Episode 7: November 16th, 2016

img_3073There’s a mystery afoot, or a-paw you could say, in this episode featuring the Sherlock Holmes story “The Hounds of Baskerville” by Arthur Conan Doyle and Wishbone’s “The Slobbery Hound” – featuring guest Gabe Carter!

About Our Guest

Gabe Carter works as a graphic designer and multimedia coordinator in Baltimore Maryland. His passion for design, photography and videography has lead him to work for the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. He works designing material to support and bring awareness to the young adult cancer community.  Hobbies include eating pancakes, visiting apartmenttherapy.com (for hours..like an extended visit, like he’s moving in), playing video games (top games as of now are Destiny and Smite for the Xbox One), and hanging with friends.

The Hound of the Baskervilles

Book Cover of The Hound of the Baskervilles, by Arthur Conan Doyle

Erin

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is a master of mystery novels and Sherlock Holmes is such a wonderfully iconic character it’s hard to compare these books to other mysteries out there. The series will be visited again in another Wishbone episode, but feel free to check out other Sherlock Holmes books in the meantime. Otherwise, I personally loved the Nancy Drew series as a fun and not graphic mystery series. Nancy solves many different cases, so there are a number of choices for people new to the series to choose from. She uses ingenuity and creativity to get through many different situations and these novels are interesting to sit down with.

To switch gears, I also highly recommend Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries TV series! It is a show set in the 1920s with a lead female detective, Miss Fisher, whose character is inspired by Sherlock Holmes. There are gorgeous costumes, fun characters, and plots that keep you entertained. There are murders and mysteries all set in such an interesting time period. Please watch if it appeals to you and enjoy!

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