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?
Every day, Jeff goes to the park and sits on a bench by the duck pond, as the leaves fall.
Every day he is alone… now she’s not there.
Don’t make a sound: Don’t say a word, or move a muscle, or even breathe.
Stay silent and they will never find you.
There’s a canine conundrum for Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson when a loyal pet turns against its owners.
The Adventure of the Felonious Fiancé - another mystery solved by Sherlock Holmes and recounted by Doctor Watson in the Strand Magazine. However, the old man who habituates the corner table in the A.B.C. teashop is not convinced.
In Providence Place there is a young girl who can see the future. Can Sherlock Holmes help her when she predicts a tragedy, and will he even believe her?
A whodunnit in 84 words.
A young woman is being followed through the streets of London. Who is this mysterious stalker, why is he shadowing her, and can Sherlock Holmes stop him?
Steampunk worlds are full of amazing machines that can do almost anything. They are stronger and faster, but are they cleverer? In the Tower of London, Sherlock Holmes faces a battle of wits with the latest technological wonder, the Deductive Man.
A few drops of rain are hardly something to worry about. After all a little water isn’t going to hurt you is it?