I looked closely at Rouletabille and could not help smiling, on hearing this boy of eighteen talking of a man who had proved to the world that he was the finest police sleuth
He had never heard of Sherlock Holmes or he would have lost no time in invoking the aid of that celebrated sleuth
, for here was a real mystery: An old woman--an invalid who had to be carried from the ship to her room in the hotel--and a handsome lad, her grandson, had entered a room on the second floor of his hostelry the day before.
It was such things, however, which helped to identify to Tarzan and to Taug the appearance of the abductor, and with his individual scent characteristic already indelibly impressed upon their memories, they were in a far better position to know him when they came upon him, even should he have disposed of Teeka before, than is a modern sleuth
with his photographs and Bertillon measurements, equipped to recognize a fugitive from civilized justice.
Barely had he finished this when the police arrived--the Inspector himself and two of his keenest sleuths
elements that comprise the model are the six variables (The Slope, Landus map, Excluded area, Urban area, Transportation map, and Hillside area) that determine the input of the model [Silva and Clarke, 2002, Clarke, 2008).
The Big Sleuth
, presented by Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity and creative producers Wild in Art, won the hearts and minds of everyone in Bearmingham and beyond last summer.
The celeb bear cubs and community bears are there too, together with craft stalls, entertainment, face painting, official Big Sleuth
merchandise and more.
It has already raised more than PS15,000 for Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity through the sales of tickets, with thousands more expected to come at the event from merchandise, donations and The Big Sleuth
Raffle - where purchasers stand to win a 3ft paint-your-own bear.
The latest V-Jump issue also introduces the new system of "Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Hacker's Memory" which is called "Territory Battle Quests.
We catch up with Baker Street's most famous resident in 1940s Sussex where the former sleuth
, now 93, spends his days beekeeping, grousing at his long-suffering housekeeper (Laura Linney) and bemoaning the way in which he's been misrepresented in Watson's bestselling 'penny dreadfuls'.
During its lifetime, Sleuth
- which tells of how a detective story writer plays a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with his estranged wife's new lover - has won numerous awards both in the UK and on Broadway.
Chesterton's Father Brown stories, is that two of these writers also feature a clergyman as their sleuth
(Kemelman's Rabbi David Small and Greeley's Bishop 'Blackie' Ryan), while McCall Smith's sleuth
(Isobel Dalhousie) practices the not unrelated profession of an academic ethicist.