My husband and I love many of the Sherlock Holmes films and series and we really enjoy following the mysteries that Holmes and Watson deal with. But both of us have never read a book on Sherlock Holmes! When I saw this book, I immediately thought it would be a great book to own!
As a fan of Sherlock Holmes and a bit of ‘Marie Kondo’ style (de-cluttering), this Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Collection is the definitive collection for fans of the great detective. This deluxe and expansive edition hardback book contains all of Conan Doyle’s stories with four novels and a colossal 56 short stories. They are all complete and unabridged, encompassing the entirety of the legendary author’s Sherlock Holmes works. This is produced in association with The Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221B Baker Street.
They always say don’t judge a book by its cover but on this occasion, I am totally judging this book by the cover! I would buy this book just for its rich, collector’s cover. It definitely looks great on any bookshelf!
When Sir Arthur Conan Doyle introduced the world to Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson in 1887’s A Study in Scarlet, a true icon of literature was born. As many will know, Sherlock Holmes is not interested in money and power. He simply loves the chance to flex his intellectual muscles and practise his unique method of deduction. This collection is great to get to know some of the lesser known stories and to follow Sherlock Holmes’s adventures into the criminal world of London.
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