Sherlock Holmes and the Crusader's CurseSherlock Holmes and the Crusader's Curse

The Crusader's Curse

By Stuart Douglas

Holmes and Watson find themselves dropped into a classic English country house mystery.
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A CRUSADER’S CURSED LEGACY

The last Lord Thorpe, reclusive owner of Thorpe Manor, has died. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are invited to the auction at which the estate will be sold off, in hopes Holmes can uncover the whereabouts of the missing De Trop Diamond, a jewel-encrusted gemstone brought back from the Crusades by an earlier member of the Thorpe dynasty – and the source of a legendary curse.

Making the acquaintance of the various potential bidders for the Manor, and visiting the nearby village, the two men learn local legends from the local publican, before exploring the grounds of the Manor itself.

All seems well until first one of the guests, and then the publican are found dead.

Trapped in the Manor by a ferocious snow storm, and cut off from his network of London assistants, Holmes must convince the remaining guests that the curse is not real, and that there is a murderer in their midst…

PRAISE FOR THE CRUSADER’S CURSE

‘Excellent plot with twists. Style of original stories. One of the best three of the Further Adventure series that I’ve read.’ – Joseph Long, Amazon

The Crusader’s Curse is fast-paced and fun and will be enjoyed by fans of Sherlock Holmes and mystery lovers in general.’ – Cinema Sentries

‘Leads the reader through a zig-zag plot that always comes to a satisfactory conclusion.’ – Goodreads

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Publish Date

2020-12-01

Published Year

2020

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Total Pages

228

ISBN

9781789091588

ISBN 10

1789091586

ISBN 13

978-1789091588

Format

Paperback

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Dimension

12.9 x 1.93 x 19.79 cm

Weight

8.9 ounces

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