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Lock and Key: The Initiation Audiobook | Ridley Pearson | heavenlybells.orgPost a Comment. Set in modern times and focusing on Moriarty's bone-chilling beginnings, this middle grade mystery-adventure series will upend everything you thought you ever knew about Sherlock Holmes—and the true nature of evil. He is the Napolean of crime—and now, for the first-time ever, New York Times bestselling novelist Ridley Pearson explores the origins of his evil ways. Our story begins when James and his younger sister, Moria, are unceremoniously sent off to boarding school at Baskerville Academy. And now so too must James. Summary and image from goodreads.
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For Moira and James Moriarty, their first semester at Baskerville Academy opened a world of secrets surrounding their family history and brought them into contact with the strange and eccentric Sherlock Holmes. Our story begins when James Moriarty and his younger sister, Moria.
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Proving once again his amazing adaptability as a character, Sherlock Holmes is the star of Ridley Pearson's Lock and Key series for middle grade and, of course, elementary readers. Young readers might already be familiar with Pearson's books — he's the author of the bestselling Kingdom Keepers series and many other books for kids as well as a couple of dozen crime thrillers for adults. He also co-wrote the Starcatchers series with Dave Barry; the first of those, Peter and the Starcatchers , became a hit Broadway play. The Lock and Key books put Sherlock into a new situation: as a year-old boy attending a private school called the Baskerville Academy. There are several gigantic hounds in the story, but don't look for any hansom cabs rolling out of the London fog. Baskerville is located outside Boston — and in the 21st century. Sherlock's personality has survived the time shift intact: He's a "brilliant boy with far too high an opinion of himself and limited social skills," as one character says.