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Sherlock Holmes must solve three cases that carry him into the unnatural: the disappearance of the Baker Street irregulars, the true identity of a Great War veteran, and a vampyre’s grisly death.

He must cross into the worlds of the Grimm Brothers and Bram Stoker to unravel the mysteries confronting him.

Can Holmes’ conventional methods still function in the unconventional world?

©2020 Liese Sherwood-Fabre (P)2021 Liese Sherwood-Fabre

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Creative, Strange & Inconsistent

The concept of basing Homes & Watson pastiches on fairy tales is creative, although highly unorthodox. It works fairly well in the first two stories, but the third, which enters the realm of vampires (not the Sussex kind), weakens the whole book. Overall, an interesting concept that ultimately fails. The best thing this book has going for it is the excellent narration by R.J. Bayley.

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