The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Discover the first adventures of the most iconic detective of all time.
This quintessential collection includes many of the famous cases that made the legendary Sherlock Holmes one of fiction's most popular creations. Set against the foggy backdrop of London and the English countryside, each story unravels an exciting new mystery, from mistaken identity and ominous omens to counterfeit currency and daring robberies. First published in the Strand magazine in the early 1890s, these stories cemented Holmes and Watson as behemoths of detective fiction – and this is where it all began.
Part of a boldly designed series of classics, with wider margins for notes, this book is perfect for design-lovers and students alike. With bold, eye-catching graphic covers by Evi O Studio, this collection aims to introduce a selection of the most celebrated works of the last thousand years to a new audience. Featuring tales of adventure, fiction from the 19th and 20th centuries, feminist writings, and reflections on art, politics, philosophy and the origins of man, this is a small, wide-reaching and essential collection.
'Life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent.'
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