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The Final Meeting (Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars Series #4)

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A most vile villain, a master detective, a few ingenious assistants, and a mystery that spans Europe -- the Baker Street Irregulars are off on a brand-new case!

The Baker Street Irregulars are back on the case as master detective Sherlock Holmes sets an elaborate trap to capture the wicked Professor Moriarty and dismantle his criminal organization, at last! But Moriarty has his own plans.

In their final adventure, the Irregulars face the ...

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A most vile villain, a master detective, a few ingenious assistants, and a mystery that spans Europe -- the Baker Street Irregulars are off on a brand-new case!

The Baker Street Irregulars are back on the case as master detective Sherlock Holmes sets an elaborate trap to capture the wicked Professor Moriarty and dismantle his criminal organization, at last! But Moriarty has his own plans.

In their final adventure, the Irregulars face the greatest challenge of their careers. The quest will take them, for the first time, out of England and on a thrilling chase across Continental Europe. Will Holmes and the Irregulars succeed or fall prey to the most dangerous man in all of England?

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Children's Literature - Jean Boreen
In this fourth casebook from the series, the Irregulars find themselves being moved out of town for their own safety. Holmes decides that their activities could be too dangerous to them as he has finally managed to pull down Professor Moriarty's criminal network and Moriarty is not going away without a fight. But even the best of intentions can backfire, and the Irregulars, split into two groups, still end up being integral to Holmes fight against Moriarty. This book follows "The Adventure of the Final Problem," the original story by Arthur Conan Doyle in which he has Sherlock "disappear" after an important interaction with the Professor. As with the other books in this series, the characters most full developed are Wiggins, Ozzie, and Pilar, but the younger boys actually get a bit more time to show off their skills as they work to protect Holmes and Watson in England. This series has definitely been a fun and often exciting read for middle school and upper elementary readers, and may well have helped a new generation become interested in Sherlock Holmes. Reviewer: Jean Boreen, Ph.D.
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Tracy Mack is the author of two celebrated novels: BIRDLAND, a Book Sense Top Ten Book, a Sydney Taylor Award Honor Book, and an ALA Best Book for Young Adults; and DRAWING LESSONS, a Booklist Top Ten First Novel and a Teen People NEXT Award Finalist.
Michael Citrin is an attorney and has been a Sherlock Holmes fan since he was a young boy.
Together they have written the Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars series published by Orchard Books. Tracy and Michael are married and live in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts with their three young children.

Tracy Mack is the author of two celebrated novels: Birdland, a Book Sense Top Ten Book, a Sydney Taylor Award Honor Book, and an ALA Best Book for Young Adults; and Drawing Lessons, a Booklist Top Ten First Novel and a Teen People NEXT Award Finalist.
Michael Citrin is an attorney and has been a Sherlock Holmes fan since he was a young boy. Tracy Mack and Michael Citrin are married and live in the Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts, with their two young children.

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