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Compound a Felony: A Queer Affair of Sherlock Holmes by Elinor Gray

Compound a Felony: The Queer Affair of Sherlock Holmes

Consulting detective Sherlock Holmes is a veritable whirlwind of intellect and perception, tearing through the fog of intrigue and criminal activity with tremendous force. But behind the locked sitting room door at 221B Baker Street, his biographer and intimate companion, ex-army doctor John Watson, holds the reins.

Elinor Gray is re-imagining the best-loved, essential classics of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle through an erotic lens of domination and submission. As longtime fans have often identified, Holmes and Watson share an undeniable chemistry. Compound a Felony: A Queer Affair of Sherlock Holmes sheds light on their potential relationship, from wild passion to absolute control.

Devoted fans of the Sherlock Holmes canon and newcomers alike will find unbound levels of secrecy, suspense, pain, and reward.

This book is intended for mature audiences.

Praise for Compound a Felony:

“…the most achingly erotic novel I have ever read.” —Goodreads reviewer

“There are few authors I would trust as implicitly with a D/S relationship in fiction as Elinor Gray.” —On Wednesdays We Wear Capes

“It’s all so lovingly set down that my toes were almost constantly curling, either over how damn hot it was, or over how the emotions made my heart feel ready to explode out of my chest. … Compound a Felony might be my favorite book this year.” —Goodreads reviewer

Compound a Felony by @elinorgray turned out to be a goddamned dance on the very edge between obscene and pure beauty. Quite impressive.” —Twitter, @jankathecat

“Beautifully written, accurate to a T, and erotic as all-get-out. Applause for Ms. Gray!” —Amazon reviewer


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Elinor Gray

Elinor started writing fan fiction in 2002 and Sherlock Holmes pastiche in 2010. She has a B.A. in Anthropology from Haverford College and is currently working on a M.A. in Human Geography from Queen Mary, University of London.

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