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Subcutaneously my dear Watson

This is a book in serious need of a reprinting..





One of the most common myths portrayed in screen adaptations of Holmes stories (well the Victorian ones) is that Holmes injected cocaine directly into the vein.

Richard Roxburgh injects incorrectly (and at the wrong time) in the BBC's 2002 The Hound of the Baskervilles

This was never the case as Mr Tracy's book explains. It is still possible to obtain via various sites but it would be good to see it updated.

Click here for a better understanding http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subcutaneous_injection


For more information on Arthur Conan Doyle and his time at Undershaw please refer to my book, An Entirely New Country which is available through all good bookstores including Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Classic Specialities, and in all electronic formats including iTunes, Kobo, Nook and Kindle .

The Norwood Author is available from all good bookstores, in many formats worldwide including Waterstones UK, Amazon UK,  Amazon USA, Barnes and Noble, Amazon Kindle, iBooks for the iPad/iPhone, Kobo Books, Nook.

Close to Holmes is available from all good bookstores, in many formats worldwide including Amazon USABarnes and NobleAmazon UKWaterstones UKAmazon KindleKoboNook  and iBooks for the iPad/iPhone.

Eliminate the Impossible is available from all good bookstores, in many formats worldwide including Amazon USA, Barnes and Noble, Amazon UK, Waterstones UK, Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Nook and iBooks for the iPad/iPhone.

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