The Death of Cardinal Tosca

The Death of Cardinal Tosca

Hugh Ashton / May 29, 2020

The Death of Cardinal Tosca In The Hound of the Baskervilles Dr John Watson writes about Sherlock Holmes famous investigation of the sudden death of Cardinal Tosca an inquiry which was carried out by him at the express desire o

  • Title: The Death of Cardinal Tosca
  • Author: Hugh Ashton
  • ISBN: 9780615858647
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
  • In The Hound of the Baskervilles, Dr John Watson writes about Sherlock Holmes famous investigation of the sudden death of Cardinal Tosca an inquiry which was carried out by him at the express desire of His Holiness the Pope The express wishes of Sherlock Holmes, as expressed in a written note on the outside of an envelope, have been ignored, in order to bring this caIn The Hound of the Baskervilles, Dr John Watson writes about Sherlock Holmes famous investigation of the sudden death of Cardinal Tosca an inquiry which was carried out by him at the express desire of His Holiness the Pope The express wishes of Sherlock Holmes, as expressed in a written note on the outside of an envelope, have been ignored, in order to bring this case before the public.

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      • Hugh Ashton

        Hugh Ashton was born in the UK in 1956 After graduating from the University of Cambridge, he worked in a variety of jobs, including security guard, publisher s assistant, and running an independent record label, before coming to rest in the field of information technology, where he assisted perplexed users of computers and wrote explanations to guide them through the problems they encountered A long standing interest in Japan led him to emigrate to that country in 1988 writing instruction manuals for a variety of consumer products, assisting with IT related projects at banks and financial institutions, and researching and writing industry reports on the Japanese and Asian financial industries, and writing promotional material for international business publications.He has recently returned to the UK, and now lives in the cathedral city of Lichfield with his wife, Yoshiko.He has recently published many volumes of highly acclaimed Sherlock Holmes pastiches the Deed Box and Dispatch box series with Inknbeans Press of California, with some reviewers hailing him as the re incarnation of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle In addition, the list of his thrillers currently includes At the Sharpe End, featuring an expatriate consultant living in Tokyo, Kenneth Sharpe, who finds himself thrust into a world of violence and high finance Leo s Luck, a story of rock n roll, crime, romance, and the paranormal and Balance of Powers, set against the backdrop of the subprime mortgage crisis His historical works include Beneath Gray Skies, an alternative history in which the American Civil War was never fought Red Wheels Turning, set in an alternative Russia of 1917 and The Untime and The Untijme Revisited, Verne ian 19th century steampunk science fiction novels.Children s books include the Sherlock Ferret series about the world s cutest detective, delightfully illustrated by Andy Boerger.The collection of short stories Tales of Old Japanese describes some of the endearing characteristics of today s silver generation of Japan.


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    1. I am binge-reading Hugh Ashton's Sherlock Holmes pastiches because they are just soooo gooood! I also like how Ashton's Holmes seems to be more cheerful and Watson much smarter than those by Sir Doyle. This is my 3rd Sherlock Holmes book by him in 2 days and he does not disappoint me. I am giving this five stars because I enjoyed it sooo much, the plot was great, the twists were well-done and the explanations were well-justified.


    2. Another unrecorded (Officially!) Case!The Death of Cardinal Tosca from the Dispatch-Box of John H Watson, MD by Hugh AshtonThis case is mentioned in passing by Watson in BLAC.Holmes and Watson are summoned to the Diogenes Club by Mycroft. Mycroft is not alone in the Stranger’s Room. He is consulting with Monsignor Mahoney, Secretary to Cardinal Tosca.It seems that Cardinal Tosca, an emissary from His Holiness the Pope, has come to London on church business. An unnamed member of the Royal Famil [...]


    3. A great addition to the wonderful series of Sherlock Holmes stories by Hugh Ashton - this one deals with the mission undertaken by Holmes on behalf of the Vatican, at the behest of Mycroft its fast, deductive and spellbinding!Mystery lovers and Sherlock Holmes fans would both love this work





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