PREPARE YOUR BRAIN ATTICS!

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic sleuth has been adapted many times… but forget all that. The game is afoot in this 1000 piece puzzle, which goes back to Doyle’s source material to create a challenge of logic, quotes, and clues. Can you make the fit pieces together to solve the mystery of the Sherlock Holmes canon?

This beautiful ThinkGeek exclusive is made for readers. Classic illustrations combine with quotes from the original Holmes tales and facts about their history, requiring that you put on your best deerstalker thinking cap to complete it. Mycroft, Watson, Irene, Moriarty, even Doyle himself – they’re all featured in the design. There is even a spoilery run-down of every guilty party in every story, so make sure you’ve done your homework before solving this puzzle! Each piece is a clue, and every one of them is vital. You’ll need logic and imagination to complete the case, so clear out your brain attic of the inessentials and focus on all your Sherlock knowledge!

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