Roger Riccard, one of the most respected Sherlock Holmes authors, has again taken pen in hand to bring forth the fourth set of five adventures in a new series of short stories for your entertainment.
The Piccadilly Poisoner – A patient of Dr. Watson exhibits signs of being slowly poisoned. Can Sherlock Holmes prevent the fatal dose from being administered?
The Dead Quiet Library – Two people have died under suspicious circumstances in an academic library which is purportedly haunted. Were they accidents as reported, or is there a more novel explanation?
The Raspberry Tart – There is something amiss about the relationship between a banker’s son and a beautiful young actress. What is the real reason behind the banker’s disapproval of the actress?
The Student Olympian – Why has a student, who is also a candidate for Great Britain’s 1908 Olympic team, suddenly disappeared?
Death on the Thames – A body turns up on a Royal Riverboat. Unusual circumstances call for the skills of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.
Sit back and enjoy reading this fourth volume of A Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases, and watch out for Volume 5 (U to Z) which will contain the final set of six excit
“It was as though Doyle had crafted these stories himself.” Amazon review of Riccard’s Sherlock Holmes: Adventures for the Twelve Days of Christmas.