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Three's a Crowd


From the Diary of Mary Watson (Mrs)

Finding myself locked in a cramped cupboard below decks with my husband might be, in any other circumstances, an opportunity for a bout of adult fun, but squashed together with Mr Gooseberry himself, Johnny and I would have to forego that particular delight until later. 737 more words

Detective Fiction

A Claw in the Hand


Diary of Doctor J. Watson

“What are you waiting for?” hissed our captor. “Get going.”

“You can’t fool me,” I said, with as much bravado as I could muster. 1,001 more words

Detective Fiction

THE CASE OF THE LAST TWIN

This is the last of a batch of Sherlock stories I’ve written recently.  There have been 56 in all and i hope they have been enjoyed. 1,445 more words

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THE CASE OF THE ROMANTIC DETECTIVE

I examined the envelope carefully and the strong handwriting bearing my name and address in Rome took me back over a great part of my life. 1,369 more words

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THE CASE OF A CHANGE OF NAME

“This is very nice, very nice indeed,” murmured Annabelle Hyde as Holmes showed her into 221b Baker Street. I was standing on the landing as they entered, for I had seen them leaving the motor vehicle that must have brought them from the station as I gazed through the window. 1,187 more words

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THE CASE OF THE GRIEVING WIDOW

Doctor Watson was still in Rome where he was to speak at a medical conference concerned with the long term effects of conflict on damaged young men, and Sherlock Holmes was standing sadly next to a freshly-dug grave in the churchyard in Dumfries where his long-time friend and landlady, Mrs Martha Hudson, had been lain to rest. 1,177 more words

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THE CASE OF THE CONFUSED CLERIC

“I’ve had enough of this weather,” growled Sherlock Holmes as rivulets of water trickled down the window panes in the first floor room at 221b Baker street. 1,465 more words

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