A Study in Scarlet

sherlock holmes

Ian Edginton, Arthur Conan Doyle

No. of pages 144

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Great for age
A STUDY IN SCARLET is where we meet Holmes for the first time. Dr Watson relates how he met Holmes in the course of an impossible crime investigation which baffled the police. In the second half of the graphic novel, we follow the detective as he tries to solve a murder case in the Mormon community.

 

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A Study in Scarlet is book 1 in the series Sherlock Holmes . A Study in Scarlet was written by Arthur Conan Doyle and Ian Edginton. It was written for young readers to enjoy. The book includes the characters Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson.

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A Study in Scarlet
There's the scarlet thread of murder running through the colourless skein of life, and our duty is to unravel it. After a harrowing tour in Afghanistan, Dr Watson returns to London to convalesce at 221B Baker Street, home to the enigmatic Sherlock Holmes. Their lives are irrevocably thrown together by news that a man has been found dead in a grimy ‘ill-omened’ house, with the word ‘rache’ – German for revenge – written in blood on the wall. This grisly discovery is complicated further by the look of utter horror on the victim’s face, and the complete absence of any wounds on the body or sign of a struggle.

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