Dr. John H. Watson's Last Chronicles: A Sherlock Holmes Story

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I have received the transcript of a recent discovery of a here-to-fore unknown chronicle written by Dr. John H. Watson, and whether or not these pages proves to be genuine, they present a fascinating chronicle of events paralleling the lives of Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes. If true, then a vast store of new knowledge has been opened to us and I think will gleam as bright as a diamond to be treasured by all who hold ...
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Overview

(This story has just been updated and proofed to correct mistakes made in the first printing)
I have received the transcript of a recent discovery of a here-to-fore unknown chronicle written by Dr. John H. Watson, and whether or not these pages proves to be genuine, they present a fascinating chronicle of events paralleling the lives of Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes. If true, then a vast store of new knowledge has been opened to us and I think will gleam as bright as a diamond to be treasured by all who hold Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson dear in their hearts and minds.
This transcript is somewhat long and at times rambling but I believe it to be a true accounting of what Dr. Watson felt at the time it was written, and at worst, if it be a forgery, it was cleverly done and still laudable in its context.
The last known writings of Dr. Watson un­covered by an London dealer in antiquities. In the reminiscing of his marriages, his steadfastness with Holmes, Watson is re­united one last time with Sherlock Holmes as he entails the surprising developments of a life sustaining substance by Sherlock Holmes. If what Holmes claims is true then the consequences of this discovery hold changes that would affect for all of human­ity. The decision will be determined by Sherlock Holmes and his brother, Mycroft Holmes as they strive to outwit the forces determined to obtain the secrets of the life sustaining substance. The surprise ending of the story will leave the reader seeing Holmes in a different light.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781453757857
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/20/2010
  • Pages: 84
  • Sales rank: 988,588
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.17 (d)

Meet the Author

C. Alfred Lewis, Sr. is a retired Private Investigator formerly operating his own agency with over 35 employees. He has over 40 years of national and international experiences, primarily in industrial espionage thefts, fraudulent insurance scams, and profiling jurors in high profile federal and civil court cases.
Retiring in 1993 he was finally able to pursue a lifelong desire to write. Since then he has published three other books, two Sherlock Homes pastiche novels, numerous short stories and poems, and a 498 page paranormal/adventure novel. He is recognized as an A. Conan Doyle authority on Sherlock Holmes Chronicles and he has authored for five years The Agony Column, a monthly Sherlockian Publication. He is also a collector of art and historical artifacts. He resides at Lewis Cottage with his wife, Lyn, a Lumbee Indian Princess, and their two cats in their home in Greenville, S.C.
For a two CD collection of this novel, and others, read by Dick Estell, The Radio Reader, National Public Radio, contact SirAlfred@BellSouth.Net.
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