Richard at Everything is Possimpible was the first to put me on to Anthony Horowitz’s Sherlock Holmes thriller, House of Silk, and he has written a great review of Horowitz’s new book in the same vein, Moriarty. Since I enjoyed what he has to say about it, I’m hoping you’ll enjoy it, too — it’s my Sunday reblog!
By Anthony Horowitz
4.25 / 5
Darkness Falls but also Rises
Having read all of Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes Collection and Anthony Horowitz’s House of Silk, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read a book devilishly titled Moriarty. Set in the immediate aftermath of The Final Problem, the scene of the dramatic showdown between Holmes and Moriarty at Reichemback Falls. Scotland Yard detective Athelney Jones and American Pinkerton investigator Frederick Chase form a determined partnership as they attempt to bring down an American criminal mastermind who has effectively taken over the criminal network created by Moriarty.
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