Book Review

Book Review: Sherlock Sam & the Fiendish Heist in London

Ms Valerie Cheng from Singapore Book Council gives a book review on Sherlock Sam & the Fiendish Heist in London.


Authors Adan Jimenez and Felicia Low-Jimenez have another winner in their latest book Sherlock Sam & the Fiendish Heist in London.  This time, the intrepid detective Samuel Tan Cher Lock a.k.a. Sherlock Sam, Watson and the Supper Club join hands with the Fiendish Mastermind in a battle of wits against a mysterious and equally masterful enemy.  Readers will be transported from sunny Singapore all the way to literary London, home of Sherlock Holmes at 221B Baker Street and the Tate Modern.

Readers will love the strategy and counter strategy of our masterful hero and Watson’s intelligence and wit.  Good emerges victorious over evil; and the warm camaraderie among the members of the supper club contrasts starkly with the cold master-minion relationship of the Fiendish Mastermind and his team of helpers. There is a lot to learn and enjoy.  I thoroughly recommend it.

Sherlock Sam goes all the way to the home of Sherlock Holmes? Wow! If this book review has caught your interest, borrow a copy today!


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