If You Love Sherlock Holmes, Pick Up One of These Historical Mysteries

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In 1887, the novel A Study in Scarlet was published, launching the literary career of a young Scottish physician named Arthur Conan Doyle. The prolific author’s body of work includes nearly 200 short stories, nonfiction books, poems, and novels, but he is best known for the 60 stories he wrote about his brilliant detective, Sherlock Holmes. In honor of Arthur Conan Doyle’s birthday on May 22, here are some of the best new historical mystery books that are perfect for fans of the beloved sleuth.