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Book Review: ‘Art In The Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure,’ by Bonnie Macbird


In "Art in the Blood, A Sherlock Holmes Adventure" Bonnie Macbird has given us back the Sherlock Holmes of old, one whose flaws are a constant battle who yet maintains a sense of panache that creates trust in those who rely on him. 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 »

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 »

TV Review: ‘Elementary’ – ‘Enough Nemesis to Go Around’


Liu delivers a masterful performance, bringing Watson into her own in the season premiere, comfortable with taking center stage, as Miller's Sherlock adjusts to a supporting role. Read More »

PlayStation 4 Review: ‘Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments’

Sherlock Holmes, Crimes and Punishments, video game, Playstation 4

While 'Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments' has a stunning level of presentation, it's just too short to compete with other premium releases. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Beekeeper’s Apprentice’ by Laurie R. King (20th Anniversary Edition)


If you’re ever wondering which of the thousands of novels about Sherlock Holmes you should pick up once you’ve finished the original sixty stories, this one is a good bet. Read More »

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

wuthering heights pulp the classics

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

Blu-ray Review: ‘Sherlock – Season Three’


This season is – well, a mess. It creates a world whose rules it doesn’t follow, and doesn’t even try for believability. It plays fast and loose with reality. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fic: Why Fanfiction is Taking Over the World’ by Anne Jamison


This chronology begins at what is arguably fan fiction’s very roots – ancient Greece, where Virgil borrowed Homer’s characters. Read More »

Is Your Boss a High Functioning Sociopath?


Mutual influence is the fundamental foundation, the hallmark, of a healthy, dynamic relationship, as the BBC's 'Sherlock' makes clear. Read More »