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July 17, marks the release date of Mr. Holmes , a new Sherlock Holmes film starring Sir Ian McKellen. Because we, like the rest of the pop culture universe (not to mention the legions of fans of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock ), can’t get enough of the iconic detective, EW presents an exclusive extract from Bonnie MacBird’s forthcoming Sherlock... Art in The Blood by Bonnie MacBird. During the Olympic summer of 2012, while researching some Victorian medical information at the Wellcome Library, I chanced upon a discovery so astounding that it completely altered my course. Untying the largest, a treatise on the usage of cocaine, I discovered a thick sheaf of folded and yellowed papers had been tied to the back. I opened the pages carefully and spread them before me. The handwriting was strangely familiar. Was I seeing clearly. I turned back the cover of the book. on the title page, in faded ink, was inscribed the original owner’s name: Dr. John H. Watson. And there, on these crumbling sheets of paper, was an unpublished, full-length adventure written by this same Dr. Watson – featuring his friend, Sherlock Holmes. I can only surmise that it is because the story, longer and perhaps more detailed than most, reveals a certain vulnerability in his friend’s character which might have endangered Holmes by its publication during their active years. Or perhaps Holmes, upon reading it, simply forbade its publication. A third possibility, of course, is that Dr. Watson absentmindedly folded up his manuscript and, for unknown reasons, tied it to the back of this book. He then either lost or forgot about it. And so I share this tale with you, but with the following caveat. Over time, perhaps from moisture and fading, a number of passages have become unreadable, and I have endeavoured to reconstruct what seemed to be missing from them. If there are any mistakes of style or historical inaccuracies, please ascribe these to my inability to fill in places where the writing had become indecipherable. I hope you share my enthusiasm. As Nicholas Meyer, discoverer of The Seven-Per-Cent Solution , The West End Horror , and The Canary Trainer said recently for himself, and all fellow lovers of Conan Doyle — ‘We can never get enough. Perhaps there are more stories yet to be found. Meanwhile, sit down by the fire now, and draw near for just one more. “I’ve got a great ambition to die of exhaustion rather than boredom. I have been loath to write in detail about Holmes’s artistic nature, lest it reveal a vulnerability in him that could place him in danger. It is well known that in exchange for visionary powers, artists often suffer with extreme sensitivity and violent changeability of temperament. A philosophical crisis, or simply the boredom of inactivity, could send Holmes spinning into a paralysed gloom from which I could not retrieve him. It was in such a state that I discovered my friend in late November of 1888. London was blanketed with snow, the city still reeling from the extended horror of the Ripper murders. But at that moment, violent crime was not my concern. Married earlier that year to Mary Morstan, I was ensconced in a nest of comfortable domesticity, living at some distance from the rooms I had formerly shared with Holmes in Baker Street. One late afternoon found me reading contentedly by the fire when a note arrived by breathless messenger. Opening it, I read: ‘Dr. Watson — he has set 221B on fire. In seconds I was hurtling through the streets in a cab towards Baker Street. As we tore around a corner, I could feel the wheels slipping in the mounding snow, and the cab lurched dangerously. ‘Faster, man. We skidded into Baker Street and I saw the fire wagon and several men leaving our building. I leaped from the cab and ran to the door. ‘The fire,’ I cried. The landlady is fine. The gentleman, I ain’t so sure. The fire captain pushed him aside and took his place. ‘Do you know the man who lives here. ’ he asked. ‘Yes, quite well. I am his friend. ’ The captain eyed me curiously. ‘Then get in there and see to the. Source: www.ew.com
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