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5220Re: SHSI The best Pastiches ever

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  • Noufal Ibrahim KV
    20 Oct
      I've read only the seven percent solution. However, I've read a "study
      in Emerald" which is also be Gaiman and a cross between the Cthulhu
      mythos and our detective.

      On Fri, Oct 20 2017, sumalsn wrote:

      > Dear Holmesians,
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      > I suppose all of us have read our share of Sherlock Holmes pastiches
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      > This is the list of Top 10 Sherlock Holmes pastiches according to Lyndsay Faye, who has written a Sherlock Holmes pastiche , "The Whole art of Detection"
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      > Here goes the list,
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      > The Seven Per Cent Solution by Nicholas Meyer.
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      > 2. The Case of Death and Honey” by Neil Gaiman.
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      > 3. A Sherlockian Quartet by Rick Boyer.
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      > 4. The Doctor’s Case” by Stephen King
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      > 5. IQ by Joe Ide
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      > 1. The Beekeeper’s Apprentice by Laurie R. King.
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      > 2. Good Night, Mr. Holmes by Carole Nelson Douglass
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      > 1. The Adventure of the Laughing Jarvey” by Stephen Fry.
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      > 2. The Final Solution by Michael Chabon.
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      > 3. Sherlock Holmes and the Muffin” by Dorothy B. Hughes.
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      > Ho How many have you read?
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      > Re Regards,
      > Su Sumalsn
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      > Ho
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      > Ho
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      > 6.
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      Cordially,
      Noufal
      http://nibrahim.net.in
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