The Curious Case of the Missing Mice
[Warning: This is going to be very cheesy.]
From the Diary of Dr. John Ratson
A string of mouse-nappings had Scotland Yard as stumped as a tail caught in a trap.
The evidence was as full of holes as a wedge of Swiss cheese.
They had no choice but to bring in the famous detective, Squeaklock Holmes.
After consulting with his elder brother, Micecroft, Holmes mused he hadn’t seen a case this curious since The Hound of the Whiskervilles.
“I smell a rat,” he declared. “It’s got to be none other than my sworn foe, the Big Cheese of Crime, Morbier-ty.”
One wonders, how does he use his powers of deduction to solve unsolvable cases?
“It’s emmental-ary, my dear Ratson.”