The Case-book of Sherlock Holmes

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Book Description

The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of previously published Sherlock Holmes stories published in 1927 by British writer Arthur Conan Doyle. The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes offers twelve short stories explaining the detective's work. The works included range from a soldier quarantined away because of a mystery illness to a veiled lodger with a harrowing story to confess. Sherlock Holmes the gaunt, ascetic, ruthlessly logical pursuer of crime and mystery created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle needs no introduction. The adventures of this sharp, witty and moody detective along with his loveable pedantic and faithful friend Dr. Watson are a perennial source of inspiration to lovers of crime fiction. The book brings to you the criminal investigation of mysteries by master detective Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes is a well-reputed criminal investigator from London. He has an astute observation that allows him to pick up clues from the most mundane happenings. Armed with extraordinary forensic skills and an unparalleled skill of deductive reasoning, he solves some of the most challenging cases. His clients come from different strata of the society, ranging from the common folks to the royalty.

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