Whodunit Crime Puzzles by Hy Conrad

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How does Sherman Oliver Holmes succeed in finding and solving every crime? It's elementary--he's the great-great-grandson of Sherlock, with the same finely honed powers of deduction! Sherman just showed up in Capital City one day, wearing a deerstalker cap; though Police Sergeant Gunter Watson didn't quite believe the outlandish tale, he quickly learned to trust the newcomer's instaincts. Come along and watch Sherman's sixth sense in action as he uncovers thieves, murderers, and all-around bad guys.and test your own detective skills against this modern master of sleuthing.
* Someone snatched a million-dollar painting! Who was it?
* A man is slain while wandering through a maze. Can you find your way through the thicket of suspects and name the killer?
* It's foul ball when some young baseball players discover a burglary... or did one of them commit the crime himself?
And, in case Holmes has you stumped, the answers appear at the end.

About Hy Conrad

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Hy Conrad has made a career of mystery, developing a horde of popular games and interactive films over a span of thirty years, plus hundreds of stories, a dozen books of short mysteries, and three Edgar nominations. In the world of TV, he is best known for his eight seasons as a writer/producer for the groundbreaking series Monk as well as his work on White Collar and the web-based series Little Monk. His nonmystery work includes the upcoming humor book, Things Your Dog Doesn't Want You to Know.    
Published March 1, 2002 by Sterling. 96 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books.

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