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The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes #5)

A man found brutally and horribly murdered near his remote home in the fogs of Dartmoor…

The Baskerville Curse that laid its icy finger on each member of the family one by one… 479 more words

Books

Why You Guys Really Should Think About Reading Some Sherlock Homes. (It has nothing to do with Benedict Cumberpatch.)

So Debi has stopped crying upstairs, and I have a moment of peace to write.  She’s got a mild cold, and she’s in that stage where she really needs a nap but refuses to take one, and we didn’t got to preschool today because we were both sick and yeah, we are just a wee bit tired of each other.   785 more words

Sherlock Holmes

The 140 character book review - An Introduction

A few weeks ago I read an article that summarised the Disney Pixar movies in 140 characters, or a tweet for those who are technologically unchallenged. 398 more words

General

30 for 30: Read a Book I'd Never Think to Read (First Try)

I have never been into mysteries. My parents read us quite a few Hardy Boys books when we were little, but I mainly enjoyed those because my parents were reading them to me. 1,089 more words

Personal

TBR? What TBR?

Guys, I am in complete denial that I ever decided to try and keep up to date with a TBR whilst travelling. It was a bit of a lost cause from the beginning really, let’s be honest. 668 more words

General

The Hound of Hergest Court, Inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "Hound"

Hergest Court, found in Kington, Herefordshire, was once a fine home, but it is but a “shadow” of its former greatness. However, its decline appears appropriate when one considers the history of the building and of its owner. 359 more words

British History