THE MAN WHO WOULD BE SHERLOCK: The Real-Life Adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle
Using freshly available evidence and eyewitness testimony, Sandford follows the links to crime that took place during Doyle's formative years, and draws out the connections between his literary output and factual criminality. In a sense, Sandford argues, Doyle wanted to be Sherlock, to be a man who could bring order and justice to a terrible world. Photos.
Publisher: St. Martin's
Item #: 3694704
THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Quest to Solve the Greatest Mystery of AllHardbound$7.95 $26.99
RUMI'S SECRET: The Life of the Sufi Poet of LovePaperbound$6.95 $17.99
TELLING TALES: The Fabulous Lives of Anita LesliePaperbound$4.95 $16.00
FREAK KINGDOM: Hunter S. Thompson's Manic Ten-Year Crusade Against American FascismHardbound$21.95 $28.00