The Hound of the Baskervilles

How does Doyle use mood, setting, and tone to make the novel more interesting? (chapter 15)

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Doyle utilises all of these to establish mystery and the threat of danger. There are a lot of examples to choose from. Consider, for example, the creepy moor. Could there actually be a hellhound there? Doyle describes it with words like "gray",  "melancholy" "dim" and "vague". These words not only describe the moor but function as adjectives for the story as a whole.