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The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford | Book Reviews

The Woman on the Orient Express by Lindsay Jayne Ashford | Book Reviews

If you are an avid reader who loves to explore thrillers, murder mysteries and crime fiction, the chances are very rare that you haven’t heard about Agatha Christie. She is popularly known as the queen of crime (fictional works)! Agatha Christie’s own life had some mysterious phases too. Her sudden disappearance from public eyes and then reappearance (in 1928) is often considered as her mysterious hide-out. There are many real and fake stories about it are circulated in tabloids and newspaper those days. You can find some of them on Internet even today. Famous author Lindsay Jayne Ashford decided to ... Read More »

Pilot Episode of Elementary | An American Take On Sherlock Holmes | Personal Reviews

Pilot Episode of Elementary | An American Take On Sherlock Holmes | Personal Reviews

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Elementary – An American take on Sherlock Holmes | TV Series Review

Elementary – An American take on Sherlock Holmes | TV Series Review

Although Sherlock Holmes considered his powers of deduction perfectly natural and to someone of his intellectual stature elementary, he remains one of the most enigmatic and appealing fictional characters ever since he was created. The stories of Sherlock Holmes and Watson have appealed a few generations and there have been countless adaptations in various forms of art including drama, radio, motion pictures and television. In a last couple of years, two contemporary TV series have gained attraction of media and general public. Both shows present a modernistic adaptation of Sherlock and Watson. These are the British show “Sherlock” and the ... Read More »

Young Sherlock Holmes  | Hollywood Movie Reviews

Young Sherlock Holmes | Hollywood Movie Reviews

Sometimes the fictional characters got more popular than they are intended for. This popularity beyond the imagination, sometimes make the ego of the creator hurt. Related reading for you: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows | Hollywood Movie Reviews A Study in Pink | Episode 1 | Season 1 | Sherlock TV Serial On DVD | Personal Reviews Elementary – An American take on Sherlock Holmes | TV Series Review True Lies | Hollywood Spy Thriller Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger | Movie Reviews Read More »

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows | Hollywood Movie Reviews

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows | Hollywood Movie Reviews

Thrills and mysteries are loved by the people based on various psychological reasons. Anyway, at the end we want to see that the Truth Triumph. We hate it otherwise. It is very tough to create the fictional characters people can relate to. There are a few such successful attempts, Sherlock Holmes – the detective is one of them. He is a super hero in a sense. He doesn’t have the super power or mythical background etc. What he have is all of us have. The brain. He have though a very very good observation power. A mind full of information ... Read More »

The ABC Murders by Agatha Christie | Book Review

The ABC Murders by Agatha Christie | Book Review

Published in 1936, The ABC Murders added significantly to Agatha Christie’s fame as a genius of a crime-writer. The book is considered one of her best works and is a thrilling adventure from start to end.The book features Hercule Poirot in his full glory along with Arthur Hastings and Inspector Japp of Scotland Yard. The chase starts when Poirot receives a typewritten letter from a Mr. ABC informing him about the murder he is going to commit giving the exact date and place of the crime. While Poirot’s sixth sense tells him to take this man seriously, the police department ... Read More »