The Count of Samerand and the Ghost of Belgravia

Rated 3.67/5 based on 4 reviews
The Count of Samerand is the final authority on crime, so much so that inspector James Wright of Scotland Yard has felt it necessary to bring eccentric count in on many a case. It is through these dealings and their unique meeting that the good inspector has to rely and even admire the count. In his later years he picks up his pen to defend this unique man, when the count is no longer able to. More
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Words: 5,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476328201
About Bryan Porter

I was born in Springhill Nova Scotia to David and Wendy Porter. Through most of my life I have dreamed of publishing my own works, since as far back as I can remember I have always created stories in my mind, and on rare occasion shared them with others.

My first work The Count of Samerand and The Ghost of Belgravia is a homage to Sir Aruther Conan Doyle and his Sherlock Holmes series. Though the count has deliberatively different character traits.

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Review by: Pat Geesin on May 10, 2013 :
Read your 3 free volumes last night. Stories are interesting, composition is atrocious. Proofread! The elements of composition, grammar, punctuation, sentence structure DO MATTER! Use a dictionary! Do you know the difference between accent and assent? (for just one example) These works wouldn't receive a passing grade from a sixth grade teacher! They are a long way from ready for publication. (Unable to change "stars" rating. It's locked in place. These Do NOT rate 5 stars.)
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Review by: Patti Smith on July 29, 2012 :
Loved the story ,can't wait for more !!!!
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Review by: leeann holt on May 10, 2012 :
Had to put down the stars :)
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Review by: leeann holt on May 10, 2012 : (no rating)
I can say it is a great book, it's not something I would usually read, but I did read it and I loved it! It gives off the sense of a Sherlock Holmes type of book. It's hard for me to actually put it in words, so read it for yourself!
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