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When Holmes' father is arrested for the murder of a
servant, Sherlock is called in by his brother Mycroft to prove their
father's innocence and clear the family name. Holmes reluctantly agrees to
help, but the fractious relationship between father and son makes the case
doubly a challenge. Will they be able to put aside age-old hostilities and
find the true culprit before the accused has his date with the gallows?
After decades of forced absence, Holmes returns to his childhood home, in
the process unlocking long-repressed feelings which force him to confront
his troubled past and threaten to expose his darkest secrets.
The descendant of a celebrated explorer calls at Baker Street with a curious tale. The late explorer's
coffin, interred in the family mausoleum, has been broken into and Holmes,
intrigued by the man's story, believes that there may be more to the
incident than first meets the eye.
Holmes pits his wits against a sadistic killer, a man who
had evaded the detective's clutches some years previous. When the killings
resume, Holmes must identify the murderer and apprehend him before he
Holmes and Watson travel to Paris in pursuit of a dangerous
foe, but they soon find that a far greater enemy is lying in wait for
them, eager for revenge.
Strange unseen forces are in play when Dr. Watson takes
up an offer from overseas. The resulting sea journey brings about an
encounter that takes him back to the gaslit streets of London and could
solve the most fabled of mysteries.
This title is available
in these editions:
• Deluxe Hardcover with Dust Jacket
• Perfect Bound Paperback
• Kindle eBook
228mm x 152mm - US Trade
214 pages -
eBook ISBN 978-1-291-34230-7
Published August 2012 (Hardcover &
eBook published March 2013 and February 2014