Sherlock Holmes Whodunits
Figuring out perplexing puzzles may be elementary for Sherlock Holmes, but now you've got a chance too. See if you can measure up to the great detective and his trusted partner Dr. Watson, housekeeper Mrs Hudson, and Scotland Yard's Inspector Lestrade as you match wits with the evil Professor Moriarty and other assorted scoundrels. 116 different puzzles pose a variety of problems and crimes to be solved, including code breaking; whodunits; identity parades; scenes of crime; sorting out stolen loot; identifying and interpreting clues; logic puzzles; maths puzzles; word and letter puzzles; coin and card puzzles; Based on author's Baker Street cartoon strip, syndicated to many newspapers and magazines in the UK and around the world. Author lives in Fife, Scotland. Each puzzle is accompanied by a humorous drawing to add to the fun! Hours of brain-teasing fun featuring the most famous detective in literature! New Edition: originally published in 2000 under the title Sherlock Holmes Puzzles of Deduction (ISBN 0-8069-9675-7)
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