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Author: Arthur Conan Doyle
Conan Doyle's detective stories often turn on medical principles. Their plots often seem like extended medical analyses, moving from hypothesis to diagnosis through the accumulation of facts and Holmes' characteristic deductive reasoning.
This volume contains 12 short stories. Each begins in a logical way, but soon drifts into mystery and intrigue which Sherlock Homes must investigate
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From the first moment of their conversation a horrible misgiving had come over me. It seemed more than confirmed as I gazed at what lay before me. It was a li...
Doyle, the English novelist best known for his Sherlock Holmes detective books, also wrote historical novels.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is remembered almost solely for his creation of the detective Sherlock Holmes.
Three familiar agents (32, 33, 666) visit Chimney Rock State Park (NC, USA) on a nice spring day for hiking, history, geology, incredible views, and strange c...
The author (Agent 33) goes back to where he lived for four years (1997-2001) with his 2nd wife and his twelve-year-old son on a nice April day in the Blue Rid...
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This short fiction story entails two beautiful lady colleagues who had all the good times of their lives working and contributing to their careers at an IT fi...
Agents 32 and 33 take a trip to Asheville to take in the Blackbird Blackbird show at the One Stop Deli and Bar.
It's a nice evening of psychedelically inf...