[Reading] ➯ The Problem with Thor Bridge ➷ Arthur Conan Doyle – Survivingtheholocaust.us

The Problem with Thor Bridge Neil Gibson, The Gold King And Former Senator For Some Western State , Approaches Holmes To Investigate The Murder Of His Wife Maria In Order To Clear His Children S Governess, Grace Dunbar, Of The Crime It Soon Emerges That Mr Gibson S Marriage Had Been Unhappy He Treated His Wife Very Badly He Had Fallen In Love With Her When He Met Her In Brazil, But Soon Realised They Had Nothing In Common He Became Attracted To Miss Dunbar Since He Could Not Marry Her, He Had Attempted To Please Her In Other Ways By Trying To Help People Less Fortunate Than Himself.Maria Gibson Was Found Lying In A Pool Of Blood On Thor Bridge With A Bullet Through The Head And Note From The Governess, Agreeing To A Meeting At That Location, In Her Hand A Recently Discharged Revolver With One Shot Fired Is Found In Miss Dunbar S Wardrobe Holmes Agrees To Look At The Situation In Spite Of The Damning Evidence.From The Outset, Holmes Observes Some Rather Odd Things About The Case How Could Miss Dunbar So Coolly And Rationally Have Planned And Carried Out The Murder And Then Carelessly Tossed The Murder Weapon Into Her Wardrobe What Was The Strange Chip On The Underside Of The Bridge S Stone Balustrade Why Was Mrs Gibson Clutching The Note From Miss Dunbar When She Died If The Murder Weapon Was One Of A Matched Pair Of Pistols, Why Couldn T The Other One Be Found In Mr Gibson S Collection

[Reading] ➯ The Problem with Thor Bridge  ➷ Arthur Conan Doyle – Survivingtheholocaust.us
  • Audio Cassette
  • The Problem with Thor Bridge
  • Arthur Conan Doyle
  • English
  • 03 November 2017
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    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➯ The Problem with Thor Bridge ➷ Arthur Conan Doyle – Survivingtheholocaust.us


  1. says:

    This is the first Sherlock Holmes mystery I have read, and I foresee it will be the first of many This was a short, very interesting read I can definitely see how Sherlock Holmes has weathered the ages and is still a beloved classic character


  2. says:

    predictable


  3. says:

    A not so intriguing plot. represented as a very complex one. with an unexpected a little too fabricated end.Yet, enjoyed it a lot As always.


  4. says:

    A genius detective who will always solve the case, no matter how long it will take him to get the answer.


  5. says:

    In this story, Neil Gibson, the Gold King and former Senator for some Western state , approaches Holmes to investigate the murder of his wife Maria in order to clear his children s governess, Grace Dunbar, of the crime It soon emerges that Mr Gibson s marriage had been unhappy and he treated his wife very badly He had fallen in love with her when he met her in Brazil, but soon realised they had nothing in common He became attracted to Miss Dunbar since he could not marry her, he had attemp In this story, Neil Gibson, the Gold King and former Senator for some Western state , approaches Holmes to investigate the murder of his wife Maria in order to clear his children s governess, Grace Dunbar, of the crime It soon emerges that Mr Gibson s marriage had been unhappy and he treated his wife very badly He had fallen in love with her when he met her in Brazil, but soon realised they had nothing in common He became attracted to Miss Dunbar since he could not marry her, he had attempted to please her in other ways, such as trying to help people less fortunate than himself.Maria Gibson was found lying in a pool of blood on Thor Bridge with a bullet through the head and note from the governess, agreeing to a meeting at that location, in her hand A recently discharged revolver with one shot fired is ...


  6. says:

    The Problem of Thor Bridge, which first appeared in 1922, is actually one of my favourite Sherlock Holmes short stories from the collection The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes first published in the Strand Magazine It features an unhappy marriage, a hot blooded Brazilian wife, a late night meeting, a shooting, a guilty governess, after all ...


  7. says:

    Madame Gibson a t retrouv e morte, une balle tir e en pleine t te.Toutes les preuves pointent vers la culpabilit de la jeune et jolie gouvernante mais le mari est persuad de son innocence.Il faut dire que ces deux l fricotaient ensemble malgr les d n gations de monsieur Gibson, ce que Sherlock Holmes a t t fait de lui faire avouer.L nigme est tr s retorse, la victime ne facilitant d ailleurs pas la t che de notre enqu teur pr f r , mais, encore une fois, Sherlock Holmes se montre plus mal Madame Gibson a t retrouv e morte, une balle tir e en pleine t te.Toutes les preuves pointent vers la culpabilit de la...


  8. says:

    SPOILERSOne of my favorites out of the late Sherlock Holmes stories The fact that the whole issue can be resolved through the observation of principally one location makes it is very focused and typical of the best Holmes stories, in which his deduction skills are the key to solving the crime an entertaining the reader Further, this is one of the few Holmes cases that can A be solved by reading it and B are not easy to guess while C still making sense in the end Hence, it is...


  9. says:

    Watson come a esse conto provocando o leitor com v rias hist rias n o publicadas das aventuras de Sherlock que, por um motivo ou por outro, ficaram trancadas, esquecidas em seu cofre no banco A Ponte Thor traz uma brasileira como v tima e se ap ia muito no estere tipo de latinos de sangue quente a senhora Gibson lembrou me o caso da esposa de Mr Rochester, de Jane Eyre Mas, mesmo com essa estereotipa o, tenho que concordar que o conto funciona muito bem da forma como trabalhado.Impression Watson come a esse conto provocando o leitor com v rias hist rias n o publicadas das aventuras de Sherlock que, por um motivo ou por outro, ficaram trancadas, esquecidas em seu cofre no banco A Ponte Thor traz uma brasileira como v tima e se ap ia muito no estere tipo de latinos de sangue quente a senhora Gibson lembrou me o caso da esposa de Mr Rochester, de Jane Eyre Mas, mesmo com essa ...


  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When an American magnate s governess is accused of his wife s murder, the sleuth is called in to investigate It was the chip in the bridge

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