Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Botanist’s Glove and other Cases

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“The similarity of the two cases is striking, and the newspapers are starting to speculate on whether they might be related, but the local police insist that there are still too few indications of a shared culprit.”

When London’s alleyways and backstreets start brimming with murder, trickery and deceit, the dynamic duo – Holmes and Watson – step in to end the distressing pandemonium. Together with their extensive expertise and heedful vigilance, they charge in and take control of the tumbling situations.

When an evil ‘witch’ is suspected for the mysterious disappearances of numerous people, Holmes and Watson interfere to deal with the perplexing and deadly case. When the body of a deceased doctor goes missing from his coffin, the two take charge to solve the inexplicable mystery. When valuable props go missing from an Opera theatre, the manager summons the pair to recover the items before the thief auctions them off in the market.

  • Genre Sherlock Holmes
  • Language English
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 268 pages
  • Release Date 15-Jul-2017
  • ISBN 13 978-93-86348-58-6

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About the Author

Edited by David Marcum

David Marcum plays The Game with deadly seriousness. He first discovered Sherlock Holmes in 1975 at the age of ten, and since that time, he has collected, read, and chronologicized literally thousands of traditional Holmes pastiches in the form of novels, short stories, radio and television episodes, movies and scripts, comics, fan-fiction, and unpublished manuscripts. He has edited over sixty books, most Sherlockian-related anthologies, and is the author of nearly 90 Sherlockian pastiches (so far), some published in anthologies and others collected in his own books, "The Papers of Sherlock Holmes", "Sherlock Holmes and A Quantity of Debt", and "Sherlock Holmes – Tangled Skeins". He has edited over 800 Holmes pastiches and over sixty books, including several dozen traditional Sherlockian anthologies, including the ongoing series "The MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories", which he created in 2015. This collection is now up to 30 volumes, with several more in preparation. He was responsible for bringing back August Derleth’s Solar Pons for a new generation, first with his collection of authorized Pons stories, "The Papers of Solar Pons", and then by editing the reissued authorized versions of the original Pons books. He is now doing the same for the adventures of Dr. Thorndyke.