The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Originally serialised in The Strand Magazine, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s debut collection of short stories is told from the perspective of Sherlock’s trusty wing-man Watson, as the pair of them set about putting the world to rights – one mystery at at a time.
In a world of misplaced privilege and bureaucratic quandaries, the reliably witty Sherlock Holmes doles out his fresh interpretations of justice to the London populace, meeting his ongoing romantic interest, Irene, in the process.
Conan Doyle’s enduring classic is more present than ever before in popular culture – now is your chance to catch up with the original.
- Watson and Holmes' dynamic is unbeatable.
- Includes some of Conan Doyle's most admired tales.
- A mystery story a day – what's not to love?
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“There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.” ― Arthur Conan Doyle In 1964, the BBC secured rights to adapt any 5 Sherlock Holmes stories with an option for a further 8 from the Doyle estate. #221Movie
“There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.” ― Arthur Conan Doyle— Nagendra Dandamudi (@NAGENDRA2009) September 23, 2016
In 1964, the BBC secured rights to adapt any 5 Sherlock Holmes stories with an option for a further 8 from the Doyle estate. #221Movie— Howard Ostrom (@HowardOstrom) September 14, 2016