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The Manor House Case

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Fictional case.


In the Sherlock Holmes stories

Untold Story


'By the way, Sherlock, I expected to see you round last week to consult me over that Manor House case. I thought you might be a little out of your depth.'
'No, I solved it,' said my friend, smiling.
'It was Adams, of course?'
'Yes, it was Adams.'
'I was sure of it from the first.'
— Mycroft & Holmes
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