Sherlock Holmes solves a murder rooted in the Mormon trek of 1850.
Did You Know?
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle sold the rights of this story to Beeton's magazine and never made a penny out of the novel again; this is why he did not interfere when a second American movie of "A Study In Scarlet" was filmed. The magazine paid him £25 for the rights so they could print the story. See more
Version of A Study in Scarlet