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The sleuth and his friend is invited by a Henry Baskerville to his ancestral home at Dartmoor for investigating the mysterious death of his uncle Charles and to help him escape a doomed legacy that has been in his family for years. The legend of one of his ancestors being torn apart by a gigantic hound more than a century ago comes back to haunt him as yet again the rumours of a monstrous creature run wild in the moor region.
What makes this book stand out?
Being the most famous of the four Holmes novels, and the most captivating and compact one.
Read it for
The best Arthur Conan Doyle book, this one has got the suspense and thrill, mixed with a carnal fear of the unknown and unseen at its very best.
Don't read it for
If you don’t like books even a little bit.