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From the well-worn tin dispatch box belonging to Dr J. H. Watson, three untold stories are brought to light. In Sherlock Holmes and The Murder At Lodore Falls, Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson are drawn into a case that involves murder, blackmail and robbery. It is a case that leads to danger to both Homes and Watson and brings a confrontation with their old adversary. With D ...more
Paperback, 172 pages
Published June 4th 2012 by MX Publishing (first published April 23rd 2012)
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Charlotte Smith
Jul 22, 2012 Charlotte Smith rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
From the well-worn tin dispatch box belonging to Dr J. H. Watson, three untold stories are brought to light. In Sherlock Holmes and The Murder At Lodore Falls, Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson are drawn into a case that involves murder, blackmail and robbery. It is a case that leads to danger to both Homes and Watson and brings a confrontation with their old adversary. With Dr Watson facing his own personal nightmares, will Holmes be able to solve the mystery and help his troubled friend? The two o ...more
Dale
Dec 26, 2015 Dale rated it really liked it
Sherlock Holmes and the Murder at Lodore Falls by Charlotte Smith

This is the first Holmes book published by Ms Smith, a member of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London and founding member and Liverpool and Wirral Sherlock Holmes Society

The book consists of three stories, the titular novelette and two short stories. If I were to choose one word for the theme that runs through all three it would be “camaraderie.” The three stories give the reader a sense of just what these two friends mean to eac
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Philip Jones
Sep 28, 2012 Philip Jones rated it really liked it
This is an anthology of three novellas, all by the same author. All three are quite different, with the only commonality being their celebration of the growing friendship between Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. The title story is the first and longest of the lot. It takes place mostly in 1896, after Holmes’ return from The Great Hiatus. Watson is having nightmares triggered by Holmes’ ‘death’ at The Reichenbach falls. The main client is also having similar nightmares triggered by his experien ...more
Sam
Dec 27, 2012 Sam rated it it was ok
Sherlock Holmes and the Murder at Lodore Falls is a short book, only about 150 pages (the publishing information says this book is 172 pages, but the remaining pages contain a list of other Sherlock Holmes stories from the publisher). The first story is the longest, at approximately 110 pages, the second two stories are only about 20 pages each. So, this book was a quick and easy read and only took me a few hours to finish.

There were several grammar mistakes throughout the book, as well as form
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Laura
Sep 20, 2013 Laura rated it it was amazing
Very good. I liked the part where Holmes was taking care of Watson after he fell.
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Charlotte Smith is a lifelong follower of Sherlock Holmes, having read the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Her favourite Sherlock Holmes on TV and film are the ones portrayed by Basil Rathbone and Jeremy Brett.

Charlotte is also a member of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London and founding member of the Liverpool and Wirral Sherlock Holmes Society which launched in October 2012.

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