TWENTY WEEKS OF BUZZ — Week 10

In the spring of 1992, Russell and Holmes fled their Sussex home pursued by American Sherlockians.  After May Morning in Oxford, they punted downstream and became separated. During the Twenty Weeks of Buzz, we will follow what happened to them next. The original documents will be posted each Friday on Laurie R. King’s blog Mutterings. A CASE IN CORRESPONDENCE – Part … [Read more...]

TWENTY WEEKS OF BUZZ — Week 9

In the spring of 1992, Russell and Holmes fled their Sussex home pursued by American Sherlockians. After May Morning in Oxford, they punted downstream and became separated. During the Twenty Weeks of Buzz, we will follow what happened to them next. The original documents will posted each Friday on Laurie R. King’s blog Mutterings. A CASE IN CORRESPONDENCE -- Part 9 The Cracker’s … [Read more...]

TWENTY WEEKS OF BUZZ — Week 8

In the spring of 1992, Russell and Holmes fled their Sussex home pursued by American Sherlockians. After May Morning in Oxford, they punted downstream and became separated. During the Twenty Weeks of Buzz, we will follow what happened to them next. The original documents will be posted each Friday on Laurie R. King’s blog Mutterings. A CASE IN CORRESPONDENCE – Part 8 7 May … [Read more...]

TWENTY WEEKS OF BUZZ — Week 7

In the spring of 1992, Russell and Holmes fled their Sussex home pursued by American Sherlockians. After May Morning in Oxford, they punted downstream and became separated. During the Twenty Weeks of Buzz, we will follow what happened to them next. The original documents will be posted each Friday on Laurie R. King’s blog Mutterings. A CASE IN CORRESPONDENCE – Part 7 Billy- no doubt … [Read more...]

TWENTY WEEKS OF BUZZ — Week 6

In the spring of 1992, Russell and Holmes fled their Sussex home pursued by American Sherlockians. After May Morning in Oxford, they punted downstream and became separated. During the Twenty Weeks of Buzz, we will follow what happened to them next. The original documents will be posted each Friday on Laurie R. King’s blog Mutterings. A CASE IN CORRESPONDENCE – Part 6 … [Read more...]