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Sherlock Holmes: The Plague of Dracula
Stephen Seitz
J-2332  
Rs.299  
212p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-583-5  
Two of the most famous figures in Popular Cutlure meet in these previously undisclosed papers.

After Mina Murray asks Sherlock Holmes to locate her fiancee, Holmes and Watson travel to a land far eerier than the moors they had known when pursuing the Hound of the Baskervilles. The confrontation with Count Dracula threatens Holmes’ health, his sanity, and his life. New adventure of Sherlock Holmes, so terrifying it could not be revealed until now. Sherlock Holmes, the master of rational analysis, confronts Count Dracula, master of the occult. Will Sherlock Holmes survive his battle with Count Dracula?

STEPHEN SEITZ is a well-known journalist and author who lives in Springfield, Vt. His reporting and interviews have appeared in newspapers and magazines all over New England. This is his first novel.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Whitechapel Vampire
Dean P. Turnbloom
J-2331  
Rs.350  
300p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-582-8  
Jack the Ripper is on the loose, terrorizing the streets of London’s seamy East End

In this fast-paced novel set in the Victorian London, a string of heinous murders in London’s East End has Inspector Abberline of Scotland Yard baffled and his boss, Commissioner Sir Charles Warren furious that no arrests have been made of the culprit the newspapers have dubbed “Jack the Ripper”. With pressure for an arrest mounting, a reluctant Abberline calls on Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson for assistance.

Using a combination of intuition, luck, and good old-fashioned police work, the trail they follow leads them directly to Baron Antonio Barlucci. The wealthy Italian financier is a long time family friend of Sir Charles and a ruthless vampire. His trail of blood stretches from Paris to London and if he’s not captured soon an innocent young Italian immigrant will swing from the gallows for a murder he didn’t commit.

The baron, though, has other plans. He’s come to London to enlist the aid of a young American, Dr Alan Tremaine, to cure his vampirism. To complicate matters, the baron has fallen in love with Sir Charles’s niece, Abigail Drake.

Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts, “Jack the Ripper” aficionados and fans of old school vampires will find something to love in this meticulously researched novel that dares cross multiple genres.

DEAN TURNBLOOM was born in southern Indiana in 1954. Seventh child of a coal miner, he joined the US Navy in 1973, where he served for thirty years.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Outstanding Mysteries
Gerard Kelly
J-2333  
Rs.299  
340p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-588-0  
It has been argued that Sherlock Holmes is more famous, worldwide, than William Shakespeare and there is evidence to support the claim. The great detective is, almost certainly, the most famous fictional character of all time, and in this, the latest collection of his adventures from Doctor Watson’s old tin dispatch box, the mysteries range from the poignant tragedy of novice nun Jane Stiles to the thrilling race against time as Holmes battles to secure a fabulous legacy for his young client Andrew Newton. From the brutal serial killer known as The Mayfair Strangler to Holmes’ gruesome encounter with Catacausis Ebriosis or Spontaneous Human Combustion. From the locked-room mystery of Alexander Cavendish’s demise to the ruthless cunning of The Peddler of Death, Holmes needs all his deductive powers to unravel the clues and bring the guilty to justice. This compilation, comprising a Baker’s (street) Dozen of his adventures, re-creates the gas-lit, fog-enshrouded world of Victorian London as once more Sherlock Holmes urges, ‘Come, Watson, the game’s afoot!

GERARD KELLY is a retired Draughtsman with a passion for writing. In addition to his Sherlock Holmes stories he has written three novels, Tempus, Stasis and Rites of Passage. He has also written a factual book called The Great Debate (Evolution or Creationism?). Mr Kelly is married with a daughter and three grandsons and lives with his wife Marlene in Cheshire.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Untold Adventures
Luke Benjamen Kuhns
J-2334  
Rs.299  
240p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-589-7  
In the year 1933 an elderly Dr John Watson is looking back over his life and his time spent with his brilliant friend and master of deduction Sherlock Holmes. He writes in a letter to the reader that he has assembled a list of seven untold adventures that span from his and Sherlock’s early years until the time of Sherlock’s retirement. Watson explains that he wishes to leave, not only his family but the public with a final compilation of adventures that he and Sherlock shared while he is still able.

In these seven stories Holmes and Watson are caught in the middle of multiple Government Scandals (Acquitted Client & Diamond Jubilee) cold blooded murders (Poisoned Affair & Saint Mary’s Murder) and Terrorist groups (The Yellow Handkerchief). As well Holmes and Watson come face to face the spirits of darkness (The Haunted Hotel) and in a story that works through over a decade of Holmes’ cases, we learn the truth about Watson’s marital life and what happened to his wife Mary after Holmes’s apparent death at Reichenbach (The Solved Problem).

LUKE BENJAMEN KUHNS is a graduate of the University of Manchester where he studied Theology. Luke is an experienced musician and lyricist where for a time Luke served as head writer on several music endeavors. He grew up in a small town in Indiana, USA where he spent hours creating worlds of fiction in short story and poetic form. Luke is a great lover of literature and considers CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien, Robert Lewis Stevenson, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to be his biggest creative inspiration. He currently resides in London where he enjoys being in the heart of the British Empire which is home to many of his favourite stories.

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Sherlock Holmes The Verse of Death and other stories
Edited by David Marcum
J-2578  
Rs.299  
260p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-912-3  
Join Sherlock Holmes as he solves a string of thrilling new cases in The Verse of Death and Other Stories.

