Title: Morse’s Greatest Mystery and Other Stories
Author: Colin Dexter
Page Count/Review Word Count: 122
This book was fun, a nice, quick read that features a couple of different short stories about Inspector Morse, including one in which he himself is the victim of a crime, as well as a short story set at Christmas. Perhaps most interestingly of all is the inclusion of a short story about Sherlock Holmes, which was presumably written by Dexter but reads like it was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle himself. In fact, I’m pretty sure I’ve read it somewhere else before.
I recommend this one, whether you’re a Morse fan or not.
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