May 15 - June 30, 2021
“’Well Huree, this gentleman on whom you unwisely inflicted your irrepressible curiosity is none other than the world’s greatest detective, Mr. Sherlock Holmes.’
At that moment a blood-curdling scream burst through the corridors of the Taj Mahal Hotel.”
In 1893, the British public was horrified to learn that Sherlock Holmes had perished in a deadly struggle with the arch-criminal, Professor Moriarty, at Reichenbach Falls. It wouldn’t be until 1903 that Sherlock returned to England to reveal that his death had been staged. This sweeping trek through the majestic vistas of India and Tibet give us a look at what may have been those missing years of the great detective’s life, with more than enough danger and mystery to keep any Baker Street Irregular happily on edge.
Why We Chose This Story: This homage to Sherlock is written with great love by one of Tibet’s most intelligent and prolific activists and authors, and since it’s publishing in 1999, has garnered success in every language into which it’s been translated. It is a ripping yarn, just the ticket to close out our season of adventure and excitement!
“Norbu’s literary sleight-of-hand constitutes a master-stroke.” –The Times of India
“The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes is a witty, fast-paced piece of entertainment of which Arthur Conan Doyle might have been proud.” –The Times Literary Supplement
The audioplay is performed through arrangement with Jamyang Norbu. All rights reserved.