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Sherlock Ferret and the Missing Necklace (Paperback)
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Miss Leticia Rabbit leaves her gold necklace on the grass outside her house one evening. When she gets up in the morning, it is gone To help her get it back, she asks Sherlock Ferret, who lives with his well-whiskered friend Watson Mouse MD (a Doctor of Mousology) in rooms under Mrs. Hudson's baker's shop. Sherlock and Watson, and their friend Lestrade, who is a rhinoceros (even though he is not a very big one) set out to find the necklace for her, meeting other interesting and nefarious characters as they do so. Story by Hugh Ashton Pictures by Andy Boerger Published by Ted E Beans (li'l division of Inknbeans Press) Sherlock Ferret and the Missing Necklace is a detective adventure for children aged between 7 and 10, though older Sherlockians will also find much to enjoy in the story. We gratefully acknowledge Sir Author Conan Doyle for his inspiration and the Conan Doyle Estate, Ltd, for their authorization to use his characters.