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Born in 1859, Arthur Conan Doyle is the author most famous for creating the detective Sherlock Holmes and is renowned as the world's greatest crime fiction writer. Spending his childhood in Scotland, his first career choice was to be a doctor, and indeed he ended up with his own medical practice. It was during the failure of this first business venture that Doyle began writing to pass the time. With the creation of Sherlock Holmes, Doyle embarked on a series of crime stories that brought new levels of realism to a marginalized genre. He also became a real life detective on occasion, personally investigating two crimes that eventually led to the release of the accused men. His Sherlock Holmes' stories have found enduring popularity and have seen countless Television, Stage and film adaptations over the course of the last century.

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Shall we start with a classic Sherlock Holmes mystery? The Hound of the Baskervilles is the quintessential Holmes mystery. Join him on the trail of a hellish beast that has terrorized the Baskerville family for generations. Next up is Holmes' first case, A Study in Scarlet in which Holmes and Watson must track down an evasive murderer that writes a cryptic message in his victim's blood. Finally we'll direct you to something from Doyle's Professor Challenger work, The Lost World. Here Challenger leads an expedition into the jungle and falls headlong in to a world filled with dinosaurs and man's pre-historic ancestors! If you want to listen to quality detective fiction, there is no other name that stands close to Arthur Conan Doyle. LearnOutLoud.com is proud to provide everything available by the author on audio.

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Sherlock Holmes was fictional detective of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A brilliant London-based detective, Holmes is famous for his prowess at using logic and astute observation to solve cases.

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