In “The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb,” the author makes use of a typical element found in his other mystery stories when he describes
A. Watson taking on a mysterious medical case, early in ...
... the morning.
B. Stark luring a victim to a dark, rambling, country house.
C. Hatherley conveniently waking up near the train station.
D. Holmes deducing a connection to a missing-person ad.
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