Arthur Conan Doyle,Александр Левкин

A Study In Scarlet

«In 1887, a young Arthur Conan Doyle published ‘A Study in Scarlet,’ thus creating an international icon in the quick-witted sleuth Sherlock Holmes. In this, the first Holmes mystery, the detective introduces himself to Dr. John H. Watson with the puzzling line ‘You have been in Afghanistan, I perceive.’ And so begins Watson’s, and the world’s, fascination with this enigmatic character.» Doyle presents two equally perplexing mysteries for Holmes to solve—one a murder that takes place in the shadowy outskirts of London, in a locked room where the haunting word Rache is written upon the wall, the other a kidnapping set in the American West. Quickly picking up the «scarlet thread of murder running through the colourless skein of life,» Holmes does not fail at finding the truth—and making literary history.
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    Pockets in The Woodsshared an impression3 months ago

    Reading it at this age makes me realize that somehow the culprit is pretty obvious

    Charlotteshared an impressionlast year
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    Really good, I couldn't put it down at all! It is really wonderfull to see how Sherlock Holmes arrived to the conclusion, and the backstories are facinating.

    b0513087876shared an impression2 years ago

    А на русском языке не судьба выложить?


    megustasbananahas quoted4 years ago
    It is a capital mistake to theorize before you have all the evidence. It biases the judgment.”
    Anton Adigamovhas quoted5 years ago
    My surprise reached a climax
    anastazijavegelhas quoted2 years ago
    “I consider that a man’s brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose.

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