Tag Archives: Arthur Conan Doyle

The Scientific Sherlock Holmes – James O’Brien

  When I think of Holmes, I think of a scientific method of deduction. I think of a human version of a CSI lab before there were CSI labs, able to observe and interpret the smallest grains or threads of … Continue reading

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The Beekeeper’s Apprentice – Laurie R. King

This is one of those ideas that Should Not Work. It should foment outrage in the heart of even the mildest Sherlockophile that Laurie R. King should choose to bring a retired Sherlock Holmes together with a young woman, even … Continue reading

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Holmes pastiche & Furies

It’s been a weird month, this.  After a week of relative normalcy, there was a week in Florida at the home office of the company I’m just starting with for “training” (in quotes because I … have my doubts), which … Continue reading

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