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1905 edition; P.F. Collier & Son publisher, New York; illustrated; hardbound in red boards with gilt lettering on cover and spine; spine has fading (see pic); some minor age foxing of pages; no dust jacket.

 

Description -

The first story is set in 1894 and has Holmes returning in London and explaining the period from 1891–1894, a period called "The Great Hiatus" by Sherlockian enthusiasts. Also of note is Watson's statement in the last story of the cycle that Holmes has retired, and forbids him to publish any more stories.

 

Arthur Conan Doyle -

Arthur Conan Doyle KStJ, DL (1859–1930) was a Scottish writer and physician. In addition to the series of stories chronicling the activities of Sherlock Holmes and his friend Dr John Watson for which he is well-known, Doyle wrote on a wide range of topics, both fictional and non-fictional. In 1876 Doyle entered the University of Edinburgh Medical School, where he became a pupil of Joseph Bell, whose deductive processes impressed his pupil so much that the teacher became the chief model for Holmes. Doyle began writing while still a student, and in October 1879 he had his first work—"The Mystery of the Sasassa Valley"—published in Chambers's Journal.

 

He continued writing short works—both fictional and non-fictional—throughout his career, and had over 200 stories and articles published

The Return of Sherlock Holmes by A. Conan Doyle

SKU: BS62b
$28.00Price