Sherlock Holmes, created by author and physician Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, first appeared in 1887. The fictional detective quickly became famous for his uncanny ability to draw conclusions from the smallest details. Holmes and his friend Dr. Watson are just as popular today as when they debuted. There are two television shows -- Sherlock (BBC) and Elementary (CBS) -- and a series of blockbuster movies starring Robert Downey, Jr. There is also an exciting book series by Andrew Lane, and the newest release, Black Ice, comes out on Tuesday, January 22, 2013. Once you're read all three Young Sherlock Holmes titles, you'll want to start another series inspired by the great detective. This list will help you do just that.