Stapleton may be dead, but the West Country still feels the effects of his crimes. Sir Henry Baskerville has asked Sherlock Holmes and Mr. Lestrade to resolve a peculiar little problem: one of Stapleton's victims has died and her heirs have a very different idea of how to plead damages. The question begs: what is Abraham Quantock's real motive for demanding the deed to Merripit House? And why are the gossipy villagers suddenly silent? The only ones in a position to notice anything are the Onion Johnnies... and who would ask the likes of them for information? This is a Canonical Sherlock Holmes Pastiche.
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