A Study in Scarlet
A Study in Scarlet was Sherlock Holmes' first outing into the literary world. Published in 1887 (after many rejections) it was an immediate success. Conan Doyle's quirky hero, with his cold deductive mind, violin playing and cocaine addiction, fascinated the reading public, and laid the... show more
A Study in Scarlet was Sherlock Holmes' first outing into the literary world. Published in 1887 (after many rejections) it was an immediate success. Conan Doyle's quirky hero, with his cold deductive mind, violin playing and cocaine addiction, fascinated the reading public, and laid the foundation for the many Sherlock Holmes books and short stories that were to follow over the next three decades. In this first work, all the winning ingredient of a Holmes novel appear fully-formed: a murder, puzzling clues, evil villains, startling locations and an elegant, surprising solution provided in typical laconic style by the arch-sleuth himself.
Publish date: August 31st 2010
Publisher: Aziloth Books
Pages no: 106
Edition language: English
Read on Wordpress- The Bookworm Daydreamer- A Study in Scarlet Book Review Title: A Study in Scarlet Series: Sherlock Holmes Author: Arthur Conan Doyle Rating: 4/5 stars Prior to this one, the only Sherlock Holmes story I've read was A Scandal in Bohemia. I haven't watched any Sherlock Holmes ...
Der gute Mister Sherlock Holmes. In "Eine Studie in Scharlachrot" begegnen wir ihm und Mr. Watson zum ersten Mal. Eine kuriose Begegnung, die gleich zeigt, was für ein verquerer und verschrobener Vogel doch Holmes ist. Aber nicht ganz so bizarr wie ich ihn mir manchmal vom Hörensagen vorgstellt habe...
Well this book is free, so if you want to read about how Dr. Watson first came to meet and live with Sherlock Holmes on Baker Street, here you go. I actually thought that the character of Dr. Watson and Sherlock read as very young to me. Sherlock is so excited about things and Dr. Watson is a bit no...
A Study in Scarlet by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Book 1 of Sherlock Holmes *Audio Part from The Complete Sherlock Holmes | Narrated by Simon Vance In the debut of literature's most famous sleuth, a dead man is discovered in a bloodstained room in Brixton. The only clues are a wedding ring, a gold ...
Simple, entertaining, to the point. Great light reading for when you don't want anything too long but also exciting enough.