The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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Summarize chapters 10, 11, 12.

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These three chapters see rapid developments in events upon the moor. Watson, holed up at Baskerville Hall, continues to write reports to Holmes, who as far as he knows is busy working on the case in London. In Chapter 11 Watson learns from Barrymore, the butler, that another man as well as the escaped convict Selden (Barrymore's wife's brother) is living secretly out on the moor. Selden has seen him. Watson also learns that the late Sir Charles Baskerville had a secret assignation with a lady called Laura Lyons, on the night of his death. These two revelations give Watson plenty of food for thought.

In chapter 11 Watson manages to secure an interview with Laura Lyons, who turns out to be the estranged daughter of the cranky old Frankland, one of the Baskerville neighbours. She was going to meet Sir Charles because she was needing...

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