STUDENT Caitlin Wilson is at the centre of a bid to save a piece of England's cultural history - the house where Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created history's greatest detective, Sherlock Holmes.
What does ACD stand for?
ACD stands for Arthur Conan Doyle (Society)
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These three Victorian tales from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle have inspired the three new episodes of Sherlock.
00 Paperback PR4623 Foster, a writer and tour operator from Edinburgh, Scotland, provides a guide to notable locations in the life of Scottish writer Arthur Conan Doyle and in the adventures of his most famous character, Sherlock Holmes.
He is the creation of Scottish author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
From VisitBritain, the campaign highlights locations linked with the famous detective and his creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
For readers' information, this is the same Arthur Conan Doyle who was responsible for the legendary Sherlock Holmes detective books.
In this staged fantasy based on fiction, Arthur Conan Doyle tires of his famous sleuth and creates arch-villain Professor Moriarty to dispose of him.