The Return Of Sherlock Holmes
About This Book
Sherlock Holmes, thought to have perished in the icy depths of the Reichenbach Falls along with his nemesis in “The Final Problem,” is back three years later in The Return of Sherlock Holmes, startling Dr. Watson and embarking on a whole new set of mysteries.Doyle had written “The Final Problem” intending to put an end to Holmes and move on to other things, but immense pressure from loyal fans and readers around the globe finally persuaded him to 'resurrect' his creation in a clever, believable way. And so we now have thirteen more classic stories to go on. Starting with his return in “The Empty House” and ending with “The Second Stain,” the bizarre conundrums presented in this collection are sure to puzzle and entertain you. The suspenseful “Adventure of the Priory School” highlights Holmes' incredible analytical skills, and “The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton” shows that Holmes and Watson are not afraid to do the right thing, even if it means breaking the law. About the Author Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was born on May 22, 1859, in Edinburgh, Scotland. Doyle's literary output was prodigious. During his writing career, he wrote 21 novels and over 150 short stories, and he also published non-fiction, essays, articles, memoirs, and three volumes of poetry. But his magnum opus was undoubtedly Sherlock Holmes. He was a versatile and complex personality; a physician by education, he was also a keen sportsman, a war correspondent, a campaigner for social justice, and an active spiritualist.
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