Arthur Conan Doyle's A Study in Scarlet (Modern Library Classics) PDF
By Arthur Conan Doyle
In 1887, a tender Arthur Conan Doyle released A examine in Scarlet, therefore developing a global icon within the quick-witted sleuth Sherlock Holmes. during this, the 1st Holmes secret, the detective introduces himself to Dr. John H. Watson with the perplexing line “You were in Afghanistan, I perceive.” And so starts Watson’s, and the world’s, fascination with this enigmatic character.
Doyle provides both confusing mysteries for Holmes to unravel: one a homicide that occurs within the shadowy outskirts of London, in a locked room the place the haunting observe Rache is written upon the wall, the opposite a kidnapping set within the American West. speedy selecting up the “scarlet thread of homicide working during the colourless skein of life,” Holmes doesn't fail at discovering the truth—and making literary background.
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A Study in Scarlet (Modern Library Classics) by Arthur Conan Doyle