Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula : or, The adventure of the sanguinary count

From  Andrea Kalinowski
Author:  John H. Watson
Title:  Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula : or, The adventure of the sanguinary count 
Sherlock Holmes is an enduring character in my literary world. He is a tall, gaunt man, famous for stating “How often have I said to you (Watson) that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?” In Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula or the Adventure of the Sanguinary Count by John H. Watson, M.D. as edited by Loren D. Estleman, Sherlock Holmes is on the trail of that most imfamous vampire, Count Dracula of Transylvania. The Count has decided to relocate his base of operations, little realizing the formidable opponent he will face upon England’s shores. Holmes solicits the assistance of his erstwhile and forever faithful companion, John Watson in fighting this villain. There are some hairy moments when the fate of these two men seems to hang in the balance.

Art masterpiece mysteries. Book 1. Spot the differences.

From  Ginny Pisciotta
Author:  Diane Teitel Rubins
Title:  Art masterpiece mysteries. Book 1. Spot the differences.
This is a spot the differences book with a twist. The pictures are all famous paintings. 25 great works of art are included such as The Dance Class by Edgar Degas, Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci, The Gleaners by Jean-Francois Millet, and Girls at the Piano by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Facts about each painting and its artist are included.  Sharpen your observational skills while building your cultural I.Q. with this fun book.