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This edition of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes contains twelve short stories that introduce the reader to the iconic detective and his sidekick, Dr. Watson.
Sherlock Holmes is a mysterious person. Extremely observant, highly intelligent, and yet emotionally unstable, Holmes' reputation as a detective is unparalleled. Beyond his proclivity for forensic science, Sherlock Homes is a gifted violinist, thoroughly enjoys using the word, "elementary," and is always dressed in his signature deerstalker cap and cape - all of which serve him in fending off his arch nemesis, Moriarty. Dr. Watson, one of Sherlock Holmes' few acquaintances, aids him in his mystery-solving adventures, and the duo are legendary among the ranks of fictional crime-solving sleuths.
Written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, this edition of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes includes stories such as A Scandal in Bohemia, The Red-Headed League, A Case of Identity and many more. With an eye-catching new cover and new note about the author, this book is both modern and readable.