Exploits of Sherlock Holmes
October 5th, 2015 by Aldouspi

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From the son of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and one of America's greatest mystery writers, John Dickson Carr, comes twelve riveting tales based on incidents or elements of the unsolved cases of Sherlock Holmes. The plots are all new, with painstaking attention to the mood, tone, and detail of the original stories. Here is a fascinating volume of mysteries for new Sherlock fans, as well as for those who have read all the classics and crave more!

Product Details

  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Gramercy (May 11, 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0517203383
  • ISBN-13: 978-0517203385
  • Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 1.2 x 8.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces

Customer Reviews

A Absolute Must Read... also Kindle Version Review

One person found this helpful.
 on November 30, 2011
By Albert J. Valentino
First of all this is a wonderful story and the second in the Holmes canon. This not a short story but a novel, actually the second novel (total of 4 novels) with the other 50+ stories being short stories. This ideally should be read second, after 

Great mystery and suspense writing.

 on October 15, 2017
By Robert A. Cohen
I'm reading Sherlock Holmes in order. This one, like all the others, is great mystery and suspense writing.

Doyle is a classic

 on August 24, 2015
By cc
Arthur Conan Doyle is classic for a reason. (How I escaped ever reading any of his writings at my advanced age, I can't say, but I have read him now.)

A Thriller

 on April 25, 2016
By jjheartblog
This is one of the more "thrilling" Sherlock Holmes stories in my opinion. I definitely enjoyed it, and would recommend it for any classic mystery lovers. It won't disappoint you!

Five Stars

 on October 5, 2017
By Bluebird
Who knew the Sherlock Holmes stories were so wonderful? Glad I picked this one up!

... read and was surprised as to how much I enjoyed it --- and is only 156 pages so I ...

 on November 13, 2016
By Lynn Demsky
This is the first Sherlock Holmes mystery I have ever read and was surprised as to how much I enjoyed it --- and is only 156 pages so I probably read it in four hours – I enjoyed his idiosyncrasies (morphine, cocaine, pipe smoking, violin playing, general impatience) and his companion Watson and how they often disagreed but still got the job done basically because of Holmes but truly an enjoyable read!

Nicely Done

 on August 13, 2017
By Vincent
Quite charming cases by son of Arthur Conan Doyle. Published in early 1950s

Precursor of all fictional detectives in print and video

 on June 4, 2014
By Tom Shofner
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is not only the master of the genre, he created it from whole cloth! He has seldom been equaled and never been surpassed in my opinion. We see his stories on the tube almost verbatim today. I must confess my miserly happiness that the work is in the public domain and, hence, readily available to a pensioner on a very limited income. Many nights, I drift off to dreams of Baker Street and the game afoot. Sure, I know Victorian London was a dirty dangerous place packed with undesirables,, hardly the stuff of dreams. That is the beauty of Doyle's work. He paints that place as an adventurous landscape full of intrigue. If I want reality, I can go to Portland and watch the rats eating bagels.

Classic Sherlock Holmes, with an excellent Audible companion

 on November 14, 2013
By Jim Hall
THE SIGN OF THE FOUR, a classic Sherlock Holmes novella, is a good story, well told. As with many works from this time period (1890), it is a trifle long-winded; the denouement in particular was really too long.

Great classic

 on March 15, 2014
By cary lynn edwards
In the beginning of the book, you get a real look at Sherlock, and at Sir Arthur's writing brilliance. He pulls you right into the character of Sherlock, even if just through the eyes of Watson. You see his need for passion and constant stimulation and how utterly dreary life is to him when he does not have something. I am always amazed at his attention to detail, and the way he goes about solving his investigations. This book introduces you to Mary, and how Watson falls for her. The only reason that I did not give it 5 stars is because I was a little bogged down by the details of the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Having a quick lesson on the rebellion details may have helped a little.

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