Tuesday, February 01, 2011

The Baker Street Letters by Michael Robertson, A Reggie Heath Mystery

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The Mystery Bookshelf, where you can discover a library of new mysteries, is pleased to feature a new mystery series title we recently received from the publisher.

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The Baker Street Letters by Michael Robertson
A Reggie Heath Mystery (1st in series)
Minotaur Books (Trade Paperback)
Publication Date: February 2011
ISBN-13: 978-0-312-65064-3

The Baker Street Letters by Michael Robertson
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About The Baker Street Letters (from the publisher): In Los Angeles, a geological surveyor maps out a proposed subway route — and then goes missing. His eight-year-old daughter, in her desperation, turns to the one person she thinks might help — he writes a letter to Sherlock Holmes.

That letter creates an uproar at 221b Baker Street, which now houses the law offices of attorney and man about town Reggie Heath and his hapless brother, Nigel. Instead of filing the letter like he’s supposed to, Nigel decides to investigate. Soon he’s flying off to Los Angeles, inconsiderately leaving a very dead body on the floor in his office. Big brother Reggie follows Nigel to California, as does Reggie’s sometime lover, Laura — a quick-witted stage actress who’s captured the hearts of both brothers.

When Nigel is arrested, Reggie must use all his wits to solve a case that Sherlock Holmes would have savored.

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About Michael Robertson: The author works for a large company with branches in the United States and England. He lives in Southern California, where he attended law school and worked in educational publishing. The television rights to The Baker Street Letters, his first novel, have been sold to Warner Bros.

Read the first chapters of The Baker Street Letters below. Use the Aa settings button to adjust text size, line spacing, and word density.


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