'The Dragon Tattoo' is a rattling good yarn. Anyone writing a new Sherlock Holmes tale needs sharp wits and a keen sense of drama, and Tim Pigott-Smith has those in abundance. I look forward to further adventures of the Baker Street Irregulars from this skilful storyteller. ( Philip Pullman)
'A pacy, compelling thriller with a strong plot and believable characters ... Really evocative of the streets of Victorian London, this is a series that is likely to run and run.' ( Lovereading 4 kids)
'This is an exciting page-turner of a story with fantastic characters.' ( Families)
'exciting, full of danger and adventure' ( School Librarian)
'gripping' ( Books for Keeps)
'breathlessly exciting adventures' ( Sherlock Holmes Society Magazine)
Very exciting... loved every part of it. ( whatsgoodtodo.com)
Tim graduated in Drama from the University of Bristol, in 1967. He now holds the position of Special Lecturer in the Department of Drama.
He has played leading roles with both the Royal Shakespeare Company, and the Royal National Theatre. His most recent stage appearance was as Henry Higgins, in the Peter Hall production of Pygmalion.
Tim made his Broadway debut in 1974 as Dr Watson in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production 'Sherlock Holmes'.
He is well known for his character roles on TV, and his award-winning performance as Ronald Merrick in The Jewel in the Crown brought him international recognition. Tim has filmed all over the world, and has now achieved an ambition to appear in a James Bond film, Quantum of Solace, as the
Tim is a regular broadcaster, with many audiobooks to his credit.
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Description du livre Hodder Children's Books, 2008. Paperback. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire DADAX0340957034
Description du livre Hodder Children's Books, 2008. Paperback. État : New. book. N° de réf. du libraire 0340957034