Oxford Desk Reference Clinical Genetics, by Jane A. Hurst; Oxford University Press, 2005.
Not a Chimp: The hunt to find the genes that make us human, by Jeremy Taylor; Oxford University Press, 2009.
Ten Most Wanted: Britain’s Top Undercover Cop Reivestigates Ten of the UK’s Worse Unsolved Murders, by Peter Bleksley; John Blake, 2005.
Partially identified books include a volume from Encyclopedia Britannica, a book on english idioms, and another on crime.
Sherlock, “The Blind Banker.”

Oxford Desk Reference Clinical Genetics, by Jane A. Hurst; Oxford University Press, 2005.

Not a Chimp: The hunt to find the genes that make us human, by Jeremy Taylor; Oxford University Press, 2009.

Ten Most Wanted: Britain’s Top Undercover Cop Reivestigates Ten of the UK’s Worse Unsolved Murders, by Peter Bleksley; John Blake, 2005.

Partially identified books include a volume from Encyclopedia Britannica, a book on english idioms, and another on crime.

Sherlock, “The Blind Banker.”

Sherlock obtains the 4th victim’s pink suitcase in “A Study in Pink” and opens it. Inside is a book titled Come to Bed Eyes by Paul Bunch. This book may be fake or a customized prop.
The chance that it might simply be an obscure title from a small indie publisher is remote, since the book itself says it is part of a series that has earned critical acclaim.  
The camera steadies itself long enough to make this paragraph on the back cover mostly legible:


This is Paul’s (6th?) (romantic?) novel in the successful “Come To” series for which he has (???) critical acclaim. He lives and works in a small cottage off the Maine Coast, which he shares with his partner (George?) and his two lovable dogs (???) & (?????).


Bookshelf Cinema can find no evidence that this book or the author exists. 

Sherlock obtains the 4th victim’s pink suitcase in “A Study in Pink” and opens it. Inside is a book titled Come to Bed Eyes by Paul Bunch. This book may be fake or a customized prop.

The chance that it might simply be an obscure title from a small indie publisher is remote, since the book itself says it is part of a series that has earned critical acclaim.  

The camera steadies itself long enough to make this paragraph on the back cover mostly legible:

This is Paul’s (6th?) (romantic?) novel in the successful “Come To” series for which he has (???) critical acclaim. He lives and works in a small cottage off the Maine Coast, which he shares with his partner (George?) and his two lovable dogs (???) & (?????).

Bookshelf Cinema can find no evidence that this book or the author exists. 

There are a ton of cigar boxes on the bookshelves at 221b in Sherlock, as shown in this screenshot from “A Study in Pink.” Curious, though, since Sherlock admits in the same episode that he doesn’t even smoke and instead uses nicotine patches. There must be something in those boxes.
And, yes, upon spotting a box of Montecristo, we compared it to known literature just in case.
Also, in the far upper left you can see this book:
The American Horticultural Society A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, by Christopher Brickell; DK Adult, 1997.

There are a ton of cigar boxes on the bookshelves at 221b in Sherlock, as shown in this screenshot from “A Study in Pink.” Curious, though, since Sherlock admits in the same episode that he doesn’t even smoke and instead uses nicotine patches. There must be something in those boxes.

And, yes, upon spotting a box of Montecristo, we compared it to known literature just in case.

Also, in the far upper left you can see this book:

The American Horticultural Society A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, by Christopher Brickell; DK Adult, 1997.

When Watson sits down in the chair near the fireplace in Sherlock's first episode, “A Study in Pink,” we get our first good look at the bookshelves in 221b, which include: 

Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis, by Michael Ward; Oxford University Press, 2008.

Sleepers, by Lorenzo Carcaterra; Ballantine Books, 1996.

And partially identified books about sociology, music, and one titled Enemy Territory.

Sherlock is coming back. Let’s go back through the series and see what we can find.

When Sherlock unpacks his things at 221b at the beginning of “A Study in Pink” there is a copy of Eagle, a magazine from the 1980s that competed with Soldier of Fortune. The particular issue in Sherlock’s possession is unknown. He appears to have a stack of them. The magazine’s byline has occasionally read “Adventure • Survival • Truth” and “For the American Fighting Man.”

Well! We’re off to quite a start, aren’t we?