The year is 1868 and fourteen-year-old Sherlock Holmes faces his most baffling mystery yet. Mycroft, his older brother, has been found with a knife in his hand, locked in a room with a corpse. Only Sherlock believes that his brother is innocent. But can he prove it?
In a chase that will take him to Moscow and back, Sherlock must discover who has framed Mycroft and why . . . before Mycroft swings at the gallows. Young Sherlock is honing his skills of observation but this story is adventure and action packed.
Told in free verse from diverse points of view, this fictional account of the Titanic voyage is based on the experiences of real passengers aboard the ill-fated ship. Among those who have a voice in this tale are a millionaire, a new American immigrant, the captain, the rats aboard the ship, and even the iceberg involved in the disaster. This story is a must-read for anyone interested in Titanic history, offering new and fascinating perspectives.