The Baker Street Translation: A Mystery

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Macmillan, Apr 2, 2013 - Fiction - 278 pages
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In Michael Robertson's The Baker Street Translation, Reggie and Nigel Heath—brothers who lease law offices at 221B Baker Street in London, England and answer mail addressed to the location's most famous resident, Sherlock Holmes—find themselves pulled once again into a case straight out of Arthur Conan Doyle. An elderly American heiress wants to leave her entire fortune to Sherlock Holmes. A translator wants Sherlock Holmes to explain a nursery rhyme. And Robert Buxton—Reggie's rival for the love of actress Laura Rankin—has gone missing. Reggie must suss all these things out before an upcoming British royal event. If he doesn't, something very bad will happen to everyone at that event—and to Laura. Fast-paced, exciting, and clever, this is the perfect mystery for aficionados of the current craze for all things Sherlockian.


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Reggie Heath, a barrister who now occupies the building where 221B Baker Street would have been located had it ever existed, finds himself the caretaker of all the letters that get written each year ... Read full review

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Light, fun read. Heath brothers rent office space for their law practice at 221 Baker Street and to get a reduced rate they've agreed to take care of the Sherlock Holmes letters that arrive at that ... Read full review

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MICHAEL ROBERTSON works for a large company with branches in the United States and England. He is the author of three previous books in this series,The Baker Street Letters, The Brothers of Baker Street, andThe Baker Street Translation. He lives in San Clemente, California.

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