Review: Moriarty

Moriarty
Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Book #41 for 2015

It was around page 25 that I started getting that A Coffin for Dimitrios vibe and started watching for confirmation that I had the right idea, and I was confident of the big twist by the time I was halfway through. Mind you, this is not a criticism of the story. I was still unsure how Devereux fit into the whole thing, so I didn’t make some of the other connections as quickly as I probably should have, and it was fun to watch everything unfold.

It’s hard to say much about this book without saying too much, so I will just say that I listened to House of Silk very soon after finishing this book and really like Horowitz’s treatment of the Holmes universe.

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