Oscar Wilde and the Vampire Murders – In the latest in the series of Oscar Wilde murder mysteries, Wilde and his good friend Sir Arthur Conan Doyle face something very odd indeed. A duchess is found murdered—with two tiny puncture marks on her throat. Hmm . . . I wonder what that could mean?
If you haven’t seen this modern day retelling of the Sherlock Holmes stories then you’re in for a treat. Sherlock brilliantly walks the line between staying true to the works of Conan Doyle and giving the tale a new twist.
Wait until you see what they did with the phrase “three pipe problem.” Here’s the original quote:
Check out this fascinating YouTube video showing Sir Arthur Conan Doyle talking about how he came up with the idea for Sherlock Holmes.
Learn more about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle:
The Chronicles of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle – This is our partner site on the life and work of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. While I enjoy Sherlock Holmes, there’s a lot more to Conan Doyle than his most famous creation.