Deductive Reasoning: A Detective’s Work in the Future

Among the series this author has returned to of late has been a single season title: Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century*. The show is not well-beloved by fans of the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle* series because the animated tale takes several liberties with Holmes’ character. Since the show was meant for tweens and … Continue reading Deductive Reasoning: A Detective’s Work in the Future

Review: The Most Expensive Alley Cat in London by Corinna Turner

I stumbled across this little treasure while surfing through Amazon’s Kindle store. Although I say “little,” the term is not meant to be derogatory; The Most Expensive Alley Cat in London is a short story. One can read it in under an hour, making it a small gem, indeed: A Desperate Urchin. A Mysterious Stray. … Continue reading Review: The Most Expensive Alley Cat in London by Corinna Turner

Reposted: Dysfunctional Families in Murder Mysteries

​Here is a thought-provoking post from author Christopher Lansdown's website: Dysfunctional Families in Murder Mysteries I was recently watching the Murder, She Wroteepisode It’s a Dog’s Life with my eldest son and it occurred to just how much dysfunctional wealthy families are a staple of murder mysteries. It’s not the wealthy part that’s at all surprising—it’s well known … Continue reading Reposted: Dysfunctional Families in Murder Mysteries