Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Magnate's Son
by R. A. Steffan
From the diary of Mrs. Mary Watson, née Morstan:
My husband, Dr. John Watson, is an obsessive chronicler, but there are some cases solved by the great Mr. Sherlock Holmes that are either too sensitive, or too upsetting, for him to ever consider publishing. The events revolving around the infant son of the Manchester cotton magnate Henry Waterford and his wife, Olivia, form one such case.