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A BRAND NEW SHERLOCK HOLMES MYSTERY If you love Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's original, you'll love this gripping new tale from the world of Sherlock Holmes. PRAISE FOR PAUL D. GILBERT'S SHERLOCK HOLMES THE GIANT RAT OF SUMATRA "Since Sir Arthur created Sherlock Holmes, they have been many incarnation of him. I think Paul D. Gilbert's work is the closest to the original." K.G.A. "Cracking good story with plenty of history, action and Holmes at his best." Colin "Every line is saturated in atmosphere, and conveys the very same feelings as Doyle's original books. I couldn't possibly compare any previous attempts, this is pure Sherlock." Radulfus "Extremely well written indeed. Every bit as engrossing as the original Holmes stories." Kev Autumn 1898. London. A scandal in the making. Dockworkers are stunned by the arrival of the Matilda Briggs, a long overdue tea cutter returning from Calcutta. The dust-covered vessel has been abandoned by its crew, and seems to have drifted into a vacant berth guided by an unseen hand. The only member of the crew aboard is a lone cabin boy in the throes of death, following a murderous attack. The ship's log has also vanished without a trace. All that remains is a series of indecipherable markings have been scratched into the ship's decking. Sherlock Holmes and his faithful Watson are called to divest the Matilda Briggs of its secrets, only to be warned off. Then a young man appears at 122B Baker Street with a mysterious packet from his missing father - who disappeared journeying to London from Calcutta. A confounding conspiracy seems set to boil over. What was in the cargo besides innocent tea chests? Will the violence and rebellion that follow shift the tides from the favour of the Great Detective? Will the Giant Rat of Sumatra be revealed? And is the world finally ready for this tale to be told? Inspired from Conan Doyle's most famous untold mystery, acclaimed Sherlockian Paul D. Gilbert expands the reach of Britain's favourite sleuth in his most intriguing tale yet. DISCOVER THESE NEW ADVENTURES OF HOLMES AND WATSON. PERFECT FOR FANS OF THE ORIGINAL AND LOVERS OF CLASSIC MYSTERIES. ALSO BY PAUL GILBERT THE ODYSSEY OF SHERLOCK HOLMES TRILOGY
Book 1: SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE UNHOLY TRINITY
Book 2: SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE FOUR-HANDED GAME
Book 3: THE ILLUMINATION OF SHERLOCK HOLMES THE LOST FILES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES SERIES
Book 1: THE LOST FILES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
Book 2: THE CHRONICLES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
Book 3: THE ANNALS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES STANDALONE NOVEL
SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE GIANT RAT OF SUMATRA

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  • ISBN-13: 9781789312096
  • ISBN-10: 1789312094
  • Publisher: Joffe Books
  • Publish Date: September 2019
  • Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.52 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.55 pounds
  • Page Count: 226

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