A series of 30 autograph letters written by the renowned Sherlock Holmes author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, are to be auctioned in the Fine Books, Manuscripts, Atlases & Historical Photographs sale on 18 March at Bonhams Knightsbridge.Show More Summary
The world will be treated to more legendary tales penned by Dr. Seuss (aka Ted Geisel) and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. News by Raine Winters It looks like this is the week of found manuscripts! What Pet Should I Get, a story written by Seuss and discovered by his widow and secretary over a decade later, will be published this July. Show More Summary
Not so fast, Sherlock.
Yes, we want this lost Sherlock Holmes story to be real. But experts think it's just a 111-year-old fanfic.
Topic: Books An historian has unearthed the first unseen Sherlock Holmes story in more than 80 years that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote to help save a town bridge. Walter Elliot, 80, found the 1,300-word tale starring the famous detective in a collection of short stories written for a local bazaar. From Lost Sherlock Holmes story discovered in man's attic - Telegraph
The Book o’ the Brig A Scottish historian named Walter Elliot recently unearthed a “lost” Arthur Conan Doyle story while he was looking around in his attic. The story, “Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, by deduction, the Brig Bazaar“, was part of The Book o’ the Brig, a compilation of stories written to […]
The last few weeks have been all about rediscovered works by beloved authors, first Harper Lee‘s upcoming sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird, then Dr. Seuss‘s What Pet Should I Get? Now Arthur Conan Doyle joins the trend with a rediscovered Sherlock Holmes short story, available online from Vulture.
A historian in Scotland has found a long-lost Sherlock Holmes story — and it was right above his head the whole time. Eighty-year-old Walter Elliot found the 1,300-word Arthur Conan Doyle tale when he was going through his attic in search of items for a pop-up museum when he made the discovery. Show More Summary
First we get a sequel to “To Kill a Mockingbird” and now we have more Sherlock Holmes. A previously “unseen” short story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle featuring the detective and his sidekick Watson has been unearthed in a man’s attic in Scotland. Show More Summary
A Sherlock Holmes short story, penned by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was recently discovered in an attic. And has now the 111-year-old lost short has been transcribed for you to read. So put on your deerstalker, and enjoy. Read more...
We've officially got a trend: After Harper Lee and Dr. Seuss, Arthur Conan Doyle is the third author this month whose lost work has been rediscovered and reintroduced to the world. In Doyle's case, the forgotten work is a short Sherlock Holmes story from 1904, written as part of a... More »
It's been a treasure trove of recently discovered writings from famous authors: first Harper Lee, then Dr. Seuss, and now Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. An 80-year-old man in Scotland says he found a long-lost Sherlock Holmes story that appeared in a 1904 short-story collection, the New York Daily News reports....
LONDON — A Scottish historian has discovered a lost Sherlock Holmes story in his attic, over 80 years after it was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Walter Elliot found the 1,300-word tale featuring the famous detective - played on TV by Benedict Cumberbatch - in a collection of stories he was given over 50 years ago. Show More Summary
Carrying the (heavy) torch of the beloved Sherlock Holmes franchise, Anthony Horowitz's Moriarty is one of the only works to earn the seal of approval of Arthur Conan Doyle's estate. We recently caught up with the author.
If you thought that, now that the world has experienced Benedict Cumberbatch as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, there was nothing… Read More
Sir Ian McKellen took to Twitter and released the very first clip of himself portraying Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective. Read the full article on AICN Hey guys! Horrorella here... Sir Ian McKellen took to Twitter and released the very first clip of himself portraying Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective. Show More Summary
The two-time Academy Award nominee plays an aging version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic detective The post Sir Ian McKellen is Sherlock in the First Mr. Holmes Clip appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was an important Edwardian novelist who created the world’s most famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, after starting life as a doctor. He wrote numerous other novels, short-stories and plays. He led an active life, serving as a doctor in the Boer War, working for political causes and became an important Spiritualist. Show More Summary
Do these tweets tell us which Arthur Conan Doyle story inspired the latest episode of 'Sherlock'?
Sherlock is enjoying quite the afterlife. Nearly 90 years after Arthur Conan Doyle's final story was published, literature's most famous detective has continued solving crimes through the pages of other novels, as well as TV shows and movies-and more might be on the way. A U.S. Show More Summary