The Mystery of Sasassa Valley (1879)
This episode, we travel back to where it all began with Conan Doyle’s first published work, ‘The Mystery of Sasassa Valley’ (1879).
You can read the story here: https://www.arthur-conan-doyle.com/index.php?title=The_Mystery_of_Sasassa_Valley
You can read the show notes here: https://www.doingsofdoyle.com/2022/08/29-mystery-of-sasassa-valley-1879.html
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We are joined by Professor Douglas Kerr, General Editor of the Edinburgh University Press New Critical Editions, who recently won a Doylean honour from the ACD Society for his introduction to Conan Doyle’s autobiography, Memories and Adventures (1924).
You can find out more about the Edinburgh Critical Editions here: https://edinburgh-conan-doyle.org/
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