A Holmes and Doyle Bibliography:

Below are items recently added to A Holmes & Doyle Bibliography (also known as "The Supplement").  Randall Stock—a fellow Sherlockian from California—suggested that this type of listing would be a useful addendum to the Supplement as another way to track new additions to the bibliography.  I am thankful for his suggestion.   New items will be presented in monthly installments.  Sometime near the end of each month these entries will be “dumped” into the larger bibliography.  As always, I am open to comments and suggestions that will make this research tool more useful.

 

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BOOKS

1.  Professor Challenger: 5 Fantastic Tales. Morrisville: Lulu, 2004.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 2005.  Also available as a downloadable book at the Lulu site. // "A collection with a short introduction by Ron Hanna."

 

2.  Abrahams, Peter. The tutor. 1st ed. New York: Ballantine Books, 2002.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 25 cm.  Accelerated Reader/Renaissance Learning; UG; 4.5; 15. Scuttlebutt Oct 2005. // "Suspense, featuring girl-in-peril precocious 11-year-old Ruby Gardner, who is passionate about Sherlock Holmes (published as a paperback in 2003)."

 

3.  ———. The tutor. Center Point large type ed. Thorndike, ME: Center Point Pub.: Melbourne, Australia: Bolinda Publ, 2003.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm. //

 

4.  ———. The tutor. London: Penguin, 2003.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 19 cm. //

 

5.  Accardo, Pasquale J., and Arthur Conan Doyle. Poetry could be versh. Shelburne, Ont.: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2004.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Illustrated by Claire Accardo. // Poems based on the Sherlock Holmes stories.  "Presented to the Baker Street Irregulars on the occasion of Christmas 2003 and the 2004 BSI birthday celebration. This edition is limited to 221 copies...".

 

6.  Andrews, Val. Sherlock Holmes and the Long Acre vampire. London: Breese Books, 2001.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm.  Cover and spine title: Sherlock Holmes and the Longacre vampire //

 

7.  Baker, Abbey Pen. In the dead of winter. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm. // Myrl Adler Norton, professor of logic, investigates the murder of the landlady who always sat at her window, until her drapes closed and she would play the same record. It turns out the landlady was killed and stuffed, the drapes and record operated by pulleys.

 

8.  Baker, Abbey Pen, and Keiko Takada. Fuyuno sanakani. Tokyo: Tokyo Sogensha, 1996.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 15 cm.  In the dead of winter.; Japanese. // Myrl Adler Norton, professor of logic, investigates the murder of the landlady who always sat at her window, until her drapes closed and she would play the same record. It turns out the landlady was killed and stuffed, the drapes and record operated by pulleys.

 

9.  Bassett, Jennifer, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Fu'ermosi yu sai ma = Sherlock Holmes and the sport of kings. Di 1 ban. ed, (Shu chong, Niujin Ying Han shuang yu du wu). Beijing Shi: Wai yu jiao xue yu yan jiu chu ban she : Niujin da xue chu ban she, 2006.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 20 cm. //

 

10.  Bassett, Jennifer, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Haiyan Chen. Fu'ermosi he gong jue de er zi = Sherlock Holmes and the Duke's son. Di 1 ban. ed, (Shu chong, Niujin Ying Han shuang yu du wu). Beijing Shi: Wai yu jiao xue yu yan jiu chu ban she : Niujin da xue chu ban she, 2003.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 20 cm. //

 

11.  Bassett, Jennifer, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Ron Tiner. Sherlock Holmes and the sport of kings. [Simplified ]. ed, (Oxford Bookworms Library ; Stage 1, Crime & Mystery). Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 20 cm.  A horse called Silver Blaze -- Monday night at King's Pyland -- John Straker's pockets -- Looking for a horse -- A day at the races -- Holmes has the answers.  "First published in Oxford Bookworms, 2003"--T.p. verso.  retold by Jennifer Bassett ; illustrated by Ron Tiner. //

 

12.  Bassett, Jennifer, Ron Tiner, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes and the Duke's son, (Oxford bookworms library. Crime & mystery. Stage 1). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., 1 map ; 20 cm.  Arthur Conan Doyle ; retold by Jennifer Bassett ; illustrated by Ron Tiner. //

 

13.  ———. Sherlock Holmes and the duke's son, (Oxford bookworms library.; Crime & mystery.; Stage 1). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 20 cm. + 1 sound disc (CD).  Arthur Conan Doyle ; retold by Jennifer Bassett ; illustrated by Ron Tiner. //

 

14.  ———. Sherlock Holmes and the sport of kings, (Oxford bookworms library.; Stage 1,; Crime & mystery). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 20 cm.  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle ; retold by Jennifer Bassett ; illustrated by Ron Tiner. //

