SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby arielrachel0527 » July 20th, 2010, 8:03 am

Thank you so much for providing a list!! Now I can borrow the books from the library!
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby sstimson » July 20th, 2010, 8:25 pm

edwardlovesjec wrote:Oh
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The link is not anymore available

You are right about that link but this one still is

sstimson wrote:
kate_49 wrote: :( :( :( :( the link for this one doesn't also work... :( :( :( btw good list  :D :D :D

If you do not mind reading online my link is still good

sstimson wrote:Disclaimer: This is not my site. It is not in Pdf Format

However you will find Sherlock Holmes stories to read.


http://sherlock-holmes.classic-literature.co.uk/

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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby Walbuls » July 20th, 2010, 10:25 pm

This may be a shot in the dark, but does anyone happen to have these in the ePub format for eReaders? I know PDF is accepted by most but it sometimes doesnt show correctly like a ePub would.

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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby edwardlovesjec » July 21st, 2010, 7:19 am

sstimson wrote:
edwardlovesjec wrote:Oh
:(
The link is not anymore available

You are right about that link but this one still is

sstimson wrote:
kate_49 wrote: :( :( :( :( the link for this one doesn't also work... :( :( :( btw good list  :D :D :D

If you do not mind reading online my link is still good

sstimson wrote:Disclaimer: This is not my site. It is not in Pdf Format

However you will find Sherlock Holmes stories to read.


http://sherlock-holmes.classic-literature.co.uk/




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Postby aeris » September 16th, 2010, 4:40 pm

wow. thanks for the share.
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby KainTheVampire » September 17th, 2010, 4:00 am

AWESOME! ;D
I'll read them at home <3
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby nanilola » November 10th, 2010, 5:34 am

Reading the first post subtitled 'Pattern', I realized I read the collection not really in their proper order since I downloaded them all from another site. I read all four novels first then all the short stories (not interspersed with each other as they're supposed to be based on dates of publishing).  I can't help but wonder if this made me miss something for I'm still craving a step-by-step account of how Holmes managed to subdue Moriarty's forces. But it probably doesn't exist, right? For I remember someone in the canon, most probably Watson, saying that if ever such an account could be written and told, it would be the greatest thing ever or something like that.  :D

Anyway, is there actually something more I can read?  Please.  ;D

I found this on Wikipedia, not really a credible source I know, but well. It beats nothing.

"More obliquely, a 1908 mystery by Doyle, The Lost Special, features a criminal genius who could be Moriarty and a detective who could be Holmes, although neither is mentioned by name." - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Professor_Moriarty

Edit: Having done a quick google search, I gather that The Lost Special is non-existent among lists of his other works except for this link: http://www.eastoftheweb.com/short-stories/UBooks/LosSpe.shtml

lol What is going on? It even has bad reviews.  :-\
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby gin vs akai » November 11th, 2010, 11:02 am

i've read all of sherlock holmes and i especially like the hound of baskervilles, the valley of fear, the sign of four.
Did someone seen shelock the tv show? becouse I think that is nice
Did someone also read edogawa ranpo books? I suggest the beast in the shadows 8-)
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby Tegari » November 11th, 2010, 11:22 am

Oh, wow, thanks for all the links.
I have only read one or two books (short stories) by Doyle but i think they are awesome. :3
If i have time then ill surely read em!
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby tantei okuoku » November 23rd, 2010, 2:05 am

gin vs akai wrote:i've read all of sherlock holmes and i especially like the hound of baskervilles, the valley of fear, the sign of four.
Did someone seen shelock the tv show? becouse I think that is nice
Did someone also read edogawa ranpo books? I suggest the beast in the shadows 8-)



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Postby shihokudo » December 6th, 2010, 8:02 pm

I WANT TO READ THEM!!!
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby kitabikida » June 11th, 2017, 9:16 am

where can i read Agatha Christie. I have finished Sherlock Holmes.
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Re: SHERLOCK HOLMES COMPLETE COLLECTION (in PDF Format)

Postby k11chi » June 11th, 2017, 12:46 pm

kitabikida wrote:where can i read Agatha Christie. I have finished Sherlock Holmes.

There's a long-running TV series that ran for decades which adapts all of the Hercule Poirot stories.
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