'Tis the season! Weddings can bring out the best and the worst in us: family drama! fantasy locales! the politics of seating charts! chicken or fish (or tofu)! Get all the drama, joy, and chaos from these great books about weddings.
Do you enjoy complex plots, excellent character development, and emotional depth in your mysteries? Then check out some of these great literary mystery novels.
We're not telling you to forget your favorite Sherlock Holmes stories. But we do suggest making room on your bookshelf for these excellent Victorian female detectives of fiction!
I love what the world has made of Holmes and Watson in recent years. In fact, I love their relationship in all its different forms much more than I love their actual adventures. Eccentric, socially awkward genius. Grounded, capable every man. Both valuable people, but better together than apart.
Which recurring secondary Sherlock Holmes character are you? Take this Sherlock Holmes character quiz to find out to find out what role you'd play alongside Holmes and Watson!
A reader confesses an early lack of interest in Arthur Conan Doyle's great detective, and a preference for Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe. So, which is it for you--Sherlock Holmes or Nero Wolfe?
ACD was hardly a feminist, but he did give us a wide range of colorful female characters, from virtuous to villainous and everywhere in between. Here are some of the fascinating women in the Sherlock Holmes canon.
Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of one of fiction's most logical characters, believed entirely in the existence of fairies. Learn about Arthur Conan Doyle, spiritualism, and the Cottingley fairy pictures.