The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of Sherlock Holmes stories originally published in 1894.
Source: Doyle, A. C. (1894). The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes.London, England: George Newnes.
- Adventure 1: “Silver Blaze”
- Sherlock Holmes investigates the disappearance of a race horse and the murder of its trainer.
- Adventure 2: “The Yellow Face”
- A man asks Holmes to investigate the strange behavior of his wife.
- Adventure 3: “The Stockbroker’s Clerk”
- Sherlock Holmes is faced with a case involving a man that is lured away from his place of business and is caught up in strange activity.
- Adventure 4: “The Gloria Scott”
- While in college, Holmes visits a friend and strikes a tender spot when talking to his friend’s father. This leads him into his investigation of a mystery involving blackmail.
- Adventure 5: “The Musgrave Ritual”
- Two of Musgrave’s domestic servants disappear after he catches the butler looking at the Musgrave ritual. He asks for Holmes’s assistance in finding them.
- Adventure 6: “The Reigate Puzzle”
- Holmes becomes involved with a case that involves a robbery of an invaluable assortment of things and then the murder of a coachman of a nearby estate.
- Adventure 7: “The Crooked Man”
- Holmes calls Watson to witness his last move in a case about the murder of a colonel. His wife is the prime suspect because they were having an argument when he died.
- Adventure 8: “The Resident Patient”
- A man is found in an unusual business agreement and entreats Holmes for his help.
- Adventure 9: “The Greek Interpreter”
- A man comes to Mycroft Holmes and tells him of his strange encounter. Sherlock Holmes then becomes involved because of his brother’s laziness.
- Adventure 10: “The Naval Treaty, Part 1”
- Dr. Watson receives a letter from an old friend that tells about a treaty that was stolen from his office. Watson refers the letter to Holmes to investigate.
- Adventure 10: “The Naval Treaty, Part 2”
- A conitnuation of part 1 in which Dr. Watson receives a letter from an old friend that tells about a treaty that was stolen from his office. Watson refers the letter to Holmes to investigate.
- Adventure 11: “The Final Problem”
- Holmes arrives at Watson’s home after escaping three murder attempts and a threat from his nemesis Moriarty. Holmes is determined to bring Moriarty to terms in order to uphold justice and make his career.
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