The investigations of young Watson
John H. Watson has not yet met the man who will change his life, Sherlock Holmes, the most famous detective in the world, but he already has a strong logical-deductive attitude and an irremediable attraction to mystery. And so, when crimes take place he investigates, in a slalom of intuitions and logical deductions. His detective flair is already in action!
Hundreds of route variations, illustrations hiding numerous clues, multiple different possible endings.
Choose your adventure and solve the case!
- Each chapter presents a crossroads: choose how to conduct the investigation, collect the clues and draw your conclusions…
The Ghost of Lord Byron
In 1865, the young John H. Watson arrives in England from Australia, where he was born, and begins attending Harrow college. During his first English winter, a ruthless crime takes place within the walls of his college and Watson decides to investigate on his own. Will he be able to solve the case before the Scotland Yard police?
Murder on the High Sea
It’s the spring of 1865 and the young John Watson embarks on the Rainbow to make the ocean crossing from Australia to England. The boy is decidedly upset by the prospect of three long months of sailing. But the journey turns out to be more interesting than expected: on board John meets the charming Ettie and, three weeks after departure, a man is killed on the ship.
JOHN H. WATSON