While Watson has been busy ministering the sick during the war, Holmes has been immersed in a top-secret case. Watson is instructed to take care of the seriously ill Chancellor, Prince Max, who has the potential to overrule General Ludendorff and bring about peace. Yet with Prince Max's condition worsening and so little time, Watson and Holmes must work on decoding the President of the United States letter which contains information and instructions that are essential to restore peace.
|Publisher:||Little, Brown Book Group|
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About the Author
Lillian Beth Greenwood (b. 1932) is a Canadian writer who lives not too far from Michael Doyle and Barbara Roden. Her first novel, The Street Sparrows, is a historical set in the Victorian era - she describes it as a female version of Oliver Twist. She has also written three Sherlock Holmes novels, and is a member of the Vancouver Holmes organization known as the Stormy Petrels.