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The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Hound of the Baskervilles | Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir
Sir Charles Baskerville's sudden heart attack and death have the townspeople in shock and searching for the one to blame--the family dog--while Sherlock Holmes leads the investigation.
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MariaW
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Of course my students have to work on tasks why reading The Houns of the Baskervilles - especially because it is the easy version of Black at. 💪

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Billypar
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#TuesdayTunes @TieDyeDude
I've always been a fan of whole albums, enjoying repeat listens from start to fish, figuring out my favorite tracks, and sometimes reevaluating after a few listens. But I'm so distracted nowadays with all the options a streaming world offers that I only just gave a second listen to this recent release from Palehound, an indie rock band I've been following for awhile. And it's probably my favorite of theirs so far.

Billypar It's hard not to fall in love with El Kempner's vocals - both her sound and the lyrics. This is one is Independence Day: https://open.spotify.com/track/5Z2hjkmfCfIG5gKslBs0bd?si=jNo7JfY_SfqCCpNt6b8lKA&... 3w
AmyG Nice! My daughter saw her open for Sleater-Kinney. 3w
TheBookHippie Love! 3w
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BarbaraBB Listening to while albums, those were the days. 3w
vivastory I have a ton of playlists in my spotify library & I try to not fall in the trap of turning them on all day because it can be easy to do. Will def check this out. Full album listening is def an art! 3w
TieDyeDude @Billypar Thanks for sharing. I recently turned off the continue playing option on Spotify. I'll start with an album and realize after a while that I have no idea what's playing because Spotify went rogue. This way, after the album is done, I have to consciously choose what to listen to next (but it's usually some auto playlist 😅) 3w
batsy It's funny that streaming does that, I feel like I struggle to listen to whole albums too because a playlist of songs is easier on the attention span if that makes sense. Like an album requires attention like a book. Definitely feel all of the content now is geared towards a broken attention span 🙃 3w
Billypar @AmyG That must have been a fantastic show! I saw them open for Speedy Ortiz, but I would like to see them as the main act at some point. 3w
Billypar @BarbaraBB I haven't given it up, but it's more like many albums once or twice instead of a handful over and over! 3w
Billypar @vivastory Definitely true. Whether it's playlists or albums, after so long of having it in the background, I stop enjoying it, and I need to unplug for awhile. 3w
Billypar @TieDyeDude Yeah, I've had the same experience - I don't enjoy the autoplay as much. Though one exception was a few weeks ago when we were recommending Latino artists: I found so many great artists via the autoplay, starting from the recommendations people were sharing. So, if you know next to nothing about a genre, it helps I guess. But usually not otherwise. 3w
Billypar @batsy A lot of people assume that because I'm a reader, it means I have this great attention span, and...nope! 😆 I've been broken by the internet just like everyone else, and albums do take more attention. Though I like playing old favorites while I work - I will still fire up my iTunes library for that purpose. 3w
AmyG @batsy When my classic ipod broke, and Apple stopped making them, I had to learn a new way of listening to music. Hence, streaming. I now make playlists of new music by year…and YES, it has affected my attention span. I so get it. But I do listen to albums, though only ones I really love. @vivastory Ha, I have so many playlists now. Playing with Spotify, going down band rabbit holes and playlists are now an “activity”. 3w
SconsinBookyBadger Back in the days when cassettes were a thing I‘d listen to them to the point of wearing down the tape reel. CDs were the best invention ever & replaced so much ruined cassettes. Once Napster came along & paved the way for Spotify my attention span 📉. Your post sparked an idea to put in more effort to enjoy music fully. 3w
Billypar @SconsinBookyBadger I still love CD's - I've been buying them more at record shops lately because it's a good way to find 'new' old music you didn't know you needed. My 2012 Civic's mileage is getting on the high side, so I've got to enjoy them now while I still have my car's player! 3w
TieDyeDude I have listened to this album twice already! Great recommendation 3w
Billypar @TieDyeDude Glad you liked it! 3w
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AroundTheBookWorld
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Doyle really is the master of the short story and I‘m glad we‘ve switched to reading his short form work for now. This one was such a treat! 🕵🏻‍♂️ #noplacelikeholmes @dabbe @Cuilin

Cuilin Agreed, 👍 2mo
dabbe “To Sherlock Holmes, she is always THE woman.“ What a fun one this would be to teach students--the difference and power between just the teeny words “a“ and “the.“ We are in the fun part now! 🤩 2mo
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WildAlaskaBibliophile
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1. Sherlock Holmes (I especially enjoyed the tagged book)
2. Walter Hartright (in “The Woman in White“)

That's all I've got because I'm not much into detective fiction.

