On the most secret and dangerous assignment of their lives, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are sent into the newborn Soviet Union to rescue the Romanovs: Nicholas and Alexandra and their innocent children. Will Holmes and Watson be able to change history? Will they even be able to survive?
©2012 Phil Growick (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Holmes, or anyone who enjoys a mystery.
Simon Shepherd's performance was great. Very credible. Very much as we would expect A story about the great Holmes to be read.
I listened to the start a few times before I could kick the idea that this wasn't written by Sir Arthur, then I took the plunge!
Once I did I found it very enjoyable, written in a style that so easily could have been the work of a modern Sir Arthur.
Please try it for yourselves, you will find it worth while.
Ive not seen the print version
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No, it was slow slow slow and very complicating with so many characters with odd names
The story was somewhat enjoyable if improbable, but had the author's grammar been less questionable this might have improved the experience.
I don't know of other books in this genre, so I really couldn't say.
It was OK, but some of his accents were pretty awful.
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