Sherlock Holmes Series Complete Collection 7 Books Set by Arthur Conan Doyle - Adult - Paperback

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Titles in this set:

1. The Return of Sherlock Holmes
2. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
3. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
4. The Valley of Fear & His Last Bow
5. The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes
6. The Hound of Baskervilles
7. A Study in Scarlet & The Sign of Four

Description :

The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Three years after the tragic and shocking apparent 'death' of the best detective in the world — in the 'The Final Problem' — Sherlock Holmes returns, much to the surprise of the world and of his companion, Dr.John Watson. Having solved the 'Moriarty' problem by dismantling his criminal network, Sherlock Holmes must once again come to London's aid as a gun-totting criminal prowls its streets. In this collection, Doyle gives his readers thirteen brilliant stories and a sense of absolute joy by returning to life the world's most beloved detective.

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of eleven short stories. Amidst another set of intriguing cases of burglaries, disappearances and murder, this compilation also introduces Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock Holmes' elder brother, and Professor James Moriarty a criminal mastermind - two of the most iconic characters of the Holmes universe, who have been risen to particular prominence through the many on-screen adaptations of the books.

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of 12 short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle revolving around Sherlock Holmes, 'the most perfect machine to observe and reason on the planet' -and quite easily history's best, most popular detective. Using his genius skills of observation and deduction, Holmes cracks mysteries that no one else can- whether for independent clients or for Scotland Yard itself. The stories are chronicled and narrated by Holmes' trusted partner, Dr. John Watson, who often accompanies the detective during his investigations.

The Valley of Fear & His Last Bow
The Valley of Fear and His Last Bow presents a novel and a collection of short stories in one book. In The Valley of Fear, the intrepid detective and his trusty partner of him must delve deep into the mystery of a seeming suicide at a manor. At the heart of the case is a secret organization and some truly nefarious men. In the second set of eight stories, women go mysteriously missing on a holiday, the British government comes under fire, and German spies make an appearance, among the many baffling cases tackled by the iconic duo.

The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes
The last collection of the many complex cases of Holmes and Watson, The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes brings the readers to the very end, with the passing of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In addition to the usual narration by Dr. Watson, this compilation offers two cases told by Sherlock Holmes himself. Join this final journey into the world of murder and mayhem, locked-room mysteries that both bewilder and entertain, with stories like The Problem of Thor Bridge ', The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire' and "The Adventure of the Creeping Man '.

The Hound of Baskervilles
From amidst the dark landscape of Dartmoor, Sir Henry Baskerville brings to Sherlock Holmes a mystery that seems to defy both science and common sense. In this standalone novel, Holmes and Dr. Watson must decipher the mystery of a seemingly supernatural threat. Even as every clue seems to point to something beyond this world, Sherlock Holmes must persevere in his quest for a rational explanation for it all. What really is behind this' curse that haunts Dartmoor and the Baskerville House - a black hound with glowing red eyes, unexplained howls, lights that appear and disappear? Doyle keeps you guessing until the very end.

A Study in Scarlet & The Sign of Four
A Study in Scarlet and The Sign of Four are two stories in which the genius of Sherlock Holmes was first established. A Study in Scarlet introduces Dr. John Watson, Holmes partner-in-solving crimes, and takes a deep dive into the mind of the brilliant detective and his deductive skills from him. From a rocky start to a legendary partnership, this is the case where it all began. In The Sign of Four, Holmes and Watson hunt down a stolen treasure upon the insistence of one Mary Morstan - an investigation that throws the trio into a vortex involving secret pacts and mysterious messages.