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In Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes' stories, the titular detective is described in passing as a skilled amateur boxer. In the novel Rodney Stone, however, Conan Doyle dives much deeper into the world of pugilism, combining a satisfying mystery plot with the tale of an up-and-coming young boxer who rubs shoulders with many of England's most renowned nineteenth-century athletes and personages.

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