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Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

Rating: ★★★★

Genre: Detective lit, retelling

Medium: Paperback

Synopsis: Sherlock Holmes is dead.  After the events which happened at the Reichenbach Falls, Frederick Chase, an American detective travels to Europe in order to investigate a string of crimes involving Professor James Moriarty.   360 more words

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My First Ever Book! The Trials of Sherlock Holmes

I am excited to announce that, having successfully written my first ever book, a new Sherlock Holmes pastiche will be released on June 13th!

This new stage in my life has brought with it a mixture of emotions. 253 more words


Andy Pines reblogged this on The Napoleon of justice and commented:

I first learned that he has written his first book on his post on A tolkineist's perspective. I thought I wasn't going to get it because I thought it was going to only be available on Amazong.co.uk, and I'm american; that is, until I learned that this book will also be available on Amazon! This is really good news for fans of the Baker street sleuth. He says that it is getting published on June 13 2017. So I'll just buy that on June 10. I'm also going to buy Beren and Luthien before it gets published; somewhere around may 20. It gets published on June 1 2017. Back to this post. I have some questions about the book: will Moriarty be in the book? Will there be Illustrations? And lastly, will the book talk about short stories Conan Doyle wrote, or will it be a biography on the napoleon of Justice? We'll just have to but the book and see. Can't wait.

The game is afoot.

Greetings, fellow fans of the detective of Baker Street.

You have probably seen my Tolkien Blog.

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4 May, 1891 - Remembering the Reichenbach Falls

The 4th of May is not just Star Wars day.

Today is the day Sherlock Holmes faces his most formidable opponent at the edge of the treacherous falls of the Reichenbach. 247 more words


Andy Pines reblogged this on Searching the library for a good book and commented:

Just wanted to share this post for the Sherlock Holmes fans that check out my blog.  

The Death of Sherlock Holmes

The Dastardly Past:  the Death of Sherlock Holmes.

Forget Star Wars.  The true importance of May the 4th is that it’s the day Sherlock Holmes died.  159 more words

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