Aside Arthur Conan Doyle is a collection of twenty original short stories by the twentieth Century Editor and Journalist, Bertram Fletcher Robinson (1870-1907). He is perhaps best remembered for assisting Arthur Conan Doyle with the story, The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901). Thereafter, Fletcher Robinson wrote fifty-four stories before his tragically early death. Throughout this period, Conan Doyle and Fletcher Robinson remained close friends and each man appears to have influenced the other man's work. This book was written as a tribute to the special friendship between Fletcher Robinson and Conan Doyle; a friendship that enriched British literary history.