Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Dancing Men

Can Holmes decode the message of the dancing men When Hilton Cubitt finds strange messages around his house, he is puzzled When his wife sees them, she is terrified Cubitt turns to Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson for answers Will the duo be able to crack the case before disaster strikes
Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Dancing Men Can Holmes decode the message of the dancing men When Hilton Cubitt finds strange messages around his house he is puzzled When his wife sees them she is terrified Cubitt turns to Sherlock Holmes and

  • Title: Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Dancing Men
  • Author: Murray Shaw M.J. Cosson Sophie Rohrbach
  • ISBN: 9780761361886
  • Page: 158
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Dancing Men”

    1. I have always liked Sherlock Holmes. I enjoyed reading this adventure in comic book form more like graphic novel form. A must read

    2. This series introduces a tried and true character in a visually contemporary way. It will be an excellent addition to any collection for readers of the universal sleuth.

    3. considering the reason I read this now instead of later when I would have reached it in the reading order of Sherlock Holmes is that we're comparing it with the episode of BBC Sherlock that it is based off of I feel like I am entitled to say that the episode would have been better if they'd tried to stick more to this fun little short story instead of the odd and slightly racist one they produced in the show.

    4. As long as I was reading Sherlock Holmes, I thought that I might as well read this very short book. I’m glad I did.99% of the story takes place in two rooms – one Holmes’ on Bakers Street. It wasn’t as much of an “mystery” as is was a “puzzle” with insights into Holmes’ personality and powers of deductive reasoning…Cool.

    5. Yet another short story of Holmes & Watson. The whole mystery revolves around a simple replacement encryption code - not exactly the best example of Holmes' superior intellect. Also, I'm not a fan of the fact that Holmes' client ends up dead. Still a good read, but definitely not my favorite.

    6. Holmes cracks a code of dancing men to solve a murder. There was no way I was going to solve this or even know what he was up to on my own.

    7. In this fourth adventure, Hilton Cubbit turns to Sherlock Holmes when he begins to find mysterious messages around his house. Kid's who like secret codes may enjoy trying to solve the case!

    8. I really liked the codes in this one and how Holmes figured out what the messages said. I assumed that the women was having an affair but I was wrong.

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