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Sherlock Holmes: The Hound of the Baskervilles (Sherlock Complete Set 5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 14, 2012

    The first post gives too much e The first post gives too much way about the book.

    The first post gives too much way about the book. I mean why read now you know whats going to happen. But i did in fact read it and its pretty cool. Sorry the story has been spoiled for you,but its a good story.

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  • Posted December 2, 2010

    Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles

    In London around the 1800s Sherlock Holmes is a detective working with his assistant Dr. Watson. When Sherlock Holmes hears of Sir Charles Baskerville's death he talks to Dr. Mortimer and Sir Henry Baskerville, the heir to Baskerville Hall and the money that was left in his name. Sir Henry Baskerville was living in America and when he heard that his uncle has been murdered he comes to London to inherit his fortune. When he gets to London he is accompanied by Dr. Mortimer who is a doctor at the Charing Cross Hospital. Dr. Mortimer comes to Holmes with Sir Henry Baskerville and tells him what has happened. While Sir Henry is staying at a hotel he gets a letter that warns him to stay away from the moor, he takes it to Sherlock Holmes to let him look at it. After a few days they decide to go to Baskerville Hall. Sherlock Holmes thinks that it would be best if Dr. Watson accompanied Sir Henry to the Hall and would stay with him. While Dr. Watson is there he tries to figure out what has happened to Sir Charles Baskerville. I think that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle did a good job in describing Sherlock Holmes and how he lived and the mystery of the moor at Baskerville Hall.

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    Posted January 14, 2012

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