The Fall of the Amazing Zalindas by Tracy Mack
(Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars)

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Mysteries are the next big thing! This is a new spin on the most famous detective stories of all time, focusing on the kids who helped Sherlock Holmes solve mysteries and save England from doom.

Sherlock Holmes stories captured readers' imaginations for more than a century. Now Tracy Mack and Michael Citrin will capture the hearts of a new generation with a unique new twist on these beloved mysteries.

Few know: Holmes was assisted by a band of devoted boys, street urchins who loved to solve mysteries, called the Baker Street Irregulars. These boys go everywhere, see everything, overhear everyone undetected. Now, in this exciting tale, Wiggins, Ozzie, Simon, and the rest--with the aid of Pilar, a gypsy girl--help Sherlock Holmes solve the case of the deaths of the Amazing Walendas.
 

About Tracy Mack

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Mack is a book editor and a devoted yogini.
 
Published September 1, 2006 by Orchard Books. 272 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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(Since Watson is the "author" of the detective's stories, the boys believe he's played down their contributions out of jealousy, and, indeed, Watson says of them: "With troops like these, we would have lost India long ago.") Led by the street-smart Wiggins and Ozzie, a scrivener's apprentice, the...

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The Fall of the Amazing Zalindas is full of details, reads like a casebook and has fine illustrations which give the book a good flavor.

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