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Tag Archives: Arthur Conan Doyle
Interview with Ann Margaret Lewis on Murder in the Vatican
In 2011, I originally interviews Ann Margaret Lewis for my blog, A Pius Man. Since then, the interview was broken up and reposted for Examiner.com, twice. But now, as Ann Lewis will be my guest this Sunday on the Catholic … Continue reading
Posted in Fiction, Historical, Mystery, The Church, Writing Tagged Ann Margaret Lewis, Arthur Conan Doyle, interview, Pope Leo XIII, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Vatican 1 Comment
Review: The Watson Chronicles
For those of you who are suffering from a deficit of Sherlock, wondering why Robert Downy Jr. hasn’t made another Sherlock Holmes film already, and the okay-Elementary isn’t really cutting it, have we got something for you. When Ann Margaret … Continue reading
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