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"His Last Bow" is a series of stories featuring the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. This particular book is the 2nd story of this series. Enjoy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's imagination as you read "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box." 2nd book of 8 book series *Matte cover with wrap-around cover art* *Sherlock Holmes! "His Last Bow" is a series of stories featuring the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. This particular book is the 2nd story of this series. Enjoy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's imagination as you read "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box." 2nd book of 8 book series *Matte cover with wrap-around cover art* *Sherlock Holmes!


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"His Last Bow" is a series of stories featuring the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. This particular book is the 2nd story of this series. Enjoy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's imagination as you read "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box." 2nd book of 8 book series *Matte cover with wrap-around cover art* *Sherlock Holmes! "His Last Bow" is a series of stories featuring the world's most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes. This particular book is the 2nd story of this series. Enjoy Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's imagination as you read "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box." 2nd book of 8 book series *Matte cover with wrap-around cover art* *Sherlock Holmes!

30 review for His Last Bow: The Adventure of the Cardboard Box

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ahmad Sharabiani

    The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, Arthur Conan Doyle The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, is one of the 56 short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is the second of the twelve Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes in most British editions of the canon, and the second of the eight stories from His Last Bow in most American versions. The story was first published in The Strand Magazine in 1893. Miss Susan Cushing of Croydon receives a parcel in the post that contains two severed hu The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, Arthur Conan Doyle The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, is one of the 56 short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is the second of the twelve Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes in most British editions of the canon, and the second of the eight stories from His Last Bow in most American versions. The story was first published in The Strand Magazine in 1893. Miss Susan Cushing of Croydon receives a parcel in the post that contains two severed human ears packed in coarse salt. Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard suspects a prank by three medical students whom Miss Cushing was forced to evict because of their unruly behaviour. The parcel was sent from Belfast, the city of origin of one of the former boarders. Upon examining the parcel himself, Holmes is convinced that it is evidence of a serious crime. He reasons that a medical student with access to a dissection laboratory would likely use something other than plain salt to preserve human remains, and would be able to make a more precise cut than the roughly hacked ears suggest. The address on the package, roughly written and with a spelling correction, suggests to Holmes that the sender lacks education and is unfamiliar with Croydon. The knot in the string suggests to Holmes that they are looking for someone with sailing experience. تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1998میلادی عنوان: جعبه مقوایی؛ نویسنده: آرتور کانن دویل؛ مرجم: مژده دقیقی؛ تهران، شهر کتاب، هرمس (کارآگاه)؛ 1377؛ در ده و 169ص؛ چاپ دوم 1384؛ چاپ چهارم 1389؛ شابک 9789646641341؛ چاپ پنجم 1392؛ موضوع: داستانهای کارآگاهی از نویسندگان بریتانیایی - سده 19م مترجم: سید حبیب الله لزگی؛ تهران، ذکر، قاصدک، 1392؛ در 16ص؛ شابک: 9789643075828؛ فهرست: «پیشگفتار، ص هفت»؛ «مسئله هویت، ص 1؛ «راز دره باسکامب، ص 27»؛ «جعبه مقوایی، ص 61»؛ «کارمند بورس اوراق بهادار، ص 91»؛ «ملاک رایگبیت، ص 117»؛ «مرد خمیده پشت، ص 145»؛ سر آرتور ایگناتیوس کانن دویل، 1859میلادی - 1930میلادی، آفرینشگر «شرلوک هولمز» در «ادینبورگ» به دنیا آمدند؛ در رشته پزشکی در دانشگاه همان شهر تحصیل کردند؛ سپس دستیار دکتر «جوزف بل»، یکی از استادان خود شدند؛ معروفست «سر آرتور» الگوی شخصیت ه«ولمز» را، از استاد خود گرفته است روزی گرم در تابستان است؛ نامه ای از سوی بازرس «لستراد»، به خانه ی شماره ی 221بی در خیابان «بیکر» میرسد، که «شرلوک هولمز» را از رخداد جنایتی هولناک، آگاه میکند؛ خانم «سوزان کوشینگ»، زنی سالخورده، و منزوی، بسته ای را، با محتویاتی ترسناک، دریافت میکند؛ «جعبه ای مقوایی» که درون آن، دو گوش انسان، است؛ پلیس نخست خیال میکند که آنکار، نوعی شوخی عجیب، و تاریک است، اما «هولمز» خیال دیگری دارند؛ «شرلوک»، با تواناییهای بیمانندش در استنتاج و دیدن جزئیات، و البته به یاری دکتر «واتسون»، از خیانتی با عواقبی خونین، پرده برمیدارند؛ تاریخ بهنگام رسانی 04/11/1399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا. شربیانی

