Evil haunts the streets of London? In the spring of 1932, with Londoners terrorized by a series of brutal murders, the private detective agency of Messers. Singleton and Trelawney quietly opens its doors in Bloomsbury. The first person to call on their services is a worried Lady Arthur Conan Doyle. She tells of mysterious events at 221 Baker Street ? and a premonition that the London murders signal terrible danger for mankind. Our intrepid heroes enter into a world of séances and spirits. And as the boundaries between reality and fantasy become increasingly blurred, can the most famous detective of all time help them solve these bloody crimes?? AUTHOR: Born in 1968, Fabrice Bourland has worked extensively in the magazine and publishing world and is a great admirer of Edgar Allen Poe. The Baker Street Phantom is his first fantasy crime novel.