The BBC's "Sherlock" television series is my favorite on-screen version of the detective, and it's great to have a book like this which celebrates the show. "Sherlock: Chronicles" from author Steve Tribe and publisher Dey Street Books takes an in-depth look into the first three seasons of the series. It has just about everything you'd want in a book like this - including profiles of the cast/characters and information about the show itself as well as the production.
"Downton Abbey - A Celebration" is going to be a must-own for fans of the series. The book celebrates the show through exploration of story, character, and setting. The book essentially jumps from location to location, with relevant character profiles spread throughout. For example, the pages about The Kitchen are accompanied by the profiles of Daisy and Mrs. Patmore; while after the pages on the Dower House you would of course find the profile of Violet. I really like how the content was assembled - it's an unconventional layout but one that is very intuitive.
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