The last of Doyle's Sherlock novels, this one is a bit thin on the ground. Holmes and Watson display some deductive prowess in the first half of the book; the second half is a complete story without Holmes. Wrapping it all together is a bit about Moriarty which feels forced to me - Holmes neither gains nor loses ground on his archenemy here.
Continuing the tradition of Holmes in Europe to it's ultimate end, I have the two following Doyle collections left to read, and another week to read them. The game is afoot!
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