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Review of Harry DeMaio’s The Open And Shut Case

16 Nov
Review of Harry DeMaio’s The Open And Shut Case

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By Gretchen Altabef, author of Sherlock Holmes: These Scattered Housesand Remarkable Power of Stimulus (due 16th November.)

“My dear, Inspector Wallaroo, remember my first principle of detection. After eliminating the possibly improbable, whatever is left is probably impossible.”––Octavius Bear

This is possibly one of the greatest Sherlock Holmes spoofs of all time! And damn well full of fun. Yet to bring this lovely world to life, it was deemed necessary to disappear all Humans from planet Earth. In a way that they left behind unscathed all they had created, buildings, society, culture, science, industry, and the arts. At the same instant all the animals became sentient and able to speak languages.

I haven’t yet read the genesis novel of this series, but do look forward to getting my paws on it. Oh, did I forget to mention, if you are not guffawing by page 10, you either don’t…

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