Monthly Archives: September 2012

Barefoot makes a visit to Narbonne

During a recent holiday to the South of France, I took a copy of Barefoot (second edition) along to the beautiful town of Narbonne which features at the start of chapter eleven. Husband took a photo of me holding it … Continue reading

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Finding Sherlock Holmes through the generations – but always with the same result

Isn’t it interesting how different generations are introduced to Sherlock Holmes in new ways?  What a great testament this is to the adaptability and timeless appeal of one of fiction’s most loved characters. We have three generations of Holmes fans … Continue reading

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