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Новые пастиши о Шерлоке Холмсе на иностранных языках
ArKan: [quote]Someone has murdered the ghost of Sherlock Holmes. As a fictional character remembered by the people of London, Holmes' ghost walked the city, and now someone has put a ceremonial dagger through his chest. What could be the motive? The small team of Metropolitan Police detectives who have The Sight find themselves pursuing a criminal genius who soon lures them into a Sherlockian maze of too many clues and too much evidence. Ross finds herself drawn to an actor who may or may not be a deity, and goes on a quest to win back her happiness. Lofhouse seeks the answers, finally, about why she brought the team together. Quill battles for his sanity. Costain battles for his soul. And Sefton just wants to bring his team back together, even if that takes him to the edge of death.[/quote]
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Pinguin: ArKan пишет: Someone has murdered the ghost of Sherlock Holmes Считаю необходимым сообщить, что администрация форума против наркотиков!
Рени Алдер: Ознакомилась с терминологией того, чего я не читаю, и выяснила, что пастиш это вторичное литературное произведение, являющее собой продолжение либо иную сюжетную версию первичного (авторского) с сохранением авторского стиля, персонажей, антуража, времени действия и т. д. В отличие от стилизации и так называемых фанфиков, позволяющих более вольно трактовать исходный материал, пастиш предъявляет более жёсткие критерии к автору с точки зрения введения дополнительных персонажей и развития сюжета. Скажите, ArKan, этот ПольКорнель это точно пастиш?.. А то прочтение аннотации чего-то меня в этом усомнило.
ArKan: The Games's Afloat!. This fascinating tale takes Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson on an amazing undersea adventure to find and rescue a famous author, who has been kidnapped. Along the way there are hidden clues, lost civilizations, danger, romance, humour, a volcanic eruption, a good deal of seaweed tea, and a more than one surprising plot twist, not to mention saving the world. It all begins, when a tall bearded gentleman enters 221-B Baker Street and says, "Hello, my name is Captain Nemo, of the submersible vessel the Nautilus, I would like to engage your services in locating a missing person. His name is Jules Verne.
ArKan: As Sherlock and Watson return from the famous Hound of the Baskervilles case, Mrs Hudson and Mary must face their own Hound, in the swirling fog of Victorian London . . . When Mrs Hudson falls ill, she is taken into a private ward at St Barts hospital. Perhaps it is her over-active imagination, or her penchant for sniffing out secrets, but as she lies in her bed, slowly recovering, she finds herself surrounded by patients who all seem to have some skeletons in their closets. A higher number of deaths than usual seem to occur on this ward. On her very first night, Mrs Hudson believes she witnesses a murder. But was it real, or just smoke and mirrors? Mary Watson meanwhile has heard about young boys disappearing across London, and is determined to find them and reunite them with their families. As the women's investigations collide in unexpected ways, a gruesome discovery in Regent's Park leads them on to a new, terrifying case.
ArKan: The skies above London hum with danger. And in the Channel, enemies lie in wait.... Autumn, 1917. London is not the city that Dr. John Watson and Sherlock Holmes once bestrode like giants. Terror has come from the sky, and Londoners are scurrying underground in fear. Then a twin tragedy strikes Watson. An old friend, Staff Nurse Jennings, is on a boat-ambulance torpedoed in the Channel with no survivors. And his concert-going companion, Sir Gilbert Hardy, is kidnapped. Then comes the gruesome ransom demand for Sir Gilbert and four others, which will involve terrible mutilation unless the demands are met. Help comes from an unlikely source when Watson finds himself face-to-face with his old ruthless adversary, the "She Wolf", Miss Pillbody. She makes him a remarkable offer, and so an unlikely partnership is formed - the enemy spy and Sherlock Holmes' faithful companion, a detective duo that will eventually uncover a shocking case of state-sponsored murder and find Watson onboard a German bomber, with a crew intent on setting London ablaze.
ArKan: Behind every detective stands a great woman ...When Sherlock Holmes turns down the case of persecuted Laura Shirley, Mrs Hudson - the landlady of Baker Street - and Mary Watson - the wife of Dr Watson - resolve to take on the investigation themselves. From the kitchen of 221b, the two women begin their inquiries and enlist the assistance of the Baker Street Irregulars and the infamous Irene Adler. A trail of clues leads them to the darkest corners of Whitechapel, where the fearsome Ripper supposedly still stalks. They soon discover Laura Shirley is not the only woman at risk - the lives of many others are in danger too. As Mrs Hudson and Mary Watson put together the pieces of an increasingly complex puzzle, the investigation becomes bigger than either of them could ever have imagined. Can they solve the case or are they just pawns in a much larger game? It is time for Mrs Hudson and Mary Watson to emerge from the shadows and stand in the spotlight ...
