Containing – “The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge” (1908), “The Adventure of the Cardboard Box” (1892), “The Adventure ,of the Red Circle” (1911), “The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans” (1908), “The Adventure of the Dying Detective” (1913), “The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax” (1911), “The Adventure of the Devil’s Foot” (1910), and, “His Last Bow. An Epilogue of Sherlock Holmes” (1917)
Good old Sherlock, he does just as you would expect from the world’s first and best consulting detective.
Although, in reading the various Sherlock Holmes stories I get a very different sense of Holmes than the one tv and film adaptations portray, especially in relation to his relationship with Watson. Too many adaptations have Watson the old dope, but both he and Holmes are fit and active men and while Watson is often there to show how superior Holmes’ brain may be there is never any indication that he is anything but capable.