The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen - Book Three: Chapter 10, The Problem of the Empty House Summary & Analysis

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Book Three: Chapter 10, The Problem of the Empty House Summary

In the morning, Mary is surprised to wake and find Watson downstairs with the Holmes brothers. She had not told him where she was, and in fact had made a point of assuring him that Sherlock was not with her, and yet he still saw through her deception and came to them. Having been the one at Sherlock's side for so many years, it took him little time to figure out that not only were they together, but that the only place Sherlock would have gone was to his brother Mycroft at a time like this. He disguises himself and takes a convoluted route to the Club, concerned for Sherlock's physical condition after the bomb blast that injured him, and refuses to leave until he has had...

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