Rob has not been very well of late and he reflects on his recovery reading. (more…)
If money were no object, which literary location would you recreate?
With the news this week that JK Rowling is building a structure in the grounds of her house that looks remarkably like Hagrid’s Hut from the Harry Potter movies, this got me thinking: if money were no object, what literary location would I like to replicate? (more…)
For some people, there’s a particular moment or a particular book that hooks them into reading. For some it’s not as clear cut as that… Rob has chosen Sherlock Holmes as something that he loved reading at a young age and Kate has chosen Little Grey Rabbit by Alison Uttley.
Lady Carfax goes missing and is this the end for Sherlock Holmes? (more…)
A recovering Holmes becomes involved in a gruesome case involving the Devil’s Foot and who is a mysterious lodger in the Red Circle? (more…)
Two cases test Sherlock in The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge and the Bruce-Partington Plans. (more…)
Two severed ears are delivered to an innocent old lady. What secret lies behind it? (more…)
Sherlock uncovers a message from within the heart of Professor Moriarty’s crime syndicate… (more…)
An important document is stolen and a man is found murdered. Are the two incidents related? (more…)
Sherlock must solve the murder of Sir Eustace Brackenstall. (more…)
A rugby player goes missing? Can Sherlock find him? (more…)
Sherlock is called in to solve a mysterious and motiveless murder… (more…)
A trip to university for Watson and Holmes after a stolen exam paper… (more…)