#ThreeListThursday #TLT @dabbe

dabbe #1 is my #1 all-time favorite detective novel. #greatchoice And I love THE WOMAN IN WHITE, too! Have you read Collins's MOONSTONE? Thanks for playing! ❤️💜🩷 3mo
WildAlaskaBibliophile @dabbe The Moonstone is on my out-of-control TBR list. How did you like it compared to The Woman in White? TWIW is at the top of my favorties-of-all-time. 3mo
dabbe @WildAlaskaBibliophile TBH, I preferred TWIW for its Gothic-ness. MOONSTONE is a lot longer, too, but I still greatly enjoyed it. 3mo
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MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm
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5 ⭐️s
I‘m hooked. I have to read ALL the Sherlock Holmes now! It‘s always so hard for me to review mysteries because I feel like I might inadvertently give away too much. I was a bit saddened that as my first Holmes story it didn‘t have much of him in it. I was also surprised at how often I laughed. I wasn‘t expecting that. This was a great read and I‘ll be keeping an eye out for more to add to my collection. 😍

This was my #BookSpin for January.

Ruthiella I live in fear of inadvertently spoiling a book for someone when I write a review! 😰😅 3mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 3mo
dabbe Feel free to join our buddy read, because that‘s what we‘re doing! #NoPlaceLikeHolmes 🤩 3mo
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MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm @dabbe I have a lot of reading challenges and buddy reads planned for the year, but I enjoyed this one so much, I‘m very tempted to add another readalong. 😅❤️ 3mo
dabbe @MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm I know EXACTLY how you feel. No pressure at all. You can just jump in and see what we're up to if you feel like it. We're reading them in order of publication. The first is A STUDY IN SCARLET, where Holmes and Watson first meet. Discussion questions will post on 1/27. P.S. HOUND is my favorite of all time. 💜🩶💜 3mo
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm @dabbe Sounds great! Lol, I‘m glad I started out with such a good one. 😍 3mo
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claripetrone
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"The Hound of the Baskervilles" by Arthur Conan Doyle. 7/10 rating. Pretty good book, but the ending was quite predictive. Not bad though! Fun to read, though sometimes it was hard to concentrate. Overall, enjoyable but I liked "A Study in Scarlet" best.

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VioletMoonBooks
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dabbe
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Eggs Great image ❤️🖤❤️ 13mo
dabbe @Eggs 🥰 13mo
UwannaPublishme I‘ve lately been watching the old Sherlock Holmes/Basil Rathbone movies and loving them! 13mo
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dabbe @UwannaPublishme The HOUND is my favorite BR movie as well! 🤗 13mo
UwannaPublishme Mine too! 🙌🏻 13mo
ChelseaM6010 I love Sherlock Holmes!! 🙂 13mo
dabbe @UwannaPublishme Have you seen any of the Jeremy Brett videos? He's my all-time fave Sherlock. 13mo
dabbe @ChelseaM6010 Yay! Another SH fanatic! 🥰 13mo
UwannaPublishme I haven‘t…but I will now! 😄 13mo
dabbe @UwannaPublishme Quite a few are on youtube for free. Here's a link to “The Red-Headed League“; one of my all-time faves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTtiR9j-IQw 13mo
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Bookwomble
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"Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who was usually very late in the mornings, save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all night, was seated at the breakfast table."

