The Dying Mouse DetectiveThe Case of The Dying Mouse DetectiveThe Dying Mouse Detective10 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Inspired by the Disney film The Great Mouse Detective and The Basil of Baker Street Mysteries by Eve Titus.
Adapted from The Adventure of The Dying Detective by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle from His Last Bow.
Adapted by Ethel M. Grimes. Edited by Diane N. Tran.
Original publication © 16 December 2000
Re-publication for Diane T's GMD Site © 30 April 2001
Re-publication for DeviantART by Mouselady © 27 April 2005
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I could not help but feel sorry for Mrs. Judson, our landlady and housekeeper, for the many times she had put up with my friend and associate, Basil of Baker Street. Not only was the privacy of her flat frequently invaded (even in the late hours) by odd and sometimes unsavoury
Fight for Survival"I've won!" Ratigan shouted, cackling in sync with the booming thunder.Fight for Survival3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"On the contrary!" a voice shouted from below. The villainous fiend glance down, shocked to see the detective dangling for his very life on the broken dirigible. "The game's not over yet!" In his hand was Ratigan's death bell. The rat wondered how Basil had obtained his precious weapon; but as he was distracted, the loud tolls of Big Ben rang loud and clear, knocking the vial creature off the hour hand.
With just a bit of fight left in him, Ratigan managed to grab hold of Basil's torn Inverness, hoping to take him down with him. The detective watched in horror as the piece of the dirigible snapped, allowing them both to plunder to their deaths. Basil always knew sooner or later his time would come. He understood no one could live forever. However, he never knew that falling from a great height would be his way to go. So many thoughts zoomed through his mind that he failed to see that one thing that could