“A Study in Scarlet” is the first “Sherlock Holmes” story written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1886 and got published the following year in Beeton’s Christmas Annual.
The story introduces the worldwide renowned consulting detective Sherlock Holmes and his faithful companion and chronicler Dr. John H. Watson. Together, the duo embarks to decipher the mystery behind the unusual murder of an American gentleman, in an abandoned house located off the Brixton Road in London: an affair that has its origins in the early years of the Mormon settlement in Salt Lake City, Utah…
Our Etomes e-book includes the original tale with rich trivia information on dozens of details, and comprehensive articles about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, The Victorian Era and Mormonism.
Inside the e-book you will also find detailed analysis articles on Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John H. Watson and their famous apartment at 221B Baker Street. Finally, you may find thorough reviews on TV show Sherlock’s first episode “A Study in Pink” based on “A Story in Scarlet”, and another TV series House, MD., in which Dr. House himself is actually based on Holmes.
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