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Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library) Paperback – January 13, 2007
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Praise for The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library: ...a beautiful piece of work, meeting and exceeding our expectations. This will be a standard for years to come, and every Sherlockian will want to have it. --The Baker Street Journal
Praise for The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library: As a tool for the researcher or as a bedside browser through the scholarship, serious, satirical, which has been expended in the name of Sherlock Holmes, this truly 'magnum opus' promises to become a new Holmesian milestone. Highly recommended. --Philip Cornell, Passengers' Log, The Sydney Passengers
Praise for The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library: If you want to master just about everything there is to know about The Great Detective and The Good Doctor, to understand what Holmes meant when he referred to a comet vintage of wine, and to know what discrepancies there are between the English and American editions of the works, plus a thousand other things relating to Holmes, Watson, and the England of the Victorian era, you must have these volumes. --Otto Penzler, The Mysterious Bookshop
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If you are expecting action-packed fights, then urn away, for the focus of this series is the thrill of the hunt and the duel of minds. (Though there is more than a fair share of action and peril.) Holmes is a wonderfully engaging character, and one can almost feel his charisma through the pages as he hunts down the most elusive and dangerous criminals and unravels the most baffling mysteries.
Of course, Hokes himself would dislike the poetic praise I give him. So come and take a read for yourself, look at the world with eyes wide open, and see the legacy of whom I can say without exaggeration is the greatest literary detective of all time. (My apologies to Hercule Poirot.)
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Sherlock is cold and calculating.Read more