Thank you, NetGalley for a free ebook copy of this book in return for an honest review. This book is due to be published on the 25th Jan 2018. This was a quick read, as the writing flows well and it was very easy for me to become absorbed by the text. I liked the short story format, as it lends itself well to mysteries in cases such as these and makes the book feel like it’s being read even faster (which then sucks you in more and the cycle repeats). I liked the odd little explanation as to why this situation came about and why the two men are involved in solving mysteries, and I would very happily read this book again. Along with the twists and turns of a mystery (which is both cosy and shocking), there were also a couple of funny moments which I enjoyed and were deftly woven into the storyline. It’s not a groundbreaking portrayal of the “Sherlockian” genre, however for those who enjoy this sort of book it’s a nice read and one that will be gotten through quickly and happily. I’m hoping that there are further stories released as I’d definitely pick them up and enjoy them.