" The concept of the Brothers of Baker Street revolves around 2 modern day London barristers, Reggie and Nigel Heath, who just so happen to have their chambers in the apartment building where the legendary Sherlock Holmes was purported to have solved so many 19th century crimes. As part of their lease they are required to answer all correspondence they receive addressed to the fictional sleuth. This is how they get involved with the great great grandchild of James Moriarty. The brothers and most of the other characters in the book were uninteresting. The plot was a real stretch of the imagination and moved too slowly. If you like the British amateur detective novel, you might enjoy this. But if you're looking for a lot of action--forget about it. "
— Joe, 2/8/2014