The Albino's Treasure
When two evil criminal masterminds clash in the streets of London, Holmes and Watson must step into action. Crossing from the dangerous back alleys of Limehouse to the most prestigious art galleries in the capital, the two men must unravel the secret of the albino's treasure.
When anarchists attack a painting of the Prime Minister and suggest that the man himself could be next, Scotland Yard have no choice but to call in Sherlock Holmes.
It is just the start of an adventure that sees Holmes and Watson on the trail of a centuries- old puzzle, a puzzle that they are not alone in trying to unravel. As the master criminal The Albino closes in on them, not to mention the mysterious Lord of Strange Deaths, Holmes and Watson find themselves in a race to solve the clues and locate England’s long-lost treasure.
Praise for The Albino’s Treasure
”Douglas does a good job of giving Watson opportunities to display his sense of humor, while preserving Holmes’s sharper edges. Readers looking for a high-quality new adventure with Conan Doyle’s beloved characters should be satisfied.’ – Publishers Weekly
‘Stuart Douglas writes a really good pastiche. This reads like a Sherlock Holmes story, with all the memes and tropes one has come to expect from Doyle and his followers.” – Reviewing the Evidence
‘Stuart Douglas’ SHERLOCK HOLMES (and the) ALBINO’S TREASURE is brilliant.’ – Goodreads
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