It all started when young Sherlock Holmes read in the POLICE NEWS that there was a murder the past night at about midnight. The story included a picture of the young lady that was murdered.
Sherlock thinks that the young woman looks very much like his own mother when she younger. He is so intrigued that he tries to solve the case of who killed this young woman. As he investigates he not only has become one of the number one suspects but he must free a man falsely accused. Will he find the true murder before time runs out????
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Here are a few suggestions if you've already read The Eye of the Crow.
The Extraordinary Adventures of Alfred Kropp
by Richard Yancey
Stormbreaker (Alex Rider Adventure)
by Anthony Horowitz
Silverfin: a James Bond Adventure
by Charles Higson