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A Study in Scarlet
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
45 Installments

The novel that first introduced readers to Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson concerns two murders, a mysterious message scrawled in blood, and an extremely unflattering view of Mormonism.

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I credit this book with my love for the mystery genre. I red it when I was quite young, and again as an adult and still found it brilliant.
 
Nov. 7, 2013
For a man as methodical and precise about his research as Conan Doyle was, I was extremely disappointed by the grievously incorrect information given in the story as fact, namely about the Mormons and early life in Utah! The story was excellent, until this was introduced to the plot. The author could not even bother himself to spell the names of actual people correctly. I think if he had done a bit more research and told his story better, I may have liked it more, which is a shame because I have enjoyed his other stories so much.
 
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My first Sherlock Holmes tale, and I loved it!
 
Nov. 7, 2013
readable.
 
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May 7, 2014
Mastery
The original english version of this book contains an amazing snapshot of Victorian English life. I found myself stopping to look up terms and then following them down a rabbit hole of bygone culture.
 
Feb. 20, 2015
Reread this after many years, and there's always something a bit funny about Holmes' deductions. It's an enjoyable read, and the newspapers lauding the Scotland Yard detectives is a total hoot.
 
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