Sherlock Holmes is the world’s most famous and successful detective. Every one of his cases was solved, and then written up for publication by Dr. John H. (Hamish) Watson, Holmes’s life long friend and chronicler. But not all his cases were published. A few had loose ends; a mystery that could not be solved, even by Sherlock Holmes. These cases were consigned to a safe lockbox in the vault of England’s oldest banking establishment. Over the course of two world wats they became lost. Recently they were found, and coming into my hands, I am publishing them. To make them available as quickly and as inexpensively as possible, I am publishing them as Kindle ebooks. Now for the first time ever you can read two of the famous lost cases of Sherlock Holmes:
Sherlock Holmes And The Alien Abduction http://amazon.com/dp/B006ATXXTA
Sherlock Holmes And The Mutilated Cattle http://amazon.com/dp/B006OBWMXC
In the case of the Alien Abduction a mysterious death is solved, a beautiful lady of high station is saved from scandal, and all are satisfied except for Holmes. A loose end remains, a curious unexplainable fact regarding elapsed time and speed of transit, that cannot be explained. When you learn just what the unexplainable fact is, and know the disquieting implication associated with it, you will understand why Sherlock Holmes did not allow publication.
In the case of the Mutilated Cattle Sherlock Holmes’s investigation brings about an end to these crimes, as he predicted. The mysterious phenomena of mutilated cattle, and mutilated cattle high up in trees, come to an end. But again there remains a loose, an unexplainable fact that that cannot be explained, and a disquieting implication associated with it. When you learn just what the unexplainable fact is, and know the disquieting implication associated with it, you will understand why Sherlock Holmes did not allow publication.
These two newly published cases fully display Sherlock Holmes’s astonishing abilities of observation and analysis. It is doubtful that any other cases ever displayed his astonishing abilities to greater affect, but with less satisfaction to him.
If you like reading Sherlock Holmes cases, you will enjoy reading these ebooks.