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A Partridge in a Pearl Tree – A crown containing the famous Partridge Ruby of Burma goes missing before Christmas, and so does the nun who was wearing it.
The Two Turtledoves – Will the famous photograph and its subjects have a negative effect on Holmes’s success as a detective?
The Three French Henchmen – Watson works with Mycroft Holmes and his agents to foil Professor Moriarty’s gang, after Holmes’s ‘death’ at the Reichenbach Falls.
The Four Calling Birds – An American Men’s Quartet, on a visit to London, seek the detective’s help to prove their innocence of a murder.
The Five Gold Rings – Holmes and Watson seek the stolen gift of Olympic Rings from King Edward to the King of Belgium.
The Six Geese at a Gander – Holmes must stop an assassination attempt at a Christmas Eve dinner where British nobility are the primary guests, but the target is unknown.
The Seventh Swann – The heir-apparent to Lord Swann is missing. Has he been kidnapped? Is he still alive?
The Eighth Milkmaid – A young child has joined the staff at the home of Holmes’ former professor. But who is she, really?
The Ninth Ladyship at the Dance – Queen Victoria’s daughter, Princess Beatrice, has come under threat by unknown forces. How will Holmes protect her?
The Tenth Lord Leaping – The Earl of Dunbar has been observed undergoing strange physical gyrations. What is his secret?
The Eleven Pipe Problem – Mysterious thefts are happening all over Edinburgh. What, or who, do they have in common?
The Twelfth Drumming – The clock strikes midnight. A shot The Twelfth Drumming – The clock strikes midnight. A shot rings out and Sir james is dead. There is no sign of an intruder nor murder weapon. Who pulled the trigger? How did they get away?
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