It is a little known fact that Astragal is a great fan of Sherlock Holmes. Indeed, one can draw a great deal of similarities between this learned aesthete and Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation. Both are impeccably dressed and fond of a cape. Both, too, enjoy fine wines and a wholesome brandy, and, on occasion, the odd puff of opium if it is on offer. And, of course, both are always in search of the truth. So it was a great pleasure, if not a little surprise, to hear that our comrades in ...
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