#FirstLineFridays @ShyBookOwl

Realising that I've been concurrently reading of the two most famous literary moors: Dartmoor in the vicinity of Baskerville Hall and the great Grimpen Mire, and the "wily windy moor" around Wuthering Heights. Neither seems to be a healthy place ?

batsy I've always meant to reread this during Halloween but forget. What a suitably creepy image! 1y
Bookwomble @batsy Yeah, it's me on the not infrequent occasions when I've been up all night reading! 😄. It's an effective gothic novel well suited to a Halloween read, for sure 🍂🌔🐺💀🪦 1y
batsy @Bookwomble 😂😂 1y
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The_Book_Ninja Kate bush was the first woman I fell in love with 1y
Bookwomble @The_Book_Ninja Anita Harris was the first woman I can remember having a crush on - age 4! It was a different feeling when Kate first Wuthered when I was 14! 1y
vivastory This is not related to Doyle, but I just finished Cabinet of Curiosities & I recall that we talked about it months ago. Did you have a chance to watch it? If so, what was your impression? I found it to be a mixed bag with highs & lows, but the highs were def memorable. 1y
Bookwomble @vivastory What's the opposite of binge-watching? Frugal-watching? 🤔 Anyway, I am watching it and enjoying it, but on an intermittent basis. I think I've seen three so far and will watch them all in time. My mood at present is more for slow character-based shows: The Makanai, Our Blue and a fourth viewing of Midnight Diner being my go-tos 😌 1y
The_Book_Ninja @Bookwomble it was the Babooshka video for me😊 1y
Bookwomble @The_Book_Ninja As a Marvel and Robert E. Howard fanboy, Kate's Red Sonja Warrior Woman look from the Conan comics definitely appealed to me 😄 1y
vivastory Yeah it took me a month or so to watch it. I marathon watched the last 3 last night just to finish it. 1y
Bookwomble @vivastory Mrs. B likes a horror, but found these a bit too unsettling before sleep 😳 so I have to fit them in when she's not watching and when I'm in the mood 😄 1y
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VioletMoonBooks
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Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who was usually very late in the mornings, save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all night, was seated at the breakfast table.
#TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles #SirArthurConanDoyle #SherlockHolmes #firstline #openingline #book #books #bookdeal #bookdeals #bookdealer #bookdragon #bookdragons #bookfeature #bookfair #bookfan #Classics #Mystery #Fiction #Crimes #Detective #MysteryThriller #Thriller #Audiobook ❤️‍🔥🐺🐺

dabbe My all-time FAVORITE SH novel and story. #theabsolutebest 1y
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5feet.of.fury
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Final board for #bodycountbingo @PuddleJumper 🔪
Never had I before wanted to read something “obvious from the start”

PuddleJumper 😂😂 Looks amazing! 1y
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5feet.of.fury
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(One of the things on my bucket list was to make mulled wine 🍷 probably won‘t be doing that again any time soon 😖)

It‘s a classic right? Shows Sherlock in all his hubris, John doing work of similar caliber without everyone telling him what a genius he is.

Last read of #Scarathlon2022 #20in4
#spookoween & #31by31

Thanks for hosting #TeamSlaughter @Clwojick 🔪
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@Andrew65 @TheSpineView @Catsandbooks
Happy Halloween to all of you 🎃👻

TheSpineView Fantastic 1y
Catsandbooks 🙌🏼🎃❤️ 1y
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5feet.of.fury
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@PuddleJumper #bodycountbingo
2nd Bingo Line

Back From The Dead - Book of Night
Someone makes a dumb decision - Lock Every Door (what‘s a Sager plot without it?)
FREE - False Witness
Vanishing Bodies - Something in the Woods is taking People
Unexpected Killer - Last Breath
#TeamSlaughter #Scarathlon2022

PuddleJumper Brilliant! 1y
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ChaoticMissAdventures
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A very not Sherlock approved setting for finishing up this read, but this cocktail pop is yummy!

I haven't read much Doyle, interesting how this book (#5) mostly follows Watson. There is a bit of misogyny like you would expect for the time but the layered mystery was interesting, I am still more of a Christie reader (her anti-Semitism and racism put me off there though)
This was just fine. Glad it is off the shelf.

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CrowCAH
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Happy SHERLOCK HOLMES DAY!!!

Got a favorite story from the great detective?

