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Last Sherlock Holmes Story, The
Dibdin, Michael
New York: Pantheon. 1978.
192pp. [Fiction]
ISBN: 0394500652

Casebook Review:

I like this one very much, but there are those who don't like the idea of Holmes behaving badly. There are flaws in the logic, but I still like Dibdin's style, and the read is fast and fun ...it was for me, at least.