The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes - Arthur Conan Doyle

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

By Arthur Conan Doyle

  • Release Date: 1892-10-14
  • Genre: British Detectives
Score: 4.5
From 10,409 Ratings


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You get not one, not two, but 25 gripping mysteries in Arthur Conan Doyle’s first of five collections of Sherlock Holmes short stories. Follow the brilliant and eccentric Holmes and his loyal sidekick, Dr. Watson, as they journey to lavish country estates to investigate baffling cases involving indiscreet royal affairs, cheetahs, redheads, and gypsies. Every one of Conan Doyle’s tales is full of surprising - but always logical - twists. (Fun fact: This book includes “The Speckled Band,” the author’s self-proclaimed favorite of all of his Sherlock Holmes short stories.)


  • Volume !?

    By Knowledge9020
    What, volume is this !?
  • Good

    By VũViVu
  • Sherlock Holmes

    By msem10
    I thought the stories/cases were average at best. I was overall, disappointed.
  • Mooooooooo hahahahahahHahahahahahahahahahHH

    By Murtuza Husain Miya Patel
    You fools hahahahaha
  • Love

    By ppppppoppppppooooooppppppp
    It was great I love how it is dated back to a very long time ago
  • Thanks

    By Piscatorialist41
    A wonderful set of stories. Thanks !
  • VERY GOOD!!!!!!!!

    By dkffoerjfoworje
    I really like all the mystery’s and it is really fun to try to solve the mystery before Sherlock Holmes finds out.
  • Interesting

    By Cameron Reape♻️♻️
    I had never read this book before. But it’s interesting.
  • Loved the short stories

    By Guacamole929
    This was a great book, I was immediately interested. There are some chapters that are a bit slower, and even though I read them, they weren’t as interesting as the others. The great thing about this collection is that if you don’t like a story, move on to the next one. I would recommend The Speckled Band as the best on in there.
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

    By Flyez1
    Having been a fan of the movies, I was interested in reading this book. The writing was a challenge to sometimes comprehend, due to English ways of description in the 1870’s - 1890’s. However, character development was by far excellent, along with storyline. Highly recommended reading puts you in England alongside Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes, for many cases to solve!