The Case Files of Sherlock Holmesby Dr. John Watson
The extraordinary adventures of Sherlock Holmes, the world's most famous detective and assitant, Dr. John H. Watson. The Case Files are an excellent way to examine the crimes and even review items of evidence first hand from such case as The Hound of the Baskerville, and many more! Carefully filled special evidence bags are secured within the pages of this book.
- Fall River Press
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- 8.70(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.80(d)
Meet the Author
Guy Adams is a Sherlock Holmes aficionado as well as being a writer and actor. He has the distinction of being the youngest actor to play Holmes on the professional stage. Guy has worked with the highly experienced graphic designer Lee Thompson on a number of publishing projects, including the bestselling Life on Mars TV tie-in (Pocket Books) and The Rules of Modern Policing (Bantam Press) by Gene Hunt.
Designer Lee Thompson has worked for several major publishing houses as a graphic designer and was the person responsible for artistic direction on both Life On Mars: The Official Companion, Volumes One and Two (Pocket Books) and The Rules of Modern Policing (Bantam Press). He has also worked as both a designer and series consultant on a variety of part-work magazines, on brand development projects for Metrostar, Sony Pictures, and former gift-book publisher MQ Publishing.
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The book helps you know the details of Sir Arthu Conan Doyle's most famous detective so that your can follow the cases of six of Sherlock's stories. The fine detail this author gives to Dr. John Watson's letters on original papers from that period allows you to be part of the solving of the crimes. There's a bonus too: Irene Adler's picture!
Mostly because I LOVE mysteries. And I Love how observent he is. And the era he lived in. I also really enjoyed this book because I love interactive books with loose papers. SO MUCH FUN! It really brings the book to Life even more.
This collection from the case files of Dr. Watson is a 'must have' for any serious Holmes fan. Included are notes and artifacts from A Scandal in Bohemia, The Red-Headed League, the Boscombe Valley Mystery, The Dancing Men, The Hound of the Baskervilles, and The Final Problem. The material is a ticket to the London of Holmes, and the trip is one that can be enjoyed again and again. Highly recommended.