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"Eddy Webb’s WATSON IS NOT AN IDIOT (2013; 201 pp.) is not a rehabilitation of Watson (who doesn’t really need one any more), but rather (as it’s subtitled) "an opinionated tour of the Sherlock Holmes canon" that offers insights into the stories." Watson Is Not An Idiot is available from all good bookstores including  Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Waterstones UK, and for free shipping worldwide Book Depository . In ebook format it is in Amazon Kindle,  Kobo, Nook and Apple iBooks (iPad/iPhone).

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"IS THAT MY HOLMES? and IS THAT MY WATSON? are amusing rhymed picture books written by Andrew Murray, with artwork by Deakin Brook (2013; 24 pp.), that are inspired by recent film and television versions of Holmes and Watson." Is That My Holmes? is available from all good bookstores including   Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Waterstones UK, and for free shipping worldwide Book Depository. In ebook format it is in Amazon Kindle,  Kobo, Nook and Apple iBooks (iPad/iPhone). Is That My Watson? is available from all good bookstores including   Amazon USA, Amazon UK, Waterstones UK, and for free shipping worldwide Book Depository. In ebook format it is in Amazon Kindle,  Kobo and Nook.

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Watson’s Afghan Adventure by Kieran McMullen at the top of the top 10 MX Publishing Sherlock Holmes books on Nook Books today. #407,370  Watson’s Afghan Adventure #557,937  The Case of the Grave Accusation A Sherlock Holmes Adventure #568,206  Baker Street Beat #588,073  A Case of Witchcraft #655,280  Barefoot on Baker Street #736,252  Bertram Fletcher Robinson – a Footnote to the Hound of Baskervilles #742,817  Lost Stories of Sherlock Holmes #1,042,261  Murder In The Library #1,067,008  Shadowfall a novel of Sherlock Holmes #1,137,739  In Search of Dr Watson For a full listing of Nook Holmes books check out the Sherlock Holmes Nook Books page on Pinterest.

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“In The Many Watsons Kieran McMullen takes a look at fifty-four actors, male and female, who have played Dr Watson or a Watson character on screen. It’s good to see the Watsons getting their share of attention, though the text needs proofreading, and I could wish that the actors had been dealt with in alphabetical or chronological order. Should there be a second edition, I hope Mr McMullen will include some at least of the radio Watsons – Leigh Lovell, Alfred Shirley, Norman Shelley, Michael Williams, Andrew Sachs, Larry Albert… Royalties from this light, lively collection of essays will go to...

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An Ill-dressed Vagabond is one of the most respected Sherlock Holmes reviewers in the USA. Here is his review of Molly Carr's fascinating biography of Dr.Watson from May 2011. "This book is a study of the sources and uses of John H. Watson as presented in the sixty Sherlockian tales written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The author examines the relationship between the characters of Holmes and Watson in a careful fashion to determine why Doyle chose to create Watson as both a foil and a counterpoint for Holmes and how that choice affected the style and development of the...

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[caption id="attachment_399" align="alignright" width="97" caption="A Study In Crimson"][/caption] A Study in Crimson is the second adventure of Mrs. Watson and Emily Fanshaw. Already dubbed 'The Female Sherlock Holmes' Molly Carr's character is proving very popular with Holmes fans. Here is the review from the leading Sherlockian Group in Wales - The Deerstalkers of Welshpool. "Molly Carr has produced another book about her two female detectives, mutated from minor characters in the Holmes stories. I think it helps if you have read the first book [The Sign of Fear], as that explains the strange hypothesis that Watson was a fake. The...

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'The Sign of Fear' is the first in a series of Holmes pastiche novels from Molly Carr, a life long Dr. Watson expert. It features Mrs. Watson as a strong female lead character andthe book has gained very posititive reviews from Holme societies around the world. Here, Roger Johnson from the Sherlock Holmes Society of London reviews the book for their newsletter;   "Never mind what you’ve been told: the former Mary Morstan is a woman with a past — so perhaps it’s natural that she should come within the orbit of the Napoleon of Crime. At least we can...

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