Improbable adventures of sherlock holmes

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The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by John Joseph Adams

A Sherlockiana primer / Christopher Roden --
The doctors case / Stephen King --
The horror of the many faces / Tim Lebbon --
The case of the bloodless sock / Anne Perry --
The adventure of the other detective / Bradley H. Sinor --
A scandal in Montreal / Edward D. Hoch --
The adventure of the field theorems / Vonda N. McIntyre --
The adventure of the death-fetch / Darrell Schweitzer --
The shocking affair of the Dutch Steamship Friesland / Mary Robinette Kowal --
The adventure of the mummys curse / H. Paul Jeffers --
The things that shall come upon them / Barbara Roden --
Murder to music / Anthony Burgess --
The adventure of the inertial adjustor / Stephen Baxter --
Mrs. Hudsons case / Laurie R. King --
The singular habits of wasps / Geoffrey A. Landis --
The affair of the 46th birthday / Amy Myers --
The Specter of Tullyfane Abbey / Peter Tremayne --
The vale of the white horse / Sharyn McCrumb --
The adventure of the Dorset Street lodger / Michael Moorcock --
The adventure of the lost world / Dominic Green --
The adventure of the antiquarians niece / Barbara Hambly --
Dynamics of a hanging / Tony Pi --
Merridew of abominable memory / Chris Roberson --
Commonplaces / Naomi Novik --
The adventure of the Pirates of Devils Cape / Rob Rogers --
The adventure of the Green Skull / Mark Valentine --
The human mystery / Tanith Lee --
A study in emerald / Neil Gaiman --
You see but you do not observe / Robert J. Sawyer.
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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Sherlock Holmes is back! Sherlock Holmes, the world's first—and most famous—consulting detective, came to the world's attention more than years ago through Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novels and stories. But Conan Doyle didn't reveal all of the Great Detective's adventures.

The four of them had sat in paralyzed silence as the old man made his long, slow way up the corridor to his study. There were no sounds but the thud of his cane, the laboured rattle of his breathing, the plaintive miaow of a cat in the kitchen, and the steady beat of the pendulum in the parlour clock. Then they heard the squeal of hinges as Hull opened his study door and stepped inside. He came from Hull 's dressing chamber, went to the gallery railing, and called down to ask if all was well. Hull looked up- Stanley saw him as plainly as I see you right now, old fellow-and said all was absolutely tip-top. Then he rubbed the back of his head, went in, and locked the study door behind him.

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Sherlock Holmes, the world s first-and most famous-consulting detective, came to the world s attention more than years ago through Sir Arthur Conan Doyle s novels and stories. These are the improbable adventures of Sherlock Holmes, where nothing is impossible, and nothing can be ruled out. In these cases, Holmes investigates ghosts, curses, aliens, dinosaurs, shapeshifters, and evil gods. But is it the supernatural, or is there a perfectly rational explanation? You won t be sure, and neither will Holmes and Watson as they match wits with pirates, assassins, con artists, and criminal masterminds of all stripes, including some familiar foes, such as their old nemesis, Professor Moriarty. In these pages you ll also find our heroes crossing paths with H.


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