The Complete Sherlock Holmes: All 4 Novels and Short Stories

The Complete Sherlock Holmes: All 4 Novels and Short Stories

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Language: English

Pages: 1632

ISBN: 2:00019538

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Complete Sherlock Holmes: All 4 Novels and Short Stories

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Language: English

Pages: 1632

ISBN: 2:00019538

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A STUDY IN SCARLET
THE SIGN OF FOUR
ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
MEMOIRS OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES
THE VALLEY OF FEAR
HIS LAST BOW
THE CASE-BOOK OF SHERLOCK HOLMES
CONAN DOYLE’S LIST
- The Speckled Band
- The Red-Headed League
- The Dancing Men
- The Final Problem
- A Scandal in Bohemia
- The Empty House
- The Five Orange Pips
- The Second Stain
- The Devil's Foot
- The Priory School
- The Musgrave Ritual
- The Reigate Squires
- Nancy Blakestad
BAKER STREET JOURNAL
- The Speckled Band
- The Red-Headed League
- The Blue Carbuncle
- Silver Blaze
- A Scandal in Bohemia
- The Musgrave Ritual
- The Bruce-Partington Plans
- The Six Napoleons
- The Dancing Men
- The Empty House

Scared Stiff

The Last Confession of Sherlock Holmes

After the Lies

The Handsome Man's Deluxe Café (No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, Book 15)

Murder of an Open Book (Scumble River, Book 18)

Star of Stone (Century Quartet, Book 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[19] here wants to take diggings; and as you were complaining that you could get no one to go halves with you, I thought that I had better bring you together.” Sherlock Holmes seemed delighted at the idea of sharing his rooms with me. “I have my eye on a suite in Baker Street,” he said, “which would suit us down to the ground. You don’t mind the smell of strong tobacco, I hope?” “I always smoke ‘ship’s’ myself,” I answered. “That’s good enough. I generally have chemicals about, and occasionally

therefore, been in the hands of your eldest brother.” “Right, so far,” said I. “Anything else?” “He was a man of untidy habits–very untidy and careless. He was left with good prospects, but he threw away his chances, lived for some time in poverty with occasional short intervals of prosperity, and finally, taking to drink, he died. That is all I can gather.” I sprang from my chair and limped impatiently about the room with considerable bitterness in my heart. “This is unworthy of you, Holmes,” I

another of his attacks of energy.” At this moment there was a loud ring at the bell, and I could hear Mrs. Hudson, our landlady, raising her voice in a wail of expostulation and dismay. “By heavens, Holmes,” I said, half rising, “I believe that they are really after us.” “No, it’s not quite so bad as that. It is the unofficial force–the Baker Street irregulars.” As he spoke, there came a swift pattering of naked feet upon the stairs, a clatter of high voices, and in rushed a dozen dirty and

Camberwell, and quite dark by the time I reached home. My companion’s book and pipe lay by his chair, but he had disappeared. I looked about in the hope of seeing a note, but there was none. “I suppose that Mr. Sherlock Holmes has gone out,” I said to Mrs. Hudson as she came up to lower the blinds. “No, sir. He has gone to his room, sir. Do you know, sir,” sinking her voice into an impressive whisper, “I am afraid for his health.” “Why so, Mrs. Hudson?” “Well, he’s that strange, sir. After you

upon the table, but at that moment my eye caught an advertisement in the agony column. It ran in this way: LOST–Whereas Mordecai Smith, boatman, and his son Jim, left Smith’s Wharf at or about three o’clock last Tuesday morning in the steam launch Aurora, black with two red stripes, funnel black with a white band, the sum of five pounds will be paid to anyone who can give information to Mrs. Smith, at Smith’s Wharf, or at 221B, Baker Street, as to the whereabouts of the said Mordecai Smith and

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