The Mysterious World of Sherlock Holmes
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Skyhorse, 2020.
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9781510749610
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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Bruce Wexler., & Bruce Wexler|AUTHOR. (2020). The Mysterious World of Sherlock Holmes . Skyhorse.

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Bruce Wexler and Bruce Wexler|AUTHOR. 2020. The Mysterious World of Sherlock Holmes. Skyhorse.

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Bruce Wexler and Bruce Wexler|AUTHOR. The Mysterious World of Sherlock Holmes Skyhorse, 2020.

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Bruce Wexler, and Bruce Wexler|AUTHOR. The Mysterious World of Sherlock Holmes Skyhorse, 2020.

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Over a century since his first appearance in print, Sherlock Holmes remains an iconic figure today. This unique companion is a collector's dream, allowing fans to delve into the criminal environment of foggy, gas-lit Victorian London-the world of the all-time greatest detective. The book brings to life the elements of Holmes's success, the crime scene of his day, his history in film and television, and the present-day Holmes legacy. Featured throughout are famous figures such as Holmes's faithful sidekick, Dr. Watson; his nemesis, Professor Moriarty; and Sherlock Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Filled with more than 150 images-many of the works by the great original illustrators of Conan Doyle's stories-this volume presents an excellent mix of information to satisfy legions of Holmes collectors, mystery fans, and historians fascinated by a bygone era.

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