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review Î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø David Marcum Byears from to including contributions from Geri Schear Paul Gilbert Stuart Douglas Lyn McConchie Phil Growick Seamus Duffy Leslie Coombs Mark Alberstadt GC Rosenuist Iain McLaughlin and Claire Bartlett Andrew Lane Peter K Andersson MX Book of eBook #10003 Matthew J Elliott Jim F. The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Part 3Type of material Hard CoverPublisher MX PublicationsPublication Date October 1st 2015Editor David MarcumReview This book is the third of a series of four Sherlockian anthology volumes from MX Publications and it includes stories set in the period 1896 through 1929 All of the authors have donated their royalties for this publication to the support of Undershaw It includes twenty one short stories and novellas as well as a pair of poemsThe poems are a pair of elegant sonnets by Bonnie MacBird Out of the Fog and The Art of Detection The sonnet form is difficult and the two of these fit both the tongue and the mind In Harbinger of Death a short story by Geri Schear Holmes is asked to help a young lady whose elderly aunt believes she is cursed to die on Friday the thirteenth The Adventure of the Regular Passenger a novella by Paul D Gilbert tells the tale of the peculiar persecution to which John Vincent Harden the well known tobacco millionaire had been subjected as cited in The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist The Perfect Spy a novella by Stuart Douglas tells of murder and Boer spies in a world where unsuitable suitors and heiresses may not mix A Mistress Missing is a short story by Lyn McConchie that tells of an odd client who asks Holmes to find a missing lady and then pays him in kind Two Plus Two is a short story by Phil Growick that has Holmes exploring homonyms and their odd occurrences The Adventure of the Coptic Patriarch is a novella by Seamus Duffy that tells an Untold Tale cited in The Adventure of the Retired Colourman In The Royal Arsenal Affair a short story by Leslie F E Coombs Holmes is asked by brother Mycroft to investigate the theft of an unspecified apparatus from Woolwich Royal Arsenal The Adventure of the Sunken Parsley a short story by Mark Alberstat tells an Untold Tale cited in The Adventure of the Six Napoleons The author assures me that this is entirely different than an earlier story on the same subject published in The Hounds Collection 01 In the haunting The Strange Case of the Violin Savant a short story by G C Rosenuist Holmes meets a child prodigy violinist with communication problemsIn the short story The Hopkins Brothers Affair by Iain McLaughlin and Clair Bartlett Holmes is asked to find a missing ship by its captain s brother In The Disembodied Assassin a short story by Andrew Lane Holmes is asked by Mycroft to solve a classic locked room mystery which he does like clockwork In The Adventure of the Dark Tower a short story by Peter K Andersson Watson comes across an historical mystery that seems to lap over into the present day The Adventure of the Reluctant Corpse a short story by Matthew J Elliott presents Holmes and Watson with a living man Watson previously declared dead Later his corpse shows up again and the real mystery begins The Inspector of Graves is a script of a radio episode written by Jim French that was first broadcast July 16th 2006 It recounts a grave robbery that never happened The Parson s Son is a short story by Bob Byrne It recounts the preliminary investigations by Holmes of the Edalji case which led him to ask Watson to bring it to Doyle s attention The Adventure of the Botanist s Glove is a short story by James Lovegrove that presents a most ingenious murder method A Most Diabolical Plot a short story by Tim Symonds tells of a truly complex plan by recently released Sebastian Moran to assassinate Holmes The Opera Thief is a short story by Larry Millet It occurs after Holmes takes Watson to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN for gall bladder surgery and is one of the most tragic tales in this collection Blood Brothers a novella by Kim Krisko presents two sets of brothers whose actions declare which are the wealthier pair The Adventure of the White Bird is another novella this time by C Edward Davis It recounts some of the early aviation efforts to fly the Atlantic for Ortieg s prize that ended with Lindbergh s successful landing in Paris The Adventure of the Avaricious Bookkeeper is a novella by Joel and Carolyn Senter In it Holmes and Watson investigate a puzzle for Mrs Hudson s niece as they meet again in Baker Street in the 20 sThis third volume continues the tradition set by the first two books in the series The twenty three items in this book include only two that I would rate as excellent however it also contains only six I would rate as good The other fourteen are all very good and that gives the entire volume a rating of very good by any standardReviewed by Philip K Jones March 2016

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review The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Part III: 1896 to 1929 ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ ❤ The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Part III: 1896 to 1929 pdf ⚣ Author David Marcum – Part three of a record breaking three Rench Tim Symonds Bob Byrne James Lovegrove Larry Millett Kim Krisco C Edward Davis Joel and Carolyn Senter The authors are donating all the royalties from the collection to preservation MX Book of New Sherlock ePUB #10003 projects at Sir Arthur Conan Doyle s former home Undersha. Great book

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The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Part III 1896 to 1929Book of MOBI #241 Part three of a record breaking three volume collection bringing together over sixty of the world s leading Sherlock Holmes authors All the stories are traditional Sherlock Holmes pastiches This volume covers MX Book of New Sherlock ePUB #10003 the The MX PDFEPU. A variable collection mostly good to excellent but with enough typos textual non seuiturs feeble endings and occasional content repetition to suggest sadly that the role of editor was at best titularSetting that aside plenty of period detail knowing winks to Conan Doyle s oeuvre pace and verve to make the collection as a whole very satisfying I ve already snapped up another volumeMy favourite by some margin is The Adventure of the Dark Tower by Swedish writer and historian PK Andersson up there to my mind with Antony Burgess s Murder To Music Its gnomic ending proves that sometimes just sometimes fanfiction trumps the original I have always been suspicious of scholars Watson They are so certain of themselves that when their worldviews are undermined they turn into the only other workgroup that is as presumptuous priests