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Margalit Fox vividly remembers the day she first read about a case she could hardly believe: Arthur Conan Doyle personally investigated and helped commute the sentence of Oscar Slater, a wrongfully imprisoned 36-year old immigrant in Glasgow, Scotland.
Anna Perenna is destined for the inferno by way of the gallows unless Louise Hawkins (later to be known as Louise Conan Doyle) can prove her innocence.
Author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is famous for his detective Sherlock Holmes and the books he features in.
A SINISTER real-life murder inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write the Sherlock Holmes stories, an author has claimed.
Undoubtedly, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a genius who successfully planted the suspicious coils, bringing together the mystery and richly varying characters.
From getting the prime minister to pardon a German Jew wrongly convicted of brutally murdering a Glasgow spinster to helping to clear the name of a man convicted of mutilating cattle near his home, Sandford says Conan Doyle was a real-life superhero.
The Gravediggers' Club (The Artie Conan Doyle Mysteries)
Synopsis: As a young medical student, Arthur Conan Doyle studied in Edinburgh under the vigilant eye of a diagnostic genius, Dr.
"[W]HAT I AM WRITING IS DESTINED TO IMMORTALITY AS A CLASSIC OF TRUE adventure" (84) states Edward Malone, narrator of Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World (1912).
Scottish writer and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lived in Aston for several months from 1879 to 1882 as a dispensing assistant in a pharmacy, while away from his studies at Edinburgh University.
It's no use simply going to London and 221B Baker Street if you want to find out more about writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous violin-playing detective.