Three previously unknown accounts in the case files of Sherlock Holmes, discovered and transcribed by Hugh Ashton: The Odessa Business, the Case of the Missing Matchbox and The Case of the Cormorant. These stories are written in the style of the originals by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Three more untold adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Case of Colonel Warburton's Madness, The Mystery of the Paradol Chamber, and The Giant Rat of Sumatra – all of which are told by the author who has been described as "the reincarnation of Sir Arthut Conan Doyle".
The deed box of Dr. Watson, presented to me some time ago by a friend who rescued it from the archives of a London bank, continues to produce treasures. The four stories in this collection, which I have entitled Secrets from the Deed Box of John H Watson MD, all represent some aspect of Holmes and his adventures that has previously been undiscovered.
Mentioned by Dr. Watson in his account of A Scandal in Bohemia, The Darlington Substitution tells of deceit, treachery, and murder most foul, set in the wild Border country of northern England. Holmes and Watson encounter a centuries-old legend telling of the extinction of an ancient noble family, and set against one of the most ingenious and fiendish villains ever to cross Holmes' path.