The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes

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Severn House, 2010 - Fiction - 183 pages
13 Reviews

The original super-sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, is back on the case - When James Wilson retires from journalism, he decides to settle down in Herefordshire with a room-mate, a Mr Cedric Coombes, and at first thinks little of his new friendís eccentric behaviour. But he canít shake the feeling that he knows him from somewhere else. As Coombes displays his magnificent deductive prowess, and becomes embroiled in the police investigation of the apparent murder of a man in bathtub, Wilson, or should we say Watson, begins to wonder just who this Coombes really is . . .

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Review: The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes

User Review  - Calvin - Goodreads

As Sherlock Holmes tales go, not a strong one. The writing was hackneyed and although I might agree somewhat the political rant at the end was pointless. Read full review

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User Review  - Rena Sherwood - Goodreads

This was fabulous. I wish I wrote it. Grant has a very accurate concept of Doyle's voice. I thought the political commentary was handled very well and that Holmes reacted as the Holmes we all know and love. Holmes' resurrection is well handled. My favorite bit is about Holmes' ringtone. Read full review

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