The Execution of Sherlock Holmes

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Pegasus Books, 2007 - Fiction - 351 pages
19 Reviews
"Creepy atmospherics and unpredictable plot twists."-Publishers Weekly "Sherlockians old and new should relish Thomas' wit and elegance."-Booklist "Dedicated Sherlockians will appreciate the novelty of the great detective's incursion into real-life crimes."-Kirkus Reviews Crossing historical fact with detective fiction, the cache of the celebrated detective's private papers is once again opened, bringing Holmes and Watson out of retirement to investigate the most notorious mysteries in the annals of true crime.
  

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Review: The Execution of Sherlock Holmes: And Other New Adventures of the Great Detective (Sherlock Holmes #3)

User Review  - VaultOfBooks - Goodreads

By Donald Thomas. Grade B+. This is my first from the famous Donald Thomas series on Sherlock Holmes, and may I say that he has done a wonderful job in capturing the essence of the original Conan ... Read full review

Review: The Execution of Sherlock Holmes: And Other New Adventures of the Great Detective (Sherlock Holmes #3)

User Review  - Rohit - Goodreads

Having completed the entire Sherlock Holmes collection, I picked this book up out of mere curiosity. "Lets see how Mr. Thomas can carry on the legacy". And the result - disappointing. The difference ... Read full review

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Contents

Acknowledgments
1
THE EXECUTION OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
5
THE CASE OF THE GREEK KEY
95
THE CASE OF THE PEASENHALL MURDER
167
THE CASE OF THE PHANTOM CHAMBERMAID
231
THE QUEEN OF THE NIGHT
287
Notes
349
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About the author (2007)

Donald Thomas is the more than twenty books, among them The Secret Cases of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes and the Voice from the Crypt. He has also written a number of true crime histories, including An Underworld at War; The Victorian Underworld; and Villains' Paradise: A History of Britain's Post-War Underworld. He lives in Bath.

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