  2. 4 out of 5

    Aishu Rehman

    The adventures of the cardboard box by sir Arthur Conan Doyle is an excellent story or I must say an excellent short & sweet story with world's best detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson. The story begins by the scene that Sherlock Holmes is laying on the sofa and Dr Watson is lost in thought then Sherlock Holmes is reading something and while reading he told Dr Watson what he ( Watson ) was thinking. Inspector Lestrade got a case in which Miss Susan Cushing received a parcel and when she opened The adventures of the cardboard box by sir Arthur Conan Doyle is an excellent story or I must say an excellent short & sweet story with world's best detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson. The story begins by the scene that Sherlock Holmes is laying on the sofa and Dr Watson is lost in thought then Sherlock Holmes is reading something and while reading he told Dr Watson what he ( Watson ) was thinking. Inspector Lestrade got a case in which Miss Susan Cushing received a parcel and when she opened it, she found two severed human ears. During investigation she told Lestrade that she suspects three medical students. But when Lestrade found no way to solve the case then he called Sherlock Holmes and asked him to join the case. Sherlock Holmes did his investigation and found that its a serious crime. With his excellent observations and a few questions to Miss Susan Cushing he was able to solve the case. He wrote something on the paper and give it to Lestrade and requested him that he didn't attach his name in investigation. Brilliant dialogues with superb characters like Susie, Sarah, Marry and Jim and offcourse Sherlock Holmes and Watson, this is a good read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bill Lynas

    When a lady receives a cardboard box in the post, containing two severed human ears, Sherlock Holmes & Doctor Watson leave the oppressive heat of their Baker Street lodgings for another fascinating adventure. It's always good to revisit a Holmes story, especially one I've not read for a long time. Like most of Conan Doyle's writing the author gives you more entertainment in a short story than others manage in a whole novel. When a lady receives a cardboard box in the post, containing two severed human ears, Sherlock Holmes & Doctor Watson leave the oppressive heat of their Baker Street lodgings for another fascinating adventure. It's always good to revisit a Holmes story, especially one I've not read for a long time. Like most of Conan Doyle's writing the author gives you more entertainment in a short story than others manage in a whole novel.

  4. 4 out of 5

    DJ

    "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box" is the second story in the His Last Bow: 8 Stories story collection, the eighth publication in the Sherlock Holmes series. Holmes investigates the case of a woman who has received two freshly-severed human ears in a cardboard box delivered to her house. An enjoyable story in typical Holmesian fashion. "The Adventure of the Cardboard Box" is the second story in the His Last Bow: 8 Stories story collection, the eighth publication in the Sherlock Holmes series. Holmes investigates the case of a woman who has received two freshly-severed human ears in a cardboard box delivered to her house. An enjoyable story in typical Holmesian fashion.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Charles van Buren

    Charles van Buren TOP 1000 REVIEWER Not one of Holmes' complicated cases August 10, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Review of free Kindle edition A Public Domain Book Publication date: May 12, 2012 Language: English ASIN: B0082XIB2Q 27 pages A simple case which Holmes solves very quickly. The remaining roughly 50% of the story consists of Holmes explaining his reasoning to Watson and of the criminal's statement as to why he did it. Charles van Buren TOP 1000 REVIEWER Not one of Holmes' complicated cases August 10, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Review of free Kindle edition A Public Domain Book Publication date: May 12, 2012 Language: English ASIN: B0082XIB2Q 27 pages A simple case which Holmes solves very quickly. The remaining roughly 50% of the story consists of Holmes explaining his reasoning to Watson and of the criminal's statement as to why he did it.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jaksen

