Inventor Professor Mainwaring, the man with no identity, calls upon London’s greatest detective after his wife, home and life’s work disappear before his very eyes. Encountering danger and excitement along the way, Holmes and Watson follow the trail that leads them both through an exhilarating tale of conspiracy, mistaken identity, murder and mechanical triumph.
Revisiting tales of the past and considering the fate Britain’s future, Watson’s stories are gripping, thrilling and as funny as ever. More adventure and mystery with Andrews’ pastiche as Holmes and Dr Watson embark on another extraordinary case.
Sherlock Holmes and the Man Who Lost Himself is a journey that both Holmes and Watson find to be full of twists and turns right until the very end.
Praise for Val Andrews
‘A treat for any fan of the master detective.’- Tom Kasey, best-selling author of Cold Kill.
Val Andrews (15 February 1926 – 12 December 2006) was a music hall artist, ventriloquist and writer. Andrews was a prolific writer on magic, having published over 1000 books and booklets from 1952. He also authored Sherlock Holmes pastiches and Houdini’s novels.