Speaking of my old friend and biographer, I would take this opportunity to remark….Watson has some remarkable characteristics of his own, to which in his modesty he has given small attention…
Today we add to our series of brief biographic interviews with some of the members of JHWS. Our members, like the good Dr. Watson, have some remarkable characteristics of their own, and we would like to give some small attention to them.
Today we travel to England for a quick chat with Watsonian author Molly Carr. Detailed information about Molly’s books can be found at mxpublishing.co.uk.
- Name/with bull pup moniker—
- Current (city,state, country) location—
- How long have you been a devotee of Dr. Watson?
Since my first book “The Sign of Fear” was published in 2010. “In Search of Dr Watson” was published later.
- Do you have a favorite canonical story?
The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet
- What is your favorite quote from the canon?
“London has become a singularly uninteresting city since the death of the late lamented Professor Moriarty.”
- If you could speak directly to anyone in the canon, who would you choose and why?
Mrs Hudson. It would be interesting to know what she really thinks of her famous lodgers!
- Are you fond of any particular canon adaptations—pastiche, radio film?
The film adaptations with Nigel Bruce as Watson
- Do you have a local Watsonian/Sherlockian/Holmesian group you meet with on a regular basis?
The Deerstalkers of Welshpool. “The only Sherlock Holmes Society in Wales.”
- Do you have any recent Watsonian/Sherlockian/Holmesian projects/events you would like to tell us about?
No events, but working on articles for various magazines, e.g “The Watsonian” etc.
- If you could change one thing in the greater Watsonian/Sherlockian/Holmesian world, what would it be?