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I have never read a single Sherlock Holmes novel, but Michael Chabon apparently has. This novella is an homage to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous gumshoe. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Patti
Title seems an overblown attempt to link the Holocaust and the Sherlock Holmes tradition. Nice old man and bird points of view but book seems a bit trite, lacks character depth. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lilly, Avid Reader
A wrenching tale of a horror beyond the ken of the great detective. As another reviewer noted it is a somewhat laborious read, but well worth it.Published 3 months ago by Stan Mark Kaplan
This is more of an exercise for the author, it would seem, and not meant to be enjoyed by a reader born after 1925. Read morePublished 5 months ago by K man
Skillfully written. Like much of Chabon's work it is enjoyable from start to finish.Published 6 months ago by James Heller
An amazing alternate history by a fabulous writer. The place he invented still echoes in my mind.Published 7 months ago by Jo Rittenhouse
This is not a typical mystery whodunnit - this is much better.
Truth is, you don't even need to read this book to guess what the underlying mystery is all about: the... Read more