The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
This edition of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes contains twelve short stories that introduce the reader to the iconic detective and his sidekick, Dr. Watson.
Sherlock Holmes is a mysterious person. Extremely observant, highly intelligent, and yet emotionally unstable, Holmes' reputation as a detective is unparalleled. Beyond his proclivity for forensic science, Sherlock Homes is a gifted violinist, thoroughly enjoys using the word, "elementary," and is always dressed in his signature deerstalker cap and cape - all of which serve him in fending off his arch nemesis, Moriarty. Dr. Watson, one of Sherlock Holmes' few acquaintances, aids him in his mystery-solving adventures, and the duo are legendary among the ranks of fictional crime-solving sleuths.
Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this edition of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes includes stories such as A Scandal in Bohemia , The Red-Headed League , A Case of Identity and many more. With an eye-catching new cover and new note about the author, this book is both modern and readable.
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