 

15.  Boyer, Rick, and Yves-Charles Fercoq. Le rat géant de Sumatra, (Collection Sherlock Holmes). Paris: Éd. Mycroft's brother, Impr. Jouve, 2003.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., 21 cm.  Translated by Yves-Charles Fercoq. //

 

16.  Coker, David. Every Dark Cloud. [S.l.]: [privately printed], 1998.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

17.  D'Agneau, Marcel. The curse of the Nibelung: being the last case of Lord Holmes of Baker Street and Sir John Watson. London: Royal National Institute for the Blind, 1983.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Braille. //

 

18.  Davies, David Stuart. Sherlock Holmes and the Reichenbach secret. Huddersfield: Thumbprints, 1997.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm. //

 

19.  Duchateau, André-Paul, and Bruno Di Sano. Le rat géant de Sumatra, (Sherlock Holmes 6). Bruxelles: C. Lefranc, 1995.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. 30 cm. //

 

20.  Grann, David. The Devil and Sherlock Holmes : Tales of Murder, Madness, and Obsession. 1st ed. New York: Doubleday, 2010.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 25 cm.  "Any truth is better than indefinite doubt". Mysterious circumstances -- Trial by fire -- The chameleon -- True crime -- Which way did he run -- "A strange enigma is man!". The squid hunter -- City of water -- The old man and the gun -- Stealing time -- "All that was monstrous and inconceivably wicked in the universe". The brand -- Crimetown U.S.A. -- Giving the "devil" his due. // Collection of the journalist's articles previously published in varous periodicals.  Includes 'A Reporter at Large: Mysterious Circumstances' (about the death of Richard Lancelyn Green reprinted from The New Yorker.

 

21.  Hammer, David L. The twenty-second man : in re Sherlock Holmes, German agent. Dubuque, Iowa: Gasogene Press, 1989.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 22 cm.  Cover title: The 22nd man./ Includes bibliographical references. //

 

22.  Hammes, Elmore. The Holmes and Watson Mysterious Events and Objects Consortium : the Case of the Witch's Talisman. Anderson, IN: Kanapolis Fog Pub. Emporium, 2007.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm.  Scuttlebutt Sept 2005. // "A pleasant young-adults novel about young friends who like to be Holmes and Watson."

 

23.  Hughes, Kathryn. The short life & long times of Mrs Beeton. London: Harper Perennial, 2006.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., ports. ; 20 cm.  Originally published: London: Fourth Estate, 2005./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 487-503) and index.  Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. //

 

24.  ———. The short life & long times of Mrs. Beeton. London: Fourth Estate, 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., ports. ; 25 cm.  Includes bibliographical references (p. 430-503) and index.  Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. // "Isabella Beeton created the famous 'Book of Household Management' (which gave Maude Crosse considerable concern in A Duet: With an Occasional Chorus), and according to a review in The Times Literary Supplement (Nov. 4), anyone doubting the continuing resonance of her name should reflect on the fact that in 1995, the food company Ginster's paid Beeton's modern publishers, Ward, Lock, L1 million to use the 'Mrs. Beeton' name in perpetuity on its pasties and other meat products.  She died in 1865, well before her husband began publishing Beeton's Christmas Annual, in which 'A Study in Scarlet' appeared in 1887."

 

25.  ———. The short life and long times of Mrs. Beeton. 1st American ed. New York: Knopf, 2006.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 25 cm.  Originally published: London : Fourth Estate, 2005./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 445-457) and index. // A portrait of the life of the domestic diva of Victorian England profiles Isabella Beeton, the woman behind Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management, a period collection of recipes and domestic advice.

 

26.  ———. The short life and long times of Mrs. Beeton. New York: Anchor Books, 2007.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm.  Includes bibliographical references (p. 445-457) and index./ Originally published: London : Fourth Estate, 2005. //

 

27.  Hughes, P. Whitney. The Extraordinary Affair of the Second Great Hiatus. Morrisville: Lulu, 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 2005. // "A science-fiction pastiche involving Holmes, Watson, Challenger, and Malone, with a few echoes from 'Star Trek'."

 

28.  James, David. Sherlock Holmes and the midnight bell. Romford: Ian Henry, 2000.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm. //

 

29.  Jones, Stephen, and Kim Newman. Horror : another 100 best books. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm.  Companion vol. to Jones's and Newman's 1988 collection "Horror: 100 best books." Cf. Foreword./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 415-443) and index.  Edited by Stephen Jones and Kim Newman ; with a foreword by Peter Straub.  Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. // "Includes an essay by Tony Richards on 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'."

