Authors: Jason Lethcoe
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No Place Like Holmes
Â© 2011 Jason Lethcoe
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Â Â The future door / Jason Lethcoe.
Â Â Â p. cm. â (No place like Holmes ; bk. 2)
Summary: When Charlotte, a long-term fan of Sherlock Holmes, moves into his former apartment on Baker Street then disappears along with a special invention, her neighbors and fellow detectives Griffin and his uncle try to find her in a race against the clock that bends time itself.
Â Â Â Â Â ISBN 978-1-4003-1730-1 (pbk.)
[1. Missing personsâFiction. 2. UnclesâFiction. 3. InventionsâFiction. 4. Time travelâFiction. 5. Christian lifeâFiction. 6. Characters in literatureâFiction. 7. London (England)âHistoryâ19th centuryâFiction. 8. Great Britainâ Historyâ19th centuryâFiction. 9. Mystery and detective stories.] I. Title.
Â Â Â Â PZ7.L56647Fut 2011
Â Â Â [Fic]âdc23
Printed in the United States of America
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Mfr: Quad Graphics / Fairfield, PA / November 2011 / PPO# 125603
Thank you for your timeless love.
You are my past, my present, and my future.
would like to acknowledge Molly Kempf Hodgin, my longtime editor and partner in crime. Thanks for your vigilance, skill, and unending support. Without your help, Griffin's story surely would have remained untold.
The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once.
t is of particular importance that we stick to the facts when talking about the history of Griffin Sharpe. Although scholars have attributed many fantastic deeds to the World's Most Secret Detective, we must try, if possible, to remain objective and sort out what is fact from fiction.