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The Hanging Man

The year 1887 was an exceptional one for crime. The Bloomsbury scandal, the Edgware heist, the Mayfair crisis – to mention but a few of the most notorious that made the headlines and caused sensational gossip. 8,714 more words

221B Baker Street

Sherlock Holmes and the Shattered Mirror - Chapter 5

Chapter 5: Brotherly Affection

Sherlock slowly and silently unlocked the door to 221 Baker Street and closed it gentle behind himself. The evidence for an unwanted guest was overwhelming even without having seen the light outside. 1,630 more words


Book Review: The House At The Baker Street by Michelle Birkby

When Sherlock Holmes turns away the case of persecuted Laura Shirley, Mrs Hudson, the landlady of Baker Street, and Mary Watson resolve to take on the investigation themselves.

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"The Sleuth of Baker street" | Hazardpublishing.com

“The Sleuth of Baker Street” This is sort of a re-tred. I’d posted a version of this a long time ago that I’d done entirely in the computer, but lost the hi-res version some years ago and always regretted it, so I decided to ink brush a new one on watercolor paper.

The Thrill Of Ink

Underwhelmed by 221b Baker Street

Being a fan of the Sherlock TV series with Benedict Cumberbatch I was excited at the thoughts of going to the fictitious home of detective Sherlock Holmes at 221b Baker Street in London. 511 more words


Saturday 2nd January 2016

Well, I liked it. Sherlock, like its stablemate Doctor Who (the connective tissue being Steven Moffat) can often be frustrating, but this Christmas special was a lot more delightful and confection than I was expecting. 747 more words

'L'mentary, My Dear

“Come, Watson, come!” he cried. “The game is afoot.”

– Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

I’ll just say it: I’m not a huge fan of London. I’ve had a couple of adventures there (one that springs to mind is a fruitless two-mile hike through the rain on Christmas Day 2007, from Kings Cross to Trafalgar Square, for a Dickens walking tour that never happened, followed by a two-mile hike back the way we came); I’ve seen the requisite sights and made my obeisances at the usual shrines–the British Museum, Hyde Park, Westminster, etc. 170 more words