Embark on 11 exciting mysteries of attempted rape, murder and theft. Watch Holmes and Watson solve the mystery behind the disappearance of an engineer who steals one-of-a-kind blueprints in Larceny in the Sky with Diamonds and the thief who ransacks valuable paintings and sketches in The Glennon Falls. Also included in this volume are: The Affair of Miss Finney, The Adventure of the Sleeping Cardinal and The Onion Vendor’s Street.

The cases only get more and more perplexing!

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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Gujarati)
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
J-605G  
Rs.185  
324p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-679-5  
Now in Gujarati

Sherlock Holmes, the gaunt, ascetic, ruthlessly logical pursuer of crime and mystery created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle needs no introduction. The adventures of this sharply witty and moody detective and his lovably pedantic and faithful friend Dr. Watson are a perennial source of inspiration to lovers of crime fiction.

Sherlock Holmes a predecessor of a long line of amateur detectives elevated criminal investigation to a fine art. His original and imaginative plot races along like a furious roller coaster, leaving the reader guessing which way it will turn next...

Read on to find out how Holmes and Dr. Watson solve mysteries of
• A Scandal in Bohemia • The Blue Carbuncle
• The Red-Headed League • The Speckled Band
• A Case of Identity • The Engineer’s Thumd
• The Boscombe Valley Mysteries • The Noble Bachelor
• The Five Orange Pips • The Beryl Coronet
• The Man with the Twisted Lip • The Copper Beeches
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Sherlock Holmes: The Secret Archives
June Thomson
J-2328  
Rs.350  
320p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-579-8  
A mysterious veiled lady carries a counterfeit painting into an art dealer’s office. A widow with three hands slips out of a church door. A farmer lies dead in a barn, his son accused of his murder. A skeleton with a silver locket is unearthed in a back garden. What do they have in common? The famous resident of 221b Baker Street.

Welsh countryside, the great detective Sherlock Holmes, accompanied as always by his faithful friend and biographer Dr Watson, must solve cases as complex as any he has known before, some of which bring him face to face with old enemies from the past, figures left behind in the mists of the Reichenbach Falls…

A brand new cache of original cases from the brilliant imagination of June Thomson displays the master of the art of deduction at his intriguing best and proves that the game is still very much afoot.

JUNE THOMSON, a former teacher, has published over thirty novels, twenty of which feature her series detective Inspector Jack Finch and his sergeant, Tom Boyce. She has also written six pastiche collections of Sherlock Holmes short stories. Her books have been translated into many languages. June Thomson lives in St Albans, Hertfordshire.

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New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes*
Donald Thomas
J-2234  
Rs.299  
368p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-435-7  
Jaico Sherlock Holmes Series

From the Fertile Crescent to the Far Fast, the untold adventures of Sherlock Holmes during the three-year gap between his ‘death’ and dramatic return.

Sherlock Holmes is dead – or so most of the world thinks. His fatal plunge over the Reichenbach Falls as he struggled with his archenemy, Moriarty, has been widely reported.

But Holmes has escaped and is alive.

From 1891 to 1894, Holmes wanders through Asia. He is alone, without Watson, without Scotland Yard, armed only with his physical strength and his revered cold logic and rationality. The adventures recounted in The Lost Years of Sherlock Holmes range from Lhasa to Katmandu, from the East Indies to the deserts of Rajasthan. He confronts the tsarist agent Dorjiloff, the great art thief Anton Furer, and the mysterious Captain Fantôme. For Holmes’s fans throughout the world, the stories in The Lost Years of Sherlock Holmes fill an enigmatic missing chapter in the great detective’s career.

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The Execution of Sherlock Holmes*
Donald Thomas
J-2235  
Rs.350  
368p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-436-4  
Jaico Sherlock Holmes Series

Drugged, manacled, condemned to a dank cell in the depths of London’s infamous Newgate prison, the world’s greatest literary detective awaits execution by a vengeful crew of formidable enemies. Escape is impossible; death, a certainty.

But not for Sherlock Holmes, who, in a stunning display of intellect and derring-do, will elude his hangman’s noose and live to fiddle, spy and ratiocinate another day.

Against tremendous odds, Holmes will continue to defy his enemies in four more encounters, from cracking German intelligence codes, to going against Scotland Yard and the Crown in proving the innocence of a man condemned to death for the slaying of a pregnant serving girl, to an arsenic-wielding magician, and of course, to a battle of wits with the malevolent Moriarty. Everywhere in these five finely-wrought tales, riddles and mystery hover in the air. But they are not beyond the grasp of the incomparable Holmes.

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The Secret Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
Donald Thomas
J-2285  
Rs.299  
276p  
ISBN 978-81-8495-500-2  
Jaico Sherlock Holmes Series

Donald Thomas combines his expertise as a novelist and criminal historian to give a brand-new twist to the adventures of Conan Doyle’s famous creation.

Accompanied as ever by Dr. Watson, Holmes here investigates: The alleged bigamy of King George V... The theft of the Irish Crown Jewels in 1907... The bizarre circumstances of the death of President Faure of France... Such dramas are not fiction but historical reality.

The investigations described in this volume relate the part played by the great detective in seven major crimes or scandals of the day, some of them too damaging to the monarchy, the government or the security of the nation to be fully revealed at the time.

Compiled in narrative form by Dr. Watson soon after the great detective’s death, Holmes’s notes have been kept under lock and key at the Public Record Office in Chancery Lane.

Now, seventy years later, we can finally open the secret casebook of Sherlock Holmes.

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