The Diary of Young Arthur Conan Doyle – Book 1 – Adventures in The Wild West 1878 by Dr. John Raffensperger and Prof. Richard Krevolin
Here is the first of the “lost” diaries of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, written in 1878 while he was a nineteen-year-old student at the University of Edinburgh Medical School. This rollicking story of high adventure begins with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle as the clerk for the legendary Doctor Joseph Bell—who became the real-life inspiration for the world’s most famous literary detective, Sherlock Holmes.
This diary details how Doyle and Dr. Bell journey to America on a secret forensic mission to solve a string of grisly and mysterious murders. Peopled with Doyle’s real-life contemporaries—including JM Barrie and Robert Louis Stevenson, both of whom attended the University of Edinburgh with Doyle, it is an exciting mix of murder, mystery, literary history, and humor sure to please Sherlock Holmes fans everywhere!