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If you haven't followed the publications of the Baker Street Irregulars, here's a chance to get in on one of the earlier publications for a pretty reasonable price.

Michael Kean, the marketing manager for BSI publications, is promoting a special clearance sale starting NOW over at The Baker Street Journal web site. You'll find the BSI Manuscript Series volume The Hound of the Baskervilles: Chapter XI
discounted to $25.00. It can be found at the Deal Table section of the bakerstreetjournal.com.

It's in your best interest to act quickly - the sale is valid only while supplies last.

And for your reference, other titles in the BSI Manuscript Series include:
  • Angels of Darkness
  • G.K. Chesterton's Sherlock Holmes
  • The Napoleon Bust Business Again
  • Mandate for Murder
  • So Painful a Scandal

2 comments:

Falkie2008 said... August 4, 2009 at 6:04 PM

I am not a member of the BSI but I do have an interest in the Sacred Writings.

Have you seen the latest news ?

A new film coming out in December will portray Holmes and Watson as gay.

Is nothing sacred ?

Watson was deeply devoted to and in love with his wife.

Holmes considered women to be intellectually inferior, yet he was attracted to one woman, Irene Adler. The fact that he accepted a photo of her as payment for a case and kept it framed and on display in his quarters shows this.

This is what happens when revisionists run wild and when people who know NOTHING about Holmes are free to make films.

There is an article on this in the New York Post and on Fox News today.

And a post about it on my blog :

http://falkie2008.blogspot.com


http://www.nypost.com/seven/08042009/gossip/pagesix/gay_sherlock_holmes_could_backfire_for_g_182825.htm

Scott Monty said... August 4, 2009 at 11:07 PM

It's not like it hasn't been done before. The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, directed by Billy Wilder, tackled this issue in 1970.

It'll probably prove to be of no consequence.

 
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