Covered in grotesque wounds, the young man staggered toward
Sherlock Holmes, shrieked, "the Lion's Mane", and died on the spot.
Now some nasty undercurrents are rising in what was once a tranquil
seaside town in "The Adventures of the Lion's Mane". And in "The
Adventures of the Mazarin Stone", Count Sylvins took the crown
jewel, but he must kill Holmes to get away with it. Holmes doesn't
want to arrest him without the stone, so he's ready to risk his
life with an astounding trick. Unabridged.
|Country of origin:
Arthur Conan Doyle
||178 x 120 x 19mm (L x W x T)
Genre fiction >
Crime & mystery >
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