The Children of Sherlock Holmes

Author : Dr. Ben F. Eller
Paperback : 264 pages
Imprint : PENDIUM
Language : English
ISBN : 978-0-9816883-0-5

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Set against the backdrop of 1890’s England -their nation’s scholars produced literature, art and music to the wonderment of humankind as twenty thousand abandoned, homeless children roamed their nation’s capitol. 10,000 more toiled fourteen-hour days in wretched factories. Seven hundred of one thousand poor children died before the age of five.

In such an unjust society Holmes confronts the exploitation, enslavement and murder of children in an underworld of perverse corruption that extends from unimaginable working conditions in factories to flesh merchants of the Middle East to the highets levels of English government.

Ben currently resides in Cullowhee, North Carolina. His professional career has been primarily in academe . . . Associate Professor of Psychology, East Tennessee State University and Professor/Program Chair (Professor Emeritus), Educational Technology, University of Alabama. He earned a Bachelor's in Mathematics from Milligan College and an MS and doctorate in Educational Psychology from the University of Tennessee. He worked with the Atomic Energy Commission in Oak Ridge, Tennessee as a computer applications analyst while attending graduate school.