A Study in Scarlet


“Then, of course, this blood belongs to a second individual presumably the murderer, if a murder has been committed. It reminds me of the circumstances attendant on the death of Van Jansen, in Utrecht, in the year ’34. Do you remember the case, Gregson?”


“No, Sir.”


“Read it up-you really should. There is nothing new under the sun. It has all been done before.”