    An interesting tale from either The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, or His Last Bow. (Different stories appeared in diff. volumes in England and the US.) A middled-aged, placid, and kindaboring English woman receives a box with two severed ears in it. Of course Lestrade, both puzzled and somewhat amused by all this, brings the matter to the attention of Sherlock. With dazzling insight and a thorough inspection of the weird items, Mr. Holmes pretty much solves the problem. (Also with a bit of informat An interesting tale from either The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, or His Last Bow. (Different stories appeared in diff. volumes in England and the US.) A middled-aged, placid, and kindaboring English woman receives a box with two severed ears in it. Of course Lestrade, both puzzled and somewhat amused by all this, brings the matter to the attention of Sherlock. With dazzling insight and a thorough inspection of the weird items, Mr. Holmes pretty much solves the problem. (Also with a bit of information gathered from questioning the woman.) A few runs here and there, an errand or two and he is proven right. This story was slightly scandalous at the time, as it involved some illicit goings-on, something which didn't appear in stories 'written for boys.' But I suppose as adults got in on the action (as we adults will do, often taking over entertainment 'meant for children' as our own), Sir Arthur upped the ante, so to speak. Oh, what wild ones those late Victorians be! Three stars

  7. 5 out of 5

    Saman

    Miss Susan Cushing of Cross Street, Croydon receives a cardboard box sent by post from Belfast. On opening the box she was horrified to find two human ears, freshly severed, inside it. Is it a practical joke or a serious crime? Miss Susan has two younger sisters, Sarah and Mary. Mary got married to a steward, Jim Browner and resides at Liverpool. Miss Sarah has once been intimate with Jim when she had gone to stay with the Browners, until recently, when a quarrel divided them and she returned to Miss Susan Cushing of Cross Street, Croydon receives a cardboard box sent by post from Belfast. On opening the box she was horrified to find two human ears, freshly severed, inside it. Is it a practical joke or a serious crime? Miss Susan has two younger sisters, Sarah and Mary. Mary got married to a steward, Jim Browner and resides at Liverpool. Miss Sarah has once been intimate with Jim when she had gone to stay with the Browners, until recently, when a quarrel divided them and she returned to Croydon to stay with her elder sister. Once again Lestrade has asked for Sherlock's assistance in the case. Whose ears have been severed? Was it sent to Miss Susan or to someone else? The story ends with an unexpected turn of events which was both startling and astonishing.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Zainab Al saba'a

    "What is the meaning of it, Watson?” said Holmes solemnly as he laid down the paper. “What object is served by this circle of misery and violence and fear? It must tend to some end, or else our uni- verse is ruled by chance, which is unthinkable. But what end? There is the great standing perennial problem to which human reason is as far from an answer as ever.” Sad story. What a pity :( "What is the meaning of it, Watson?” said Holmes solemnly as he laid down the paper. “What object is served by this circle of misery and violence and fear? It must tend to some end, or else our uni- verse is ruled by chance, which is unthinkable. But what end? There is the great standing perennial problem to which human reason is as far from an answer as ever.” Sad story. What a pity :(

  9. 4 out of 5

    Darinda

    The second short story in His Last Bow by Arthur Conan Doyle. A woman receives a cardboard box in the mail, and in it are two severed ears. Sherlock Holmes is on the case. Interesting mystery.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rob Thompson

