Holmes’s quiet Christmas alone is disturbed in the early hours of Christmas morning, when the organist dies during the midnight service, and the vicar is accused of murder.
Boxing Day at 221B Baker Street is interrupted when Holmes and Watson are asked to find the owner of a stolen necklace.
The world stands on the brink of war — a war that will be fought in the sky. A marvellous new flying machine could tip the balance in Britain’s favour, but with enemy agents closing in, its inventor Mr. Butteridge will need the protection of Sherlock Holmes.
The year is 2540, and two powers loom large in the galaxy - Earth and Draconia. After years of peace, their spaceships are now being mysteriously attacked. The Master and the Doctor confront each other across the negotiating table, but can either of them restore peace at the frontier in space?
19 February 1919: Sherlock Holmes is called upon to investigate when the French Prime Minister is shot. Was this the work of a lone anarchist, or part of a larger plot to derail the Paris Peace Conference?
When two former soldiers are murdered, Watson is forced to revisit memories of his time in Afghanistan. Can Holmes solve the mystery of the tin soldiers found with the bodies, and identify the next target, before the killer strikes again?
Spies in Whitehall, an innocent man imprisoned, and a family uprooted. The Railway Children befriend an old man who hopes that things can be put right, but to uncover the truth he will need the help of Sherlock Holmes.
The Clockwork Kingdom sleeps, awaiting the day when their kidnapped princess is returned to them.
Has the Red-Headed League returned to complete the bank robbery thwarted by Holmes years before? All the evidence points to them, but who is the mastermind behind this reformed criminal organisation?
Before he created the Red-Headed League, John Clay had “one or two little turns” with Sherlock Holmes. But what were the crimes that brought this notorious criminal to Holmes’s attention, and how did he evade the Great Detective’s grasp?