The Long road
10 Apr 2011
Ch1: The facts were these, when Sherlock Holmes was thirty years, four months, twenty-nine days, five hours and thirty-six minutes old, he fell over a waterfall. However, despite his considerable experience in the matter, he found that sometimes death has a grace period.
Ch2: In which there is some explanation as to what happens when the Blackbird sang - no noses removed
Ch3: Some notes
Ch4: In which there are further explanations as to why the denizens of the Pie Hole are in England. Plus adventure. Plus singing.
- Part 1 of The Long road
16 Jan 2012
The circumstances under which Mycroft Holmes came to take an extremely long lunch break were either very simple or very complex.
That lunch lasted twenty years, two months, three days, one hour and one minute. This came to be known in some circles as the Long Lunch.
- Part 2 of The Long road