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Five new puzzles to challenge the Great Detective and his ever loyal companion, Dr. Watson. Within these minutes they will encounter mythological fairies seeming to plague a beautiful country estate, man-eating tigers on the loose in the streets of London, and a stolen museum mummy.

These are only some of the mysteries awaiting the famous crime-solving duo as penned by today's most gifted writers: Aaron Smith, I.A. Watson, Joshua Reynolds, and Andrew Salmon. Both Salmon and Watson have won the prestigious Pulp Factory Award for their earlier Holmes tales. Salmon now a dual winner of that award.

©2011 I.A. Watson, Aaron Smith, Joshua Reynolds, Andrew Salmon (P)2016 RadioArchives.com

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