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The Baker Street Letters (edition 2011)

by Michael Robertson

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Title:The Baker Street Letters
Authors:Michael Robertson
Info:Minotaur Books (2011), Edition: Reprint, Paperback, 288 pages
Collections:Read but unowned
Rating:***1/2
Tags:Mystery

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fun, easy read; ending VERY clearly sets up for another book (or a whole series)
  GeetuM | Jun 3, 2016 |
fun, easy read; ending VERY clearly sets up for another book (or a whole series) ( )
  GeetuM | Jun 3, 2016 |
Too may characters and way too contrived. I'm a little bit interested in what happens to the brothers but not enough to buy the next book!
  cygnet81 | Jan 17, 2016 |
Too many little things made me annoyed with the text. One character got all the thinking parts, and the others feel pretty wooden. I like the premise, but it seems to be venturing far from its roots with little foundation to stand on--I didn't know I was getting into a political SoCal enviro-commentary (well, not really, but would've been more interesting if more in depth with that topic). The villain was a surprise, but I just wasn't getting excited about Reggie's thought process. Although his humor was pretty funny. ( )
  MargaretPinardAuthor | May 23, 2015 |
Excellent debut novel. Has that "British quality"-- reserved characters, proper and all, with wry senses of humor and irony, well mannered, polite and quite bemused by American culture, but not in a negative way.

Pace was taut, the plot moved swiftly through the myriad characters, but all were so distinct as to not become jumbled in this reader's mind. Left the door open to a sequel, which I understand will happen. (has happened?) ( )
  ChrisNorbury | Apr 17, 2014 |
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First in a spectacular new series about two brother lawyers who lease offices on London’s Baker Street--and begin receiving mail addressed to Sherlock Holmes

In Los Angeles, a geological surveyor maps out a proposed subway route--and then goes missing. His eight-year-old daughter, in her desperation, turns to the one person she thinks might help--she writes a letter to Sherlock Holmes.

That letter creates an uproar at 221b Baker Street, which now houses the law offices of attorney and man about town Reggie Heath and his hapless brother, Nigel. Instead of filing the letter like he’s supposed to, Nigel decides to investigate. Soon he’s flying off to Los Angeles, inconsiderately leaving a very dead body on the floor in his office. Big brother Reggie follows Nigel to California, as does Reggie’s sometime lover, Laura---a quick-witted stage actress who’s captured the hearts of both brothers.

When Nigel is arrested, Reggie must use all his wits to solve a case that Sherlock Holmes would have savored and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle fans will adore.

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