Mine is The Hounds of the Baskervilles 🐕

CogsOfEncouragement Too hard to choose! 2y
Brooke_H Mine too! 2y
Bklover Me too! I don‘t remember a single thing about it but I know I loved it! 2y
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mabell That one is one of my favorites too! But I also always enjoyed The Sign of the Four. 2y
CrowCAH @CogsOfEncouragement there are several to chose from! 2y
CrowCAH @Brooke_H woohoo yay! 😁 2y
CrowCAH @Bklover I remember watching a program on TV when I was younger and being spooked by the tale. Then I read the story later in life and appreciated the text. Sometimes it‘s not about remembering the details but how we felt about it in the end. 2y
CrowCAH @mabell I‘ve only read a few Holmes stories. I‘ll have to put The Sign of the Four on the TBR. 2y
JazzFeathers I didn't realised yesterday was Shelock Holmes Day. Yet l celebrated it. I met with a friend that is a fanatic of the TV series and is walking me through it. We watched The Abominable Bride yesterday night, and l loved it. 2y
CrowCAH @JazzFeathers wow! What great perfect timing!!! 2y
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I‘m not a fan of neat and tidy endings (with many Sherlock Holmes books, you‘ll get the who, what, where, when, why and how for all aspects of a case, no matter how mysterious its beginnings….it IS a detective story after all); I still like the eeriness of the unexplainable. This book definitely kept up the eeriness for its first 200 pages. What atmosphere! Murder and old folklore all blurred together upon a bleak but beautiful Devonshire moor.

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VioletMoonBooks
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RaeLovesToRead
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Next on my #12booksof2021 list (April) is the Sherlock Holmes novel: The Hound of the Baskervilles.

Structurally, Holmes' novels will never live up to the well-worn murder mystery formula that we now know and love, but they paved the way for the genre to develop.

The Hound of the Baskervilles is a fantastically atmospheric detective novel that takes the reader right out onto the blustery howling moors.

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SeaToSkyes
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Spooky, mysterious, and some drama. This is my favorite Sherlock Holmes so far just because it has a little bit of everything for me. #bookreview #sherlockholmes

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yoavshai
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#BookCoverChallenge
Day 89.
Here I will note 365 books (or as many as I will have before I get tired) that have shaped my taste in literature. No explanations, no reviews. Just the cover of the book.
I do not challenge anyone. You are all welcome to take part.

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Brooke_H
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I‘ve never seen this cover before. Love it! #LibraryWork

Shamzi It's lovely!!! 2y
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vivastory
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How many copies of Sherlock is too many? Asking for a friend. I'm a bit indifferent to #brown covers, but Coralie Bickford-Smith made it work.
#GratefulHarvest @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

EvieBee We have 5 😔 2y
vivastory @EvieBee If it's a consolation I have about the same 😬🤣 2y
EvieBee @vivastory lol yay! The last one was the Penguin Classic special edition omnibus of all the novels. 2y
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vivastory @EvieBee That's one of my favorite Penguin Classic editions. There are so many wonderful details on the cover. 🔎🐧 2y
Branwen You can never have too many copies! I think I have 3, maybe 4! 🤔 2y
vivastory @Branwen I appreciate the book support! I've also had my eye on the annotated volumes 2y
Eggs Well done 👍🏼🤩 2y
Branwen @vivastory Ooooh, nice! Annotated editions are always worth getting! 😍💕📚 2y
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LostInSpace
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🐶👻

Another one down with my reading bud 📚

Reggie Omg. 🥰so cute! 2y
Cathythoughts The cuteness 🥰 2y
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LostInSpace
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Such a little love 🖤 @TheNeverendingTBR

TheNeverendingTBR Sleeps during the day, up all night 😂 2y
readingjedi Adorable 😍 2y
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JessClark78 🖤 2y
wanderinglynn Precious! 💛 2y
BookwormM Adorable 2y
erzascarletbookgasm Awww 🥰 2y
Cathythoughts Gorgeous 🥰 2y
KateReadsYA How sweet, I just gave birth to my 3rd son on 9/9, what's your little beans bidthdate? 2y
LostInSpace @KateReadsYA Ethan was born on the 3rd October 🖤 he was 4 weeks old last Sunday! 2y
KateReadsYA @LostInSpace oh wow we have baby buddies hahahaha 💕 so awesome! And his name is so cute. We chose Georgie for our son!!!! 2y
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Cazxxx
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Do you own any clothbound classics? I only have a small collection so far but they are one of my favourite things to collect 💕

