Sherlock Holmes and The Lymington Affair
by Dick Gillman
Watson's interest in sailing prompts Holmes to instruct him in its finer points. However, Holmes falls desperately ill and poisoning on a grand scale is suspected. As Holmes recovers, Watson visits his aunt and exposes the true extent of the horror. Holmes's deductions and a reminder of Watson's embarassing exposure in the 'The Bishop's Tiepin' case leads Holmes to propose an unexpected solution.