The Scottish Ploy: A Mycroft Holmes Novel (Mycroft Holmes

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It always attacked, the kraalsmen said, at night, and smashed its way through the flimsy doors or roofs of stock-pens, making off with goats and sheep, anal often turning the pens into a veritable shambles. Which is silly, and a sop to a bunch of minor authors who would feel bad if the list consisted mainly of Hammett, Chandler, MacDonald, and a few others, as it should. This novel is what author Alex Halley dubbed “faction,” a blend of real events and people with fictional dialogue.

Pages: 352

Publisher: Forge Books; 1st edition (November 5, 2001)

ISBN: 0312876289

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