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Children: The Case Book of Sherlock Homes
Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Publisher: Om books
ISBN: 978-9386410016
Pages: 280
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The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes sees Sherlock Holmes solving some of the most puzzling cases again. His friend and biographer, Dr. Watson, chronicles how Holmes uses his extraordinary intellectual faculties and practiced power of observation to find out facts that most people didn’t even consider important. In Sherlock Holmes’s method of work, the most basic and mundane facts become the most damning of clues. His talent allows him to become the effective consulting detective who turns the pedestrian into extraordinary. This volume contains some of the most famous of Holmes’s successes, including The Illustrious Client, The Lion’s Mane, The Blanched Soldier and The Creeping Man. In this collection, we also see Holmes recording his own adventures.