7 Curious Facts About Sir Arthur Conan Doyle on Sherlock Holmes Day

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, was born on a day like this in 1859. That’s why many fans refer to May 22 as “Sherlock Holmes Day.” You might know Conan Doyle because of his famous detective stories featuring Sherlock or his historical short stories with Brigadier Gerard as the lead character. But here…

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Top 6 Apps for the Ultimate Sherlock Holmes Fan

At 130 years old, the world famous detective known as Sherlock Holmes still entertains readers and delights fan with his witty lines and sharp sense of observation. Hundreds of films, books, several TV series, a museum, toys, short stories, magazines, groups, and countless other products have been created from the single character. To that list,…

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Mysterious Bookshop Organizes Sherlock Holmes Open House

Every year the Baker Street Irregulars and other fans of the Great Detective descend on New York City to celebrate his birthday and this year is no different! Mysterious Bookshop, therefore, has organized a Sherlock Holmes Open House on Friday, January 6th, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm where mystery fans can stop by to peruse…

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New In Sherlockiana: John O’Connell’s “Baskerville”

John O’Connell, the book editor for The Times and few other publications, has got his hands dirty and written a short novel on Arthur Conan Doyle. He masterfully blends solid historical research with fiction in Baskerville: The Mysterious Tale of Sherlock’s Return, and gives the account of two men who became close friends and as…

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The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: The Web Weaver

Like Sherlock Holmes stories? Well, fresh out of the oven comes a new novel by Sam Siciliano titled “The Web Weaver“; a new addition to the ever-growing body of Sherlockian literature. Sam Siciliano has a Ph.D. in English from the University of Iowa and has taught at the college level. Web Weaver is his second…

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