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Book Title: The Sherlock Files--the 100 Year Old Secret, 3 Cds [Unabridged Library Edition]|
The author of the book: Tracy Barrett
Edition: Listening Library
Date of issue: January 1st 2008
ISBN 13: 9780739367636
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"Go to The Dancing Men and ask for a saucer of milk for your snake. Then all will be revealed."
That's all the note says-before the ink disappears Xena and Xander Holmes think living in London will be boring. But when they discover they're related to Sherlock Holmes and inherit his unsolved casebook, life becomes much more exciting.
The siblings set out to solve the cases their famous ancestor couldn't, starting with the mystery of a prized painting that vanished a hundred years ago. Can two smart twenty-first-- century kids succeed where the celebrated Sherlock Holmes could not?
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Read information about the authorTracy Barrett has written more than twenty books for children and young adults. She’s much too interested in too many things to stick to one genre, and has published nonfiction as well as historical fiction, mysteries, fantasy, time travel, myth and fairy-tale retellings, and contemporary realistic novels. She knows more about ancient Greece and Rome and the European Middle Ages than anyone really needs to know, can read lots of dead languages, and used to jump out of airplanes.
Tracy grew up near New York City, and went to college in New England and graduate school in California. She majored in Classics and earned a Ph.D. in Medieval Italian. She was awarded a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to study medieval women writers and won the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Work-in-Progress Grant in 2005. She taught Italian and other subjects at Vanderbilt University for almost thirty years. She lives in Tennessee with her 6’7” husband, a rescue cat, and two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.