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The Baker Street Boys: The Case of the Stolen Sparklers

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This is the fifth title in a thrilling adventure series about Sherlock Holmes' gang of street-urchin detectives.When Lady Mountjoy's diamond tiara goes missing, Polly, one of the maids, is accused of the theft. But Polly didn't do it. Discovered by the Baker Street Boys, out of a job and with nowhere to go, Polly begs them to help her - and so they find themselves with another mystery to solve. Wiggins hits upon a plan: why doesn't Queenie apply for the newly vacated job, infiltrate the house and see what she can find out? It seems there are certainly things to be discovered: Lady Mountjoy is broke and in desperate need of money; she has a wastrel brother living with her as a hanger-on; and, both of them know Professor Moriarty...

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About Anthony Read

Anthony Read worked as a scriptwriter and editor for television programmes including Doctor Who and The Professionals. He has more than 200 screen credits to his name and won the Writers' Guild TV Award for the 1980s TV series of The Baker Street Boys. Anthony, who also writes non-fiction for adults, lives in Berkshire.

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