Arthur Conan Doyle "The Engineer’s Thumb"

Arthur Conan Doyle "The Engineer’s Thumb"

Arthur Conan Doyle "The Engineer’s Thumb"

 

Arthur Conan Doyle

All sorts of people visit Sherlock Holmes, the great detective, but they all have one thing in common: when they arrive at his London address in Baker Street, they all need his help in solving problems that the police cannot help them with. There are few cases that Holmes cannot solve. Fortunately for us, his friend and colleague, Dr Watson, is always with him, taking notes. These is one of Dr Watsons stories about Sherlock Holmes.

 

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