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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle died in 1930, but since then, his estate has stubbornly refused to authorize even one new Sherlock Holmes story. Until now. The exceptional qualifications of bestselling and Holmes expert Anthony Horowitz (Stormbreaker; Scorpia Rising) finally convinced the executors to commission him to write an official Baker Street installment. No loose modern remake, The House of Silk is narrated by Sherlock himself, restoring the voice and authenticity of a Holmesian mystery. As immediate and authentic as unwrapping a century-old package.