A collection of books by Arthur Conan Doyle about the most famous detective in the world
Ever since his first appearance in the prose of Arthur Conan Doyle in 1887, private detective Sherlock Holmes has captured our attention with his unusual methods. With his careful observation and logical deduction, this rather cold-blooded and calculated detective succeeded in solving even the hardest cases, often working on those that other detectives found too hard. Conan Doyle modelled the character of Holmes after his college professor, who had the ability to guess the occupations and life situations of passers-by by observing a few details about them. His precision and methodical approach to investigation have not only made him the main character of many works by Arthur Conan Doyle, but also an inspration for thousands of essays, poems, books, plays and films. He is one of the most frequently adapted literary characters, as confirmed for many years by the Guinnes Book of World Records. His character has been played by over 70 actors in more than 200 films and TV series.
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