Two Hundred and Twenty-One Baker Streets, An Anthology of Holmesian Tales Across Time and Space

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If you’re a hardcore Sherlockian then you will either love the enthusiasm and creative ideas in this anthology or dislike it with the same passion. Some of these pieces or authors take the global favourites and twist, turn and reinvent them.

Personally I can say some of them spoke to me and others didn’t. However I can appreciate both the idea behind the anthology and the abundance of creativity that has gone into it.

The book is edited and introduced by David Thomas Moore and below are the stories featured in the anthology. I have also added the author of the piece and their websites, so readers can have a look at the writers other work.

A Scandal in Bohemia by Jamie Wyman www.jamiewyman.com
Black Alice by Kelly Hale kellyhale.blogspot.com
The Adventure of the Speckled Bandana by J.E. Cohen julie-cohen.com
The Rich Man’s Hand Joan De La Haye joandelahaye.com
The Lantern Men by Kaaron Warren kaaronwarren.wordpress.com
A Woman’s Place by Emma Newman enewman.co.uk
A Study in Scarborough by Guy Adams guyadamsauthor.com
The Small World of 221B by Ian Edginton
The Final Conjuration by Adrian Tchaikovsky shadowsoftheapt.com
The Innocent Icarus by James Lovegrove jameslovegrove.com
Half There/All There by Glen Mehn glen.mehn.net
All the Single Ladies Gini Koch ginikoch.com
The Patchwork Killer by Kasey Lansdale
Parallels by Jenni Hill

Prepare to be surprised, creeped out, shocked and to have a few laughs. I really enjoyed the way one author put the helpful little old loyal Hudson right smack bang in the middle in a new role.
I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley.

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