The Sherlock Holmes Atlas
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in 1900. The monarchy consisted of two separate governments.
CREE: The letter Prof. Presbury received from Lowenstein had an Austrian stamp.
GREE: The two Englishmen were found stabbed in Buda-Pesth, and the Hungarian police were of the opinion that they had quarrelled and inflicted mortal injuries on each other. Holmes had a different opinion.
SUSS: Holmes's commonplace book had an entry on "Vampirism in Hungary" as well as "Vampirism in Transylvania".
ILLU: Holmes recognized Baron Gruner as "the Austrian murderer."
Last Modified: Feb. 15, 1998