- Saints and Symbols: Artistic Attributes of the Blessed
- Wright investigates our Catholic heritage
- The Sherlock Holmes Cook book
- Enter the Lion: a Posthumous Memoir of Mycroft Holmes
- Intriguing History of Papal Elections
- Fascinating aspects of Christian history, art and theology
- Investigating the Christian Heritage
Sean M. Wright, the Literary History of Mr Shelock Holmes how the appearance of a brilliant London detective, who kept his cigars in the coal scuttle, his unanswered correspondence pinned to his mantle piece with a jack-knife, who occasionally injected himself with a 7% solution of cocaine, became the preeminent investigative genius by whom all other detectives are measured.
The Cinematic History of Mr Sherlock Holmes
Beginning in 1901 to his latest appearance in 2003, more celluloid has been used to record the exploits of Sherlock Holmes than for any other person in the history of the world, outside of Jesus Christ. This lively discussion features incidents from the lives and careers of William Gillette, Basil Rathbone, Peter Cushing and Jeremy Brett – along with Christopher Lee, Larry Hagman and George C. Scott and includes showing of scenes from many Holmes films.
Steel True, Blade Straight – The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The creator of Sherlock Holmes was an amazing man of intellect and action. After a career as a whaler, he became a doctor and one of the most prolific writers of the last 19th century.
His characters continue to be read, enjoyed and discussed. But the man who created Sherlock Holmes was, himself, involved with several real life criminal cases.
How he came to solve them is a story that’s anything but elementary.
“The Very Stones Will Cry Out!”
Explorations into the Origin
Development of Christian Symbolic Art
Sean Wright has lectured across the country on Sherlock Holmes and life in the Victorian era.
Novelists, actors, directors, producers such as Nicholas Meyer, Jack Haley, Jr, Alexander Solt, Charlton Heston, Gene Wilder, Leonard Nimoy and composer Rudolf Friml, Jr have consulted him for their novels, stage, film, and television projects on Sherlock Holmes.
Wright awarded membership in the prestigious organization devoted to the study of Sherlock Holmes, The Baker Street Irregulars.
Its membership has included Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Christopher Morley and Isaac Asimov, Ellery Queen, Rex Stout along many other notables.
Often interviewed amid newspapers and periodicals, Wright has appeared on shows hosted by Larry King, Oprah Winfrey, Carole Hemmingway, John Kobyltd and Ken Champou along with many other television and radio news anchors and reporters.
Wright has co-authored The Sherlock Holmes Cookbook and Enter the Lion: a Posthumous Memoir of Mycroft Holmes.
Wright contributed a regular column to Mystery Magazine.
He is preparing a book for parents, suggesting the use of selected movies in the education of children.
Mystery dinners solved by “Sherlock Holmes” and other literary detectives, which he directs, produces and often writes and for which he plays “Dr Watson.” The Plot Thickens successfully and hilariously immersed passengers in murder and mayhem aboard the first-ever “Mystery Train”.
The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honored him with a nomination for an Emmy award in the field of writing for his work on the quiz show “Jeopardy!”