Puzzles have been companions of human culture since the dawn of history. Always a teasing parallel to science and official knowledge, puzzledom has served as a pleasant workshop for creativity and unconventional thinking. The human mind not only loves puzzles, but feeds on puzzle solving for its immediate reward. In Solving Sherlock Holmes, author Pierre Berloquin takes readers on a whodunit investigation with cryptograms, crosswords, labyrinths, jigsaws, and riddles to keep readers on the edge and constantly thinking.
Pierre Berloquin is a writer; creator of puzzles, board games, and multimedia games; designer; and a creative consultant. After studying at the École des Mines in Paris, France, he worked as an engineer, consultant, and professor while quickly becoming a renowned specialist of logical and mathematical games. Pierre has written over 50 books of puzzles, many of which are bestsellers.