The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Book Summary

James Scott on 2/24/2011 9:13:13 PM

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is a collection of twelve stories presented by Dr. Watson in form of a narrative. All of these twelve mysteries put to test Holmes’ intelligence, astute observation, instincts, and research skills. But as always, Sherlock Holmes is able to solve these mysteries with his unmatched detective skills.
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Chathurani on 9/5/2011 7:47:35 PM

I like to read Sherlock Holmes books. They are the most interesting books i have ever read.

Jason on 10/28/2011 2:12:32 PM

Hats off !! one of the finest writers of all times.
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Rakesh on 5/10/2011 11:17:03 PM

I love to read books that keep me interested throughout and gives me a feeling/excitement to go to the next page.

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jenna on 8/9/2011 12:46:13 PM

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GLFD. on 2/18/2011 12:28:13 PM

I love books and admit that I collect them endlessly...although, I find that as life wears on, I too am only too short of time and must be selective. I don't want to miss a great read, yet, so many books today are drivel - especially those under the bloody modern idea of "self help". (Get a Bible!) As to other genres, I have found that those with wisdom, wit and intellect are the best for the mind...and the soul. You cannot beat classical literature, a good mystery, or a Victorian classic to woo the muse of one's imagination.

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