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The Baker Street Letters (Baker Street Letters Series #1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

A Fun Romp and a Perplexing Mystery

This first-in-series book combines a cast of interesting characters, a nifty concept, and two disparate settings. The result is a rollicking good mystery!

It's important to me that all the pieces be in place for the detective (and me) to solve a mystery and that is t...
This first-in-series book combines a cast of interesting characters, a nifty concept, and two disparate settings. The result is a rollicking good mystery!

It's important to me that all the pieces be in place for the detective (and me) to solve a mystery and that is the case with "The Baker Street Letters." I enjoyed the English characters--two brothers and a famous actress they have both dated--as well as the American characters. None were stock (another flaw I like to avoid in mysteries). It was also great to see a strong female lead in the story; as a detective and adventurer, she holds her own with the male leads.

posted by JoeBolin on July 12, 2011

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

I Liked it.

I enjoyed it because I like England and people from England and I like Los Angeles and I like people from Los Angeles. What's not to like in this first work. A decent story, with interesting characters from England and Los Angles. I just liked it.

posted by 1356077 on October 17, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2009

    I Liked it.

    I enjoyed it because I like England and people from England and I like Los Angeles and I like people from Los Angeles. What's not to like in this first work. A decent story, with interesting characters from England and Los Angles. I just liked it.

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