Setting up a frame and being able to swim in it requires more art and boldness, which is more difficult than reimagining the sky. It's as difficult as dancing with shackles and swimming in a suit. Fortunately, the space is set in Hong Kong, a British colony, a diverse, international, and modernized area. If it is in the secluded mainland of China, the whole feeling will be out of tune. Therefore, detectives and assistants have to learn Cantonese when they come to Hong Kong. And Morris, the Hong Kong writer, with
Hong Kong as the background, takes advantage of the location and does not waste Hong Kong elements. He not only embeds the Sherlock Holmes story into the customs of Hong Kong at the end of the 19th century, but also writes quite a historical novel. Interesting, in addition to trying to restore the time and space background, the most interesting thing is to put real people into the novel. Through the annotations, we know the stories of these people. Just sms services like martial arts novels, the combination of reality and reality adds a lot of interest to reading. Morris wrote this novel with great ingenuity. Name the detective first. Characters in the Qing Dynasty could not be called Sherlock
Holmes, and they had to deduct the four characters of the translated name. then what should we do? He actually thought that the detective's last name was Fu, his last name was Er, and his word was Moss. Near and Er homophonic. Although the word "near" is not often used, it is not unfamiliar. It is the "near" in the idiom "When you climb high, you must humble yourself. And "Fu" really has this surname. Although it is extremely rare, it ranks 504th in the "Continuation of the Hundred Family Surnames", and is the last surname of the Hundred Family Surnames.