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I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere

Dec 30, 2022

“enter the sacred domain to-night without fear” [SHOS]  


When the #FreeSherlock movement began a decade ago, there were 50 of the original 60 Sherlock Holmes stories in the public domain in the United States. And now, when January 1, 2023 rolls around, "The Veiled Lodger" and "Shoscombe Old Place" will be...

Dec 15, 2022

“a strange and wild life” [STUD]  


How often have you come across a phrase in the Sherlock Holmes stories that you're not familiar with? Or just a general concept, such as the cost of items and what it was like to live on a pension? 

Author Liese Sherwood-Fabre discovered a number of questions as she was...

Dec 1, 2022

“duly considered and scientifically handled” [HOUN]  

The Baker Street Irregulars Press follows the success of its Professions Series (previous titles covered medicine, the law, the military, and education) continues with My Scientific Methods: Scient in the Sherlockian Canon.

The editor, Dana Richards, BSI ("The...

Nov 15, 2022

“You can go to blazes!” [3STU]  


The Devil's Blaze: Sherlock Holmes 1943 is the follow-up novel to Robert J. Harris' highly-acclaimed first novel, A Study in Crimson: Sherlock Holmes 1942.

Fans of the Basil Rathbone / Nigel Bruce films will recognize the setting, as Holmes and Watson are in wartime...

Oct 31, 2022

“a child has done the horrid thing” [SIGN]  


Bonnie MacBird, BSI ("Art In the Blood") is back with her fifth Sherlock Holmes novel.

This time, we're treated to a Christmas tale in What Child Is This?, where we encounter a kidnapped three-year-old and a missing son of an aristocrat, with Sherlock Holmes, Dr....