Watson Mouse suggests to his friend Sherlock Ferret that they visit the Museum to see some of the pictures there, including some famous paintings by Pablo Pigasso.

But once they are there, Sherlock Ferret discovers that one of the paintings, even though it is meant to be old, is actually new. And then his friend Lestrade, who is a rhinoceros (even though he is not a very big one) tells them that there are other copies of the painting in the world. Who is creating fakes of Pigasso's paintings, and why? Is the nefarious character Moriarty Magpie to blame?


Sherlock Ferret, Watson Mouse, and the other characters and concepts in this book are copyright.

© 2013, 2014, 2016, Hugh Ashton,  Andy Boerger, and Inknbeans Press.

Grateful acknowledgment to Conan Doyle Estate Ltd. for permission to use the Sherlock Holmes characters created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Sherlock Ferret and the Missing Necklace

Sherlock Ferret and the Multiplying Masterpieces

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