Sherlock Holmes: The Norwood Mystery (2020)

Sherlock Holmes: The Norwood Mystery Arthur Conan Doyle Sherlock Holmes The Norwood Mystery For me Watson life is not so interesting says Holmes I loved to read the newspaper hoping to find some news of an interesting crime for me to investigate or a dangerous criminal for me to catch Wh
  • Title: Sherlock Holmes: The Norwood Mystery
  • Author: Arthur Conan Doyle
  • ISBN: 9780194629683
  • Page: 349
  • Format: None
Sherlock Holmes: The Norwood Mystery Arthur Conan Doyle For me, Watson, life is not so interesting, says Holmes I loved to read the newspaper, hoping to find some news of an interesting crime for me to investigate or a dangerous criminal for me to catch Where are all those clever criminals these days Then, suddenly, a wild, excited young man runs up the stairs to Holmes room He has a story to tell about a strange crime t For me, Watson, life is not so interesting, says Holmes I loved to read the newspaper, hoping to find some news of an interesting crime for me to investigate or a dangerous criminal for me to catch Where are all those clever criminals these days Then, suddenly, a wild, excited young man runs up the stairs to Holmes room He has a story to tell about a strange crime that took place in Norwood But who is the criminal And is he dangerous Life, for Holmes, suddenly starts to get interesting.
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  1. Nathan Phillips

    I read this as an adapted version as a play by Jeff Placek, published in Of People Literature, an A Beka Book o O o The Adventure of the Norwood Builder is a short story mystery about Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and adapted into a play by Jeff Placek My mum found this in a book of plays, poems and short stories and started reading it to me one day I thought it sounded interesting.I liked the way the information was presented logically with reason and meaning I thought the play was [...]

  2. Collin A.

    Another excellent tale from the literary mind of Doyle himself At first, it appeared that the jig was up for Holmes and Watson All leads and every minute piece of evidence seemed to spell disaster for the doctor and giddy textile friend.Once again, the crime s backstory and motives behind the dastardly seed really fleshed out he literary genius in the tale The evil intentions and eccentric nature of the villain easily enhanced the enjoyable nature of the story.

  3. Tanya

    The Adventure of the Norwood Builder is a tough case for Sherlock Holmes but a very interesting one and the outcome was surprising for me I found Lestrade and Holmes to be very funny in this one Sir Arthur Conan Doyle did a very good job and I still enjoy and recommend these short stories.

  4. Laura

    From BBC Radio 4 Extra The Baker Street sleuth probes the case of a young solicitor accused of murder Stars Clive Merrison and Michael Williams.

  5. LGandT

    I am watching the Granada Series then I read the same story out of the book, partly just to see just how accurate the show is, partly just for the enjoyment of the read In this case it would seem I liked the show better I do love the idea though How can anyone not like secret rooms.

  6. George Slade

    So Holmes doesn t solve a murder this time he solves a practical joke Confused Well go read it man Fire

  7. Sarah

    I listened to this short story read on the classic tales podcast, and I must say, B J Harrison s voices were really astounding They added to an already entertaining story.

  8. Adam Fullerton

    good story but one of Doyle s predictable ones listened to the classic tales podcast b.j Harrison telling.

  9. Roberto Mattos

    Another superb story The Norwood Builder is Jonas Oldacre, 52, reclusive retired bachelor, who vanished the night before July 1894 from his house, not found when the lumber in his yard caught fire in a tremendous conflagration His bed was unused, his safe open, papers scattered, signs of struggle, a large object dragged from safe to woodpile then burned, and blood on an oak cane belonging to late night visitor, junior lawyer John McFarlane The suspect bursts into Baker Street distraught, showing [...]

  10. Matt

    This was a great one Also, it was one of the only ones that I figured out without Holmes explaining the whole thing It was surprisingly funny too.

  11. Rao Javed

    At the crux This was a story that has to do and less to say This story has potential, power, progress, but is also predictable.Crime fictions are like a fire cracker, which have a long thread the thread burns gradually and after many twist and swirls BOOB But just envisage that you have gawked that BOOB so many time that it now merely a cliche, under your perspective that is where a story becomes predictable.Nevertheless,the text level was, yet again, wonderful, and the story also had some unre [...]

  12. Dan Wilson

    I liked this mystery story Doyle and Holmes provide the reader with enough information to correctly guess at who actually did what to whom and why, but also keep enough hidden to tantalize as to exactly how the deed was done, as well as how Holmes found the proof I found Lestrade to be likable than ever here He seems to have learned that it is rare for him to have the better of Holmes Although Lestrade has not lost his arrogant side, once the facts are laid out to disprove him, his concession i [...]

  13. Shunta Kawakata

    1 Sir arthur conan doyle,oxfoad,Level 22 10 9 110 minutes3 1rder 2er 3.a will 4keeper 5olin 6.policeman 7umbprint4 Is your life so interesting Do you hope that the murder happens if you feel so boring It s so interesting But I sometimes feel so boring and I hope that something strange happens.5 Sherlock Holms series isn t hard to read A murder case isn t complicated because there aren t so many characters But I couldn t expect murder s trick by last chapter.

  14. Serena

    the Return of Sherlock HolmesMy Rating System couldn t finish, wouldn t recommend, would recommend, would read again, have read again.

  15. Stephanie

    This one should be called the Case Of Watson s Disappearing Wife She was visiting family in the Adventure of the Empty House and now a few months later Watson again lives with Holmes and no mention of where the wife went As to the plot I figured that out right away It practically screamed itself from the pages

  16. Sifat

    The Adventure of the Norwood Builder From the perspective of the criminal master, said Mr Sherlock Holmes, London has turned into a uniquely uninteresting city since the demise of the late deplored Professor Moriarty I can scarcely feel that you would discover numerous nice subjects to concur with you, I replied.

  17. Joanne G.

    Petty revenge leads a man to destroy the woman who spurned him in his youth Thankfully, Holmes brilliant deductions spares the innocent from lasting harm For all his insistence on cold facts, Holmes never passes up an opportunity for a flamboyant reveal.

  18. Demetrius Sherman

    This story was in my high school Literature book and I later saw and liked the BBC version In this story Holmes goes undercover to get the facts and solve the case I won t put any spoilers here, but its worth reading.

  19. Tom

    The got him, caught for 1st degree murder Taken off to jail but only after he talked to Sherlock Holmes.Not so fast Inspector, I can prove he s innocent The Inspector is sure of himself, but Holmes is ever surer.Guess who was right

  20. Paula

    Historia corta que tuve que leer para una clase, parando a la mitad y tratando de imaginar y deducir qui n era el culpable, y lo logre No s si de la mejor manera pero bueno Hay peores tareas

  21. Keruonedz

    So, my dear Watson, theres my report of failure And yet and yet he clenched his thin hands in a paroxysm of conviction I KNOW its all wrong I feel it in my bones.

  22. Kylie

    Holmes actually had to do some research on this one One of the few Sherlock Holmes books where we feel like we re figuring it out with Sherlock rather than getting the whole story after the fact.

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