Murder by Gaslight

The flickering of the gaslit glow over the streets of old London, Cairo, and Manhattan illuminate the wicked deeds of madmen and fiendish plotters. Each of these books is the first in an intriguing series. Many are also available on audio.

Good Night, Mr. Holmes

By Carole Nelson Douglas

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To Sherlock Holmes, she was always "the woman," and truly she was the only woman he ever believed his equal, having smartly outwitted him in "A Scandal in Bohemia." Accompanied by her faithful chronicler, Penelope Huxleigh, this bold American actress mends a broken heart after solving the most regal of crimes.
First of the Irene Adler series.

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Crocodile on the Sandbank

By Elizabeth Peters

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It was the time of the Great Game of European powers. Spies and soldiers traded information, risking betrayal and death. Into this unsettled territory trips Amelia Peabody, intrepid heiress and would-be Egyptologist.
First of the Amelia Peabody series.
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A Study in Scarlet

By Arthur Conan Doyle

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"You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive." With these few words, Holmes astonishes Watson for the first, if not the last, time on the occasion of their meeting. A mysterious corpse without wounds and a bloody design on the wall nearby inaugurates their first case of detection.
This is the beginning of Sherlock Holmes' many adventures. It is also available as a graphic novel, video, audio, or as part of most Sherlock Holmes collections.

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