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S.holmes And The Telephone Murder Myster (Linford Mystery Library) ePub download

by John Hall

  • Author: John Hall
  • ISBN: 1843952068
  • ISBN13: 978-1843952060
  • ePub: 1295 kb | FB2: 1967 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mystery
  • Publisher: Linford Mystery (March 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 320
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 335
  • Format: docx mobi lrf mbr
S.holmes And The Telephone Murder Myster (Linford Mystery Library) ePub download

The room was evidently used as a library of sorts, for though not very large it was lined with books, many in a lamentable state of preservation. A low table held a tray with cups, saucers and light refreshments.

John Hall spent many years in the civil service before becoming a professional writer specialising in crime fiction. March 2004 : UK Paperback. His book Death of a Collector won the Sherlock Magazine's competition for the best new fictional detective. He is also the author of several other Sherlock mysteries. Similar books by other authors.

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holmes And The Telephone Murder Myster (Linford Mystery Library): ISBN 9781843952060 (978-1-84395-206-0) Softcover, Linford Mystery, 2004.

Who will fall victim to the telephone murders next? ‘Sherlock Holmes and the Telephone Murder Mystery’ is a thrilling . John Hall spent many years in the civil service before becoming a professional writer specialising in crime fiction.

Who will fall victim to the telephone murders next? ‘Sherlock Holmes and the Telephone Murder Mystery’ is a thrilling detective novel from bestselling author John Hall. Praise for John Hall: 'A treat for any Holmes fa. - Tom Kasey, best-selling author of 'Trade Off'. His book ‘Death of a Collector’ won the Sherlock magazine’s competition for the best new fictional detective.

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More than a hundred years ago when people travelled by horse and cart and the foggy streets were lit by gaslight, one famous detective was leading the fight against crime

Who is the most famous fictional detective to have roamed the streets of London? Join Wendy as she learns about Sherlock Holmes. Then go to Task and do the activities. More than a hundred years ago when people travelled by horse and cart and the foggy streets were lit by gaslight, one famous detective was leading the fight against crime. It was Victorian London, the time of Sherlock Holmes. The fictional character of Sherlock Holmes has been popular ever since he was created by author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in the late 1800s. Since then, Holmes has appeared in many film. oland Carstairs : Mr Holmes?

Dr John H. Watson welcomed the arrival of the telephone at 221B Baker Street, but Sherlock Holmes felt that the ringing bell might somehow bode no good. Watson set off for a couple of weeks of rest at a manor house in the country. Tragically, one of the guests was found murdered next to the newly installed telephone, thereby interrupting Watson's holiday - and seemingly justifying all Holmes's doubts. There seemed no motive for the murder. Or was there? And who had the murdered man been trying to call on the telephone?
Gann
This pastiche makes for tedious reading. Most of it it is simply detailed and repetitive questioning of suspects. It was putting me to sleep, and after a while, I simply didn't care who did it, as long as it was over with. I can't recommend it.
Breder
Sherlock always manages to unlock the most unsolvable crimes. This time it appeared that he wouldn't succeed, but his great powers of observation and deductive reasoning led to to the solution of a very mysterious case.
Funny duck
My wife has now bought 2 books by John Hall, and believes his writing to be excellent, and follows closely to how Conan Doyle wrote his S.H. novels, and said that she will buy more. I have never known her to devour books so quickly, a real testament to the writers skill.
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Kirimath
As usual a very interesting story line, Very enjoyable and light. Great reading for a rainy Saturday.
Galanjov
This is a decent pastiche but it drags in several spots. Dr. Watson is the protagonist for the first third of the story, then he contacts his friend Sherlock when somebody is murdered.
As I said, this story drags a bit. There are enough bright spots in the story to make it a pleasing reading experience. It almost feels like it was added-to to bring the book up to a given length: a Novella that was forced to become a Novel.
Still, it's pleasant enough to read and interesting enough to stay with to the end.
GODMAX
Kindle Unlimited One of several Sherlock Holmes stories by an assorted group of authors, wanted to go through them all. Liked it, just didn't love it, sort of the right style and all but....
A pretty good pastiche of Holmes' and Watson's characters, but very very wordy, with incredibly redundant detail. It is good reading for cases of insomnia, but if you like a lot of stiff upper lip conversation, then you will enjoy this book. No disregard intended on the talent of the writer, but it just took forever to come to closure. If you are expecting Hound of the Baskervilles, you are really getting Driving Miss Daisy.
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