The monarchy is threatened by some the emergence of some compromising photographs. Sherlock is soon on the case, and uncovers links with international terrorism and corruption in the British government. But to avert a royal scandal he must best Irene Adler, a woman every bit as brilliant as he is.moreless
Claire wakes up from sedation to find her children have been taken away from her, before Sophia reveals the devastating truth about Tom's involvement with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Meanwhile, renowned mercenary Carver is offered an unlimited sum to capture Jackman's malevolent alter ego.moreless
When Hyde is released from the box, it appears Jackman is gone forever. However, flashbacks to the original Jekyll and Hyde reveal the importance of Claire Jackman to both present-day Jackman/Jekyll and Hyde. Meanwhile, Hyde asks the institute for a half hour alone with Claire and her children in return for his cooperation so that he can "play."moreless
Tom has been locked into a mysterious box by the organization hunting him and his wife. Claire finds out the motivation of the organization from Peter.
Flashbacks show how Tom and Claire met, the birth of their children and the first manifestations of Hyde.
The wall between Tom and Hyde gets thinner and thinner and trying to suppress Hyde starts to affect the environment. Tom learns about the motivation of the organization hunting him and Peter's part in the whole game. The involvement of Tom's wife Claire makes things a bit more complicated.moreless
Katherine drugs her employer after Tom takes it upon himself to discover the facts about Mr. Hyde's personal life. The separation between Tom and Hyde gets weaker after an incident at the zoo. More secrets about Tom are revealed, when he meets a person connected to his past.moreless
The last living descendant of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is Tom Jackman. From time to time his alter ego Hyde wakes. Tom's wife hires a private investigator to find out why Tom left his family life six months previous.moreless
India 1817 Two years after Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo, the Duke of Wellington sends Sharpe to India to check out an Indian prince who appears to threaten British interests. The mission becomes dangerous when a general's daughter is kidnapped and Sharpe must find her.moreless
Duscan goes into hiding, but an informer tells the police where he is and he is arrested. He confesses to killing both sisters. However Jane is convinced that Milan Lukic and Duscan Zigic were working together. She goes to Bosnia to discover the truth. On her return she is sent for by Scotland Yard who make her sign the official secrets act and warn her to stay off the case. However a visit to her father convinces Jane that she should stick to her convictions.moreless
Jane is asked if she might consider retiring soon after thirty years in service and seven as a Detective Superintendent. Jane ponders this and then a body of a young Serbian girl is found in a warehouse. The girl has been tortured and strangled. Jane decides to take the case over from Detective Chief Inspector Simon Finch. Her investigation leads her to a Duscan Zigic who has possibly committed atrocities of war in Bosnia.moreless
Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead on Dartmoor, with his face contorted in terror and the footprints of a huge dog near his body. On arrival in England, Sir Charles's American heir, now Sir Henry Baskerville, engages Holmes to come to Devon and get to the bottom of the age-old legend of the Hound of the Baskervilles - a phantom which kills.
From the outset, Holmes is convinced there is a human murderer at work and he lays a deep plan to foil him.