Moriarty Returns a Letter (Baker Street Letters Series #4)

Moriarty Returns a Letter (Baker Street Letters Series #4)

by Michael Robertson
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Moriarty Returns a Letter 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Carstairs38 More than 1 year ago
Danger 100 Years in the Making All that Reggie Heath is focusing on is his upcoming engagement trip with Laura to her family estate to officially announce their upcoming marriage. Unfortunately, the Sherlock letters rear their head again as he needs to help prepare a special display with many of the old ones before he can go. However, one of the old letters he unearths contains a secret connected to Moriarty, and events begin to unfold that might bring the secret to light. By the time it all settles, who will be left standing? Yes, I’m being a little vague here because the novel unfolds in a great way, but it’s hard to say much without spoiling much of the book. In fact, the book starts in the past, so we do know much of what is happening and the fun is watching the characters figure it out. Still, I don’t want to spoil it. Speaking of spoiling, the book definitely spoils the second book in the series, so you really should read that one first. Even though this isn’t a mystery in the traditional murder and 5 suspects format, it is very entertaining and suspenseful. I was enjoyed from start to finish. The characters are great as always as well and are a pleasure to spend time visiting. So if you are looking for something fun this is definitely for you. I couldn’t put it down and suspect you’ll be turning the pages just as quickly.
joec2862 More than 1 year ago
Need to read all 4 in order. I read the first one because I purchased in error. I couldn't wait to read the next three!!  Waiting for the next one!!
VisionaryMaverick More than 1 year ago
This is the best one so far. The plot keeps you on your toes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago