And if you want to keep on reading...
The Adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle by Russell Miller
To find out more about the man behind the myth, check out this exploration of the writer's life, based on over 1500 letters that Conan Doyle wrote to his family, which Miller was the first biographer to see.
The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle
If you’re hungry for more of Conan Doyle’s writing, The Lost World is arguably his next most-famous work. It follows journalist Ed Malone, who accompanies an expedition to South America to investigate the prehistoric creatures living there.
Watson’s Choice by Gladys Miller
In Gladys Miller’s vintage murder mystery, Sir Bohun Chantrey is obsessed with the stories of Sherlock Holmes, and throws a party at which guests – including detectives Mrs Bradley and her secretary Laura – are invited to come as characters from the books.