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Review: Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Helmets

25 Mar

Geri Schear

When I first picked up Teresa Wimmer’s Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Helmets I assumed it was a traditional Holmes novel in the style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Discovering the story was set in 2012 and is not about Holmes and Watson so much as Sherlock and John gave me pause. Though not for long.

I love the ‘Sherlock’ series that was created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, but I have never read a novel based on the series. Once I got over my initial shock, I found the story a lot of fun.

The premise is this: John and his girlfriend Lisa decide to go on a skiing holiday. However, because he’s BORED (said in the best Benedict Cumberbatch voice), Sherlock decides to go with them. Once they arrive at their skiing school they discover that there has been a series of serious ‘accidents’ over the previous…

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