Recommended by Ana Oliveira

Ana Oliveira
What to say about this fanfic? I believe there is only one word to define it, perfection. The author manages to make us really see the series' characters in each dialogue, there are few series fanfics that achieve this feat, which is to maintain the characters' personality and still make a brilliant and fun story. So if you love Sherlock and Joan, and really want to see them together, Married? No, wait, it will bring that happiness into your life, and with a case worthy of Robert Doherty (executive producer of the series).
"THEN" and "THAN"

"Then" relates to time. "Than" is used for comparison. Ex.: First, we'll have lunch, and then we'll go for a walk. He is more experienced than I am.


"Stationary" means not moving or not changing. "Stationery" refers to writing materials, such as paper, pens, and envelopes. Ex.: The car remained stationary at the traffic light. I need to buy some stationery for the office.

Recommended by I like Chopin

I like Chopin
I write this recommendation with the desire to cry, but with a smile on my lips. Honestly, I don't know how to start. I think all Elementary fans should read ''Love and Die in New York'' because the story is beautiful and the title is perfect. Alana Graham is absolutely right to say that ''a love so strong and true cannot be defeated, not even by death''. Obeisances.