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22.07.2010 MacGuffin: The lost diary.; Meanwhile, in the Future…: The chapters alternate between Doyle in 1900 and Harold & Sarah in 2010. Moon Logic Puzzle: The trail of clues Harold and Sarah are following, especially when a single book that was relevant to a Holmes story isn't in a collection of seveal hundred books.Fortuantely a Sherlockian is the right type of person to figure out the puzzles.
30.11.2020 The Sherlockian club, London, United Kingdom. 10,058 likes · 43 talking about this. This is a serious fan page dedicated to the BBC serie Sherlock. Informations and news about the whole cast. Please,...
Jan 1, 2011 ... “The Sherlockian” is certainly self-aware, with Harold making recurring observations about what Holmes would do in a given situation and looking ...
As a deep Sherlockian and fan of Jeremy, I loved this book – it is a thrill ride and a suitable way to honour the remarkable career of a courageous, gifted gentleman. Twinkle on, Jeremy.” Bonnie MacBird, BSI, SHSL, Emmy winning producer, playwright, screenwriter (TRON) and author of ‘The Sherlock Holmes Adventure Series’), HarperCollins. And, moreover, actually employing phrases like “vile treachery” in doing so. Everyone was a suspect. But at the world’s largest Sherlockian gathering, everyone was a detective as well.” ― Graham Moore, The Sherlockian