This is a continuation of my best selling "Sherlock Holmes And the Man In Concrete" now also available in German and Spanish.
A concrete block with the head of a young attractive woman sticking out of it is found at low tide. The detectives at Scotland Yard ask for Sherlock Holmes's help. Holmes and Watson investigate, and find there is no evidence at all, no clue to go by.
But Holmes realises that the complete absence of any clue is itself an important clue. It indicates that this apparent crime of passion is in fact an attempt by master criminal Moriarty to keep Sherlock Holmes occupied, while Moriarty proceeds to steal an unusually large shipment of gold bullion held by the Bank Of England.
Holmes and Watson investigate, and confirm that the gold bullion is very well guarded, but nevertheless Holmes predicts that it will be missing soon. The next morning Holmes receives a message that the gold bullion is gone! Holmes and Watson both confirm that the gold bullion is missing.
Then Holmes proceeds to- but to learn what Holmes does, and to discover how he brilliantly solves both the crime of the woman in concrete, and the theft of the missing gold, read the ebook.
If you like reading about Sherlock Holmes, you will enjoy reading this ebook. With 10 illustrations, and hyperlinked chapters,