Great fun, as always, with Holmes and Watson! Some reviews have criticized some of the mysteries for being predicable. It is true. As a seasoned crime/detective fiction (or non-fiction) lover, a few of the mysteries were obvious to me from early on, but that says less about Doyle's craft in writing fiction than it does about all of his admirers saturating the market with scenarios culled from his stories. Half of the fun, for me, is in the character of Holmes, who is an enigma himself. Where does Sherlock Holmes get his money to afford his accommodations at 221 B Baker St? Is he independently wealthy? A great many of his cases seem to be pro bono. If Holmes injects cocaine into his arm on a regular basis, why do we never see him in withdraw? Why are his hands abnormally strong? When do we get to see his fencing and boxing skills? Thankfully, I have many tales left yet before the end of the Sherlock Holmes saga.