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New review of Sherlock Holmes and The Nine-Dragon Sigil

16 Jan

Tim Symonds SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE NINE-DRAGON SIGIL could rival Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. As a lover of period pieces, especially those with a mystery, the idea of reading a Sherlock Holmes story was an easy decision.

For me, the story itself wasn’t just entertaining. It was visually satisfying with its richness of detail and descriptions. While Edwardian England is of interest to me, early twentieth century China tickled the senses with its sea of color, movement, sounds, tastes and smells.

Purveyors of a good bit of detective work have nothing on Symonds. I loved everything about this story from the pacing; the opening with Watson reminded me of so many other Sherlock Holmes stories that it was easy to fall under its spell…to the utterly fascinating descriptions of China, I was instantly taken in and quick to read.

Whether you are a lover of detective stories, period pieces, or a combination thereof, it simply isn’t possible to go wrong choosing this Sherlock Holmes story. And I certainly hope that you’ll be as tickled with it as I was.

Reviewed by Leslie Obrien

Sherlock Holmes and The Nine-Dragon Sigil is available from all good bookstores including The Strand Magazine, Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Waterstones UK and for free shipping worldwide Book Depository. In ebook format it is in Kindle, Kobo, Nook and Apple iBooks (iPad/iPhone).

9781787050358

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Posted by on January 16, 2017 in Book Reviews, Uncategorized

 

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