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A very good choice for Kindle
on 1 August 2015
The works of ACD need no review from me; these notes are about the Simon & Schuster Kindle edition of the complete Sherlock Holmes.
First, if you haven't got a complete Holmes, I can thoroughly recommend this one for several reasons. The first is the introduction by Robert Ryan. Most of what he writes is about Watson, but it's very thoughtful and definitely worth reading. Obviously, he's promoting his own WWI Watson books, but that's allowable (especially as they're OK).
The index is well structured, and it's easy to find your way around. The other reason is excellent value for money.
Why not five stars? Well, there are all  sorts of random numbers  in brackets throughout the text. Second, anything written in _italics_ is denoted by underscores. Third, the stories are not listed in chronological order.
I doubt that anyone at S&S reads these reviews, or has the time to correct the errors, but if they do, I would recommend this at 5 stars. I must go now, the game is afoot...