 

30.  Leppek, Christopher, and Arthur Conan Doyle. The surrogate assassin : a Sherlock Holmes mystery. 1st ed. Aurora, CO: Write Way Pub., 1998.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm.  "Based on the characters created by Sir Conan Doyle." //

 

31.  Neisser, Ulric, Eugene Winograd, Robyn Fivush, and William Hirst. Ecological approaches to cognition : essays in honor of Ulric Neisser, (Emory symposia in cognition (Mahwah, N.J.)). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 24 cm.  Direct perception and representation in infancy / Philippe Rochat -- Obstacles to understanding: an ecological approach to infant problem solving / Karen E. Adolph and Marion Eppler -- Descriptions of orientation and structure in perception and physical reasoning / John R. Pani -- Height and extent: two kinds of size perception / Arnold E. Stoper -- EPAM to EGO: a cognitive journey / Eleanor J. Gibson -- Unity and diversity in knowledge / Elizabeth Spelke -- Cultural ecology of young children's interactions with objects and artifacts / Michael Tomasello -- Getting a grip on reality / Frank Keil and Kristy Lockhart -- Williams syndrome cognitive profile: strengths, weaknesses, and interrelations among auditory short-term memory, language, and visuospatial constructive cognition / Carolyn B. Mervis -- Creating false autobiographical memories: why people believe their memory errors / Ira E. Hyman, Jr. -- Revisiting John Dean's memory / William Hirst and David Gluck -- Bringing ritual to mind / Robert N. McCauley -- Five kinds of self-ignorance / David A. Jopling -- How does an adviser influence a student?: A case study / Yohtaro Takano.  Chiefly papers originally presented at a conference at Emory University in Nov. 1996.  Includes bibliographical references and indexes.  Edited by Eugene Winograd, Robyn Fivush, William Hirst. // (from the preface) "In November 1996, a conference was held at Emory University to celebrate Ulric (Dick) Neisser's career in psychology. This book reflects the breadth and richness of Neisser's theoretical and empirical contributions to the understanding of visual search, attention, visual imagery, memory, and the self. In Cognition and Reality (1976), Neisser argued for and ecologically based approach to cognition, emphasizing the world outside the laboratory. He criticized mainstream cognitive psychology for lacking ecological validity and, generally, for its excessively narrow preoccupation with internal processes. Since Cognition and Reality, Neisser has consistently applied an ecological approach to cognition. Some examples from memory research are his analysis of John Dean's testimony involving detailed analysis of the Watergate tapes, his work on the memory of Baker Street Irregulars for Sherlock Holmes stories, and his many publications on the problem of flashbulb memories. This book is organized into 3 sections: perception and its development, cognition and its development, and philosophy and education. The intense and careful effort his colleagues and former students clearly put into their chapters in this book speaks forcefully of Neisser's influence."

 

32.  Nevins, Jess, and Michael Moorcock. The Encyclopedia of Fantastic Victoriana. Austin, TX: MonkeyBrain, Inc., 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- port. ; 26 cm. "This book is about genres and media which have traditionally been excluded from the canon: science fiction, fantasy, horror, mysteries, historical novels, dime novels, penny dreadfuls, and story papers."--Author's foreword, p. ix.  Includes an introduction by Michael Moorcock.  Appendix: Bulwer-Lytton: a brief appreciation: p. 1003-1005.  Includes bibliographical references (p. 1007-1009).  Scuttlebutt Dec 2005. // "An interesting exploration of the fantastic literature of the 19th century, and Conan Doyle is of course included, with entries for Irene Adler, Edward Bellingham, Jack Brocket, Micah Clarke, Brigadier Gerard, Sherlock Holmes, Sir Nigel Loring, Professor Moriarty, and Duncan Warner."

 

33.  North, Sam. The curse of the nibelung : a Sherlock Holmes mystery. 2nd ed. [Morrisville, NC]: Lulu Press, 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm.  Originally published 1981 with author as Marcel d'Agneau.  Scuttlebutt Sept. 2005. // "A pastiche/parody (or perhaps a parody/pastiche) set in England and on the Continent in 1939, with Holmes and Watson sent on a mission by Winston Churchill."

 

34.  Penzler, Otto, Thomas H. Cook, and James Ellroy. The best American crime writing 2005. 1st ed. New York: Harper Perennial, 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm.  The girls next door / Peter Landesman -- The ones that got away / Robert Draper -- The family man / Skip Hollandsworth -- Mysterious circumstances / David Grann -- The virus underground / Clive Thompson -- Punch drunk love / Jonathan Miles -- The terror web / Lawrence Wright -- Anatomy of a foiled plot / Craig Horowitz -- To catch an oligarch / Justin Kane and Jason Felch -- A long way down / Bruce Porter -- Fine disturbances / Jeff Tietz -- The silver thief / Stephen J. Dubner -- Stalking her killer / Philip Weiss -- Social disgraces / Debra Miller Landau -- The self-destruction of an M.D. / Neil Swidey -- Choirboys / James Ellroy.  Edited by Thomas H. Cook and Otto Penzler ; with an introduction and an original essay by James Ellroy.  Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. // "Includes David Grann's 'A Reporter at Large: Mysterious Circumstances' (about the death of Richard Lancelyn Green reprinted from The New Yorker."

