Magnifying The Mary Morstan Mysteries

Magnifying The Mary Morstan Mysteries : Series One Companion Guide

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The Mary Morstan Mysteries is a spin off from the web drama comedy series "No Place Like Holmes". It follows the tales of the rarely mentioned fiance and later wife of Dr Watson - Miss Mary Morstan. She first found herself embroiled in the world of deduction and mysteries of "The Sign Of Four" but what if it did not stop there... "Magnifying The Mary Morstan Mysteries" acts as a companion guide for the entire first series of the show. The scripts in full for the first 3 episodes by Ross K Foad are all here, with lead actress Lexi Wolfe introducing each one along the way with her thoughts, observations and memories from filming along the way. The book also includes the script for the short "The Great Debate Four Sketch" as well as a sneak preview of an episode from the upcoming 2nd series. So what are you waiting for? Grab your magnifying glass and prepare to learn more about this quirky and clever web drama comedy series based upon the original characters by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
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About Lexi Wolfe

Lexi Wolfe Born in Sheffield, England, Lexi Wolfe was brought up between there and Pakistan, and started writing about vampires while still at university. Starting ambitiously for a career in acting, she wrote between jobs and classes to unwind, deciding to finally finish Better Off Dead, her story about a vampire writer, in early 2013. Lexi lives between London and Sheffield. Ross.K Foad is a writer/director/actor and youtube partner responsible for the foundation and running of Sherlock Holmes media entity group No Place Like Holmes Born and raised in Kingston Upon Thames Surrey Ross got off to an early start and was first published as a comic book script writer aged 13 with his own comic book series in regional newspaper 'The Surrey Comet' which ran for 5 years. He later advanced to become a stand up sketch comedian on the London Circuit as one half of 'Chrosstopher' as well as going on to write for other comic books, health publications, short films, web shows and of course creating No Place Like Holmes.
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