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Book Review: ‘Moriarty,’ A Murder Mystery in the Sherlock Holmes Tradition by Anthony Horowitz


Frederick Case, a Pinkerton Detective, and Athelney Jones from Scotland Yard form an uneasy relationship as they follow a strange missive purported to be written by Professor Moriarty. Read More »

DVD Review: `Foyle’s War, Set 7′

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The new three-episode season of `Foyle's War' continues the World War II themes of the BBC mysteries in the context of the brewing Cold War. Read More »

Book Review: The House Of Silk: A Sherlock Holmes Novel by Anthony Horowitz

Hansom cabs clatter through London in the time of the great detective, perhaps not for the last time. Read More »

Book Review: Raven’s Gate by Anthony Horowitz

The first book in the Power of Five series has the explosive pace of a blockbuster film. Read More »

Book Review: Crocodile Tears by Anthony Horowitz

Alex Rider, Britain's only teen spy, returns to save the world from a madman. Read More »

DVD Review: Foyle’s War – From Dunkirk to VE Day (Sets One Thru Five)

Experience the Second World War with Michael Kitchen as DCS Christopher Foyle in this wonderful mystery series from across the pond. Read More »