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eBook Dead Man's Confession (The Adventures of Shelly Holmes, Case No 1) epub
  • ISBN: 1569691509
  • Author: Cass Lewis
  • Genre: Teens
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Family Vision Pr (October 1, 1993)
  • ePUB size: 1503 kb
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The great-granddaughter of Sherlock Holmes inherits her father's detective agency after he is killed in an auto accident. Dead Man's Confession. Book in the The Adventures of Shelly Holmes Series).

Dead Man's Confession.

The great-granddaughter of Sherlock Holmes inherits her father's detective agency Dead Man's Confession, Till Death Do Us Part (The Adventures Of Shelly. Book 1. The great-granddaughter of Sherlock Holme. ore.

Dead Man's Confession book. Dead Man's Confession (The Adventures of Shelly Holmes, Case No 1). ISBN. 1569691509 (ISBN13: 9781569691502).

The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes is the final set of twelve (out of a total of fifty-six) Sherlock Holmes short stories by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in the Strand Magazine between October 1921 and April 1927

The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes is the final set of twelve (out of a total of fifty-six) Sherlock Holmes short stories by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in the Strand Magazine between October 1921 and April 1927. However, they had slightly different titles.

Author of Till Death Do Us Part (The Adventures of Shelly Holmes, Case No 2), Dead Man's Confession .

Author of Till Death Do Us Part (The Adventures of Shelly Holmes, Case No 2), Dead Man's Confession (The Adventures of Shelly Holmes, Case No 1), Deadly Nightshade (The Adventures of Shelly Holmes Series Case, No 3.

He began his adventures in the very heart of the later Victorian era, carried it through the all-too-short reign .

He began his adventures in the very heart of the later Victorian era, carried it through the all-too-short reign of Edward, and has managed to hold his own little niche even in these feverish days. Thus it would be true to say that those who first read of him, as young men, have lived to see their own grown-up children following the same adventures in the same magazine. And so, reader, farewell to Sherlock Holmes! I thank you for your past constancy, and can but hope that some return has been made in the shape of that distraction from the worries of life and stimulating change of thought which can only be found in the fairy kingdom of romance.

The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes. At this point, Holmes begins to suspect something else

The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes. The Adventure of the Lion's Mane. Holmes goes to look at the lagoon formed by a recent storm that local men have been using as a bathing pond. He sees McPherson's towel lying there dry and concludes that he never went into the water. At this point, Holmes begins to suspect something else. The dead man's dying words, "lion's mane," have triggered a memory, but he cannot quite call it back to mind. Inspector Bardle of the Sussex Constabulary visits Holmes to ask if there is enough evidence to arrest Ian Murdoch. Holmes is sure that there is not.

The Adventure of the Creeping Man. Watson is called upon by Holmes, and he is somewhat annoyed at this. Watson finds one Nathan Garrideb in the phone book, while another one, John Garrideb visits them and is annoyed of their involvement in his matters

The Adventure of the Creeping Man. When he reaches Holmes, he founds him deep in thought over a case. Watson finds one Nathan Garrideb in the phone book, while another one, John Garrideb visits them and is annoyed of their involvement in his matters. He informs them of an american Alexander Garrideb, with a large fortune and no heirs, had divided his property in three parts and would give each part only to a Garrideb, given that all three are present.

The book had illustrations by a man called Sidney Page. And what is it its connection with the hat? This is the only case from The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes in which Holmes does not have any client. In fact, Holmes gets indirectly involved while he examines an old, worn out ha. ome questions that Holmes needs to answer are

Sherlock Holmes's great-granddaughter, Shelly, investigates a mystery in order to save her father's detective agency after her parents' death
Comments: (3)
nadness
While the quality of the story is diluted by the fact that the author probably attempts to create too much background and too many characters for a book of that size (probably because of serial nature of the book), this is a fun little book. It reminds me of the Trixie Belden series in tone. While it wasn't perfect, I walked away from it wanting the next book, I think that is the highest compliment one can give a serial. The things I thought were problematic: Shelly's teen romance, her niceness with regard to her brother, some of her relationships with her friends.
mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
Will Shelly Holmes follow her father's footsteps?
Of course, everybody knows her father,the great detective R. Sherlock Holmes. Will Shelly go into a detective career or will she take photography instead? She loves both detective work and photogaphy! But which one will she do? This is a great book if you love mystery like I do. It was a great page turning book! It was so good I couldn't stop reading it until the end! It was a great book and plan on reading Case #2! I hope it's as good as Case #1!
Vudogal
I read this book years ago and am still waiting for the next two! This is a really cute book, I like the characters, it moves along well and the heroine isn't an idiot. She seems like a normal teenager. Many teen books are too sickly sweet but this one is not. It is fun to read and I hope there are more to come in this series.
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