team (I picked up the adjective in a review and can't help but borrow) is joined by moon-sensitive former New Fiddleham detective Charlie Barker, dueling diva paleontologists, a Hagrid-meets-Yukon Cornelius beast tracker, a fierce journalist and a cast of valley-dwellers who had a much easier time tending the livestock than managing this descending menagerie.
the Bureaucrat," Sherlockian
Marshall McLuhan asserts that the "ordinary man finds a hero in Holmes and in his numerous descendants because the bureaucrat is always putting a finger on each of us in a way which makes us feel like Kafka characters.
This volume is the latest collection of Sherlockian
pastiches by a dozen authors ranging from J.
After the success of his earlier Holmes novel, House of Silk, Horowitz explores uncharted territory in a "fantasia on Sherlockian
themes" (Telegraph) without, well, the singular detective himself.
Michael Connelly's modern Harry Bosch encounters a Sherlockian
It is offering a Sherlockian
package that includes a tour of the locations that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write the most famous of all detective stories - The Hound of the Baskervilles.
In Forever, where Elementary meets Highlander, we find the immortal character gathering clues and signs of crime with Sherlockian
The series stars Ben Whalen (of "To Be King") as a Sherlockian
hacker, Rebecca Lynch (from "Game Night") as a seductive cam-harlot and Derek Houck (from "Napoleon Bon Appetit") as a deranged Internet troll.
Stenman--who gave up his dream of designing cars to pursue a medical career--has used those same Sherlockian
skills to tackle some of the biggest challenges in clinical chemistry.
There is a saying in Sherlockian
circles that all it takes to form a society is a book, two people and a bottle of wine.
The detective is a former army man with a prosthetic foot, who is more like a boxer rather than with an elegant Sherlockian
Konnikova, a writer and psychologist, argues that even the dimmest among us can benefit from Sherlockian