The Sherlock Effect
Christopher Sherlock Webster always blamed his Holmes-
But after his old man prematurely dies, Christopher finds that he has somehow inherited the very same obsession...
Teaming up with Mo Rennie, a marketing-
Here are five bizarre adventures from the files -
"I enjoyed 'The Sherlock Effect' and thought it original and well-
"The most ingenious part of your paperback is, of course, the central idea of a character
named after Sherlock Holmes who decides to set up a detective agency on much the
same lines as-
"I love the idea of present day crimes being solved with some of Holmes's deductive methods. Story lines are terrific."
"Its premise is delightful and its accounts of its latter-
"It is a tremendous read."
"Several authors have written of present-
The Sherlock Holmes Society of London
"Sherlock Holmes is alive and well…! Hopefully, there will be more."
“If you are into Sherlock Holmes and are looking for more cases, then this book is a must read.”
"So easy to read and so satisfying."
Daphne Sharpe -
"A clever, original, and wildly clever take on Holmes that manages to breathe new life into the classic."
Christopher Havens -
"A great and entertaining book for fans of Sherlock Holmes."
Jennifer Muller -
"The Sherlock Effect is a homage to Conan Doyle that he would be proud to acknowledge. Five stars."
Stephenie Sasse -
"I absolutely loved this book. A perfect book for Sherlock fans and people who love a cozy mystery."
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