When the Baker Street Boys rescue an Indian boy, Ravi, they get caught up in an exotic intrigue involving murder, secret underground passages and waxwork dummies. It looks like they've fallen victim to the curse of the Ranjipur ruby. Pursued by a bloodthirsty cult and by Holmes's nemesis Moriarty, the Boys have a case to solve.
Anthony Read worked as a scriptwriter and editor for television programmes including Doctor Who and The Professionals. He has more than 200 screen credits to his name and won the Writers' Guild TV Award for the 1980s TV series of The Baker Street Boys. Anthony, who also writes non-fiction for adults, lives in Berkshire.