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The Reigate Poisoning Case: Concluded (The Dispatch-Box of John H. Watson MD #3)

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The Reigate Poisoning Case, as recorded in the notebooks of Dr. Watson, transcribed and edited in the collection entitled Notes from the Dispatch-Box of John H. Watson MD, appeared to confuse two separate cases, and came to a conclusion that, while it may have satisfied Sherlock Holmes, did not form a satisfactory ending, at least in the opinion of Hugh Ashton, the editor. ...more
Kindle Edition, 46 pages
Published January 28th 2012 by Inknbeans Press
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Christina Rochester
Nov 02, 2016 Christina Rochester rated it it was ok
Sorry to say but this Holmes story just failed to grab my attention at all. I felt bored for the entire reading, apart from when it came to the letter which confesses all.
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The Reigate Poisoning Case: Concluded by Hugh Ashton

This is the second half of “The Reigate Poisoning Case”. The first half was written by Hugh Aston and published in Notes from the Dispatch-Box of John H Watson. This case is mentioned in passing by Watson in HOUN as the “Mme. Montpensier murder case.”

In the first half of this story, some details did not match up to Watson’s record of the case in HOUN. The author stated as much in his introduction.

This, the second half of the story; resolves th
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A much more satisfying conclusion that the author's original Reigate Poisoning story (included in Notes from the Dispatch-Box of John H. Watson MD); this story fulfills all of the 'hints' dropped by Doyle's Dr. Watson in The Hound of the Baskervilles where he stated that Sherlock had, "defended the unfortunate Mme. Montpensier from the charge of murder which hung over her in connection with the death of her step-daughter, Mlle. Carere, the young lady who, as it will be remembered, was found six ...more
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Hugh Ashton was born in the UK. After graduating from the University of Cambridge, he worked in a variety of jobs, including security guard, publisher's assistant, and running an independent record label, before coming to rest in the field of information technology, where he assisted perplexed users of computers and wrote explanations to guide them through the problems they encountered.

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The Dispatch-Box of John H. Watson MD (7 books)
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  • Without My Boswell: Five Early Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (From the Dispatch Box of John H Watson, MD)
  • The Last Notes from the Dispatch Box of John H Watson, MD
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