Baker Street Boys e-book
by Anthony Read
As they reached the second-floor landing, a door opened and a smartly dressed young man in his twenties came out, smoothing back his dark, wavy hair.
As they reached the second-floor landing, a door opened and a smartly dressed young man in his twenties came out, smoothing back his dark, wavy hair. This is Victoria, Mr Gerald. I hope this one hasn’t got sticky fingers. He looked Queenie up and down and nodded. I dare say she’ll do. Victoria, eh? What do we call you? Vicky?. Queenie stole a quick glance at Violet and replied, Everybody calls me Queenie, si. .Ha! Yes – Queenie Victoria – very good.
Back at HQ, Sparrow flung himself down on his bed, weeping miserably. After a few minutes, however, his curiosity got the better of him, and he couldn’t resist asking what was the matter. Nothin’, Sparrow replied, burying his face in his mattress so that Shiner wouldn’t see his tears. Don’t look like nothin’ to me, Shiner said, not unkindly. What you cryin’ for, then?
The Baker Street Boys is a British television series made by the BBC and first shown in 1983.
The Baker Street Boys is a British television series made by the BBC and first shown in 1983. The series recounts the adventures of a gang of street urchins living in Victorian London who assist the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes in solving crimes and find themselves tackling cases of their own. Anthony Read planned out the show's format.
Baker Street Boys Paperback – 1 Aug 2005. by Anthony Read (Author).
Seventh in a thrilling, fast-paced adventure series about Sherlock Holmes's gang of street-urchin detectives. Now there are two lives for the Baker Street Boys to save, and time is not on their side. There's been a murder at the racing stables and Gertie's father, Patrick, stands accused. The punishment is death by hanging, and Gertie is beside herself.
Second in a thrilling, fast-paced adventure series about Sherlock Holmes's gang of street-urchin detectives. Holmes and Watson are out of town and it's up to the Boys to rescue Mary from the clutches of her evil stepfather, Marvin the Mystic. But Marvin is in cahoots with the dastardly Moriarty! Together they scheme to rob rich people's houses while Marvin performs seances. The Boys know Mary will never be safe with Marvin on the loose, so Rosie, the little flower girl, replaces Mary on stage in an attempt to reveal Marvin's scam.
Authors: Anthony Read, Brian N. Ball, Sydney J. Bounds. The Baker Street Boys book series by multiple authors includes books The Case of the Disappearing Detective, The Case of the Captive Clairvoyant, The Case of the Ranjipur Ruby, and several more. The Case of the Disappearing Detective. The Case of the Captive Clairvoyant. The Case of the Ranjipur Ruby.
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