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Review | Moriarty (Sherlock Holmes #2) by Anthony Horowitz

Mostly entertaining, but Moriarty left this Sherlock fan disappointed. 3.5/5 stars.

The blurb: Sherlock Holmes is dead.

Days after Holmes and his arch-enemy Moriarty fall to their doom at the Reichenbach Falls, Pinkerton agent Frederick Chase arrives in Europe from New York. 453 more words

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Could Series Four spell the end for Sherlock?

This week brought the tremendously exciting news that filming has at long last begun on Series Four of Sherlock. Accompanying the announcement, though, was this ominous statement from creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss: 607 more words

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Sherlock: What's "The Story"?

This is the story we’ve been telling from the beginning. A story about to reach its climax. —Mark Gatiss, on Series IV

Whatever else we do, wherever we all go, all roads lead back to Baker Street — and it always feels like coming home.

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Miss Me? The Music of BBC's Sherlock

For those who have seen Sherlock, you understand that first bit. Moriarty. For those who have not seen Sherlock, do so immediately. For my U.S. friends, it’s on BBC America sometimes, PBS, Netflix and DVD. 95 more words

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liane moriarty: the husband’s secret

In the opening scene of The Husband’s Secret, Liane Moriarty introduces Cecilia Fitzpatrick as “a school mum and part–time Tupperware consultant.” Happily married, mother of three, memories of her younger self stored in the attic in neatly labeled plastic containers, checking off tasks as she moves through the day. 575 more words

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The House of Silk

The House of Silk By Anthony Horowitz

2011    Hardcover    Little Brown and Company (US) and Orion Books (UK) 2012    Paperback    Mulho`lland Books

Timeline: Set during “the last days of November” in 1890. 346 more words

Pastiche

Fancy a Pillow Fight?

Pillows and other products with… well, how to name them? Sherlock characters’ breastplates?

Anyway, have a look at Redbubble

If you prefer making your own stuff (esp. 11 more words

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