London. The capital of an empire. And, once again, the game is afoot!
In this highly thrilling mystery, Sherlock Holmes and his companion Dr Watson embark on a mission to find a painting stolen from one of the King’s residences while the Royal Illusionist, Horace Goldin, was performing.
While not currently under suspicion, the cheerful foreigner Goldin would like to have the matter resolved as quickly as possible and seeks the duo’s aid. Holmes and Watson travel to Sandringham House disguised as assistants in the illusionist’s act and discreetly investigate the matter.
Navigating mysteries and kings, illusions and brutish aides, the duo explore Sandringham House and its grounds, racing against the clock to solve the mystery. Holmes and Watson work to find the truth, but this truth may get Holmes in a bit of trouble …
Set against the backdrop of a pre-World War 1 England, ‘Sherlock Holmes and the Sandringham House Mystery’ is a journey that both Holmes and Watson find to be full of twists and turns right until the very end.
‘A treat for any fan of the great detective.’ – Robert Foster, best-selling author of ‘The Lunar Code’.
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.