"A strong wind sang sadly as it bent the trees in front of the Hall. A half moon shone through the dark, flying clouds on to the wild and empty moor." The Hound of the Baskervilles is Arthur Conan Doyle's third stand alone novel with detective Sherlock Holmes. Sherlock Holmes returns from his duel with Professor Moriarty and is called to solve a death on the moors of south western England. Assisted by his partner Dr. John Watson, Sherlock must pit his famous skill of deduction against an ancient curse and a demonic hound. "Presume Nothing."