The Seven-Percent Solution by Nicholas MeyerFirst discovered and then painstakingly edited and annotated by Nicholas Meyer, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution relates the astounding and previously unknown collaboration of Sigmund Freud with Sherlock Holmes, as recorded by Holmess friend and chronicler, Dr. John H. Watson. In addition to its breathtaking account of their collaboration on a case of diabolic conspiracy in which the lives of millions hang in the balance, it reveals such matters as the real identity of the heinous professor Moriarty, the dark secret shared by Sherlock and his brother Mycroft Holmes, and the detectives true whereabouts during the Great Hiatus, when the world believed him to be dead.
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John H. Watson Robert Duvall becomes convinced that his friend Sherlock Holmes Nicol Williamson is delusional—particularly in his belief that Professor James Moriarty Laurence Olivier is a criminal mastermind—as a result of his addiction to cocaine. Moriarty visits Watson to complain about being harassed by Holmes. During the course of his treatment, Holmes investigates a kidnapping case with international implications and Freud uncovers a dark personal secret suppressed in Holmes's subconscious. Vincent Canby of The New York Times called the film "nothing less than the most exhilarating entertainment of the film year to date.
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The Seven-Per-Cent Solution: Being a Reprint from the Reminiscences of John H . Watson, M.D. is a novel by American writer Nicholas Meyer. It is written as a pastiche of a Sherlock Holmes adventure, and was made.
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Watson, M. It is written as a pastiche of a Sherlock Holmes adventure, and was made into a film of the same name in Published as a "lost manuscript" of the late Dr. John H. Watson , the book recounts Holmes' recovery from cocaine addiction with the help of Sigmund Freud and his subsequent prevention of a European war through the unravelling of a sinister kidnapping plot.