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Shark Bites is back again, and I've got another awesome author interview to share with you! This week I bring you Timothy Miller, and his debut novel, The Strange Case of Eliza Doolittle! We discuss his inspiration, questionable life choices (chasing a man who had a gun through Nawlins for example), life in Milan helping him create art, his lifetime of travels and interesting things he's seen, and what's next! Plus a shark fact (I hope it's a new one) and a preview of what's coming up for Shark Bites in the future!
Pick up the book from your preferred retailer here: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Strange-Case-of-Eliza-Doolittle/Timothy-Miller/9781645060215
Synopsis: "London is in flux. The clop of the hansom cab has given way to the madness of the motorcar. And Sherlock Holmes, safe in the bee-loud glades of the Sussex downs, is lured back to London when a problem is posed to him by Dr. Watson and Watson’s friend, Col. Higgins. Is the transformation of Eliza Doolittle from girl of the streets to duchess more than it seems? Is it really the work of Henry Higgins’s phonetics lessons or has another girl been substituted for her, and why? Has the original girl been murdered? Even Eliza’s father can’t say for sure.
Posing as a rich American gangster, Holmes infiltrates the Higgins household. He meets Freddy, a seemingly ubiquitous suitor, and the mysterious Baron Von Stettin, Bavarian attaché. He brushes up against a doctor whose potions can turn Eliza from a spitfire into a kitten. And he faces a deadly enemy who had been thought dead for twenty years. The world of Sherlock Holmes will never be the same."
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