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The Hound of The Baskervilles

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Languages: English

Number Of Pages: 224

Binding: Paperback

Package Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.0 x 0.7 inches

Release Date: 01-04-2019

Details: Product Description “The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observes.” found dead on the grounds of his estate with a horrifying expression on his face, Sir Charles Baskerville is suspected to have had a heart attack. But Dr. James Mortimer, Charles’ friend and medical Attendant, is Unconvinced and suspicious. As the legend has it, the Baskerville family has been plagued by a gigantic hound since the Civil War era, and Dr. Mortimer observed footprints of a similar creature a little distance off the body. As he reaches out to Sherlock Holmes, worried about the safety of the only heir, Sir Henry Baskerville, how will Holmes unravel the mystery and save Henry from the evil fate? Gripping and iconic, the hound of the Baskervilles is one of the finest stories ever written. It has been adapted for film and television time and again. More than a century after its first publication, the novel continues to remain a spine-chilling classic. About the Author An exceptionally talented storyteller, Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in May 1859. Doyle began writing while studying at the University of Edinburgh Medical School. In 1886, he began writing A Study in Scarlet, the story which not only featured Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson for the first time, but was also the first work of detective fiction where the magnifying glass was used as an investigative tool. Sherlock Holmes, the most well-known fictional detective, has been listed with Guinness World Records as the “most portrayed movie character” in history. Doyle wrote numerous novels, short stories, and novellas. The Valley of Fear (1915) is his fourth and last Sherlock Holmes novel. His later works reflect his passion for spiritualism, which had started when he joined the Society of Psychical Research in 1873. Doyle died of a heart attack in July 1930. He continues to be remembered as a master storyteller and the creator of the timeless detective, Sherlock Holmes.