Long thought lost, the box containing the untold tales of the great detective Sherlock Holmes, deposited in the vaults of Cox & Co. of Charing Cross so long ago, has recently come to light. It was presented to Hugh Ashton of Kamakura, Japan, the maiden name of whose grandmother was Watson. Ashton has transcribed and edited the adventures he discovered in there, and they have been published by Inknbeans Press. Eleven adventures from the Deed Box series, 360 6"x9" pages reproduced in the style of the original canonical adventures, and bound together for the first time as a hardcover volume. These adventures of Sherlock Holmes are approved by The Conan Doyle Estate Ltd.
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These tales represent the shorter pieces (excluding The Darlington Substitution) that I discovered in the deed box. All have appeared in the three previous "Deed Box" collections, except The Trepoff Murder, which first appeared as a serial on the Web, and then as a standalone ebook.These adventures should be of interest to students of Sherlock Holmes, including those which Watson never even mentions in the canon, shedding as they do new light on the character and methods of the great detective.The interior of the book has been designed to mimic as far as possible the typography and orthography of the Strand Magazine. We trust that old friends of Sherlock Holmes, as well as those who are climbing the 17 steps of 221B Baker-street for the first time, will enjoy these tales.From the Back Cover:
For the first time, the eleven novellas and short stories discovered in the deed box that once belonged to Dr. John Watson, friend, confidant and biographer of the world's most famous and best-loved detective, Sherlock Holmes, are presented together. Cases in this volume:
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