The Continued Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Samuel Ingraldi

The Continued Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

By Samuel Ingraldi

  • Release Date: 2012-01-25
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 3.5
3.5
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Description

"My friend Holmes was not in the habit of coming to my home. Indeed, it was seldom that I myself stayed there. So I was considerably surprised when he did now, knowing that he was involved in a case with rather high royalty. But the look on his face completely shocked me, for had I not known him better, I would have said he was both afraid and baffled. He walked abruptly past me, seemingly without noticing me, and fell into a chair."

Find out what happens next as you join Watson and Holmes in this new adventure that is true to the Conan Doyle style. If you are a fan of Sherlock Holmes, you'll want to add this to your collection. You will enjoy this story.

Reviews

  • Very well written

    4
    By Axle5893
    This was actually quite well written. Though another 50 pages would have done it wonders, it gave enough for it to settle in as a pretty nice short story.
  • Bit of a stretch, isn't it?

    2
    By GMCRail
    Holmes knew Moriarty well; M. had even visited Holmes in his (Holmes's) lodgings! Would Holmes (of all people!) have been fooled by a doppelgänger at such close quarters as they were at Reichenbach?
  • Great!

    5
    By Thebanjogirl
    This is a wonderful short story, especially if you enjoy Sherlock Holmes! Very well written.
  • Just not the same...

    2
    By Galactico Supremo
    The tempo, and tone feels different.
  • 12Apr22

    4
    By OtherElla
    Very short - but connected all the dots of a Holmes novel.
  • Well done

    5
    By YorktownDad
    Right up front I will tell you that I am biased regarding this outstanding story. It was written by my son Sam last year when he was 12 years old. Please read it and judge for yourself. I think you will find it enjoyable. Thank you.

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