Sherlock Holmes In Montague Street Volume 3


In 1893, Dr. Watson and Conan Doyle published what they believed was the last Sherlock Holmes story, 'The Final Problem'. The world was stunned, and The Strand Magazine rushed to fill the vacuum. Readers were soon introduced to a new detective, Martin Hewitt, as presented by Arthur Morrison. Although initially different than Holmes, Hewitt also showed a number of interesting similarities as well . . . . For many years, Martin Hewitt has been mostly forgotten, except in some Sherlockian circles, where it has long been theorized that he was a young Mycroft Holmes. However, recent evidence has come to light that Hewitt's adventures were in fact cases undertaken by a young Sherlock Holmes when he lived in Montague Street, several years before he would take up his legendary rooms in Baker Street with Watson. These volumes are the Complete Martin Hewitt Stories, taking Arthur Morrison's original publications and presenting them as Sherlock Holmes adventures. If you are a fan of Holmes, enjoy! And by all means, seek out the original Hewitt stories and enjoy them as well. The Game is afoot!

Author Biography

Morrison (1863-1945) was born and grew up in the East End of London. He became a journalist and author, most famous for his slum fiction books chronicling the stories of London's poor, Tales of the Mean Streets (1894), A Child of the Jago (1896), and The Holes in the Wall (1902). He later became a noted collector and expert of Japanese Art. In addition, he was also the author of the twenty-five Martin Hewitt stories, originally collected in four volumes between 1894 and 1903. David Marcum is the author of The Papers of Sherlock Holmes in two volumes 'The Papers of Sherlock Holmes by David Marcum contains nine intriguing mysteries…very much in the classic tradition… He writes well, too.' The Sherlock Holmes Society of London. 'Marcum offers nine clever pastiches.' The Baker Street Journal

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