Sherlock Book Reviews - An Irregular Life: Being the Adventures and Memoirs of a Fortunate Sherlockian

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John Bennett Shaw

“And now comes a man who thinks like, looks like, talks like and is as close to the real Conan Doyle as possible. He is Mark McPherson.”

 

Peter Blau

"Mark F. McPherson’s An Irregular Life: Being the Adventures and Memoirs of a Fortunate Sherlockian (London: MX Publishing, 2022; 539 pp., $39.99) is the second (and greatly expanded) edition of his memoirs, and it’s a great read, offering a chance to share his travels and quests (for Camelot, Atlantis, Jack the Ripper, James Bond, Emma Peel, and the Loch Ness Monster, among others); his meetings with interesting Sherlockians (including his mentor Bill Rabe) and non-Sherlockians; and his performances in his one-man show “An Evening with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle”.  Memoirs, it should be noted, are much more fun than autobiographies."

 

An Irregular Life: Being the Adventures and Memoirs of a Fortunate Sherlockian is available from this site with a share going to our good causes and also from all good bookstores including:

Amazon USA       Barnes and Noble 

 


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