The Case of the Baker Street Irregular by Robert Newman


An orphan is brought to London by his guardian, who is later kidnapped, leaving the boy on his own. The boy meets up with some of the other street kids, several of whom work for Mr. Sherlock Holmes. When Holmes requires the boy’s assistance, will his own mystery be solved at the same time.


I am by no means a Sherlock Holmes scholar, but in my opinion, this author did a fair job with the characters of Holmes and Watson.

The story itself was interesting and had all the elements of a Doyle Holmes story.

©Cori Endicott June 2013

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