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Murder in Baker Street: New Tales of Sherlock Holmes
by Martin H. Greenberg (Editor), Jon L. Lellenberg (Editor & Contributor), Daniel Stashower (Editor & Introduction)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786710748, Paperback)
Ingeniously contrived and shrewdly executed by some of the finest talents at work in crime fiction today—Anne Perry, Loren Estleman, Gillian Linscott, Edward D. Hoch, Peter Tremayne, Stuart Kaminsky, Jon L. Breen, Bill Crider, Howard Engel, Carolyn Wheat, and L. B. Greenwood—the eleven stories in this premier volume celebrate the keen mind and singular manners of the Great Detective. "This collection is of the highest order and should be required for every Sherlockian shelf."—Minneapolis Star Tribune "A worthier gift for any mystery aficionado cannot be imagined."—Chicago Sun-Times "Uniformly faithful to the spirit of Doyle's creation."—Publisher's Weekly
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"More than a century has passed since Arthur Conan Doyle introduced Sherlock Holmes to the reading public, but no literary detective has yet to match the Great Detective in popularity and to command the esteem of such legions of fans - not least among them the mystery writers who pay tribute to him in this collection. Ingeniously contrived and shrewdly executed, their tales revisit the comfortable clutter of the rooms of 221B Baker Street where Holmes in an old silk dressing gown, his gaze piercing and his fingers stained with chemicals or ink, again peruses a telling trifle or perhaps takes up his violin."--BOOK JACKET.
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