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One of the immortal statements made by the Insuperable Detective, Sherlock Holmes, was this:

“How often have I said to you that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth?”

This statement may be  accurate in the conventional sense.  However, I have observed that the following is also an accurate statement:

All “truth” is relative to all other truth.

Indeed,  in the history of humanity have we observed that “One man’s truth is another man’s heresy”.

Illusions, delusions, truth, reality, opinion, facts, history, fantasy and fiction all share an indivisible common denominator:  The point of view of each individual. Therefore, reality may be nothing more than a subjective experience!

You may discover a new “reality” in this adventure of a singularly ingenious investigation conducted by Sherlock Sherrinford Holmes, and his brother Mycroft Spencer Holmes.

Is reality an illusion?  Is history a fictitious trail of lies?

Read.  Discover.  Decide.

You can review and buy the book on the website of the publisher:  SHERLOCK HOLMES: MY LIFE