... Sherlock Holmes has gone from a living calculator to an actual human with emotions and an occasional humor to him.Â
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About Luke Steven Fullenkamp
The middle of thirteen children, Fullenkamp grew up swapping jokes and stories with his brothers and sisters. He currently lives the simple life with his wife and two sons in Ohio. His fourth book, an original time-travel novel titled ÂThe Pendulum ProjectÂ is available through http://www.authorhouse.com.