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10 Books for Sherlock Holmes Fans

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10 Books for Sherlock Holmes Fans

It’s elementary, our dear readers ...

by Jessica Ferri

Watch List: Agatha Christie’s <em>Partners in Crime</em>

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Watch List: Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime

It’s murder and intrigue with a spot of tea.

by DeAnna Janes

And the Dagger Goes To …

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And the Dagger Goes To …

We break down The Dagger Awards, celebrating the best in crime writing, and reveal its very special Diamond winner.

by Grace Srinivasiah

Good Guys Gone Wild: Crime Drama Edition

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Good Guys Gone Wild: Crime Drama Edition

They're TV's bad boys – and we can't help but love them.

by DeAnna Janes

A Sherlock Holmes Novel Without Sherlock

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A Sherlock Holmes Novel Without Sherlock

Author Anthony Horowitz's latest novel, Moriarty, puts Holmes's greatest nemesis under the magnifying glass.

by Otto Penzler

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

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The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

See where the world's most famous detective got his start ... and almost met his untimely end.

by Dave Adams

Jeremy Brett: The Real Sherlock Holmes

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Jeremy Brett: The Real Sherlock Holmes

Actor Jeremy Brett – widely considered the most accurate Holmes in history – analyzes the great detective's feelings on Watson, women, and death.

by Rosemary Herbert

Darkest TV Dramas of 2014

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Darkest TV Dramas of 2014

It's no secret: We live in the golden age of pitch-black TV programming.

by The Lineup Staff

Mr. Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Drugged Golfers

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Mr. Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Drugged Golfers

When a priceless trophy goes missing, the world's most famous detective is called to solve the case.

by Bertram Atkey

America’s Queen of the British Mystery

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America’s Queen of the British Mystery

Martha Grimes, the award-winning author of over twenty Richard Jury mysteries, sits down for an in-depth interview.

by Susan L. Clark

The Detection Club: 10 Rules for Writing a Mystery

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The Detection Club: 10 Rules for Writing a Mystery

"The detective must not himself commit the crime."

by Jennifer Jackson

Watch List: Hinterland

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Watch List: Hinterland

Fancy your detective swaddled in a wool jumper?

by The Lineup Staff

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