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The Incredible Schlock Homes

12 Stories from Bagel Street

Schlock Homes

by Robert L. Fish

eBook

Twelve loving parodies of the great detective—each a masterpiece in its own right
The world-famous amateur detective Schlock Homes is making his way through breakfast when a telegram arrives. It takes but a moment's deduction for the brilliant sleuth to determine that it was sent by a woman named Miss Wimpole, and that she is terribly upset. Homes knows this because the telegram reads, "I am terribly upset," and is signed, "Miss Wimpole." Miss Wimpole brings a case that stretches from the tombs of Egypt to the deserts of Mexico, with a stop at the racetrack in between, and it is but the first misadventure in this riotous collection of tales.
Whether chasing a counterfeit sovereign or an "Adam Bomb," Schlock Homes and Dr. Watney never fail to have a marvelous time—even if they don't quite catch their man.


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Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road

Kindle Book

  • Release date: April 7, 2015

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781504007245
  • Release date: April 7, 2015

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9781504007245
  • File size: 2597 KB
  • Release date: April 7, 2015

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Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
EPUB eBook

Languages

English

Twelve loving parodies of the great detective—each a masterpiece in its own right
The world-famous amateur detective Schlock Homes is making his way through breakfast when a telegram arrives. It takes but a moment's deduction for the brilliant sleuth to determine that it was sent by a woman named Miss Wimpole, and that she is terribly upset. Homes knows this because the telegram reads, "I am terribly upset," and is signed, "Miss Wimpole." Miss Wimpole brings a case that stretches from the tombs of Egypt to the deserts of Mexico, with a stop at the racetrack in between, and it is but the first misadventure in this riotous collection of tales.
Whether chasing a counterfeit sovereign or an "Adam Bomb," Schlock Homes and Dr. Watney never fail to have a marvelous time—even if they don't quite catch their man.


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