Sherlock Holmes and The Molly Boy Murders by Margaret Walsh

Sherlock Holmes and the Molly Boy Murders by Margaret Walsh is an interesting read for Sherlock Holmes fans. She has tried to maintain the style of Arthur Conan Doyle and succeeded to a fair extent bit also added her own unique touch to the plot that blends in so nicely that it seems natural transition. One thing I liked more was though Sherlock was one in focus at all times , even other characters were given prominence in a subtle way and their characterization brings a lovely flavor. Though the story belongs to those times but still is relevant in these times as it touches many sensitive topics in a gentle manner and puts some strong messages across.
I am a big fan of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle ; I have all the Sherlock Holmes stories and also The Lost World . But I would suggest to give this story a fair chance by not comparing the two writers and I believe your craving for more Holmes stories will be satisfied.
A very good book to read
Thank you @BookTasters for this wonderful read

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