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Michael Dibdin

The Last Sherlock Holmes Story

Jonathan Cape 1978
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SYNOPSIS
My notes—which I shall endeavour to follow with the minimum of extraneous comment for the remainder of this narrative—reveal that on the morning of Friday the 28th of September 1888, Sherlock Holmes received a telegram. This was in itself scarcely a remarkable occurrence. At that period telegrams were coming and going with such frequency at 221B Baker Street that I sometimes wonder how many clerks Holmes maintained in permanent employment with the welter of messages he received and dispatched. This state of affairs resulted from a problem which had been developing for several years with regard to Holmes's consulting practice.

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