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  • Title: Sherlock Holmes and the Egyptian Hall Adventure
  • Author: Val Andrews
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The famous conjurer Cyrano visits Holmes and Watson during his run of performances at the grand Egyptian Hall theatre During one of his tricks a priceless woman s ring has gone missing The conjurer had intended to smash the ring and reproduce it, but it disappeared and now Lady Windrush wants it back Holmes and Watson visit the Egyptian Hall to view a performance, but aThe famous conjurer Cyrano visits Holmes and Watson during his run of performances at the grand Egyptian Hall theatre During one of his tricks a priceless woman s ring has gone missing The conjurer had intended to smash the ring and reproduce it, but it disappeared and now Lady Windrush wants it back Holmes and Watson visit the Egyptian Hall to view a performance, but are shocked when it is announced that Cyrano has been killed The detective pair are called upon to decipher the mystery behind the entertainer s death Watson must also battle his obvious attraction to the married Lady Windrush in a riveting addition to the Holmes canon A treat for any fan of the master detective Tom Kasey, best selling author of Cold Kill Val Andrews 15 February 1926 12 December 2006 was a music hall artist, ventriloquist and writer Andrews was a prolific writer on magic, having published over 1000 books and booklets from 1952 He also authored Sherlock Holmes pastiches and Houdini s novels Endeavour Press is the UK s leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb 1HweQV7 We are always interested in hearing from our readers Endeavour Press believes that the future is now.
    Sherlock Holmes and the Egyptian Hall Adventure The famous conjurer Cyrano visits Holmes and Watson during his run of performances at the grand Egyptian Hall theatre During one of his tricks a priceless woman s ring has gone missing The conjurer ha

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    1. WonderfulVery well written I felt like I was right beside Holmes as he was writing How can a mystery buff not like Sherlock

    2. Not Andrews at his bestSherlock Holmes and the Egyptian Hall Adventure Val AndrewsThe year is 1898 Watson says that this case is referred to in his notes as The Randolph Case Mr Cyril Randolph, billed as Cyrano, a conjurer, comes to 221B Baker Street with a tale of woe He works at the Egyptian Hall where he has been using a trick that involves him borrowing jewelry from the audience, visibly smashing it, loading it into a gun, and firing the gun into a box his assistant, Madame Patricia The box [...]

    3. The game is afoot once again when Holmes and Watson take on the Egyptian Hall Adventure They receive a visit one evening from a famous conjurer, currently playing at the Egyptian Hall theater It seems that one of his tricks went awry a titled woman s ring was given to him to use in a trick whereby the conjurer would smash it up, then reproduce it a couple of minutes later attached to a nosegay But in this case, the ring did not magically reappear and the woman s not really happy about it So ente [...]

    4. I have been a Holmes fan for the last 10 years and will read any pastiche that I can get my hands on This pastiche was a fun read Watson and Holmes seemed mostly in character, though there were some turns of phrases that were used and seemed anachronistic or out of place There was an amusing bit with a piece of new technology that became part of the dramatic reveal at the end Overall, it was a nice addition to the list of Holmes pastiches that I ve read.

    5. Short and lackingI haven t read books by this author before and don t know if he always portrays Sherlock as such a jerk He was far rude than usual to Dr Watson The book is short and as a result, the plot is thin.

    6. This one has all the flair of the original Sherlock Holmes stories, and as bonus we get to see Holmes interact with stage magicians of late 19th century England A delightful read for any true Holmes fan.

    7. Excellent but a bit runnyVery well thought out plot My only problem is that at times it can run away a bit from the main plot.

    8. Kindle Unlimited One of several Sherlock Holmes stories by an assorted group of authors, wanted to go through them all Liked it, just didn t love it, sort of the right style and all but.

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