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Every so often, I pick up an older book that I have lying around, which is exactly what I did with Sherlock Holmes.
Bodies mount with no apparent link other than the word for revenge in German painted in blood near the bodies. The police are at a loss. Dr John Watson is at a loss. Sherlock Holmes is not fooled, and using evidence that no-one else notices, he solves the murders.
With all the TV shows and films, it is easy to overlook the books but they are a compelling read with engaging plots. Yes, they are dated in many ways from the setting to some of the language, but this does not detract from the way the story builds holding the reader's attention. There is a good reason the books are classics. I suspect people will read them for many years to come.
Read more book reviews at the Book Corner, a site for book reviews for children and adults.
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In pictures: Ladybirds, geckos and gorillas BBC News
Fifteen stunning images from the Royal Photographic Society's International Images for Science competition Read more ...
Bees spit at each other when hot New Scientist Magazine
Honeybees have a few strategies for keeping cool: some fan the nest, others leave the hive to increase air flow, and a few look for puddles. Read more ...
GCSE results show record decline, BBC News
The overall proportion of entries achieving A* to C has declined from 69% to 66.9%. Top A* grades have slipped from 6.6% to 6.5%. Read more ...
Tapirs Are Surprisingly Well Endowed, National Geographic
Their genitalia is "ungainly" but evolved that way for a reason. Read more ...
The 100 things to do before leaving primary school, BBC News
The top 100 includes numerous pranks such as spinning on the teacher's chair or being caught impersonating "Miss". Read more ...
Teenage hormones 'turn pupils off school for three years', BBC News
Adolescence and boredom can turn pupils off learning for three years in early secondary school, suggests a study. Read more ...
Home education: The children going 'not back to school', BBC
It's that time of year again when social media fills up with photographs of shiny-faced children head off for the first day of school. But what of the home educated? Read more ...