The Baskervilles Thesis

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The Thesis of the Baskervilles Every day, cases happen in the detective department of a police station. Nobody knows whether the mysteries will be solved or will be known as a mystery forever. Detective skills date back to the 1800’s and people before that most likely used clues to solve mysteries. But even a detective’s assistant can be more important than the officer himself. In the book The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Watson, a detective’s assistant, is set off to Baskerville hall to investigate a murder. He was the best choice for narrator because of his observance. Watson is very observant for clues at a crime scene. (Doyle 29)
“Because the ash had twice dropped from his cigar,” Watson explained this to Sherlock

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