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Sherlock Holmes and the German Interpreter

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Anteprima
Data uscita
Gennaio 2022
Protezione DRM
Watermark
Formati disponibili
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Pagine
29 (stima)
Venduto da
Delos Digital srl
Autore
Orlando Pearson
Collana
221B n. 17
Delos Digital 2022 - ISBN: 9788825418835
Genere
NarrativaMistero e InvestigativoPoliziesco
NarrativaMistero e InvestigativoStorico
NarrativaMistero e InvestigativoTraditional British

The British Government commissions Holmes and Watson to travel to Germany to help the authorities find the man who shot Horst Wessel, the leader of the Storm Troopers.

It is 1930. The British Government commissions Holmes and Watson to travel to Germany in the company of leading German interpreter, Paul-Otto Schmidt, to help the authorities find the man who shot Horst Wessel, the leader of the Storm Troopers.

Holmes soon identifies Wessel’s attacker and takes part in a politically charged interrogation of him attended by the Gauleiter of Berlin, Joseph Gӧbbels.

The story climaxes at Wessel’s funeral where Gӧbbels delivers an incendiary speech to a baying crowd while Holmes muses on what good men should do in a world where evil thrives.


Orlando Pearson, creator of the well-known Redacted Sherlock Holmes series, commutes into London during the day and communes with the spirits of Baker Street by night.

An international businessman, his interests include classical music, history, literature, current affairs, sport and economics. All these themes find their way into his stories which are being translated into German and Italian.

Mr Pearson is married with two children and lives near Wisteria Lodge.