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There are still some places I have to go to: the Reichenbach Falls

There are still some places I have to go to: the Reichenbach Falls. The Brocken Mountain. Nietzsche’s house in Weimar and his grave.
Incredible I have just found an Atlantic City website! 235 more words

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2015 Book #46 - Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

Title: Moriarty
Author: Anthony Horowitz
Date finished: 5/20/15
Genre: Mystery
Publisher: Harper
Publication Date: December 9, 2014
Pages in book: 285
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Book Reviews

Monday Motivation: Satisfying our consumers’ needs

Purists insist that market research plays, and should play, no role in writing a book.

This despite a welter of evidence that suggests that writers everywhere, and across the centuries, have paid quite strict attention to what their markets demands. 721 more words

Tips For Writers

On the footsteps of Sherlock

Last year in early August, we went for a two-day hike from Brienz to Grindelwald through the Rosenlaui valley, then over the Grosse Scheidegg. The hike started on a Saturday just after lunch, when we left Brienz. 1,151 more words

Hiking & Camping

Deal 106: Voodoo falls

I’ve had enough of that meddlesome detective. He’s poked his finely honed nose into my business once too often. It is time to take action. 481 more words

Writer

Moriarty strikes again - A Review of Anthony Horowitz's latest book

Sherlock Holmes is dead and a villain worse than Moriarty needs stopping. Looks like Scotland Yard’s in trouble.

Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty have just plunged into the depths of the Reichenbach Falls and only one body has emerged. 300 more words

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Book review: Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz

My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

This is the second book of the Sherlock Holmes series .

After the deadly meeting of Sherlock Holmes and Professor James Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls, a brutal murder which the victim – Jonathan Pilgrim, had been shoot in the head and his hands had been tied prior of the killing, Inspector Lestrade starts to believe that this execution may be related to a recent unrest in the streets of London. 202 more words

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