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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Barry's Book Reviews: "The Dogs Of Devonshire" by Demetrius Sherman

FOUR STARS: "The Dogs Of Devonshire" by Demetrius Sherman is a short story that grabs you as tightly as one of the Devonshire dogs from  the very beginning of the story. Fortunately you are not left mangled and broken as are the victims in the woods but nonetheless you are transformed by the message that Sherman delivers. The storyline is a classic Holmes and Watson type of plot set in modern day London. If you enjoy reading but have no time for full length novels, Sherman's short stories are sure to please. The writing is straight forward and although not as elegant as some, is still entertaining in its delivery.

1 comment:

  1. I will be sure to check out this short story as I loved reading Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie type mysteries when I was young. The short story format is certainly appealing given time constraints. Thank you for sharing!


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