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  1. Public Bookmark *

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    13 Aug 2014

  2. Public Bookmark 18

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    Sherlock is in pain. Billy Kinkaid, the Camden garroter and best man Sherlock knows, diagnoses it. Ademar Silver, a male prostitute in south London, attempts to treat it. Lestrade, a kindly Detective Inspector of New Scotland Yard, doesn’t notice it. Eventually, John Watson, healer and registered medical doctor, cures it.

    And a beautician called Penny paints Sherlock’s toenails.

    Language:
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    3 Aug 2014

  3. Public Bookmark 5

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    Sometimes, the biggest lies - the most important lies - are the ones we tell those closest to us.

    Five years after moving abroad, Sherlock and Victor return to England for Christmas.

    Series
    Language:
    English
    Words:
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    Chapters:
    3/3
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    8 May 2014

  4. Rec 21

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    2 Feb 2014

    Bookmarker's Notes

    Subtle, portic and real

  5. Rec 1

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    It's the night of Sherlock's return. John seems to be having a bit of trouble accepting the idea that the detective is actually back, but Sherlock doesn't realise how much - until John takes it into his head to spend the night in Sherlock's room. Not slash, only deep and slightly awkward friendship. Post-Reichenbach.

    Language:
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    20 Jan 2013

    Bookmarker's Notes

    The initial calm after the storm - utterly platonic and utterly heartfelt.

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