In their recorded exploits, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson faced all kinds of mysteries; from the mundane to the most foul and insidious. They solved riddles involving blackmail, thievery and murder — each with the same devotion to serving justice no matter the outcome.
In this latest collection of the bestselling series, Holmes and Watson will deal with three women all claiming to be the heir to a fortune, the brother of an old foe seeking revenge and a severed head sent to their apartment at 221B Baker Street.
Writers I.A. Watson, S. Subramanian, Fred Adams Jr. and Dexter Fabi have created thrilling new adventures that will challenge the detective duo in the most bizarre ways ever imagined.
Read by Roberto Scarlato.
Table of Contents:
The Woman Who Collected Queen Victoria
by I.A. Watson
A young spinster dies in a fire. Her only heir is a half-sister living in New Zealand. When three women arrive in London claiming to be her it falls to Sherlock Holmes to discover who is the genuine heir and who are the impostors.
The Problem at Farnaham
by S. Subramanian
When a retired judge dies of shock upon receiving a cryptic gang etching, it is up to Sherlock Holmes, confined to his apartments, to solve the mystery from afar.
The Affair of the Drunken Sexton
by Fred Adams Jr.
Grave robbers, a silent assassin and the Napoleon of Crime all are elements in a mystery that threatens the security of the empire.
The Second Adventure of the Empty House
by S. Subramanian
Seeking revenge, the brother of an old enemy resurfaces and plots to murder the Great Detective in a very familiar setting.
The Adventure of the Severed Heads
by Dexter Fabi
When a package containing a severed head is sent to 221B Baker Street it sets into motion one of Sherlock Holmes’ most puzzling cases. A case that will strike close to home when solved.