O Problema Final, O Paciente Internado, O Enigma de Reigate, O Corcunda (Memórias de Sherlock Holmes I)
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O Problema Final, O Paciente Internado, O Enigma de Reigate, O Corcunda (Memórias de Sherlock Holmes #1)

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As Memórias de Sherlock Holmes incluem originalmente onze contos de histórias do detective Sherlock Holmes, publicados em 1894. Os contos foram divulgados pela primeira vez na revista Strand Magazine, nos anos de 1892 e 1893. Neste primeiro livro de memórias estão reunidos O Problema Final, O Paciente Internado, O Enigma de Reigate e O Corcunda.
Paperback, 95 pages
Published August 6th 2009 by Global Notícias (first published 1894)
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Bárbara
3.5 / 5

Não gosto de começar pelo fim e o primeiro conto deste livro faz revelações que eu preferia não saber para já, enquanto ainda tenho tanto Sherlock Holmes por ler.
Mas os contos são interessantes e curtos, jeitosos de ler quando se têm um intervalinho de tempo.
Célia
Esta é mais uma das coleções de livros que saíram com jornais que comprei e que deixei pendurada. Dela, ainda só li Um Estudo em Vermelho e As Aventuras de Sherlock Holmes, por isso resta-me muita coisa para ler deste famoso detetive. Decidi então pegar nas “Memórias”, um conjunto de 12 histórias publicadas na revista Strand, entre 1892 e 1893. Os 3 volumes desta coleção incluem apenas 10 contos, ficando de fora The Adventure of the Yellow Face e The Adventure of the Cardboard Box. Aqui fica ent...more
Ana

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My first contact with the most famous detective, was quite pleasant.
Even though I'm not a fan of dialogues that sound like narrations, and the first two tales actually don't give us all the information we need to solve the cases, the writing is quite pleasant and the way the author conducts the "investigations" is very much amusing.

I'll come back to Sherlock Holmes soon enough.
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