The stage lost a fine actor, even as science lost an acute reasoner, when he became a specialist in crime.
January, 1881: a despondent army doctor is offered a ticket to a Shakespeare play, and is instantly captivated by the fellow playing the Danish prince himself. Then there is a murder. Then they fall in love.
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23 Apr 2021
It's Christmas Eve, the busiest day for shopping at Harrod's, and there's a guy in aisle ten who's snapping at every sales associate who dares to approach him. It's up to Moira to help him find the perfect present.
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01 Jan 2021
Newly single, John finds himself alone on New Year's Eve. Surrounded by merry-making strangers, he can't help but wish he'd stayed home.
Meeting a stranger on a balcony changes his mind.
06 Jan 2021
Sherlock's first birthday after his return from the dead.
20 Jan 2021
“Watson, I think it best if you seek alternative accommodation. Not immediately if you would rather not, it has been a tiresome day, but tomorrow will suffice.”
Watson is forced to leave Baker Street in the early spring of 1882. Holmes gives no explanation for this sudden request but inadvertently shatters the heart of his dearest friend.