    Susan Cushing asks Holmes for help. Her sister Mary Browner has disappeared. It doesn't look like Holmes' type of case until he is informed of the grisly contents of a present. A package containing two severed ears packed in salt. We now become embroiled in a story of spousal abuse, jealousy, and murder. Although the case itself is simple and solved quickly by Sherlock, he provides a step-by-step explanation of the steps taken to reach a conclusion. It provides unique insight to Sherlock's logic Susan Cushing asks Holmes for help. Her sister Mary Browner has disappeared. It doesn't look like Holmes' type of case until he is informed of the grisly contents of a present. A package containing two severed ears packed in salt. We now become embroiled in a story of spousal abuse, jealousy, and murder. Although the case itself is simple and solved quickly by Sherlock, he provides a step-by-step explanation of the steps taken to reach a conclusion. It provides unique insight to Sherlock's logical methods.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Abbie

    I've never read any Arthur Conan Doyle before, but I had to study this with my Year 10 class and I really enjoyed it. The class were also really engaged, forming lots of theories as we went though. I'm looking forward to reading more Sherlock Holmes Stories! I've never read any Arthur Conan Doyle before, but I had to study this with my Year 10 class and I really enjoyed it. The class were also really engaged, forming lots of theories as we went though. I'm looking forward to reading more Sherlock Holmes Stories!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Crime Addict Sifat

    Longing for a great riddle story? You can't turn out badly with Arthur Conan Doyle, a towering figure in the start of the analyst fiction classification. This short story highlights ace investigator Sherlock Holmes endeavoring to pinpoint the beginnings of a strange and bloody bundle. Longing for a great riddle story? You can't turn out badly with Arthur Conan Doyle, a towering figure in the start of the analyst fiction classification. This short story highlights ace investigator Sherlock Holmes endeavoring to pinpoint the beginnings of a strange and bloody bundle.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jason Parent

    Not much of a mystery...

  14. 5 out of 5

    Zee

    Short story. The one with two human ears mailed to a woman. Whose ears? Who sent them?

  15. 4 out of 5

    John Yelverton

    This is a rather dark Sherlock Holmes story with no one to really root for in the end, but it is quite enjoyable to see Sherlock Holmes' methods in full utilization once again. This is a rather dark Sherlock Holmes story with no one to really root for in the end, but it is quite enjoyable to see Sherlock Holmes' methods in full utilization once again.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Arnab Das Gupta

    Book - The Adventure of the Cardboard Box Writer - Sir Arthur Connan Doyle The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, is one of the 56 short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is the second of the twelve Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes in most British editions of the canon, and the second of the eight stories from His Last Bow in most American versions. The story was first published in The Strand Magazine in 1893. Miss Susan Cushing of Croydon receives a parcel in the post that conta Book - The Adventure of the Cardboard Box Writer - Sir Arthur Connan Doyle The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, is one of the 56 short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is the second of the twelve Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes in most British editions of the canon, and the second of the eight stories from His Last Bow in most American versions. The story was first published in The Strand Magazine in 1893. Miss Susan Cushing of Croydon receives a parcel in the post that contains two severed human ears packed in coarse salt. Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard suspects a prank by three medical students whom Miss Cushing was forced to evict because of their unruly behaviour. The parcel was sent from Belfast, the city of origin of one of the former boarders. Upon examining the parcel himself, Holmes is convinced that it is evidence of a serious crime. He reasons that a medical student with access to a dissection laboratory would likely use something other than plain salt to preserve human remains, and would be able to make a more precise cut than the roughly hacked ears suggest. The address on the package, roughly written and with a spelling correction, suggests to Holmes that the sender lacks education and is unfamiliar with Croydon. The knot in the string suggests to Holmes that they are looking for someone with sailing experience. A simple case which Holmes solves very quickly. The remaining roughly 50% of the story consists of Holmes explaining his reasoning to Watson and of the criminal's statement as to why he did it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    At the beginning of the story, Holmes amazes Watson when he “follows the unspoken thoughts of his companion,” which I can see, to an extent, but not to the point that Holmes states he’s done it. Not only is the incredibly detailed description of Watson’s every thought creepy a-f, but there isn’t enough time for Holmes to deduce the exact spot Watson is looking, read his facial expressions and correctly deduce them according to Watson’s assumed thought process, as well as correlate what he sees w At the beginning of the story, Holmes amazes Watson when he “follows the unspoken thoughts of his companion,” which I can see, to an extent, but not to the point that Holmes states he’s done it. Not only is the incredibly detailed description of Watson’s every thought creepy a-f, but there isn’t enough time for Holmes to deduce the exact spot Watson is looking, read his facial expressions and correctly deduce them according to Watson’s assumed thought process, as well as correlate what he sees with what he knows of Watson’s past and any prior knowledge of current/past events that will cause Watson’s reactions. Don’t get me wrong, Doyle wrote this very well, but I’m not buying what he’s selling. Watson’s eyes pucker. Holmes is thrifty. G. Lestrade. Holmes is rather cavalier and quickly dismisses the case to Lestrade. Holmes has so much dialogue when he speaks, that I am often surprised when I’m thrust back into the POV of Watson. Not sure if this is deliberate of Doyle, but it pulls me from the story sometimes. In regards to the mystery, Holmes really should attribute his success in this case to loose lips. If Miss Susan Cushing hadn’t felt compelled to tell her life story after Holmes pointed out a family picture, this case would be much harder to unravel. Jim Browner’s confession is written beautifully, with the perfect amount of love and angst and sadness, eventually descending into hatred and madness. Wonderful ending. Great story.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lloyd Hughes

