[EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row)

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Embassy Row

Embassy Row review Í 3 The second novel in the series launched by Against the Brotherhood authorized by Dame Jean Conan Doyle and starring Sherlock Holmes's older br. An exciting mix of political tension and mystery Though it might be a little long drawn to some I found the content and pace just right Any excitement described were in short sharp doses but the brisk in my opinion pace carries the book well all through to the end The way the mystery is presented was refreshing uite unlike modern books surrounding Sherlock Holmes and I enjoyed the expansive scale of what was at stake rather than the incident playing the role of a small time mystery Guthrie and other characters are well thought out with strong characterisation and thus are uniue in their own way ie personality wise and yet one is able to easily relate to any one of them I do like how Fawcett portrayed Mycroft very fitting and exactly the sort of person I would have in mind Perhaps this would be enjoyable for someone unfamiliar with Japanese culture or Asian culture and values in general for then the grisly details and values contrary to the Western world would be appalling to the reader and thus exert their maximum effect on the narrative as a whole but to me they served as recollections of things I already knew and thus the concept of for example seppuku did not disturb me as much as it would if one has no prior knowledge

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Embassy Row review Í 3 Other Mycroft and his assistant set out to solve a murder that takes place the night of the signing of an agreement to secure England's positi. I never apologize for being a full blown fan of the Holmes brothers I have been to Sherlock s home on Baker Street Alright it burned down and they have rebuilt it a little way down the block Nonetheless I have visited I have viewed the Persian slipper where he kept his pipe tobacco and I have also viewed his famous deerstalker hat I believe Dr Watson is Conan Doyle himself and the stories are about his time with a real detective perhaps not as brilliant as Sherlock Oh come on we all have our fantasies But this book was so bogged down with trivial passages and drawn out scenarios that I could go no further than the first hundred pages and put it aside Actually I put it in the bin to donate to the Humane Society Thrift Shop There are too many wonderful novels in this world to waste precious reading time on inane books Chrysanthemum rebuilt it a little way down the block Nonetheless I have visited I have viewed the Persian slipper where he kept his pipe tobacco and I have also viewed his famous deerstalker hat I believe Dr Watson is Conan Doyle himself and the stories are about his time with a After the Falls real detective perhaps not as brilliant as Sherlock Oh come on we all have our fantasies But this book was so bogged down with trivial passages and drawn out scenarios that I could go no further than the first hundred pages and put it aside Actually I put it in the bin to donate to the Humane Society Thrift Shop There are too many wonderful novels in this world to waste precious Then the Americans Came Voices from Vietnam reading time on inane books

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Embassy Row review Í 3 On in Japanese controlled watersFawcett is a pseudonym owned by Bill Fawcett and most often indicating that the writer is Yarbro but not alway. An important treaty is being negotiated between Britain and Japan Mycroft Holmes is unofficially taking the lead Patterson Guthrie must assist him in maintaining the ruse of Holmes sedentary life while unraveling the complicated threads of international politics and intrigueI enjoyed this one much than the first There were moments when the plot seemed overly complicated but the writing seemed much smoother for this second instalment of the series Patterson Holmes secretary has been working for the man for less than a year He still has much to learn about trusting the instincts of Holmes other support staff but he valiantly does his best at his jobI liked the details about Japanese culture that are woven into the story We get hints of a younger Mycroft Holmes having adventures regarding a brief time he spent in Japan My favorite part were the journal notes of Tyers who spends most of the story worrying over his employerOverall I enjoyed this one much than the first book I look forward to seeing wht the rest of the series has in store


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  1. says: [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) Quinn Fawcett é 3 review free download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB é Quinn Fawcett

    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) free download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB é Quinn Fawcett I found myself torn while reading this book On the one hand the writing style was engaging and the vocabulary and phrasing felt very period appropriate On the other hand I uite frankly disliked the main narrator Guthrie Mycroft's secretary and I had a lot of problems with the plot itself Mycroft 's sedentary lifestyle is a

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) In the fashion of Sherlock Holmes uinn Fawcett writes a book about the adventure of Mycroft Holmes from the viewpoint of Paterson Guthrie Paterson is Mycroft's secretary helping him with his top secret government workAnd Paterson is a stuffed shirt Oh my God is he boring His character doesn't develop and he never learns anything He continuously doubts everything EVEN after he is proven wrong again and again And the book

  3. says: [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) Quinn Fawcett é 3 review review Embassy Row

    review Embassy Row [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) An exciting mix of political tension and mystery Though it might be a little long drawn to some I found the content and pace just right Any excitement described were in short sharp doses but the brisk in my opinion pace carries the bo

  4. says: Quinn Fawcett é 3 review free download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB é Quinn Fawcett review Embassy Row

    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) Another great escapade with Mycroft Holmes and crew figuring it all out just in time to save the day I truly lo

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    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) free download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB é Quinn Fawcett Quinn Fawcett é 3 review I never apologize for being a full blown fan of the Holmes brothers I have been to Sherlock's home on Baker Street Alright it burned down and they have rebuilt it a little way down the block Nonetheless I have vis

  6. says: review Embassy Row Quinn Fawcett é 3 review [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row)

    Quinn Fawcett é 3 review [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) I picked up this book because of the connection with Mycroft Holmes I have enjoyed the Sherlock Holmes stories in the past and foun

  7. says: [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) free download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB é Quinn Fawcett review Embassy Row

    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) An important treaty is being negotiated between Britain and Japan Mycroft Holmes is unofficially taking the lead Patterson G

  8. says: Quinn Fawcett é 3 review [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row)

    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) Quinn Fawcett é 3 review review Embassy Row I came across this book at a used items store unread for 050 and it fit nicely in my purse so I figured I'd try it on my vacation It has been entertaining and suspenseful I rarely have time to sit and read for long periods so I appreciate a book that I can pick up a few times a week or sometimes only a few times a month and easily fall back into step with Having missed the first installment in the series has not made i

  9. says: [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) free download Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB é Quinn Fawcett Quinn Fawcett é 3 review

    [EBOOK/EPUB] (Embassy Row) Interesting characters but a little dry

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 384
  • Embassy Row
  • Quinn Fawcett
  • English
  • 10 August 2019
  • 9780812545227