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Out today – Cut To: Baker Street

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It is well documented that Sherlock Holmes is the most depicted literary character on screen; he even has an entry in the Guinness Book of Records to prove it. This reference guide covers depictions of the world’s most famous detective, and his faithful companion, from the first silent film Sherlock Holmes is Baffled (1900) to the Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly comedy Holmes and Watson (2018). As well as cinema and television portrayals, this book by Nicko Vaughan (Author of The Wordy Companion: An A-Z Guide to Sherlockian Phraseology) also covers documentaries, animations and web series adaptations alongside début feature...

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Out on Audio – The Merchant of Menace: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure

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Out on Audio – The Merchant of Menace: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure

The Merchant of Menace: A Sherlock Holmes Adventure Reluctantly, Sherlock Holmes agrees to assist Inspector Lestrade who is being hounded by an obnoxious nobleman whose jewel-encrusted dagger has gone missing. However, what Holmes initially believes to be a simple theft turns out instead to be his first encounter with a master criminal, who is as ruthless as he is brilliant, and whom Watson dubs “The Merchant of Menace.” Soon Holmes finds himself matching wits with a man who will steal anything – if the price is right. Moreover, this thief will go to any lengths, including blackmail and murder, to...

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Sherlock Holmes e il mistero di Kerrett’s Rood

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Sherlock Holmes e il mistero di Kerrett’s Rood – Formato Kindle La sorella della signora Hudson fa riemergere il vecchio caso della famiglia Felton, il quale si intreccia alle misteriose apparizioni di un fantasma… Sul treno di ritorno per Londra, Sherlock Holmes e il Dottor Watson si imbattono casualmente nella loro prossima cliente, Mrs Grimshaw, che scopriremo essere la sorella di Mrs Hudson. Il suo racconto fa riemergere il vecchio caso della famiglia Felton, il quale si intreccia alle misteriose apparizioni di un fantasma. Holmes intuisce che queste apparizioni nascondono ben altro. Una visita all’avvocato di famiglia e alla vecchia proprietà...

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The first new Shakespeare play in centuries

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On Audio – A Scandal in Nova Alba: Stage-Play Version Steve White stars in the first new Shakespeare play for four hundred years. The King of Nova Alba, in this new stage-play version of the story, approaches Sherlock Holmes to discover who killed the king’s predecessor. Shakespeare wrote comedies, tragedies, and histories, but he never got around to writing a whodunit, and this mixture of the Bard and Baker Street fills the gap in his oeuvre. The King of Nova Alba approaches Sherlock Holmes. The current king’s predecessor on the Nova Alban throne, King Duncan, came to a violent end, and...

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Sherlock Holmes Re-Imagined - An Interview with Lego Master James Macaluso

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This weekend's Sherlockian Interview is James Macaulso who takes us through the inspiration for his Lego scenes and how he creates them. He has released more than a dozen Sherlock Holmes adventures illustrated in Lego as 'Sherlock Holmes Re-Imagined'. His new book 'A Baskerville Curse' comes out in November - and fans can get the book and special rewards on the Kickstarter running this month. A Baskerville Curse Kickstarter.

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