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Sherlock Holmes And The Zombie Problem
     

Sherlock Holmes And The Zombie Problem

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by Nick S. Thomas, Arthur Conan Doyle
 

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Holmes is just days away from bringing down the biggest criminal ringleader in London. But his quick and wicked foe is as cautious and intelligent as he. When Moriarty learns of Holmes' plans against him he releases an evil on England the likes of which no civilised man had ever seen.

In a desperate attempt to save England and perhaps the known world, Holmes and his

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Holmes is just days away from bringing down the biggest criminal ringleader in London. But his quick and wicked foe is as cautious and intelligent as he. When Moriarty learns of Holmes' plans against him he releases an evil on England the likes of which no civilised man had ever seen.

In a desperate attempt to save England and perhaps the known world, Holmes and his trusty friend Watson travel across Europe to find the source of Moriarty's new found power and end him and his wicked plan for good.

With the aid of every friend and ally they can find, the two detectives make regular and efficient usage of their shared experience of boxing, fencing and firearms in a bloodthirsty adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781906512675
Publisher:
Swordworks
Publication date:
01/26/2011
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.69(d)

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Sherlock Holmes and the Zombie Problem 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazingly, I have finally found a book to rival that romance fiasco (whose name I still cannot remember; I must have blotted it out of my memory on purpose) that had absolutely no plot and two spelling errors on the very first page. It is unfortunate, but this book is nothing short of a disaster. The editing is nonexistent. Paragraphs begin and end in the middle of sentences. Grammar and spelling errors abound. Sometimes, I can ignore a few problems with a book. It was nowhere near the case with this book. I cannot believe such a disappointing mess made it to press. There was no way I could make it past Chapter One! I wish I could give it zero stars, and I wish there was something positive I could say. The only good thing about this book was that I was able to get rid of it. I can only hope the author decides to invest a little more time and effort in preparing and proofing if he decides to produce another book. Do not waste your money on this book. If you get it for free (like I did), do not waste your time on this book. There are plenty of other Sherlock Holmes spin-offs that are thousands of times better. Also, there are the originals by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
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Bennett Herlihy More than 1 year ago
F**k yeah!!
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the whole book was great till the end.. really dissapointed about the ending.. unless theres sequal coming
Jennifer Marcinkowski More than 1 year ago
I actually liked this book. Great read if you like Sherlock Holmes and Zombies.
Bionil More than 1 year ago
dumb