El regreso de Sherlock Holmes [NOOK Book]

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Después del aparentemente fatal encuentro con el siniestro Profesor Moriarty en las cataratas de Reichenbach, en la última historia de Memorias de Sherlock Holmes, el gran detective reaparece en “La aventura de la casa vacía” para deleitar una vez a sus lectores. El presente volumen reúne trece extraordinarios relatos protagonizados por el célebre detective del 221 B Baker Street. El propio Holmes nos revela el misterio tras su “resurrección” en “La aventura de la casa vacía”, al tiempo que resuelve el asesinato ...
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El regreso de Sherlock Holmes

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Overview

Después del aparentemente fatal encuentro con el siniestro Profesor Moriarty en las cataratas de Reichenbach, en la última historia de Memorias de Sherlock Holmes, el gran detective reaparece en “La aventura de la casa vacía” para deleitar una vez a sus lectores. El presente volumen reúne trece extraordinarios relatos protagonizados por el célebre detective del 221 B Baker Street. El propio Holmes nos revela el misterio tras su “resurrección” en “La aventura de la casa vacía”, al tiempo que resuelve el asesinato de Ronald Adair. En “La aventura de los bailarines”, quizá uno de sus relatos más logrados, un extraño código encierra la clave para resolver el misterio de las extrañas notas recibidas por la Sra. Hilton Cubitt. En “La aventura de los seis napoleones” Holmes descubre el inquietante misterio que se esconde tras el vandalismo que sufren unos bustos de Napoleón. Editados originalmente en la revista The Strand, entre 1903 y 1904, estos trece cuentos fueron publicados en forma de libro en 1903 bajo el título de El regreso de Sherlock Holmes. Constituyen, sin duda, una brillante muestra de la capacidad de observación, lógica y deducción de uno de lo personajes de ficción más célebres de todos los tiempos. CONTENIDO: La aventura de la casa deshabitada - La aventura del constructor de Norwood - La aventura de los bailarines - La aventura del ciclista solitario - La aventura del colegio Priory - La aventura del Negro Peter - La aventura de Charles Augustus Milverton - La aventura de los seis Napoleones - La aventura de los tres estudiantes - La aventura de los lentes de oro - La aventura del Tres-cuartos desaparecido - La aventura de Abbey Grange - La aventura de la segunda mancha.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015936339
  • Publisher: Claridad
  • Publication date: 11/6/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Los misterios de Sherlock Holmes , #5
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 1,302,837
  • File size: 649 KB

Meet the Author

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930) fue un escritor escocés, célebre por crear el detective más famoso del mundo: Sherlock Holmes.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930) was a Scottish physician and writer, most noted for his stories about the detective Sherlock Holmes, generally considered a milestone in the field of crime fiction.
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