Black Ice by Andrew Lane
(Sherlock Holmes: the Legend Begins)

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A third case for teen Sherlock involves a heinous crime . . . and a brother with blood on his hands When Sherlock and Amyus Crowe, his American tutor, visit Sherlock’s brother, Mycroft, in London, all they are expecting is lunch and some polite conversation. What they find shocks both of them to the core: a locked room, a dead body, and Mycroft holding a knife. The police are convinced Mycroft is a vicious murderer, but Sherlock is just as convinced he is innocent. Threatened with the gallows, Mycroft needs Sherlock to save him. The search for the truth necessitates an incredible journey, from a railway station for dead bodies in London all the way to the frozen city of Moscow—where Sherlock is afoot in a world of secrets and danger.

Black Ice is the third book in Andrew Lane's series Sherlock Holmes: The Legend Begins.


About Andrew Lane

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ANDREW LANE works for the British government and has been an ardent Sherlock Holmes fan since the age of ten. He has written numerous spin-off novels based on the BBC sci-fi television series Doctor Who and is the author of The Bond Files: An Unofficial Guide to the World's Greatest Secret Agent. He lives in Dorset, England.
Published January 22, 2013 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR). 285 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Travel, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, History. Fiction

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Gr 6– 9—Teenage Sherlock Holmes is embroiled in another mystery when he visits his brother Mycroft at his club in London. He discovers Mycroft in a locked room with a dead body, a knife in his hand, and no recollection of what happened. Together with his mentor Amyus Crowe, Sherlo

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