Holmes and Watson return in this atmospheric crime novel, featuring the wild Devonshire moors, a phantom hound, and a centuries-old familial curse.
Investigating the sudden death of Sir Charles Baskerville, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson must rely on their rationality to solve what appears to be a case of supernatural interference. Distracted by another case, Holmes sends Watson alone to Dartmoor to protect the Baskerville heir from the same ghastly fate as Sir Charles. But the complex mystery only seems to get more confusing as Watson investigates…
Arguably the best of the four Sherlock Holmes novels, Arthur Conan Doyle’s horror masterpiece was first published in The Strand Magazine between August 1901 and April 1902. This edition features a specially commissioned introduction alongside an article by Arthur Conan Doyle and an essay on the history of detective fiction by S.S. Van Dine.