On the eve of Sherlock Holmes's retirement Watson pays a final visit to 221b Baker Street. Their quiet conversation is interrupted as other guests drift in and out of the 221b sitting-room... Also included here is the account of a visit made by Holmes and Watson to Inverness and a record of a strange tale set in Borley Rectory, once believed to be the most haunted house in England.
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Holmes and Watson - An Evening In Baker Street based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This is way too brief for a book... My thanks to Steve and Timi at MX Books for my review copy of this book, and for continuing to share Sherlock Holmes with the world! The book is extremely short. The book consists of three essays, all entangled in the others. Holmes tells Watson he intends to retire. In fact his cottage has been purchased, his bees on order, and he is making final preparations for moving within the week. Holmes and Watson begin to discuss their years of investigation together. In fact that part of the book is written in all dialog, and a bit difficult to follow as to who is speaking at what time. The other two essays have Holmes after the Loch Ness Monster and investigating the Borley Rectory, once known as the most haunted house in England… There is a surprise or two; I will give the story that. I give it three stars. Quoth the Raven…