This definitive volume includes all four original Sherlock Holmes novels, and all 56 original short stories, complete and unabridged, in a special edition with gilded page edges.
When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle introduced the world to Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson in 1887's A Study in Scarlet, a true icon of literature was born. Since then, their humble address at 221B Baker Street has become almost as famous as the great detective himself, with the incredible popularity of Sherlock Holmes's adventures never wavering over the last 130 years.
Bound in a rich, collector's cover, this deluxe and expansive edition, produced in association with The Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street, is the definitive collection for fans of the great detective. It contains all of Conan Doyle's stories - four novels and a colossal 56 short stories - complete and unabridged, encompassing the entirety of the legendary author's Sherlock Holmes work.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1859. He studied medicine at Edinburgh University and it was as a student that he first began writing fiction. He created his most famous character, Sherlock Holmes, while working as a doctor in Portsmouth and would go on to become a prolific author writing science fiction, historical novels, romances, plays and poetry as well as his ground-breaking detective adventures.
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Table Of Contents:
Four novels: A Study in Scarlet; The Sign of Four; The Hound of the Baskervilles; The Valley of Fear.
And 56 short stories, including: A Scandal in Bohemia; The Red-Headed League; A Case of Identity; The Boscombe Valley Mystery; The Five Orange Pips; The Adventure of Silver Blaze; The Adventure of the Cardboard Box; The Adventure of the Yellow Face; The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk; The Adventure of the Gloria Scott; The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual.