arthur conan doyle

  1. chongjasmine

    Sherlock Holmes

    Really enjoy the stories by conan doyle. Any of you like his stories as well?
  2. chongjasmine

    Non Canon Sherlock Holmes Stories?

    Can you recommend me a list of good non-canon sherlock holmes stories. Preferably if they sound like canon. Like David Marcum's MX series.
  3. Extollager

    Arthur Conan Doyle profiled by Bram Stoker

    Bram Stoker Interviews Conan Doyle in 1907 | The Batteredbox's Weblog I don't remember seeing this before, and I don't know what the authority is for saying the author was Stoker...
  4. Bick

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Asimov

    This may be a well-worn furrow, I'm not sure, but it was an interesting aside I came across yesterday and so I thought I would share. It may be new to some. I was reading Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Sign of Four" last night and came across the following text, in comments made by Holmes to...
  5. Connavar

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

    I couldnt find a thread for him and was wondering what people like of his works,what they dont like. Or just general what are you reading of him right now. Myself im on the short story collection The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and i have much more respect for his writing ability,his way...
  6. Omphalos

    The Poison Belt, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Professor Challenger series, which included the books The Lost World, this one, The Poison Belt, The Land of Mist, and two short stories, The Disintegration Machine and When the World Screamed are all very fine examples of early British SF. This one in particular was a...
  7. Connavar

    Sherlock Holmes stories

    I saw several threads for Arthur Conan Doyle but not one for the stories he is most famous for. I saw more about spoofs,wierd writing of Doyle etc I know several people here are fans and for a long time but i read The Scarlet Study to a close just about now. Sure about 10 years earlier i...
  8. Lobolover

    Was Doyle a better horror writer then he himself knew?

    After reading "the beetle colector" and "the secret enemy",I have to say one thing-did anyone else get impresions from reading Doyle that fortold of truly horrid things ahead only to be disregarded trivialy ? Ive actualy writen stories inspired by both.