Andrew Lycett

The Adventure of the Concealed Manuscript

The Narrative of John Smith

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I cannot deny I was grateful when a pleasing thud on the doorstep of our comfortable suite of rooms in Baker Street caused my friend Sherlock Holmes to look up from his melancholy scrapings on the violin. 

Our landlady Mrs Hudson descended the seventeen steps to the hall and returned clutching a brown paper package which she handed to Holmes. 

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