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" It's a pleasure and a privilege to welcome such an exciting and important website. "

With my admiration and my very best wishes,


Mr. Roger Johnson, The Sherlock Holmes Society of London
Press and Publicity Officer and Hon Editor

Date: 20/09/2013

on the District Messenger:

" The splendid Hungarian website run (in English) by Zsófia Marincsák, Edina Jászberényi and Adrienn Fray. "

" The admirable website of the Hungarian Sherlock Holmes Club continues to develop and to delight. "

Roger Johnson
Number 335 of The District Messenger
- Date: 24/08/2013
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on The Sherlock Holmes Society Journal:

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The Sherlock Holmes Journal, Vol. 31. No. 3. (Winter 2013)

" The Hungarian Sherlock Holmes Club has an excellent website (in English) at "

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" Clearly the legacy of Sherlock Holmes in Hungary is safe in your hands. "

Date: 21/05/2014

Roger Johnson
The Sherlock Holmes Society Journal
- Date: 10/04/2014

" Sherlockian-Sherlock is a relatively new Sherlockian website started earlier this year by three intrepid Hungarians (though the site is in English). I stumbled on it while perusing Chris Redmond's recent updates to the 'Online Resources' section of Initially drawn to the intriguing cadence of “Sherlockian Sherlock Dot Com” after further exploration it is quite the promising web destination for Holmes and ACD enthusiasts. The website's editors/creators - make no mistake, Sherlockian Sherlock is an actual website and not a blog or a Web 2.0-inspired creation - have a particular fascination with Sherlock Holmes art, the dispelling of common misbeliefs related to Holmes, actors who have donned the deerstalker and the science behind the Great Detective. I encourage you to add Sherlockian-Sherlock to your bookmarks posthaste. "

Matt Laffey (Webmaster) - Date: 27/10/2013

" Sherlockian Sherlock - everyone’s favorite Hungarian Holmes website - not only keeps the memory of the Great Detective green, but is also concerned with keeping said memory true and accurate. In “Common misbeliefs about Sherlock Holmes” the authors tackle 24 widespread misbeliefs and misconceptions about Sherlock Holmes. Misconceptions dispelled range from serious accusations such as ‘Holmes was racist’ or ‘Holmes used drugs all the time’ to the slightly more mundane like ‘Holmes was a handsome man’ or ‘Holmes was untidy’. Slightly more controversial topics tackled include Holmes’ religious beliefs and Holmes’ sexual orientation; though many are classic Sherlockian topics such as Holmes’ ontological status, the origins of “Elementary, my dear Watson” and whether or not Holmes had Asperger’s Syndrome. Perhaps the most timely issue addressed is whether adaptations which depict Holmes in a contemporary setting damage or detract from the essence of Sherlock Holmes. Whether you agree or disagree with the various points, you’ll certainly appreciate the sincerity and seriousness in which these Hungarian Sherlockians defend their beliefs. "

Matt Laffey (Webmaster) - Date: 12/01/2014


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" A most impressive and interesting web site. "

" I must say, the more I peruse your web site, the more impressed I am. It is a remarkable work second to none we have seen. Thank you, too, for making it available in English for those of us who are “Language challenged.” There is an old joke that goes: If a person speaks three languages, he is trilingual; if a person speaks two languages, they are bilingual; if a person speaks only one language, he is an American. "

Joel Senter (Webmaster) - Date: 04/12/2013

on the Website:

" These are the first Hungarian Sherlockians whom it has been our pleasure to know! We do hope you will visit their web site, which was, in their words, created, "since our Hungarian Holmes site intrigued people who do not speak the language, it encouraged us to have an English version." It is a most impressive work of the webmaster's art. We do invite, indeed, encourage, you to take a look at their site (CLICK HERE) and to GO HERE to meet the talented people who have published these remarkable documents, and Zsófia has become our first Hungarian E-Times subscriber! "

Joel Senter (Webmaster) - Date: 09/12/2013


" We just wanted to tell you that we have added a link to your website on our Links page. Obviously you have put a lot of work into your website and you should be very proud of it. Hopefully, our members and visitors will become regular visitors to your website! "

Ernest Giarelli (Webmaster) - Date: 20/11/2013


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" Congratulations on your new and imaginative website. "

on the Website:

" This is a relatively new website from Hungary, packed with enthusiasm and interesting articles. The principals behind the site are: Zsófia Marincsák (who handles the language hurdles with English-speaking Sherlockians), Edina Jászberényi (one of the site article writers and editors), and Adrienn Fray (webmaster). Congratulations on a supurbe Sherlock Holmes website! "

Jim Hawkins (Webmaster) - Date: 24/08/2013


" The website does look very interesting. "

Mark Windebank ( Webmaster) - Date: 23/03/2014


" I check and browse your new website. And appreciate it a lot. It is an amazing amount of good work done. Professional. Unifying editing etc. So I appreciate your attitude and high professionality. "

Aleš Kolodrubec, president of the Czech Sherlock Holmes Society - Date: 31/07/2013


" The video section is really great, check out the Dartmoor one, it includes Philip Weller and me, plus others. The other videos are also of great interest, recommend. All the best. Brian. "

Brain W. Pugh (Author of Arthur Conan Doyle & Sherlock Holmes) - Date: 25/11/2013

DICK GILLMAN, author of Sherlock Holmes books:

" I had been looking for any Sherlockians in Europe and stumbled upon your website. It really maintains the feel of the time, excellent! "

Date: 03/11/2013

LINDA PRITCHARD, author of Sherlock Holmes books:

" I am very impressed. Thank you for a job well done and very quick too. Keep up the good work with your website. "

Date: 21/11/2014

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JACQUELYN APPLEGATE, writer - Selena Jones books

" I enjoy the variety on that is on your page. "

Jacquelyn Applegate, writer - Date: 12/02/2014


" As a big fan of the great detective, I found the site very interesting. I have been browsing and reading articles on it for almost two hours now, and still counting! :D

Keep up the good work! "

Nurahmat Agustianto (Webmaster) - Date: 14/01/2014

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