Two Hundred and Twenty One Baker Streets

Two Hundred and Twenty One Baker Streets

Book - 2014
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This is Sherlock Holmes as you've never seen him before: as an architect in a sleepy Australian town, as a gentleman in seventeenth century Worcestershire, as a precocious school girl in a modern British comprehensive. He's dodging his rent in the squalid rooms of the notorious Chelsea Hotel in '68, and preventing a bloody war between the terrible lords of wizard of a world of fantasy.


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Mar 30, 2019

The reason I'm only giving this 3 stars is that the quality of the stories is rather uneven, IMHO.
Of the 13 stories in this anthology, I really liked "A Woman's Place" best of all. "The Small world of 221B", and "An Innocent Icarus" are the other two contenders. The rest, unfortunately, is filler. That said, the book is worth borrowing, if only for those three stories, which are superbly crafted and clever.


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