The Six Napoleons
Holmes shrugged his shoulders.
"We have a long way to go yet," said he. "And yet - and yet - well, we have some suggestive facts to act upon. The possession of this trifling bust was worth more, in the eyes of this strange criminal, than a human life. That is one point. Then there is the singular fact that he did not break it in the house, or immediately outside the house, if to break it was his sole object."