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216. Bending the Gender of Sherlock Holmes: An Interview with Sherry Thomas

Bestselling author Sherry Thomas talks with Sarah about her new historical mystery series, featuring a gender-bent Sherlock Holmes, and her keynote address at RWA in 2016. They also discuss languages, learning English by reading romance, and writing in several genres. And of course, what Sherry’s reading and recommending lately – plus learning a word that will be tremendously useful for everyone.
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