Review of Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Einstein’s Daughter
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"Synopsis: The Dean of a Swiss university persuades Sherlock Holmes to investigate the background of a would-be lecturer. To Dr. Watson it seems a very humdrum commission - but who is the mysterious ‘Lieserl’? How does her existence threaten the ambitions of the technical assistant level III in Room 86 at the Federal Patents Office in Berne by the name of Albert Einstein? The assignment plunges Holmes and Watson into unfathomable Serbia to solve one of the intractable mysteries of the 20th Century. In Tim Symonds’ previous detective novels, Sherlock Holmes and the Dead Boer At Scotney Castle and Sherlock Holmes And The Case Of The Bulgarian Codex the author based pivotal historic facts and a principal character on real life. So too in this new mystery. Critique: Once again author Tim Symonds does full and complete justice to the literary legacy that is Sherlock Holmes. Highly recommended for mystery fans in general, and Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts in particular, it should be noted that “Sherlock Holmes and The Mystery of Einstein’s Daughter” is also available in a Kindle edition.” Reviewed by Small Press Bookwatch, Midwest Book Review, James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, March 2014 Sherlock Holmes and The Mystery of Einstein’s Daughter is available from all good bookstores including Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Waterstones UK, and for free shipping worldwide Book Depository . In ebook format it is in Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Nook and Apple iBooks (iPad/iPhone).
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