Wednesday, July 6, 2011
The Framing of Dorian Gray--Barry Lowe
After visiting several locations the errant nephew is found and rescued from the famous fictional gentleman named in the title. The erotic content of the story amounts to a lot of suggestion throughout and a fairly explicit rape scene that I could have done without. Holmes' sexuality is left somewhat ambiguous although H/W is pretty much ruled out.
The story has a few amusing moments, but the language seem rather anachronistic and there are some formatting issues. I would consider this story a curiosity at best. Holmes doesn't do anything terribly impressive as a detective and the story doesn't really go anywhere that I would consider interesting.
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