Series Index

Kaplowitz Media. Mini-Series Index

A linked index of mini-series that are either wrapped or ongoing. Below you'll find a brief overview of each. Headers and sometimes post titles are links...


(ongoing) A series wherein I share my thoughts on each of these GK Chesterton short stories. Although 'complete' is an overstatement. This tome (The Complete Father Brown Mysteries (Carousel Books, 2021) which I snagged from my church library has all the works included in The Innocence of Father Brown (1911) and The Wisdom of Father Brown (1914). From The Blue Cross to The Fairy Tale of Father Brown. If you like Sherlock Holmes, well, Father Brown is quite different. 


(completed) As to this book, in 2002 Sports Illustrated named it their number one sports book of all time. The Sweet Science is pulled from his New Yorker writings and was first published as a collection in 1956 by The Viking Press. As such it features legendary names the likes of Rocky Marciano, Joe Louis, and Sugar Ray Robinson.

THE ADVENTURES OF SHERLOCK HOLMES

(completed) I review and rate each story within the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes collection by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I do-so individually and then in their altogether, rank them amongst themselves. What a hoot! What hubris!

THE PARTAGAS (ANEJO) PROJECT

(completed) One blend in one vitola. Ten separate reviews of ten separate offerings, each written in a different style. Join me as I examine the ever-lovin' heck out of the Partagas Anejo, and maybe learn a bit about something along the way. What something? Dunno!

THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES 

(completed) My chapter-by-chapter look-see at HOUN, the Sherlock Holmes novel that got me hooked when I was a kid. It's a mystery, an adventure, a Victorian creeper, and really it's quite different from the rest of the canon--still, a great place to start or to revisit.

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LOOKING AT SIDNEY PAGET SHERLOCK HOLMES ILLUSTRATIONS

(ongoing) Wherein I take a look at a Paget Holmesian illustration and share some of my thoughts as to it, and the story it belongs to.




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