#Review: Sherlock Holmes - The Sign of Seven edited by Martin Rosenstock @m_rosenstock @jmarybradley @TitanBooks #SherlockHolmesTheSignOfSeven #SherlockHolmes
Book length - 528 pages
Publisher - Titan Books
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I want to thank Julia from titanbooks.com for providing me with a copy of this book for review,
ABOUT THIS BOOK
A stunning collection of seven brand-new novellas featuring the redoubtable Sherlock Holmes and his chronicler Dr John Watson.
A wonderful collection of eclectic and fascinating mysteries with all the magic and mayhem of Holmes and Watson, THE SIGN OF SEVEN is a must-read for even the most critical of Sherlock Holmes fans.
When I picked up this book I hoped for some good short stories where I could lose myself in the mystery for a while but what I got was so much more. While these stories are not full-length novels, they feel like they are - the settings, character development, and mischief involved were all excellently depicted and I never felt like the plot was rushed to make it shorter than your usual novel.
I enjoyed all seven of these stories but I have to say that The Adventure of the Heroic Tobacconist by Derrick Belanger was one of my favourites as it contained all of the elements needed to make it an excellent mystery.
SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE SIGN OF SEVEN is the perfect collection for historical mystery fans and Holmes fans alike and I highly recommend it as it is definitely a book that I will re-read again and again.
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