This is the third book in The Baker Street Mysteries series by Michael Robertson. The premise is that two brothers, Reggie and Nigel, who now have their law offices in the 200 block of Baker Street are sometimes mistakened for the descendants of Sherlock Holmes.
A crime committed during the time when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories were being published in The Strand comes to light and threatens the welfare of Reggie and his fiancé on the eve of their wedding.
Robertson’s writing pulls us along nicely for a while. Unfortunately, about halfway into the book, we know who the criminal is, and the tension dissipates. Switching points of view between the brothers doesn’t work well at all. The story abruptly ends with a bit of narration instead of action after the brothers meet up on the moors. What worked for Poirot doesn’t work for Reggie and Nigel. That is too bad since the Moriarty premise was interesting, and Robertson has some obvious writing skills. For those reasons, I’ll probably take a look at his other books, but I can’t recommend this installment.