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Book Review: ‘Resorting to Murder: Holiday Mysteries’ ed. Martin Edwards

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"Resorting to Murder": The stories themselves are an uneven bunch with both excellent tales and some clinkers. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Sherlock Holmes, The Missing Years: Japan’ by Vasudev Murthy

Sherlock Holmes The Missing Years Japan

An iconic character like Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes often generates knockoffs—some terrible, some fair. 'The Missing Years' starts with some promise, but ends up more like a fake Rolex. Read More »

The Pride and the Prejudice of ‘Wuthering Heights’: Oldcastle Books Pulps the Classics

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Maybe what Pulp! The Classics is really doing is returning these classic novels to their original context of popular culture and entertainment. Read More »

Book Review: Oscar Wilde and the Murders at Reading Goal by Gyles Brandreth

Oscar Wilde goes to prison and solves the murders at Reading Gaol. Read More »

Book Review: A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle

Dr. Watson, back from military service abroad,is introduced to Sherlock Holmes. Read More »

Comics Collection Review: Halloween Classics, Edited by Tom Pomplun

Eureka Productions’ second set of holiday-themed classic comic adaptations arrives just in time for trick or treating. Read More »

Book Review: Oscar Wilde and the Vatican Murders by Gyles Brandreth

The game is afoot for Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, on a case infused with secrets and secret passageways, ambitions and manipulations. Read More »

Reichenbach Falls: A Reflection on the House, M.D. Series Finale “Everybody Dies”

House, M.D. is over, but why not speculate on what happens after the final credits roll? Read More »

Book Review: The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Novels (Vol. 3) by Arthur Conan Doyle

Annotations mean we'll never be clueless. Read More »

Book Review: Professor Moriarty: The Hound of the D’Urbervilles (Professor Moriarty Novels) by Kim Newman

We all know Sherlock Holmes' side of the story; this is Moriarty's darker version of events. Read More »