Sherlock Holmes: The Four-Handed Game

Sherlock Holmes The Four Handed Game Holmes and Watson find themselves bombarded with an absolute avalanche of dramatic cases Holmes enrols Inspectors Lestrade and Bradstreet to help him play a dangerous four handed game against an organ

  • Title: Sherlock Holmes: The Four-Handed Game
  • Author: Paul D. Gilbert
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Holmes and Watson find themselves bombarded with an absolute avalanche of dramatic cases Holmes enrols Inspectors Lestrade and Bradstreet to help him play a dangerous four handed game against an organisation whose power and influence seems to know no bounds As dissimilar as each case seems to be, robbery, assault and gruesome murder, Holmes begins to suspect that each onHolmes and Watson find themselves bombarded with an absolute avalanche of dramatic cases Holmes enrols Inspectors Lestrade and Bradstreet to help him play a dangerous four handed game against an organisation whose power and influence seems to know no bounds As dissimilar as each case seems to be, robbery, assault and gruesome murder, Holmes begins to suspect that each one has been meticulously designed to lure him towards a conclusion that even he could not have anticipated However, when his brother Mycroft goes missing, he realises that he might just be running out of time.

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    1. A great and well researched story. Giving just enough answers to ask more questions, and more then enough intrigue to setup the final book of the trilogy.Some great moments and character development in this book. Not just on Holmes but on Watson as well. Holmes always seemed to be mentoring role for Watson. Always telling/teachings him is “methods” in this book Watson proves to be an astute student, and at one point takes Holmes himself by surprise. There is also a possible appearance/confro [...]

    2. I knew this was a continuation of Gilbert's "The Unholy Trinity". What I didn't know was that the story arc will continue in yet another book. I have to admit that I find it very annoying to read a book with no real ending and then have to wait months and months for the next part.Nevertheless I'm very much looking forward to the next installment (which hopefully isn't that long in coming) because this whole mystery is intriguing. Mr. Gilbert sure knows how to build up suspense, everybody seems i [...]

    3. Having taken time out to read for a second time the first part of the trilogy, The Unholy Trinity. Before reading the second part of the trilogy, i found that this made The Four Handed Game run smoothy into the second book. The stories continued and made a lot of exciting reading, in The Four Handed Game with so many different scenarios and crimes developing, which as you read on through the book all intertwined together to force an outcome, which predominantly leaves you in no doubt where the t [...]

    4. Having read and thoroughly enjoyed the first part of the trilogy, my expectations for this were very high! I am happy to report, this was entirely justified. The story moves along at a breathtaking place and each chapter seems to contain a new and intriguing case. Holmes and Watson are pushed to there limits, and engage 2 allies on this magnificent adventure. Trying to avoid any spoilers, all i can say is that i cannot wait for the 3rd part.Again Mr Paul Gilbert has left me mind blown!

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