The Lost Casebooks of Sherlock Holmes by Donald Thomas
Thee Volumes of Detection and Suspense (Pegasus Crime)

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A stunning new omnibus to fulfill the appetite of every fan of Sherlock Holmes—three volumes of mystery and deduction from a master of the form 
In these sixteen tales of intellectual derring-do, Sherlock Holmes is shown at the height of his powers: He co-operates with a young Winston Churchill in the famed siege of Sydney Street; helps defeat a plan for a German invasion outlined in the Zimmerman Telegram; establishes a link between two missing lighthouse keepers and the royal treasures of King John; contends with a supernatural curse placed upon an eccentric aristocrat; and discovers a lost epic poem of Lord Byron.  Everywhere in these finely wrought tales, encompassing the critically acclaimed The Execution of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes and the King’s Evil, and Sherlock Holmes and the Ghosts of Bly, riddles and mystery hover in the air. But they are not beyond the grasp of the incomparable Sherlock Holmes.

About Donald Thomas

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Donald Thomas has published forty books, including poetry, fiction, biography, and true crime. A stage-play based on his work, The Return of Sherlock Holmes , was recently produced in Wales. His biography of Robert Browning was short-listed for the Whitbread Award and he received The Gregory Award from T. S. Eliot personally for his poetry collection Points of Contact . T he Execution of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes and the King's Evil and Sherlock Holmes and the Ghosts of Bly are all available from Pegasus Books. He lives in Bath.
Published August 7, 2012 by Pegasus Books. 1000 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Personal favorites are “The Case of the Crown Jewels,” “The Case of the Talking Corpse,” and “The Queen of the Night.” As a bonus, in addition to the eighteen new stories, readers are treated to a “Letter to Posterity from John H.

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