Mrs. Hudson in New York by Barry S. Brown
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Mrs. Hudson is at it again. Accompanied by Holmes and Watson, she crosses the ocean to attend the wedding of her cousin's daughter only to discover that the young lady's fiance, a pitcher for the Brooklyn Bridegrooms, stands accused of an attempt on the life of J.P. Morgan and the death of his aide.
To prove his innocence the unacknowledged sage of Baker Street will lead Holmes and Watson on a path of investigation taking them from J.P. Morgan's mansion to the gambling dens of New York's Tenderloin. Along the way she will enlist the assistance of Mark Twain to frustrate efforts to corrupt the game of baseball, and rescue the prospective bride and groom from would-be assassins before returning finally to the comparative quiet of 221B Baker Street.
Barry S. Brown is the author of three volumes describing the exploits of Mrs. Hudson and her colleagues as well as half a dozen short stories. He has also published widely in the fields of mental health, criminology, and drug abuse over the course of a career in clinical research. He had been inclined to rest on his laurels until he discovered their pointy leaves.