It seems like I'm still in the mood for thrillers, so I started another Jack Reacher novel, Tripwire. I've not seen any Holmes adaptations except for the recent one by Guy Ritchie (I think he did two, but I only saw the first), and that wasn't exactly faithful in terms of mood and style of the originals. I just checked to see how many screen adaptations have been done and, wow, it's quite a few, especially for TV. I'd like to try out the Jeremy Brett version that ran during the 80's and early 90's. It's funny you mention Casino Royale. It's the only Bond novel I read during my late teens, and I remember liking it quite a bit. I also remember thinking that it was very different from the movies, less of a caricature and more morally ambiguous. I used to enjoy watching Bond films on occasion, but I've lost most of my interest in the visual aspect of the franchise. So, you've now basically transitioned to audiobooks in lieu of reading?