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12 March, 2019

Ski Season

Story by - Sally Hubbard

“Getting as near to flying as any earth-bound man can”

Taken of Conan Doyle ski-running, Switzerland 1893-94 he commented - “There is one form of sport in which I have, I think, been able to do some practical good, for I can claim to have been the first to introduce skis into the Grisons division of Switzerland, or at least to demonstrate their practical utility as a means of getting across in winter from one valley to another. ”

From Memories and Adventures by A. Conan Doyle 

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3 July, 2019

Faeries and Fantasy

The Huntington Features Forgotten Father of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The Huntington Library is one of America's leading independent humanities research libraries, located in the tony San Marino suburb of Los Angeles, and also has one of the existing Sherlock Holmes story manuscripts, of "The Adventure of the Six Napoleons."

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5 June, 2019

The New Casebook Has Arrived!

It's arrived! We've been anticipating the arrival of the lovely new Penguin Essentials edition of The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle - and we're sure that Arthur would approve! The new design also sports the Conan Doyle Estate trademark and brand as a mark of authenticity.

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24 May, 2019

The fascinating letter by Sherlock author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle which remains in Edinburgh to this day

The National Library of Scotland still holds a note which was sent by the famous writer to a well-known publication

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