Posthumous Holmes

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March 2012, no. 339

The Narrative of John Smith by Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Lindsay (reader)

British Library Board, $39.95 5 CDs, 270 minutes

Posthumous Holmes

by
March 2012, no. 339

A century later, the Conan Doyle/Sherlock Holmes industry shows no signs of abating. In recent months alone, there have been Anthony Horowitz’s The House of Silk, a new Holmes adventure, and the big, dumb action movie Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows; a television series, Sherlock, set in the twenty-first century, appeared in 2010; and in 2005 Julian Barnes’s George and Arthur investigated the relationship between an unjustly accused solicitor, George Edalji, and Doyle who took up his cause.

Brian McFarlane reviews 'The Narrative of John Smith' by Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Robert Lindsay

The Narrative of John Smith

by Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Lindsay (reader)

British Library Board, $39.95 5 CDs, 270 minutes

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