The basis for the Major Motion Picture Mr. Holmes starring Ian McKellen and Laura Linney and directed by Bill Condon. It is 1947, and the long-retired Sherlock Holmes, now 93, lives in a remote Sussex farmhouse with his housekeeper and her young son. He tends to his bees, writes in his journal, and grapples with the diminishing powers of his mind. But in the twilight of his life, as people continue to look to him for answers, Holmes revisits a case that may provide him with answers of his own to questions he didn’t even know he was asking–about life, about love, and about the limits of the mind’s ability to know. A novel of exceptional grace and literary sensitivity, A Slight Trick of the Mind is a brilliant imagining of our greatest fictional detective and a stunning inquiry into the mysteries of human connection. From the Trade Paperback edition.
It is 1947, and the long-retired Sherlock Holmes lives in a remote Sussex farmhouse with his housekeeper and her young son. He tends to his bees, writes in his journal, and grapples with the diminishing powers of his mind. But in the twilight of his life, as people continue to look to him for answers, Holmes revisits a case that may provide him with answers of his own to questions he didn't even know he was asking - about life, about love, and about the limits of the mind's ability to know. Now a major film starring Sir Ian McKellen, directed by Oscar-winner Bill Condon. Previously published as A Slight Trick of The Mind.
The second issue of SHERLOCK HOLMES MYSTERY MAGAZINE includes contributions from Darrell Schweitzer ("The Adventure of the Hanoverian Vampires"), Marc Bilgrey ("You See, But You Forget"), David Waxman ("Tough as Diamonds"), Ron Goulart ("The Mystery of the Flying Man"), Gary Lovisi ("A Study in Evil"), Jean Paiva ("Max's Cap"), M.J. Elliott ("A Reputation for Murder"), and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ("The Musgrave Ritual"). Plus the usual features and columns!
As the popularity of Elizabeth Kostova's bestselling The Historian proves, there's always an audience bloodthirsty for quality, page-turning horror. Now, in a marvelously horrifying turn, John Marks-a former 60 Minutes producer-sinks his satirical teeth into twenty-first- century media. In Fangland, Evangeline Harker is an employee of the legendary TV news magazine The Hour. Sent on assignment to Transylvania, she delivers more than a story when mysterious e-mails, coffins, and a creepy guy named Torgu descend on the New York office. This darkly funny tale will appeal to vampire and horror aficionados as well as anyone who's fed up with what passes for "news" today.
Want to become a crime novel buff, or expand your reading in your favourite genre? This is a good place to start! From the publishers of the popular, Good Reading Guide comes a rich selection of the some of the finest crime novels ever published. With 100 of the best titles fully reviewed and a further 500 recommended, you'll quickly become an expert on the world of crime. The book also allows you to browse by theme, includes 'a reader's fast-guide to the world of crime fiction' as well listing the top 10 crime characters and their creators, award winners and book club recommendations.
Non-canonical Sherlock Holmes Works, Sherlock Hound, The List of Seven, Young Sherlock Holmes, Solar Pons, The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, The Canary Trainer
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 46. Chapters: Non-canonical Sherlock Holmes works, Sherlock Hound, The List of Seven, Young Sherlock Holmes, Solar Pons, The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century, The Canary Trainer, The Adventures of Shirley Holmes, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, Flashman and the Tiger, Without a Clue, The Arcanum, Aetheric Mechanics, The Six Messiahs, The Other Log of Phileas Fogg, Locked Rooms, A Monstrous Regiment of Women, Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House, Sherlock: Case of Evil, Slylock Fox & Comics for Kids, All-Consuming Fire, The West End Horror, Baker Street, In Re: Sherlock Holmes, Shadows Over Baker Street, The Casebook of Solar Pons, The Beekeeper's Apprentice, The Return of Solar Pons, The Memoirs of Solar Pons, The Italian Secretary, Justice Hall, The Reminiscences of Solar Pons, The Chronicles of Solar Pons, Sherlock Holmes's War of the Worlds, Erasing Sherlock, The Final Adventures of Solar Pons, Mr. Fairlie's Final Journey, Gaslight Grimoire, The Recollections of Solar Pons, The Adventure of the Unique Dickensians, The Last Sherlock Holmes Story, The Language of Bees, Auguste Lupa, The God of the Hive, Dust and Shadow, The Strange Case of Mrs. Hudson's Cat, Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography, The Adventure of the Diogenes Damsel, The Game, A Letter of Mary, Sherlock Holmes and the Railway Maniac, A Slight Trick of the Mind, The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes, O Jerusalem, The Moor, Sherlock Holmes: The Way of All Flesh, Second Holmes. Excerpt: Sherlock Holmes has long been a popular character for authors and creators other than Arthur Conan Doyle. Their works can be grouped into four broad categories: There can be found also many pop culture references to Sherlock Holmes. New Sherlock Holmes stories fall into many categories, including: Arthur Conan Doyle's son Adrian Conan ...
From the author of A Slight Trick of the Mind: A “hybrid of Stephen King and Jim Thompson” that follows the thoughts of a troubled Texas lawman (Booklist). Branches is a novel at once cautionary and starkly provocative, set in the “gnarled hide of West Texas” near the end of the 20th century. Sheriff Branches finds himself returning to his childhood home, revisiting his bleak childhood while contemplating a series of mysterious dog poisonings in his small community. In discovering the painful truth behind the crimes, he must also delve into his own violent past. As both a boy and a man, Branches embodies the very arbitrary nature of Justice; he roams through a grim landscape where nothing is as it appears, taking the reader headlong toward an unsettling, horrific resolution.
Sixty-eight-year-old Hollis and his wife Debra have settled into their golden years in a gated community outside of Tucson, Arizona. Although they are devoted to each other, events that took place decades earlier, when Hollis fought in the Korean War, have left him with a deep-seated trauma — and with a secret he has never been able to share with his wife. As a reluctant Hollis revisits his past after his wife becomes dangerously ill, we see just how much the years of war changed his life forever. In rapturous prose, Cullin captures in The Post-War Dream the complexity of a marriage and the indelible force of the past on one man's life. From the Trade Paperback edition.