The Vanishing Man (novel)

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The Vanishing Man was the fifteenth novel in Titan Publishing Group's Sherlock Holmes series. Written by Philip Purser-Hallard, it made use of Gideon Beech from the seventh Time Hunter novel Peculiar Lives, also written by Purser-Hallard. The Vanishing Man was Purser-Hallard's first novel in the Sherlock Holmes range, with his second being released in October 2020.

The Vanishing Man was published on 19 January 2019.

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A Mysterious Disappearance...

It is 1896, and Sherlock Holmes is investigating a self-proclaimed psychic who disappeared from a locked room, in front of several witnesses.

While attempting to prove the existence of telekinesis to a scientific society, an alleged psychic, Kellway, vanished before their eyes during the experiment. With a large reward at stake, Holmes is convinced Kellway is a charlatan – or he would be, if he had returned to claim his prize. As Holmes and Watson investigate, the case only grows stranger, and they must contend with an interfering "occult detective" and an increasingly deranged cult. But when one of the society members is found dead, events take a far more sinister turn...

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