The Sign of the Four

The Sign of the Four

Book - 1994 & 1889
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Publisher: New York : Book-of-the-Month Club 1994 & 1889.
Branch Call Number: Doy

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hashworld
Jul 15, 2015

Very nice read. Good mystery, backstory, well rounded characters.
Watson is really treated a sidekick by Sherlock, though he is pretty capable :(

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kenglish43
Feb 20, 2014

Always wanted to read Sherlock Holmes, but did not like his bullying of Watson.

voisjoe1 Aug 01, 2013

“The Sign of Four” is the second Sherlock Holmes novella (“A Study in Scarlet” being the first). If “Scarlet” is readily available, I would recommend that one first as it spends time on introducing Watson and Holmes to each other. Actually, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Holmes, was not going to write another Holmes novella after “Scarlet,” but he was pushed into writing “The Sign of Four” after his first novella was so popular. “The Sign of Four” is an excellent lesson on deduction as a process of solving crimes and also introduces us to the British imperial forces located in their colony in Afghanistan. It also introduces us to Holmes’ drug addiction as he claims he was using it to combat boredom when he was in between cases.

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Aug 15, 2012

mariogolbee thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 99

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