The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a series of books written by Arthur Conan Doyle. Arthur was eminent for writing stories interrelated to detectives and fiction. The very book of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes contained 12 volumes of books in it. Though the author is same, the clients were different for each story in the book. The publisher of the book was George Newnes. This famous book soon became popular in the whole world. The populace had it in great demand. It was published in the year 1892. It was so attention-grabbing progression and succession than any other which had come to light in that interlude.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Scotland, in the year 1859 and died in the year 1930 in England. His work was to write novels. However, he included romance, poetry, and physics. He also used to write short stories in a amusing and entertaining way.
The twelve volumes of the books were:
- A Scandal in Bohemia. – Client: – The King of Bohemia.
- The Adventure of the red-headed League. – Client: – Jabez Wilson.
- A case of Identity. – Client: – Mary Sutherland.
- The Boscombe Valley Mystery. – Client: – Alice Turner.
- The Five Orange Pips. – Client: – John Openshaw.
- The man with the Twisted Lip. – Client: – Mrs. St. Clair.
- The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle. – Client:- (Not mentioned)
- The Adventure of the Speckled Band. – Client: – Ms. Helen Stoner.
- The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb. – Client: – Victor Hatherley.
- The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor. – Client: – St. Simon.
- The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet. – Client: – Alexander Holder.
- The Adventure of the Copper Beeches. – Client: – Violet Hunter.
Arthur Conan Doyle was always faithful in what he did as a writer. He never gave up at the sound of Buzzer. He was also loyal to his Clients and welcomed them home with meekness. He never forsook them when they came to get a council from him to write stories. The top most and outstanding personality was that he never felt jealous about his competitors. However, it was found after his death that the novels or books written by him were masterpieces. But the book was banned in Soviet Union, in 1929 for its author’s occultism. Everyone has to read this book to know the greatness of its author by experience and in person.
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