Ruthiella I have three. They are pretty! 😍 3y
Cazxxx @Ruthiella They‘re lovely aren‘t they ☺️ 3y
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GHABI4ROSES
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Starting this book today, I hope. Getting ready to crank out #20in4 this weekend. How awesome would it be if we could take that Monday off once a month? Have a blessed day💪🏾❤️ #dailycheckin #readathon photo credits to @Mavey and Andrew.

GOALS:
Finish Dear Mrs. Bird (about 20 pages);
Get traction to finish Hound on schedule for book club (about 50 pages);
Read 200 pages for #losersclub book from last month (Desperation).

GO❣️TAK 🤣

Eggs 💕💕 3y
Andrew65 Good luck 😊👍 3y
mavey 💗 3y
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This book is unlike most other stories in the Sherlock Holmes archive because a significant portion of it is endured by Watson alone. Holmes and Watson depart when it is decided that there is too much work to be done in London and Watson is to advance in the investigation of the beast as much as he can in Devonshire. This strips the reader of the security provided by Sherlock's quick wit and rapid logic that leads to speedy resolutions.

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bluestocking.book.nerd
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My trees looks more spooky than like birches, but that may be because of the book... Paint class success!

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SerenaCrawford
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2020 read great book 📚🤩

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Gizmo86
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Little Nacho getting comfy in his new spot and being super brave with the fireworks 🎇🐶

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Christinak
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Sawyer prefers a classic like The Hound of the Baskervilles for #AllHallowsRead.

#dogsoflitsy #readingcompanion

Libby1 ❤️ 3y
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VioletMoonBooks
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Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who was usually very late in the mornings, save upon those not infrequent occasions when he was up all night, was seated at the breakfast table.
#TheHoundOfTheBaskervilles #SirArthurConanDoyle #SherlockHolmes #book #books #firstline #openingline #bookdesign #bookdesigner #bookdeal #bookdealer #bookdragon #bookdragons #bookfeature #bookfeatures #bookfair #bookfan #bookfandom #bookfever #Classics #Mystery #Fiction #Crime 🧡🧡🧡

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veritysalter
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I counsel you by way of caution to forbear from crossing the moor in those dark hours when the powers of evil are exalted.” #Scarathlon2020 #TeamSlaughter 15pts +1pt

Clwojick 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 4y
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veritysalter
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A wet and wild morning in Yorkshire today, listening to another favourite. So enjoying #Scarathlon2020 and the guilt free opportunity to read my favourite genre, and the IG #48hrReadathon by bookishrealityy #TeamSlaughter 1pt (points for 7/10/20 6hrs reading = 60 pts)

Clwojick 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 4y
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Onceuponatime
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Never read. About to start! 🕵️‍♂️

TobeyTheScavengerMonk Dr. Watson‘s time to shine! 4y
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bouktique
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Arthur Conan Doyle - The Case-Book of Sherlock , and other novels about the detective (3586 p.). In times of quarantine, I've been missing a good detective with a nice ending, when the good guys get the bad ones. It was totally worth it to open the classic novels about the iconic detective. Four books, and the last novels in the collection amazed me as much as the first ones ♡

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ElizaMarie
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1. So I think that I will read more or even re-read some of the short stories when I‘m home (I have a physical book of then at home) .. I enjoyed Sherlock but some of the narrators were difficult to get into.

2. I think I know the answer to this one!!!! I‘ll post it as a spoiler in the comments of my Litsy post

#NovelWatchingCrew (#NWC)
@AkashaVampie , @AnansiGirl , @jb72 , @AsYouWish , @mollyrotondo , @Readage @Butterfinger

ElizaMarie I think it‘s the water was poisoned? Hmm now I‘m not as confident as I was initially (agh!!!) 4y
AsYouWish @ElizaMarie YOU ARE CORRECT!!!!!!!! You got it!!!! 4y
Butterfinger Oh wow. Good job. I had to cheat. 4y
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ElizaMarie
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Another gem! I really enjoyed this one as well. Not as much as I thought I would (but it might have been the narrator) I have the physical book back home so I might reread it at some point.

