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In the dining room of New York’s Algonquin Hotel, Harold White has just become the newest member of The Baker Street Irregulars; an elite Sherlockian society that he has labored to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Pamela Barrett
this is a good book for Sherlock Holmes fans. I highly recommended this story. I liked it very much. wahooPublished 1 month ago by Todd Crane
Really enjoyed it. Couldn't out it down. Oftentimes these sort of books aren't well written or disappoint but this remained good throughout.Published 1 month ago by steve schulson
1893: Arthur kills off Sherlock because he just can't take writing about him anymore! Much to the chagrin of the entire world... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shuffy2
It did move along pretty good and offered some fun insight to Doyle and what he thought of his creation. Also liked the inclusion of B. Stoker as a contemporary. Read morePublished 3 months ago by T. Tyler
I liked the stories and the partial historical fiction. The book arrived in very good condition. I have no complaints.Published 4 months ago by Faye Trilling
Slow start but I enjoyed it! It was definitely worth reading. I've never read a single Sherlock Holmes book and I still connected with it.Published 5 months ago by CJ
I love Sherlock Holmes books, movies, radio and television - anything! This was a really good book, loved the parallel stories and getting some insight into Arthur Conan Doyle, who... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Diane C.
It was slow reading, though the split in time with the chapters was an interesting idea. It was too simple and slow for
the intelligent mystery reader and Holmes follower.