Hound of the Baskervilles

by: Arthur Conan Doyle

Chapters X–XI

1

Holmes would not listen to such fancies, and I am his agent. But facts are facts, and I have twice heard this crying upon the moor.

2

Let Holmes know all about it at once. It will give him the clue for which he has been seeking. I am much mistaken if it does not bring him down.

3

With tingling nerves, but a fixed purpose, I sat in the dark recess of the hut and waited with somber patience for the coming of its tenant.