If you like Sherlock, you’ll love Ellie Marney’s Every Breath!

Sherlock gifs + Wattscroft = everything. Sometimes I get to do fun things at work.

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Hi everyone!

Sam the intern here. I took over the blog again so that I could talk to you about two of my current obsessions: BBC’s Sherlock and Ellie Marney’s Every series. Conveniently enough, they complement each other perfectly.

For those of you who haven’t heard of Sherlock, it’s a modern retelling of some of Holmes’ famous cases, set in contemporary London. It stars:

    • Benedict Cumberbatch as the famous detective;

      • Martin Freeman (aka Bilbo Baggins from The Hobbit!) as the faithful Dr. John Watson;

        • Mark Gatiss as Mycroft Holmes, Sherlock’s older brother;

          • Una Stubbs as Mrs. Hudson, the landlady;

            • and an excellent Andrew Scott as Sherlock’s arch-nemesis, Moriarty.

            If you haven’t already watched it, I highly recommend you give it a chance.

            Meanwhile, if you’re looking for a Sherlock Holmes-esque book, then look no further than Every Breath, the first book in Ellie Marney’s Every series.

            Every BreathWhen James Mycroft drags Rachel Watts…

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            6 thoughts on “If you like Sherlock, you’ll love Ellie Marney’s Every Breath!

            1. YES!!!! These Sherlock gifs are fabulous. Except I would have picked a “not your housekeeper” for Mrs. Hudson. And where is Lestrade? He needs a “not my division.” :) I’ll have to look into this book series for sure if a BBC Sherlock fan loves it.

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