During the month of May, I've invited a few authors to help kick off my mystery-trivia book tour. Today John Desjarlais author of Viper, is hosting me on his blog. The title of my article, "Is it the Actor or is it the Role?" Seems like no matter who plays Sherlock Holmes, they easily fit into the deerstalker cap and without question BECOME the Great Detective. So, is stepping into the role of Sherlock Holmes as easy as stepping into a pair of Persian slippers? You decide.
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Kathleen Kaska’s The
Sherlock Holmes Triviography and Quiz Book features hundreds of trivia
about the world's most famous detective, answering such questions as whether or
not Sherlock Holmes ever uttered the phrase "Elementary, my dear
Watson". Kathleen draws upon the entire Sherlock Holmes canon, plus the
hundreds of films and thousands of radio and television programs that featured
the detective and his inimitable partner, Dr. Watson. The Sherlock Holmes Triviography and Quiz Book is enhanced with 75
separate quizzes, asking probing, intriguing, fun questions related to all of
Conan Doyle's 56 stories and four novels.
Also look for Kathleen’s other two
trivia book: The Agatha Christie
Triviography and Quiz Book and The
Alfred Hitchcock Triviography and Quiz Book. All three have been reissued
Tomorrow is Mystery Trivia Tuesday: How Well do You Know Sherlock Holmes?
Wednesday, writer Ryder Islington, is interviewing me on her blog site. Stop by if you have time.