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Login here Membership requires a valid email address. Sign up here. Book Description The last twelve stories written about Holmes and Watson, these tales reflect the disillusioned world of the s in which they were written.
Reader Reviews. Add a comment: You need to login to post a comment. Other books by author Jul He gets paler and thinner, and he eats nothing. Hudson asked. You know his way when he is keen on a case.
Yesterday he was out as a workman looking for a job. To-day he was an old woman.
Fairly took me in, he did, and I ought to know his ways by now. It's this case of the Crown diamond. They must get it back, sir.
Why, we had the Prime Minister and the Home Secretary both sitting on that very sofa. Holmes was very nice to them. He soon put them at their ease and promised he would do all he could.
Then there is Lord Cantlemere--" "Ah! He's a stiff'un, sir, if I may say so. I can get along with the Prime Minister, and I've nothing against the Home Secretary, who seemed a civil, obliging sort of man, but I can't stand his Lordship. Neither can Mr.