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Night Watch: A Long Lost Adventure In Which Sherlock Holmes Meets FatherBrown - Stephen Kendrick
Night Watch: A Long Lost Adventure In Which Sherlock Holmes Meets FatherBrown
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It's Christmas Day, 1902. A priest has been murdered in a London church during a secret meeting-to discuss the possibility of a Parliament of World Religions. Now Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson-with some assistance from Father Brown-must discern if the killer is indeed one of the leaders of the... show more
It's Christmas Day, 1902. A priest has been murdered in a London church during a secret meeting-to discuss the possibility of a Parliament of World Religions. Now Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson-with some assistance from Father Brown-must discern if the killer is indeed one of the leaders of the world's greatest faiths...
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780425191675 (0425191672)
ASIN: 425191672
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
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Impulsive Reader
Impulsive Reader rated it
2.5 Worth the $4.60 I paid for it? Debatable.
When I saw this book on the shelf at BAM it was the most exciting thing I'd found there all day. I even broke a self-imposed book buying ban to get it. (I figured, hey, it's less than $5, why not?) Oh boy was I wrong. On principal, a crossover between Sherlock Holmes and Father Brown is possibly t...
beishir
beishir rated it
4.0 Night Watch: A Long-Lost Adventure in Which Sherlock Holmes Meets Father Brown
I thought this was a very well written Sherlock Holmes pastiche. I was a little put out at first by the thought that it was written by a Unitarian Church minister, thinking that it would be preachy and have a sentimental Holmes pondering his religious beliefs. But that ended up not being the case at...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it
2.0
Condition: Used - Very GoodSold by: prouk2 £0.32The writing style is rather limp and the opening crime was of peurile construct. I shall give a little more of my time after my bath to see if the major crime come up to scratch.ETA - erm no, duh-doe.
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