Sherlock Holmes and The Broken Watch of Meiringen

Echoes of the Reichenbach Falls brings Holmes and Watson to the 1902 'Paris in London' exhibition. A gold pocket watch that once belonged to James Moriarty has been discovered. Holmes believes the watch to be "The Holy Grail", the one thing that his evil sister, Julia Moriarty MUST possess. Holmes must now devise a guileless, grand deception to trap her but there are grave risks to all concerned, More

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Language: British English
ISBN: 9781370865499
About Dick Gillman

Dick Gillman is a Yorkshireman in his 60's. He retired from teaching Science in 2005 and moved to Brittany, France in 2008 with his wife Alex, Truffle, the Black Labrador and Poppy, the cat. He still has strong links with the UK where he visits his two grown up children and his grandchildren.

During his retirement he has written over twenty Sherlock Holmes short stories, the majority of which are published here. His latest short story, Sherlock Holmes and The |Devil's Claw was published at Smashwords June 2018. Successfully publishing both e-books and paperbacks, he has also been selected to contribute a story to the superb, World Record beating and ongoing Sherlock Holmes anthology. In Volume II, published by MX in October, 2015, his story, Sherlock Holmes and The Man on Westminster Bridge had the privilege of being chosen as the anchor story in this volume of the anthology. The recently published Volume X, contains his acclaimed story, Sherlock Holmes and A Brush With Death.

Watch out for further Sherlock Holmes short stories throughout 2018 and treat yourself to his very latest seven story collection, 'Julia Moriarty - in memorium' which contains all the stories in which Holmes crosses swords with the beautiful, but deadly, Julia Moriarty. This is available an e-book and can be found as a paperback at all major online bookstores.

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