    A spinster receives two severed ears packed in salt in a cardboard box in the post. The authorities, Inspector Lastrade, believe it might be a prank perpetrated by medical students at a nearby university. But, nevertheless, they call for Sherlock, and it doesn’t take him long to learn the spinster has two sisters. One, Sarah, had moved out recently because of her meddlesome habits and sharp temper. The other, Mary, lives in a nearby village and was married to a sailor. When Sherlock examined the A spinster receives two severed ears packed in salt in a cardboard box in the post. The authorities, Inspector Lastrade, believe it might be a prank perpetrated by medical students at a nearby university. But, nevertheless, they call for Sherlock, and it doesn’t take him long to learn the spinster has two sisters. One, Sarah, had moved out recently because of her meddlesome habits and sharp temper. The other, Mary, lives in a nearby village and was married to a sailor. When Sherlock examined the package and twine, he noticed then twine was cut, not untied, that it was coated with some tar-like substance, and was tied ln an eloquent but efficient knot. Hmm...he made a couple of visits, an inquiry or two, and took the ‘generalized’ answer to the authorities. It’s Sherlock, it’s 5 stars, which means it’s essential reading for people who like to read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    Listened to this in an audio collection of Sherlock Holmes stories. It started off promising, but I was ultimately unimpressed with the structure. There didn't seem to be much opportunity, if any, for the reader to figure out the solution, and then a good portion of the story relied on a long explanation of what happened in the form of a confession after the fact. Though it's not fair to judge a story out of the context of it's time--Doyle hardly had access to what we know about storytelling as Listened to this in an audio collection of Sherlock Holmes stories. It started off promising, but I was ultimately unimpressed with the structure. There didn't seem to be much opportunity, if any, for the reader to figure out the solution, and then a good portion of the story relied on a long explanation of what happened in the form of a confession after the fact. Though it's not fair to judge a story out of the context of it's time--Doyle hardly had access to what we know about storytelling as he was at the forefront of a genre--I just didn't enjoy this. I tried a third Holmes story in the collection, and gave up on it. Seems Sherlock Holmes is just not for me. But I really enjoyed Doyle's The Lost World, so perhaps I'll stick to his non-Holmes novels.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    A parcel from Belfast is delivered to Susan Cushing at her home in Croydon. Inside are two human ears packed in salt. Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard believes this is a prank foisted upon Miss Cushing by former medical students who were her boarders. The parcel was sent from Belfast, the city of origin of one of the former boarders. But leave it to Sherlock to know this is evidence of a horrific crime, and a sister of Miss Cushing is missing! A memorable passage: On emptying [the cardboard bo A parcel from Belfast is delivered to Susan Cushing at her home in Croydon. Inside are two human ears packed in salt. Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard believes this is a prank foisted upon Miss Cushing by former medical students who were her boarders. The parcel was sent from Belfast, the city of origin of one of the former boarders. But leave it to Sherlock to know this is evidence of a horrific crime, and a sister of Miss Cushing is missing! A memorable passage: On emptying [the cardboard box] which was filled with coarse salt, Miss Cushing was horrified to find two human ears, apparently quite freshly severed. The box had been sent by parcel post . . . The story is easy and straight forward for a relaxing evening read. 💥 Recommended. 🟣

