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Name Game

by Andrew Atkinson
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 01/12/2017

“Holmes.'

“Yes, Watson.'

“Mrs Hudson brought the tea. I’ll pour,' said Watson.

“Watson, old chap, this case is devilishly tricky,' asserted Holmes.

“But Holmes, my dear fellow, who else could solve the Mystery of the Archbishop’s Missing Mitre?' queried Watson.

“Indeed, Watson, but I do believe it will be a three- or even four-pipe case,' stated Holmes.

“Drink your tea, Holmes, before it gets cold. And there’s another matter puzzling me,' declared Watson.

Holmes looked over the rim of his teacup. “What on earth is that, Watson?'

“Holmes, why do we never use our first names?' asked Watson.

“Indeed, Watson.'

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