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A Slight Trick of The Mind

by Mitch Cullin

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A Slight Trick of The Mind by Mitch Cullin
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    Apr 2005, 272 pages
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    May 2006, 272 pages

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Kirconnell

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I really enjoyed this book. It is a different view of the Sherlock Holmes mythology. Readers of Doyle's detective series have always seen Holmes as an energetic younger man at the height of his mental powers, but what would happen when he gets older? Well, Cullen attempts an answer added to a delicious mystery worthy of the earlier books. It made me view aging and Sherlock Holmes in a new way.
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