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It's not often that I write a post purely to big someone up but, in this case, I feel it is necessary. 

Review: Jeremy Brett - Playing a Part - Maureen Whittaker

Firstly, I state up-front that I am reviewing a complimentary copy of this book.

For me Jeremy Brett is, and always will be, the definitive Sherlock Holmes. He is the Zeus of that Pantheon. No one can touch him. He usurped Basil Rathbone as the Holmes of my imagination and it will be nothing short of miraculous for someone to take his place. His adherence to the Holmes of the page never ceases to amaze me.

Guest Post: The Daily Sherlock Holmes: A Year of Quotes from the Case-Book of the World’s Greatest Detective.

I recently asked for guest posts. I have now received one from Levi Stahl the co-editor of The Daily Sherlock Holmes: A Year of Quotes from the Case-Book of the World’s Greatest Detective.

By way of transparency, I have not seen a copy of the book or received any form of consideration. The post is shown as received, free of edits.

Review: The Devil's Due by Bonnie MacBird

The Devil's Due is Bonnie MacBird's third Sherlock Holmes novel and I say up front that it is the best so far.