But... I am loving Sherlock!

#NovelWatchingCrew (#NWC)

TheKidUpstairs I love Sherlock. Great stories to read, and so many wonderful adaptations to watch! 4y
ElizaMarie @TheKidUpstairs Yes! I can't believe all the references I have missed! Reading these has made me think I should try to read more classic type books. You know... I have never read a Jane Austin book!? 4y
mollyrotondo What?! Jane Austen is amazing! You should join our #pemberlittens group! I am going to continue reading Holmes books in June since I enjoyed it so much! 4y
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ElizaMarie @mollyrotondo ooo tell me more about this pemberlittens group. I really do want to read some Jane Austen. 4y
mollyrotondo @ElizaMarie the group started this month and we‘ve been reading Sense and Sensibility a chapter a day. And then we will read adaptations of each of her books. @sprainedbrain runs it. We have a discussion thread on Slack and a Goodreads page and a Facebook page. All under Pemberlittens. And Jenni posts about the day‘s chapter everyday on her Litsy account (she‘s sprainedbrain). If you are interested, you should reach out to her! It‘s a great group 4y
ElizaMarie @mollyrotondo thanks! I just commented on one of her posts 4y
mollyrotondo @ElizaMarie great! Hope to see you in the discussions! 4y
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ElizaMarie
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“Watson. Come at once if convenient. If inconvenient, come all the same.” — Arthur Conan Doyle, The Adventure of the Creeping Man

“To a great mind, nothing is little.” — Arthur Conan Doyle, A Study in Scarlet

There a tone of really good quotes :) I love this duo

As for the riddle.. I am gonna have to think about it. Not a single clue right now! (If I come up with something I will post as a spoiler in the comments)

#NovelWatchingCrew (#NWC)

Butterfinger He texted that first quote in the modernized version. 4y
ElizaMarie @Butterfinger --- I love it!!! 4y
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melissajayne
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3.5⭐️ Thought it was ok; was better than the previous mystery read but it was still a little ho hum. #ebook #bookstagram #bookreview #fiction #mystery #2020

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andrew61
The Hound of the Baskervilles | Arthur Conan Doyle
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#7days7books day6 my comfort reading is crime fiction and i think it stems from picking these up as a teenager and reading them on buses back and forth to school with steamed up windows and watching black and white films with basil rathbone. So for me these are influential books and my copies that won't be going to charity shop.

batsy Great collection! Those covers 😍 4y
erzascarletbookgasm Wow! I love your collection! 4y
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crazyspine
The Hound of the Baskervilles | Arthur Conan Doyle
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I was distracted while listening to this audiobook, so it's difficult to give it the most accurate review.

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crazyspine @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @JoScho @ladym30 glad you enjoy my Hound of Baskerville. He's less scary though 4y
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crazyspine @Nute thanks 4y
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hike.read.repeat
The Hound of the Baskervilles | Arthur Conan Doyle
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Listened to a chapter a day in my podcast feed. I‘m excited to find out what book she‘s starting tomorrow.

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danibel
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Listening along!

melissajayne Me too; subscribed to the book through Serial Reader 4y
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Dhanya2277
Hound of the Baskervilles | Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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Rereading an old favourite...

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The Hound of the Baskervilles | Arthur Conan Doyle
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Just completed the Hound of the Baskervilles, circa 1902, my first Sherlock Holmes 20th century novel, no cars mentioned yet. I have to say this and Conan Doyle‘s A Study in Scarlet were my two favorite reads of his works so far. I thought the memoirs, the adventures, and the return were decent reading but I confess his larger stories are far more developed and interesting. These pieces were mainly written in periodicals for which he was limited.

282Mikado It's been 30 years since I read A.C.D. I may have to go back and read them again. I do believe I like Agatha Christie better though. I read a LOT of her stuff when I was on the Coral Sea back in '79 - '80. Nice thing about a carrier is we had a pretty good sized ship's library. 4y
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Bookworm_97
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Good