April 2015 Book Haul

These are the physical books I bought in April. Not a lot. 

The Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Holmes(Sherlock Holmes)

The Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes is the greatest detective in all fiction, and his adventures are among the finest crime capes committed to the printed page. In tale after tale of his exploits, Holmes applies his unique powers of deduction to bring some of the most ingenious crooks, criminals, rogues, and rascals to justice. Rightly regarded as the Great Detective, Holmes sees clues that others overlook, and displays skills at detection that are nearly as uncanny as they are...elementary.
"The Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" collects 48 classic tales, including the full length novels "A Study in Scarlet," "The Sign of the Four," "The Hound of Baskervilles," and "The Valley of Fear." In addition, it features 44 short masterpieces of detection fiction, among them "The Speckled Band," "A Scandal in Bohemia," "His Last Blow," and "The Final Problem."
"The Greatest Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" is your passport to 221B Baker Street, where Sherlock Holmes explores some of the most baffling crimes ever committed and where the game is always afoot. Narrated by Holmes sidekick, Doctor Watson, these stories invite you to match wits with one of the most logical minds in literature and to view the world before you as a multifaceted mystery waiting to be solved.

Catch-22 (Catch-22 #1)


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