Moriarty Returns a Letter: A Baker Street Mystery

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Macmillan, Jan 28, 2014 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Michael Robertson has delighted mystery readers and Sherlock Holmes aficionados everywhere with his charming and innovative Baker Street mystery series, where brothers Reggie and Nigel Heath are charged with answering letters to Holmes that arrive at their law office, located at 221B Baker Street. Now, Reggie and Nigel are back in a case that would confound even Sherlock himself. An exhibition of vintage Sherlock Holmes letters has opened at the Marylebone Hotel. As Reggie and his beloved Laura embark on a pre-wedding trip, someone from Reggie and Nigel's past—someone whom they thought was long gone—reappears, causing a whole slew of new problems for the brothers. Written with Robertson's characteristic charm, Moriarty Returns a Letter is a standout mystery in a much-loved series, perfect for fans of the smash hit television shows "Sherlock" and "Elementary."

 

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MORIARTY RETURNS A LETTER

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

More trouble for the Sherlock Holmes letters and the curators who love them not wisely but too well.A century and more ago, a brave undercover Pinkerton operative pretended to be professor Moriarty in ... Read full review

Moriarty Returns a Letter: A Baker Street Mystery

User Review  - Teresa L. Jacobsen - Book Verdict

Present-day brothers Reggie and Nigel answer Sherlock Holmes-related correspondence since their law practice is at 221 Baker Street. This time, a case transcends reality and puts the brothers in danger. Sherlockians will grab this fourth entry (after The Baker Street Translation). 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, and The Baker Street Translation. He lives in San Clemente, California.

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