Sherlock Holmes – The Dying Detective by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
‘Well, Watson, something bad has happened to me,’ Holmes said. ‘It seems I’m not indestructible after all.’
Watson’s worst fears have come true: his best friend, Sherlock Holmes, is dying! Watson is desperate to help, but Holmes is being his usual stubborn self and refuses to see a doctor. Yet with deadly traps, mysterious murder plots and a cunning coffee plantation owner to deal with, Watson begins to wonder whether everything is as it seems …
Book Review by Kelly Lacey
In Sherlock Holmes – The Dying Detective, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic detective faces his greatest challenge yet. Aimed at children aged 7-11 years old, this exciting adventure story introduces them to the world of crime-solving, deduction, and danger, with the stakes at an all-time high for the Great Detective himself. With easy to follow plot lines and the iconic Watson-Holmes partnership, this is sure to capture the imaginations of readers, young and old. Highly recommended!
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