The Adventures of the Devil’s Foot
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  • I like this mystery because, throughout, it's one of those cases that you have no idea whether it can be solved or not
  • If you're looking for an entertaining short story to read, this is definitely one I would recommend to you

    • by Steve
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      I recently watched an episode of Monk when he is on vacation and is drawn into a murder investigation. That episode reminded me a bit of the Sherlock Holmes mystery The Adventures of the Devil’s Foot; which, coincidentally, takes place while Holmes is supposed to be taking a vacation.

      I like this


      mystery because, throughout, it’s one of those cases that you have no idea whether it can be solved or not. You have a family of three inflicted with some sort of hysteria that causes the sister to die and, later on, the one brother dies in a similar fashion in another ...

      • location. You don’t know if it was murder, an accident or some sort of super natural occurrence.

        I was able to guess at some but not all of this case and that’s what kept me extremely fascinated by it. By the end, I given enough clues to follow along and even guess

        at the reason the people died; just not why.

        If you’re looking for an entertaining short story to read, this is definitely one I would recommend to you. It’s a mystery that should keep you on the edge of your seat just because you don’t know what is going to happen next.




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