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Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Six Napoleons (On the Case with Holmes & Watson #9)

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Retold in graphic novel form, Sherlock Holmes investigates why busts of Napoleon are being smashed throughout London. Includes a section explaining Holmes's reasoning and the clues he used to solve the mystery.
Hardcover, 48 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Graphic Universe
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Silviya
This book was really confusing at first, because they said so much names that it was hard to keep up with them. Its basically about Holmes and Lestrade trying to solve who keeps going into peoples houses and smashing the Napolian heads. After that they found an Italian boy that had his throut cut in the street beside a Journalists home. Holmes found a picture in the dead mans pocket and went to the company to ask if they knew the boy in the picture. Holmes found out that the boy in the picture w ...more
Joanne G.
Busts of Napoleon are being destroyed. Inspector Lestrade is clueless; Sherlock Holmes solves the case with a flamboyant flourish.

“Lestrade and I sat silent for a moment, and then, with a spontaneous impulse, we both broke out clapping, as at the well-wrought crisis of a play. A flush of colour sprang to Homes’s pale cheeks, and he bowed to us like the master dramatist who receives the homage of his audience. It was at such moments that for an instant he ceased to be a reasoning machine, and bet
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Chloe
Was not as interesting as the others, but still pretty good :)
Edelhart Kempeneers
Deze zag je van zó ver aankomen dat het niet meer leuk was.
Sarah
An obvious one where you could see the reasoning pretty early on but was still an engaging read.
Matjaž
Great story and even more mindblowing end.
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