A Three Pipe Problem

A Three Pipe Problem Small time actor Sheridan Haynes had a rather unhealthy preoccupation with Sherlock Holmes So when the chance came for him to play the famous detective in a TV series it seemed his dreams had come

  • Title: A Three Pipe Problem
  • Author: Julian Symons
  • ISBN: 9780002313780
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Small time actor, Sheridan Haynes, had a rather unhealthy preoccupation with Sherlock Holmes So when the chance came for him to play the famous detective in a TV series, it seemed his dreams had come true And when London was plagued by a series of unsolved murders, well it seemed only natural for him to take his role into real life Was this a case of a laughable and misSmall time actor, Sheridan Haynes, had a rather unhealthy preoccupation with Sherlock Holmes So when the chance came for him to play the famous detective in a TV series, it seemed his dreams had come true And when London was plagued by a series of unsolved murders, well it seemed only natural for him to take his role into real life Was this a case of a laughable and misguided actor, or was Sheridan actually on to something

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    1. It was okay - the first half was too long, the second half was too short. Plus I totally guessed the culprit early in the piece so was almost disappointed when proved right. If you like Sherlock Holmes, A Three-Pipe Problem is a nice, gentle read. It won't captivate you but it's better than watching paint dry. Make your choice.

    2. From the Back of the Book: Sher's Last Case! Sheridan Haynes, that is. You've no doubt seen him on television, portraying the immortal Sherlock Holmes in the famous TV series. But now Sheridan Haynes--actor and dedicated Holmes buff--has a new mission: to beat Scotland Yard at solving the baffling Karate Killings, in which three men have been murdered, each with a single chop to the neck.Against the elaborate modern technology of the Yard, Sheridan Haynes has his own wits, his intimate knowledge [...]

    3. Nothing special. It’s a fairly short read, so I suppose it’s fine for a rainy day – that’s assuming you can get through all the racism, sexism, and anti-modernism without bursting a blood vessel. Someone really needs to inform Mr. Sheridan Haynes (the main character) that the Victorian era was only wholesome and lovely if you were rich and male.As far as the plot itself goes, there’s not much to it. About 95% of the novel is an introduction to the character of Sheridan Haynes, a jerk w [...]

    4. Actor Sheridan Haynes is really Sherlock Holmes. Well, not really. But he does play him in a British television program. He has a bit of an obsession about the detective. They share the same initials. He even has a flat on Baker Street. If only life were as simple as it is in the books.In real life, his Watson is an open homosexual, which bothers the intensely private Haynes. His wife is sleeping with the producer. They've rewritten his scripts to include a hint of romance. Traffic is horrible. [...]

    5. Sheridan Haynes, a televison series Sherlock Holmes, develops into the real person as he investigates a murder.Blundering at times, comical too, and with lots of professional jealousy from other members of the cast and a wife who thinks about leaving him, he eventually tracks down the killer and in a tense climax reveals all, much to his own delight and the delight of many newspaper reporters.

    6. *read: the last chapter, I feel like that is cheating, especially where it's a crime/detective novel but I was reading it aloud over the phone because the owner left it at my house and needed to find out the answer. I loved it because of this.

    7. not a bad read . The main character annoyed me a bit and that put me off somewhat but good narrative pace and complex characters made it interesting

    8. I had this highly original detective story on my shelf for thirty years before finally getting around to reading it. An actor who plays Sherlock Holmes solves a real-life mystery.

    9. This parody is almost an insult to Sherlock Holmes. But you want so badly to figure out who done-it you keep reading. The back story of the truly insufferable actor seeking to emulate Holmes is finally explained almost at the end making him an acceptable shadow to Sherlock Holmes.

    10. An interesting idea is turned into a less then satisfying book.An actor, famous for portraying Sherlock Holmes has a bit of a mid-life crisis and gets caught up with the idea of applying Holmes methods to solving a current crime.Symons seems so intent on being clever that almost no character seems like more than a type. Any personality they get just seems to be to make them hard to like or root for.What feels like it should be a cozy romp ends up feeling very cynical, sharp and almost borders on [...]

    11. A THREE-PIPE PROBLEM. (1975). Julian Symons. ****.Although this mystery from Symons gets off to a slow start, it soon picks up speed after it has introduced all of the characters. Sheraton Haynes is an actor, and an avid devotee of Sherlock Holmes. In fact, he would much prefer his England to revert to Victorian times, when there was no traffic and people were more polite/ He has landed a job portraying Sherlock Holmes on a British TV series that is now in its third season. His attention for his [...]

    12. Sherlock Holmes solves the "Karate Killings" case in Julian Symons' "A Three-Pipe Problem". Well, not exactly. Mr. Symons does not bring to life the famous character from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle novels. The Sherlock Holmes who is the protagonist of the story is really Sheridan Haynes, an actor who plays the legendary detective in a popular series on British TV. The "recursive" concept is quite neat - not only do we have a fictional character playing another fictional character, but we also have t [...]

    13. Nice cosy mystery, at first it took a bit to get into, I haven't read a mystery in a long time, but it was a comforting read with a surprising ending, even if you know who the murderer is from about one third in. Intrigue, interesting characters, good pace.

    14. Was interesting enough. Could definitely feel from the beginning of the novel that the karate angle was a bit flimsy and even silly.

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