About “The Final Case,” Doctor Scofield, Captain Underhill’s personal physician, comments, “A most interesting case study. It is both sad and ironic that the mental affliction Captain Underhill used to pretend to suffer from: that of being senile, was ultimately the very thing that laid him low. And yet, in the annals of crime solving, if this final case does nothing else, it proves the kind of natural-born sleuth my good friend, Waverly, was. That, even in the face of this grim and merciless adversary, he was still able to function at a high enough level to out-pace other brilliant minds, even though he had long ago surrendered the ability to even tie his own shoes.”
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