Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s literary genius continues to live on, and that is directly due to his best-known creation – the witty, unconventional, supremely intelligent Sherlock Holmes. With multiple television and movie incarnations, the canny detective continues to enchant readers with his ingenious methods of deduction, and his bemusing friendship with the endearing Dr. Watson. Arguably one of the best Sherlock mysteries, The Hound of the Baskervilles is an eerie treat for readers, chronicling the chilling legend of the hound that haunts the Baskerville family. When Baronet Sir Charles Baskerville is discovered on the grounds of his vast estate, his death is attributed to an ill-timed heart attack. However, family friend Dr. James Mortimer fears that the Baskerville curse, a legendary story of a hellhound that tore the throat of a past Baskerville, is to blame for the man’s death. Seeking to protect the next heir in line for the family fortune, Henry Baskerville, Holmes and Watson set out to decipher the continuation of perplexing events, while navigating the decidedly creepy demeanor of the estate’s moors. One of the world’s favorite detectives, Sherlock Holmes is at his analytical best in this classic tale of subterfuge and intrigue, and will surely keep readers turning the pages in increased anticipation.