  21. 5 out of 5

    James

    This story begins when a pair of human ears arrive in the post. We see Inspector Lastrade make another appearance. This is a story of sisters, love, marriage, insanity and revenge. Similarly, now that Holmes’ drug issues are out of the picture, we see Arthur Conan Doyle re introduce addiction back into the story line. In this case, alcoholism. There are references to relapsing and giving up a ‘blue ribbon’. This must be a reference to the Washingtonians, the pre cursor to AA.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    I was disappointed with this story. There is some interest in hearing about how the crime took place, but there is very little of the actual crime or even the figuring out of the crime. The majority of the story is the explanation. I do like the explanations at the end of Sherlock Holmes' stories, but I don't want the whole story to be the explanation. I was disappointed with this story. There is some interest in hearing about how the crime took place, but there is very little of the actual crime or even the figuring out of the crime. The majority of the story is the explanation. I do like the explanations at the end of Sherlock Holmes' stories, but I don't want the whole story to be the explanation.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jesse

    An excellent little mystery by the greatest mystery author in our language. It has all the hallmarks of a Sherlock Holmes story: innocuous beginning, mysterious puzzle with obtuse clues, a smug and ever-changing Holmes, a desperate crime and a nicely wrapped ending. Great read for anyone who enjoys mystery, short stories, Sherlock Holmes, or ear-related crime.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mike McAdam

    I love Sherlock Holmes stories. This one is quite clever as usual and I love seeing things play out and the deductive reasoning behind everything. No spoilers so I won't even address the plot but I will say the relationships, the individuals and their quirks are endlessly fascinating to me. If you like Sherlock Holmes, you will enjoy this story as much as the others. :) I love Sherlock Holmes stories. This one is quite clever as usual and I love seeing things play out and the deductive reasoning behind everything. No spoilers so I won't even address the plot but I will say the relationships, the individuals and their quirks are endlessly fascinating to me. If you like Sherlock Holmes, you will enjoy this story as much as the others. :)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

    Another great Sherlock Holmes story. If you're in the mood for a detective and his Bosworth solving yet another perplexing mystery in Holmes usual almost workmanlike but brilliant passing as competent manner, then this may be just the ticket. Another great Sherlock Holmes story. If you're in the mood for a detective and his Bosworth solving yet another perplexing mystery in Holmes usual almost workmanlike but brilliant passing as competent manner, then this may be just the ticket.

  26. 4 out of 5

    S

    Would def be open to reading more Holmes short stories! The deductions were interesting, the story didn't drag too long, and it was a pretty good experience all around. Also the general domestic friendship of Holmes and Watson is p wholesome too. Would def be open to reading more Holmes short stories! The deductions were interesting, the story didn't drag too long, and it was a pretty good experience all around. Also the general domestic friendship of Holmes and Watson is p wholesome too.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Have read all of Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and probably others as well, just never bothered to put them in to amazon or goodreads, so dates wrong. Some KU some paperback some hardback some collections. Have read all of Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and probably others as well, just never bothered to put them in to amazon or goodreads, so dates wrong. Some KU some paperback some hardback some collections.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    I think I read this years ago but regardless, anything Sherlock is always good.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chelsea-Shea Brown

    My favorite so far !!!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Warren Nast

    A Sherlockian horror story that just goes to show no matter what age you live in people like this kind of stuff.

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