I Will Find the Answer: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes

I Will Find the Answer: A Novel of Sherlock Holmes

Kate Workman


Erik has lower back and has introduced a fascinating personality to Holmes's consciousness: Dr. Henry Jekyll. apparently Jekyll is experimenting on an unsanctioned sufferer with a view to end up his theories referring to human nature right. yet who's the sufferer he is came upon? Is it his mentally unwell father, close away for years in an establishment? Is it Simon Stride, the jealous former suitor of Jekyll's fiancée? Or may or not it's the mysterious, unsavoury assassin, Edward Hyde, with whom Jekyll turns out to have intimate wisdom? Sherlock Holmes, in addition to Erik and Watson, investigates this extraordinary case. Holmes makes use of a truly unorthodox approach that brings him to the edge of madness as he delves into the brain of a guy obsessively dedicated to his paintings. Will Holmes's personal brain crack less than the stress of this situation?

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