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The following directory is a listing of most of the characters you will encounter
in the cases. The listings are alphabetical by name and by category. For example,
Charles Attard is listed alphabetically: “Attard, Charles”, with a location of 12 WC,
which is his residence. You will also find Charles Attard listed under the category
BARRISTERS with the location 34 EC. This is the location of Attard’s law office.
When you encounter a character’s name and wish to follow this lead, turn to the alphabetical
list. The character’s name is followed by the address you must go to in the CASE BOOK.
You may, in certain situations, look for clues by using the category listing. For example, you have
a case involving poison. You may gather information by visiting CHEMISTS, HOSPITALS or
any other location that you might find helpful.
As Holmes did, make the best use of all the resources provided by the city, the people, the
newspapers and the libraries.
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NW: North West - WC: West Center - EC: East Center
SW: South West - SE: South East
LONDON POSTAL DISTRICTS
f you look at your map, you will see it is divided into five areas
corresponding to the London postal districts (North West or NW,
West Centre or WC, South West or SW, East Centre or EC, and
South East or SE) divided by blue lines and the Thames. Each area
contains numbers which correspond to the addresses of people you will visit
and question. Each address in this directory is a number and a district. For
example, Charles Attard's residence (12 WC) is in the West Centre district
and in the block numbered 12 (between Sandland Street and High Holborn).
Charles Attard's office (34 EC) is in the district East Centre and in the block 34
(crossing of Shoe Lane and Fleet Street).
You will also find a number of locations in the directory corresponding