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BookPleasures.com -Since Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s death in 1930, many a hand has taken a turn at re-imagining his most famous creation on radio, film, television, and in literature. Sherlock Holmes has battled Nazis, been thawed out in a cryogenics chamber, and updated to the 21st Century. It’s nothing new for a film or book to focus on Holmes addiction to the “seven percent solution” or have him track down the mysterious Jack the Ripper.
But few of these projects are as disturbing