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TV Review: Elementary – “Dead Man’s Switch”

It's a year since Sherlock's been sober. And in this week's Elementary, he becomes a part of the Crime. Read More »

Interview: Charles Prepolec and Jeff Campbell, Editors of Gaslight Arcanum

A chat about the original Doyle stories and why we're so interested in writing about his great creation. Read More »

Book Review: The Mask of Fu Manchu by Sax Rohmer

The Mask of Fu Manchu is perhaps not the best introduction to Sax Rohmer's 100 year old character. Read More »

TV Review: Elementary – “The Deductionist”

A serial killer and Sherlock Holmes find common ground when the detective is forced to work with an unscrupulous and ambitious FBI profiler. Read More »

TV Review: Elementary – “M”

CBS' Elementary introduces an infamous Holmes adversary in "M." Read More »

TV Review: Doctor Who – “The Snowmen”

"The Snowmen" isn't just a Doctor Who Christmas special; it's the next chapter of the story and introduces a new companion. Read More »

Book Review: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Holmes by Loren D. Estleman

The great Victorian detective investigates another famous literary figure from his time as two literary classics collide. Read More »

TV Review: Elementary – “The Long Fuse”

Lisa Edelstein guest stars on this week's Elementary. Read More »

Interview: Elementary‘s Creator Rob Doherty

Exclusive interview with the creator of the CBS hit Elementary starring Jonny Lee Miller 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 »