Selected work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is known all over the world as the creator of one of the most famous fictional characters in English literature, the master detective Sherlock Holmes, but he was much more than the originator of modern detective literature. He was a man of many talents and pursuits: a medical doctor, multi-talented sportsman, prolific and excellent storyteller, keen patriot and a staunch imperialist, as well as a campaigner against miscarriages of justice. Although the Sherlock Holmes stories are his best fiction, Conan Doyle wrote novels and short stories in many genres. These include historical fiction, horror and suspense, psychological thriller, science fiction, poetry, and plays for the stage. In addition, Sir Arthur wrote nonfiction works on a variety of subjects: essays on literature, accounts of England’s involvement in the South African War and World War I, memoirs and diaries, writings about photography, works on the paranormal, occult and Spiritualism. Selected work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is a collection of few of his works. This book comprise of 1. The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes, 2. Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, 3. The Hound Of The Baskervilles, 4. The Lost World, 5. A Study In Scarlet, 6. The Valley Of Fear.