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Elementary; Better Than Sherlock

This will be a non-library related post, except in the fact that most librarians I know fall into the Sherlock fandom and those that do not have strong opinions anyway. 384 more words


Chevron profits fall to lowest since 2009 as oil prices collapse

Chevron Corp. said quarterly profit dropped to the lowest in half a decade as collapsing global crude markets spurred billions of dollars in oil-industry spending cuts. 303 more words


A Writer’s Experience: Ongoing Worlds 19

Welcome to the next installment of Sherlock: Nevermore, as featured on Ongoing Worlds.

Titled: Borsht anyone?

Cab rides were usually uneventful as Sherlock was in his own zone so John left him alone. 482 more words


#1:The Reichenbach Fall

Last one, everybody!

The Reichenbach Fall

Summary: As Sherlock’s fame continues to grow, so do the schemes of his arch-nemesis. As Moriarty starts carrying out his promise to “burn” Sherlock, the detective and John race desperately to stay one step ahead of him. 665 more words

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Book Review: Professor Moriarty: The Hound of the D'Urbervilles by Kim Newman

There are many spin-offs from the original Sherlock Holmes books. A ton of which focus on re-creating the style and prose of the originals; some which seek to parody and poke fun at them; and some which quite frankly should be burned at dawn. 284 more words


The immortality of Sherlock Holmes, and why he lives on

Jeremy Kingston

What marks out Sherlock Holmes as different from all other fictional characters is his inexhaustible capacity for inspiring new adventures.  Favourite characters from other books – notably those by Jane Austen and Dickens – have appeared in sequels and prequels and sexed-up adaptations, but almost without exception they are set in the time when the characters first made their appearance.  770 more words

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