The devoted chronicler of the cases of Sherlock Holmes, Doctor Watson thinks he has figured out how Holmes arrives at his brilliant deductions, and in this exceedingly short story he tries his hand at it—only to be shown by the laughing Holmes how singular his ability truly is. A perfect reproduction of one of the petite volumes in the library of Queen Mary's Dolls' House, this adorable little book features a ribbon marker, gilded pages, and foil-stamped cloth covers. It measures just over 1¾ inches tall and is presented in a full-sized shelf case, with a colorful booklet about the Dolls' House and a transcript of Arthur Conan Doyle's handwritten original.
How Watson Learned The Trick: A Sherlock Holmes Story
Author: Arthur Conan Doyle.