*ASIS* didn't affect me nearly as much as the follow-up novel, *Sign of Four* -- a rollicking adventure as well as a good mystery. But if you think that Conan Doyle later put his prejudices aside, you'll find he had another set of scapegoats in the Masons.
Regardless, the Conan Doyle Holmes stories are epitomes of exciting detective stories -- and I highly recommend *Hound of the Baskervilles* as the best of the lot, a story that succeeds on several levels.
Ok, I'll read both of them and then report back <grin>. I need to read more fiction.
-- Steven Montgomery [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Senior Editor, The Constitutional Broadside Newsletter http://www.thecbn.net
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