ArKan: Sherlock Holmes, along with Doctor John Watson and, his friend and one time orderly, Bowler are working on a case involving two chemistry students from Belgrade. However, investigations have to be put on hold as the trio are to attend the Regimental Fete in Colchester. There is much discussion about Watson's latest amour, Mrs Daisy Lynch, a widow, and sister of Right Honourable, Major Nicholas Stomark MP. Stomark, also known as Scamper, turned tail from the conflict in Afghanistan when everyone else was attacking, although he doesn't seem to remember it like that. Due to Princess Charlotte's attendance at the Regimental Fete, a special display is called for, the re-enactment of the denouement of Maiwand in Helmand. Dressed in costume, Watson and Bowler are roped in, together with the enthusiastic Scamper and Helena Lynch, Daisy's sister-in-law. Helena is well known for her exploits and drug use, and being part of the Stomark circle. During the re-enactment a fatal accident occurs. But was it really an accident? So follows another case for Sherlock and Watson. But, things are not as easy to resolve as at first thought. Is there a murderer on the loose? And can the pair catch him in time...?
ArKan: When Sherlock Holmes acquires the fabled 'Dracula Papers', the stage is set for the greatest battle of wits since Reichenbach. Why did five men really pursue an innocent Transylvanian nobleman to the ends of the earth? Who was really behind the murders that would have every man in England whispering 'vampire' for years to come? The detective would have the truth, though he must overcome the genius of Abraham Van Helsing to get it.
kalash: http://mzwgsytvon2gcltjom.dresk.ru/b/467268/read А на русском есть эта повесть знаменитого фантаста Фармера?
ArKan: Какая повесть? "Приключения пэра без пэрства" будет издана в малотиражке.
ArKan: Внезапный Гитлер Spring 1937. While German Chancellor Adolf Hitler ceaselessly talks of peace, his actions seem deliberately calculated to make the Western allies lose patience. The schizophrenic geopolitical atmosphere even can be felt as far away as Fulworth, England, the home of the retired Sherlock Holmes, where the Steiners, a German migrant couple, have recently found a refuge and have assumed care of the detective's household after the passing of Mrs Hudson. Spying and detective work are far from the thoughts of beekeeping enthusiast Holmes,but the suicide of his protégé – a local youth whose natural talent the detective developed and encouraged for ten years – is a heavy blow. The death without apparent motive has now pulled Holmes back into the world, which has changed dramatically. Steam power has given way to electricity, carriages have been replaced by automobiles, and the skies are dotted with giant airships. The only thing that has remained constant is evil, in the shape of an enemy with whom Holmes first tangled more than forty years ago…
ArKan: A Covent Garden ballet dancer killed on stage. A gallery full of murdered patrons before a painting of the Undying Man. A Russian prodigy. So begins another case for Sherlock Holmes and his loyal chronicler Dr. John Watson, one that will take them from the darkest stews of London to the glamour of Mayfair, and which may reveal the dark shadow that dark deeds can cast…
ArKan: Moonstone is proud to present this original anthology featuring never before seen tales of the world's first consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes, as he teams up with other adventurers and investigators! Authors: Pat Barletta, David Stuart Davies, Nancy Holder, Bradley H. Sinor, Julie Barret, David Gerrold, Jean Rabe, Greg Gick, Matthew V. Clemens, Martin Gately, and Bill Crider. featuring: Gertrude Bell, renowned adventurer, archeologist, and spy! ("The Moonstone") Wilkie Collin's Sergeant Cuff! ("The Scarlet Pimpernel") Baroness Orczy's Lady Molly of Scotland Yard! Mark Twain! Oscar Wilde! Catherine Louisa Pirkis' Loveday Brooke, Lady Detective! Actors Malcolm Scott and Matilda Alice Powles. Arthur B. Reeve's Craig Kennedy, science detective! Alexandre Lacassagne, French physician and criminologist Edmund Locard, pioneer of forensic science ("The Phantom of the Opera")Gaston Leroux's Joseph Rouletabille , French spy and investigative journalist
ArKan: The ghost of a poor Afghan returns to haunt the doctor who once amputated his hand. A mysterious and malignant force inhabits a room in an ancestral home and attacks all who sleep in it. A man who desecrates an Indian temple is transformed into a ravening beast. A castle in the Tyrol is the setting for an aristocratic murderer’s apparent resurrection. In the stories in this collection compiled by Nick Rennison, horrors from beyond the grave and other dimensions visit the everyday world and demand to be investigated. The Sherlocks of the supernatural - from William Hope Hodgson’s 'Thomas Carnacki, the Ghost Finder', to Alice and Claude Askew’s 'Aylmer Vance' - are those courageous souls who risk their lives and their sanity to pursue the truth about ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night. The period between 1890 and 1930 was a Golden Age for the occult detective. Famous authors like Kipling and Conan Doyle wrote stories about them, as did less familiar writers such as the occultist and magician Dion Fortune and Henry S. Whitehead, a friend of H. P. Lovecraft and fellow-contributor to the pulp magazines of the period. Nick Rennison, editor of The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes and The Rivals of Dracula, has chosen fifteen tales from that era to raise the hair and chill the spines of modern readers.
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