Sherlock Holmes for the masses December 1, 2014 – Posted in: Content, Of Interest: Featured Books / Reviews

    It was this time of year in 1887 when we got our first taste.  A Study of Scarlet, originally titled A Tangled Skein, was published by Ward Lock & Co. in Beeton’s Christmas Annual 1887. A. Conan Doyle got £25 for the story and the world was introduced to Sherlock Holmes.   He has since gone on to become the most famous literary character on the planet.           And last month when the U.S.…

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