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So here we can see a tight relationship between the Master ? Holmes and the Apprentice ? Watson, and that is a key in the entire book and in every adventure of these two world famous detectives. Well after accepting this challenge away from London, by the way he was ought to prevent Sir Henry Baskerville the heir of the Baskerville Hall and every good of this family that was supposed to be cursed and killed by a huge hound that has been chasing every man in this family ever since, Sherlock was pretty sure that this was only a case of natural order, so he started to collect clues in London since he realized Dr...
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Mortimer was being followed. He found some interesting clues while he was taking care of Sir Henry who had arrived to London from the USA where he lived. Sir Henry was astonished with this story of the curse upon his family and even though he was warned about it he decided to go there and face his destiny as a Baskerville, of course Sherlock wouldn't let him go by himself and sent Watson along with Sir Henry, Watson was surprised because it was the first time Holmes would place this responsibility over him and he was very happy for it...
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