The Case Notes of Sherlock Holmes: His Greatest Adventures Brought to Life

The Case Notes of Sherlock Holmes: His Greatest Adventures Brought to Life

Joel Jessup
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Author:  Joel Jessup
Condition:  New
Format:  Hardback
Pages:  224
Publisher:  Welbeck Publishing Group
Year:  2018
ISBN:  9781787391505

The Case Notes of Sherlock Holmes are the files on which Watson based his later, more elaborate accounts of Holmes' investigations. They take the form of a scrapbook containing letters, sketches, newspaper articles and other documents sometimes mentioned in the more familiar forms of these stories, but often neglecting detail. Within these pages you will find Watson's sketches of the paw prints discovered near the body of Sir Charles Baskerville, drawings and notes of the 'Dancing Men' from Holmes's sketchbook, and Sherlock Holmes's final, heart-rending letter to Watson before his violent struggle with Moriarty in 'The Final Problem'.

Painstakingly researched, beautifully designed and packaged, and rich in period detail, this is a book that brings the world of 221B Baker Street vividly to life. It is a volume that no Sherlock Holmes fan will want to be without.

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