The first case Holmes ever solved - while at university, he helps out a friend who's father is dying of nervousness following a visit from a
Holmes investigates when the Californian bride-to-be of Lord St. Simon goes missing just before the wedding.
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The headmaster of an exclusive boarding school persuades Holmes to track down the abducted son of a wealthy duke.
A man is told by a palm reader that he will commit a murder. A satirical crime story that cleverly reverses the conventions of the genre.
Mystery in which a pawnbroker is offered an apparently unmissable job opportunity - only red-heads need apply.
A magistrate is visited by a doctor who hides a dark secret behind his penetrating pale blue eyes.
When Mr. Charles McCarthy is shot in a wood near Boscombe Pool, all (circumstantial) evidence appears to point at his son. But Holmes has do
Holmes investigates a case that begins when a young man finds his uncle terrified by five orange pips he receives in the mail.
An apparently impossible scenario involving the diappearance of three people from and the appearance of a totally unknown - dead - fourth on
Holmes reveals the existence of a single organiser behind half the crime in London - an evil genius named Professor Moriarty - and soon find
A man seeks Holmes' advice when his wife's odd behaviour leads him to suspect she is hiding a terrible secret.
A man takes his enemy to taste a rare wine - which he happens to keep at the far end of a vast, damp cellar.