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Any suggestions on which of the Brigadier Gerard stories would be a good tale with which to begin?
Be Kind; Everyone You Meet is Fighting a Hard Battle Posted on June 29, 2010 Plato? Philo of Alexandria? Ian MacLaren? John Watson? This blog post is based on a question that was posed at the wonderful blog used by the quotation expert Fred Shapiro who is the editor of one of the best reference works…
Later this week I’ll post the title of a new story from the Brigadier Gerard series. // RSK
The end of ‘Black Peter’ leaves a huge question. We finish the story now, but must take note of the footnote in Leslie Klinger’s ‘Annotated’: The sentence from the story: “If you want me for the trial my address and that of Watson will be somewhere in Norway — I’ll send particulars later. “ And…
Patrick Cairns signs up to go whaling and ends up going to jail. Would Holmes have freed him if Cairns was an aristocrat?
Of the many inspectors in the canon which one inspector is your favorite? RSK