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I throughly enjoyed the book. Well written in the Conan Doyle style. Two stories, two time lines. I look forward to another Sherlockian story from this author.Published 3 days ago by Rick Conley
Being a collector, I get anything "Sherlockian." This isn't bad for a knockoff.Published 3 days ago by Justin Fisher
It was a slow read at the very beginning, but I stuck it out, and I'm so very glad I did. For a virgin published author Moore does a spectacular job. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amanda & Kody Davis
A fun balance of two interwoven story lines: one in the present, the other in the (fictional) past.Published 5 days ago by LeeC-G
An interesting combination of stories involved 2 men a century apart, Arthur Conan Doyle, and a modern Sherlock Holmes devotee. Well done.Published 7 days ago by new york john
Excellent story and creative plot line for the general reader and Sherlockians alike. It's a fun ride!Published 15 days ago by Raymond J. Kopcinski, Sr.
Quite fun! I enjoyed the back and forth in time and story lines , it was done clearly and neatly. I would enjoy
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Easily one of the best books that I've read in years. It really lingers with me. Every odd chapter in the book is about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (working with Bram Stoker as his... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Andrew Seawell
“The Sherlockian” is not just gripping—it’s double gripping since it tells two stories in tandem and both absorbing. Read morePublished 23 days ago by James M. Silverthorn