Don't know if anyone has discovered it yet but there is a new novel out there based or should I say, 'related'... to the famous sleuth. It's called 'The fruits of Bohemia' by author Bill Cornwell ('Residents of Wardate' ).
The title gives us the first clue in what develops into an in depth adventure in present time. Can't give the game away too much. Needless to say there are murders, abductions and romance all intertwined in what proves to be a book difficult to put down. It's available on Kindle at the moment for 99p - it might even be free. Don't miss it!
Master of deduction. Crime-solving aficionado. Elusive sleuth. Although Sherlock Holmes is often associated with these grand titles we like to think that on days off he’s just a normal guy. Print and screen representations of Sherlock Holmes don’t tend to depict him sorting out his home insurance (or should we say Holmes insurance?), but it is an important piece of kit whether you’re an esteemed detective, his assistant or evil nemesis.
Given his previous experience of domestic chaos, contents insurance is important for Holmes’s peace of mind, considering the number of...
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.
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"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...
HI every body here , all Sherlockians and Sherlock Holmes fans , good morning with love :) <3
would you like to be in a place where there's a lot and various stuff about Sherlock Holmes, like..new important news , some exciting videos , and some books news.... pretty photos and albums for most of Sherlock related things and actors..fan art.......
I'D LIKE TO INVITE YOU TO OUR NEW SHERLOCK HOLMES FACEBOOK PAGE , it still new but we promise it will be unique, as it's not for any specific sherlock stuff ,and not related to any website ...so we share a lot news and posts from all...
"THE HOUND OF BASKERVILLES" (1939) Review
The year 1939 proved to be a momentous time for fans of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. The year marked the debut of two movies that featured the movie introduction of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce as the famous literary detective and his friend, Dr. John Watson.
There had been previous movie, stage and radio adaptations of the Sherlock Holmes. But despite the recent success of Robert Downey Jr., Jude Law, Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman in the roles of Holmes and Watson, Basil Rathbone and Nigel...
For the past 120 years or so, Sherlock Holmes has reigned as the indisputable king of fictional characters the world over. So, with the richly deserved popularity of the newest Holmes offering by the redoubtable BBC, it simply stands to tedious reason that American television would immediately want to rush out a 'knock off'. Enter 'Elementary', who's misplaced claim to fame is having cast Watson as (egads!!) a woman. Perhaps CBS would like us to forget about their two previous unsold pilots come TV movies which featured a couple of perfectly charming lady Watson's (Margaret Colin and Deborah...
Paul Dock is in the New York airport from more than an hour. They've lost his bag. He sigh, because he hate airplans and big cities and now he has to bear both. He was born in a little part of New Jersey that he wouldn't leave. But he couldn't refuse his niece invitation to her wedding day. he came there with a week of advance because his nice told him that New York is a city you have to visit once in your life. When someone of the staff brings him the bag, he looks at him in a such bad way. He get out of the airport with just a warm bath in his mind. When he finally get the hotel, cold got...
- 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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