Alex Werner: Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes and London and the many stagescreenbook adaptations over the years If you love Sherlock Holmes and London you will love this book After reading White Fire by Douglas PrestonLincoln Child I had to turn back to the real Sherlock Holmes and its author Here you find many superb photos and pictures of famous London places Besides there is much material on Doyle in London reference to the Bohemian character many maps and landmarks A splendid volume Must read for every Holmes Doyle and London fan. On which was the backdrop for many of Conan Doyle's stories Richly illustrated by the museums nrivalled collection and authoritatively written by Alex Werner David Cannadine and other leading authorities on London this book appeals to anyone who loves this beguiling city and wants to explore it as it was when Sherlock Holmes was brought to lif.

Picked this book p in an Oxfam book shop when I was on holiday in Bristol super interesting read Amazing pictures from the original Sherlock Holmes stories published in the Strand Magazine When the excellent Museum of London curated a special exhibition about Sherlock Holmes I expected this 2014 volume to be an illustrated guidebook In fact it is a large volume of 256 pages of illustrated articles about many aspects of Sherlock Holmes by several distinguished contributors compiled by Alex Werner curator. Over 150 stunning archive photographs and paintings illustrate this mesmerising guide to London seen through the eyes of Arthur Conan Doyle and his most famous character Ever since his creation Sherlock Holmes has continued to enthrall his readers and audiences he is the world's favourite fiction detective and is indelibly linked to London From.

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Of the exhibition A substantial edition to Sherlock Holmes scholarship it is a most excellent read containing much analysis and profusely illustrated It is just a pity that I did not get the chance to visit the exhibition itself I was fortunate enough to see the Sherlock Holmes Exhibition at the Museum of London in October 2014 It was a fantastic experience and one I ll always treasure This book the official companion to the exhibition is filled with excellent essays including some on the histories of both. The handsome cabs hurtling through the city streets and thick fogs shrouding long lines of terraced houses this was Sherlock's London It was a city at the nexus of a vast Empire and one of the wealthiest largest and most populous of its dayThrough early film photography paintings and original artifacts the book explores the real Victorian Lond.