“A Study in Scarlet” by Arthur Conan Doyle – A Book Review

This book starts with Dr. John Watson first meeting with Sherlock Holmes and sharing the residence of 221B Baker Street. It was set in the late 1800s.

The mystery death of a man in a South London house baffled the detectives of Scotland Yard. With this case, the readers were exposed to the intricacies of crime investigations. Through the power of observations and deductions, Sherlock Holmes described how he came to the conclusion and analysis of the case. This case was complex to keep the readers’ interest in reading till its conclusion. Like most of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories, he illuminated us with a logical and tight-knitted thread of events leading to a clear explanation of the crime.

I was delighted in reading this novel and recommend to someone who has not read stories of Sherlock Holmes to start with this particular one.file_000-2

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