The Return of Sherlock Holmes

The Return of Sherlock Holmes

By Arthur Conan Doyle

  • Release Date : 1903-01-01
  • Genre : Crime & Thrillers
  • FIle Size : 0.26 MB
Score: 4.5
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The Return of Sherlock Holmes Once again Mr Sherlock Holmes is free to devote his life to examining those interesting little problems which the complex life of London so plentifully presents'. Evil masterminds beware! Sherlock Holmes is back! Ten years after his supposed death in the swirling torrent of the Reichenbach Falls locked in the arms of his arch enemy Professor Moriarty, Arthur Conan Doyle agreed to pen further adventures featuring his brilliant detective. In the first story, 'The Empty House', Holmes returns to Baker Street and his good friend Watson, explaining how he escaped from his watery grave. In creating this collection of tales, Doyle had lost none of his cunning or panache, providing Holmes with a sparkling set of mysteries to solve and a challenging set of adversaries to defeat. The potent mixture includes murder, abduction, baffling cryptograms and robbery. We are also introduced to the one of the cruellest villains in the Holmes canon, the despicable Charles Augustus Milverton. As before, Watson is the superb narrator and the magic remains unchanged and undimmed.


  • The ultimate hero

    By BillyCraig
    As a massive Sherlock fan this is a book I will never tire of reading.
  • The Return of Sherlock Holmes

    By Ajplap
    A good attempt but after awhile the format begins to become tedious. This may be the nature of short stories in this style. Glad I didn't have to pay
  • Excellent

    By SarahAlvi
    Return of Sherlock Holmes is an interesting, beautifully written piece of work.
  • Holmes. The nineteenth century Englishman.

    By Martinfreye
    So good to read again prose that fore-runs the modern madness of Political Correctness and before laws were passed that proposed freedom but resulted in slavery. The high scented aroma of freedom of speech, for which we were told a war was waged and won, evokes the memory of all born in England before 1939.