The audiobook version of The Magnificent Madness of Tessa Wiggins is out a month before the hardcover and Kindle releases. The first reviews are in and looking good. Here's what one person said (below):
"A really good story!
This book is a sequel to [book:The Celtic Phoenix: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure: Introducing Tessa Wiggins the Irregular Detective|58198156] and it's set eight months after its end. Tessa is living with the consequences of what transpired then, guilt-ridden by Maeve's death and trying to get ready to be a priestess when Sherlock Holmes asks for her help and from there the story unleashes. I really liked the way in which Tessa's mythical story it's entwined with Holmes' case and with his past . The mystery is really interesting and well done, and bringing back an old enemy was such a good idea! The story is really worth your time."