Baker Street Dozen

Sherlock Holmes and The Baker Street Dozen

by Val Andrews

A Collection of Thirteen Short Stories

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Product Description

Here are thirteen brilliant short stories, featuring Sherlock Holmes, by the master crime writer, Val Andrews. Each story will provide the reader with a fascinating escape into the Edwardian world of Sherlock Holmes – the world’ s greatest detective.

Discover who has been stealing costly Havana cigars from Kinema Theatres in London. What was the clue that alerted Sherlock Holmes? Who strangled the man in charge of the freak show at the fun fair on Hampstead Heath? What is the significance of the Lobster Quadrille in the story with that title?

Could Sherlock Holmes outwit those who use the Gypsy Switch to hoodwink their trusting clients? Again our great detective proves that his knowledge is enough to put those who delight in deceit behind bars. What was the maestro’s problem in the story with that title? What was the link between the flute player and the death of a Brazilian Indian?

Sherlock Holmes uses his consummate skill and his encyclopaedic knowledge of little known facts and obscure detail to solve each of the thirteen mysteries dreamed up by Val Andrews who is considered to be one of the leading writers specialising in creating new adventures featuring the Baker Street sage and his faithful companion, Dr. Watson.

by Val Andrews

Additional Information

Weight 191 g
Dimensions 21.6 × 14 × 1 cm
Author

Val Andrews

Format

Paperback

Pages

129

ISBN-13

978-0947533410

Publisher

Breese Books

Language

English

Published

1997