A Sherlock Holmes Trilogy

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Overview

The unmatched wits of Sherlock Holmes are called upon to solve three new mysteries in this fascinating trilogy, sending him and his faithful friend, Dr. Watson, to places throughout Europe during the Victorian and Edwardian periods.

Supernatural forces are suspected of murder in the case of The Satyr of Stonehenge, as Holmes and Watson comb the moors around the ancient stones and ultimately find clues to buried treasure.

The Edwardian art world...

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Overview

The unmatched wits of Sherlock Holmes are called upon to solve three new mysteries in this fascinating trilogy, sending him and his faithful friend, Dr. Watson, to places throughout Europe during the Victorian and Edwardian periods.

Supernatural forces are suspected of murder in the case of The Satyr of Stonehenge, as Holmes and Watson comb the moors around the ancient stones and ultimately find clues to buried treasure.

The Edwardian art world is the backdrop for The Curious Connoisseur, taking the reader on a delightful and educational journey into the circles of artists, dealers, collectors, and the lucrative business of art forgery.

In The Illusion of Glory, Holmes and Watson make their way through the most treacherous places in World War I era Europe, tracking and undermining the activities of those determined to sabotage world peace and productivity.

Old and new friends of Sherlock Holmes are sure to enjoy these three thrilling tales and the often charming, sometimes chilling settings in which they take place.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595151554
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/30/2000
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.68 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Book 1 The Satyr of Stonehenge 1
Author's Note 3
Chapter 1 Baker Street and Beyond 5
Chapter 2 Lestrade's Dilemma 11
Chapter 3 Salisbury and Stonehenge 18
Chapter 4 People of the Drama 24
Chapter 5 The Satyr 31
Chapter 6 A Day on the Plain 39
Chapter 7 Setting the Trap 43
Chapter 8 Closing the Nets 48
Chapter 9 The Golden Queen 56
Chapter 10 In Retrospect 62
Book 2 The Curious Connoisseur 71
Author's Note 73
Chapter 1 Baker Street Interlude 75
Chapter 2 The Borough of Greenwich 83
Chapter 3 The Connoisseur's Partner 96
Chapter 4 The National Gallery 102
Chapter 5 Somerset Gardens 115
Chapter 6 Enter Mycroft 121
Chapter 7 Country Sojourn 133
Chapter 8 An Artist's Life 146
Chapter 9 Sir Reginald's Art Society 160
Chapter 10 Underground Sepulcher 169
Epilogue 181
Book 3 The Illusion of Glory 185
Author's Note 187
Chapter 1 The South Downs 189
Chapter 2 The Clarion Call 195
Chapter 3 The Road to War 200
Chapter 4 The Mannings 210
Chapter 5 Sherlock Holmes, British Agent 217
Chapter 6 Watson's Mission 230
Chapter 7 Alpine Misadventure 241
Chapter 8 Rendezvous in Bern 250
Chapter 9 G. S. S. Revenge 260
Chapter 10 Delayed Exit 271
Epilogue 285
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2012

    Sherlock Canon additions

    Even there are only three stories in this book, they are multiple chapters and the page amount is worth the small bit you pay for. The stories read like the multi-chapter Study in Scarlet and Hounds of Baskerville to the extend you are revisiting the Moors of Britian.

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