- This is a page for the character from Murder Rooms. For the real life author of the Sherlock Holmes stories see Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Murder room's premise is the crime solving adventures of Doyle and Joseph Bell, a doctor and teacher whom Sherlock Holmes is based on.
Doyle first appears in Dr Bell and Mr Doyle, when he has just started attending medical school at the University of Edinburgh. He first is taught by another teacher, but finds his teaching dry and boring and decides to attends Joseph Bell's class.
He is unsure whether to attend Bell's classes as he is viewed as an eccentric and Doyle thinks his observation skills are fake. Doyle visits to the department of clinic surgery, Bell's department, to get another thoughts on Bell, where Mistaking Bell for a labtech, he ends up talking to Bell about Bell's methods.
Doyle attends one of Bell's classes and realises that he was mistaken and accepts Bell's offer to become his labtech. He sees that Bell disappears from the university randomly without telling any one and so decides to follow him where he finds out that Bell secretly consults with the police on murder cases.
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- Arthur Conan Doyle was played by Charles Edwards.