Hi all, I have always liked reading Sherlock Holmes stories and when I began writing I began writing about him. I have 6 Sherlock Holmes mystery detective stories published, and stories on other subjects too.
My Sherlock Holmes ebooks are described and linked on philduke.weebly.com, if you cannot buy a title just email me at drpduke@wmconnect and I will gift it to you, from Amazon.com.
Everyone who likes reading about Sherlock Holmes, Doctor Watson, Inspector Lestrade, etc. really enjoys reading my ebooks about Sherlock Holmes.
"SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS" (2011) Review
Following the success of his 2009 movie, "SHERLOCK HOLMES", Guy Ritchie returned to helm a sequel about 19th century detective Sherlock Holmes' battle with his famous arch nemesis, Professor James Moriarty. Both Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law reprise their roles of Holmes and Dr. John Watson.
Loosely adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle's 1893 short story called, "The Final Problem", "SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS" picks up sometime after the end of the 2009 movie. Thanks to Irene...
It’s an old discussion, but I can’t resist to post my own take on it. I think this is an issue which went well out of hand from the very start, and I also think that the ongoing discussions about what is the better show are way too much colored by the way Elementary came to exist. So before I discuss the shows in itself, here my thoughts about Elementary being a rip-off.
I firmly believe that the writers of Sherlock were right when they made noise to protect their copyright. While Sherlock Holmes is not their property, their take on this character is, and they had reasons to...
- Mr. Sherlock Holmes - for me, not a single day goes by without thinking of that witty, eccentric and interresting english gentleman and his dearest fellow Dr. John Hamish Watson -
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I am working on a production for ITV, called The Crime Thriller Club. We are looking for the UK’s biggest crime thriller fans to take part in our programme for ITV3. Each episode we would like to feature two enthusiasts of shows like Inspector Morse, Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple, Lewis, Poirot, Rebus, Taggart, Broadchurch, DCI Banks, Midsomer Murders etc. to come into the studio to showcase their knowledge. If you think this is you please get in touch, firstname.lastname@example.org
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