WILD ABOUT HARRY. But I do love the man from Baker Street, and I was a Sherlockian even before I discovered the magic of Houdini.
My first experience of Holmes on the page was not the Canon. In fact, I came to Conan Doyle late. The first Holmes book I ever read was Nicholas Meyer's 1974 novel The Seven Per-Cent-Solution (read: The case of the non-canonical seduction). Therefore, I've always had a thing for pastiche novels, especially those that found Holmes crossing paths with the likes of Jack The Ripper, Dracula, and, yes, even Houdini.
So I thought I'd start up this niche blog in which I share select pastiche adventures that I own or otherwise capture my attention -- "cases for which the world was not yet prepared."
Hope you enjoy.
- Sherlock Holmes (1916)
- A Study In Terror (1966)
- The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970)
- The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother (1975)
- Sherlock Holmes in New York (1976)
- The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1977)
- Murder By Decree (1979)
- Young Sherlock (1982)
- Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)
- Jeremy Brett
- SHERLOCK (BBC)
- Sherlock Gnomes (2018)
- The Adventures of Solar Pons
- The Chronicles of Solar Pons
- The Return of Solar Pons
- The Casebook of Solar Pons
- Mr. Fairlie's Final Journey
- The Dossier of Solar Pons
- The Further Adventures of Solar Pons
- The Secret Files of Solar Pons
- The Exploits of Solar Pons
- Solar Pons Versus the Devil's Claw
- The Complete Adventures of Solar Pons
- The Solar Pons Companion
- The Papers of Solar Pons
- The Apocrypha of Solar Pons
- The Necronomicon of Solar Pons