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Sherlock Holmes and the Red Demon Read Sherlock Holmes And The Red Demon By Larry Millett Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk When A Cunning Villain Sets Out To Destroy The Great Northern Railway In America, Holmes Comes Face To Face With All Manner Of Frontier Characters He Also Becomes Attentive To One Woman S And Suspect S Charms But Charm Gives Way To Terror When Holmes Goes Up Against An Arsonist Called The Red Demon.


10 thoughts on “Sherlock Holmes and the Red Demon

  1. says:

    Really a 2.5 The last fourth of this book were interesting, but unfortunately I had to slog through the other 3 4 to find it.A quick summary Sherlock Holmes has been asked to catch the Red Demon, a person sending threatening notes and setting fires around the railroads of American tycoon Mr Hill Assuming false identities, Holmes and Watson visit Minnesota to solve the case before the arson...


  2. says:

    5 Stars I didn t think it would make it based on the likely score I thought it would get Scorecard Out of 10 Quality of Writing8 Pace9 Plot development9 Characters10 Enjoyability8 Insightfulness9 Ease of Reading9 Photos IllustrationsN AFinal Score 62 70 89%If I don t start a series at the beginning, sometimes the previous stories don t stand out in my memory, no matter how much I read them This book suffers partially from this personal phenomenon thoug 5 Stars I didn t think it would make it based on the likely score I thought it would get Scorecard Out of 10 Quality of Writing8 Pace9 Plot development9 Characters10 Enjoyability8 Insightfulness9 Ease of Reading9 Photos IllustrationsN AFinal Score 62 70 89%If I don t start a series at the beginning, sometimes the previous stories don t stand out in my memory, no matter how much I read them This book suffers partially from this personal phenomenon though I also seem to repress parts of the book because of what happens at the end see below Before that can happen again, I m getting this review done The Gush Many authors have written with varying success pastiches of supposed lost cases of Holmes and Watson One of the better authors I ve found is Larry Millett, even though his stories take Holmes far from fog shrouded London and into the...


  3. says:

    I found this a fine example of Sherlock Holmes pastiche writing Dr Watson is the narrator who stays well in character The time frame is appropriate, and the suspense holds up well as the story develops Holmes and Watson are called to the U.S by a railroad magnate to investigate threats from an arsonist who threatens to destroy the railroad The story is written as Doyle would have written it, which is what fans enjoy Recommended to all fans of Sherlock Holmes who ha...


  4. says:

    I was expecting it to be ok But the author did an awesome job and stayed pretty close to behavior and wording of holmes and Watson Kind of cool that it takes place in Minnisota.


  5. says:

    A very good start to the series.


  6. says:

    I really enjoyed this book It felt like a Sherlock Holmes book I appreciated the epilogue which tied up one final charter s role in the mystery.


  7. says:

    I listened to the Audible Audio Edition of this book Steve Hendrickson s performance was incredibly engaging It showed Watson s pique with Holmes in a very expressive manner as well as Holmes brusque mein when dealing with things he found to be self evident Their snarky and contentious relationship is what has always in my mind made them an excellent investigative duo All the characters were well acted and I can t wait to listen toofferings by this talented voice actor I listened to the Audible Audio Edition of this book Steve Hendrickson s performance was incredibly engaging It showed Watson s pique with Holmes in a very expressive manner as well as Holmes brusque mein when dealing with things he found to be self evident Their snarky and contentious relationship is what has always in my mind made them an excellent investigative duo All the characters were well acted and I can t wait to listen toofferings by this talented voice actor Holmes And Watson In Minnesota...


  8. says:

    I was pretty blown away by this book Sherlock Holmes is all well and good, but spinoffs of classics are usually decent at best This was fabulous Not only do we get Holmes, but a great history lesson, subtly woven in with fantastic plot and dialogue I had never heard of The Hinckley Fire before this book I can hardly wait to read the rest of the series.As a wannabe critic I have to find fault, but the only thing I f...


  9. says:

    Deep in the Minnesota pines and railroads Holmes finds yet another mystery only he could solve I really enjoyed this book for two main reasons One, the writing style is like that of the originals, and it s always nice to find an author who can truly capture the Holmes character like Doyle.Two this book has a grate plot, and like any well written mystery keeps you on edge as you try to solve the mystery before the end.I don t say this often I couldn t put this book down I really love how this b Deep in the Minn...


  10. says:

    Sherlock Fans will enjoy This review is for the Audio Book of Sherlock Holmes an the Red DemonIf your a Sherlock fan this book is for you The story is very interesting an really keeps your attention The narrator did an excellent job with all the different voices an accent...


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