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The autobiography of Sherlock Holmes, written by him in 1929, and recently discovered as an unpublished manuscript in a book shop in England by the Editor, Don Libey. In what is, quite possibly, one of the great literary finds of all time, Holmes reveals details previously unknown about his life, his education, his work, and numerous cases that have not been revealed before. Essential reading for Sherlockians and Holmesians worldwide. A second edition of this book has been published in late 2013 along with a new biography of Sherlock Holmes by his brother, Mycroft Holmes. The newer edition is a two-book, one-volume edition titled "The Biography and The Autobiography of Sherlock Holmes." and features the biography, "My Brother, Sherlock," by Mycroft Holmes and includes "The Autobiography of Sherlock Holmes" by Sherlock Holmes, as well. It is available through Amazon and is featured on these pages. We recommend the purchase of the newer, two-book, one volume edition.
Sherlock Holmes was a late Victorian and Edwardian consulting detective, known both for his pioneering work in the scientific aspects of criminology and for his powers of deduction and observation. His many cases were well recorded by his friend and flatmate Dr. John Watson and some of his exploits have subsequently been made into features for film and television.