|Publisher:||Littlehampton Book Services Ltd; 1st edition (November 16, 1981)|
|Category:||Outdoors and Sports|
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DETECTIVE STORIES are the most popular type of stories in the world. brilliant logical thinker who lived with his assistant Dr Watson and never got married. n intelligent, funny, friendly man who smoked a pipe and played the violin brilliantly. But who is the most famous fictional detective? Without a doubt, it is Sherlock Holmes. The author of the Sherlock Holmes stories was Arthur Conan Doyle. He was born in Scotland in 1859 and studied medicine at Edinburgh university. After leaving university he moved to the south of England and worked as a doctor, but in his spare time he started to write detective stories.
Watson was shredded as he sat down two years after the events and wrote: It may be remembered that after my marriage, and my subsequent. Start in private practice, the very intimate relations which had existed between Holmes and myself became to some extent modified.
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The story hangs on the brilliant framework of a small dinner party given by the Watsons for Sherlock Holmes not too long after the end of World War One. Mrs. Watson has not met Holmes as the story begins, but she is a modern woman and believes she can handle him for one dinner party, even if the party is for the man with whom her husband has been carrying on a life-long love affair.
Nothing serious, my dear Watson, or I should certainly ask for your assistance. That is your end of the story. It immensely adds to the zest of an investigation, my dear Mr. Mac, when one is in conscious sympathy with the historical atmosphere of one’s surroundings. But I’ll take the umbrella. My end is that the crime was committed half an hour earlier than reported; that Mrs. Douglas and Barker are both in a conspiracy to conceal something; that they aided the murderer’s escape-or at least that they reached the room before he escaped-and that they fabricated evidence of his escape through the window, whereas in all probability they had themselves.
More recently, Watson contributed the preface to a selection of Mark .
More recently, Watson contributed the preface to a selection of Mark Twain's writings, The Wayward Tourist. In Recollections of a Bleeding Heart, Watson described his writing of the Redfern Park Speech in 1992, which, he claims, by way of praising Keating for his courage, the Prime Minister delivered without changing a single word Personal. He is divorced from the publisher Hilary McPhee Bibliography.