 

35.  Pulley, Steve. Message in a Fortune Cookie. [S.l.]: Gardners Books, 2006.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 2005. // "'Oh, damn, is the game afoot again?' Watson exclaims in...a new version of the tent joke as a short piece collected in this work."

 

36.  Queen, Ellery. The Adventure of the Murdered Moths : and Other Radio Mysteries. 1st ed. Norfolk, VA: Crippen & Landru Pub., 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm.  The adventure of the last man club -- The adventure of Napoleon's razor -- The adventure of the bad boy -- The adventure of the march of death -- The adventure of the haunted cave -- The adventure of the lost child -- The adventure of the black secret -- The adventure of the dying scarecrow -- The adventure of the woman in black -- The adventure of the forgotten men -- The adventure of the man who could double the size of diamonds -- The adventure of the dark cloud -- The adventure of Mr. Short and Mr. Long -- The adventure of the murdered moths.  Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. // "A collection of 14 scripts from the old 'Ellery Queen' radio series, and one of them is 'Mr. Short and Mr. Long' (it was broadcast in 1943 and is described as 'the case that Sherlock Holmes failed to solve')."

 

37.  Quindlen, Anna. Imagined London : a Tour of the World's Greatest Fictional City, (National Geographic directions). Washington, DC: National Geographic, 2004.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., map ; 21 cm.  Scuttlebutt Dec 2005. // "'I have been to London too many times to count in the pages of books,' she explains, 'to Dickensian London rich with narrow alley-ways and jocular street scoundrels, to the London of Conan Doyle and Margery Allingham with its salt-of-the-earth police officers and troubled aristocrats.'  Baker Street is only one of many places she visits, and anyone who has enjoyed London will enjoy this book."

 

38.  Ruber, Peter A., George A. Vanderburgh, and Vincent Starrett. 75th anniversary souvenir of the publication of Vincent Starrett's "The Adventure of the unique Hamlet". [S.l.: s.n.];, 1995.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- facsim., port. ; 22 cm.  "Privately printed at Christmas 1995 for the friends of Peter Ruber and George E. Vanderburgh."   //

 

39.  Sharp, Allen. The case of the baffled policeman, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1989.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

40.  ———. The case of the Buchanan curse, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

41.  ———. The case of the Devil's hoofmarks, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1989.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

42.  ———. The case of the frightened heiress, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1989.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

43.  ———. The case of the gentle conspirators, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1989.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

44.  ———. The case of the howling dog, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

45.  ———. The case of the man who followed himself, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

46.  ———. The case of the silent canary, (In the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes): Cambridge University Press, 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

 

47.  ———. Il poliziotto misterioso : un nuovo racconto di Sherlock Holmes basato sugli appunti e i documenti del dottor John H. Watson. Milano: Mursia, 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the baffled policeman. Italian.  "L'autore è grato per l'indispensabile aiuto fornito dai frequenti riferimenti alle prime opere del defunto Sir Arthur Conan Doyle."/ "Sulle orme di Sherlock Holmes."  Scritto ed elaborato da Allen Sharp. //

 

48.  Sharp, Allen, and Maria Pia Janin. Il quadro scomparso : un nuovo racconto di Sherlock Holmes basato sugli appunti e i documenti del dottor John H. Watson, (Sulle orme di Sherlock Holmes). [Milano]: Mursia, 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the gentle conspirators. Italian.  Translation of: The case of the gentle conspirators.  At head of title:; Sulle orme di Sherlock Holmes.  [traduzione di Maria Pia Janin]. //

 

49.  ———. L'ereditiera impazzita : un nuovo racconto di Sherlock Holmes basato sugli appunti e i documenti del dottor John H. Watson, (Sulle orme di Sherlock Holmes). [Milano]: Mursia, 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the frightened heiress. Italian.  At head of title:; Sulle orme di Sherlock Holmes.  [traduzione di Maria Pia Janin]. //

 

50.  Sharp, Allen, and Guangrong Ji. Lan yi nü lang = The case of the frightened heiress. Chu ban. ed, (Zhui zong Fu'ermosi). Taipei shi: Taiwan dong fang chu ban she, 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 19 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the frightened heiress. Chinese //

 

51.  ———. Mo gui de gui yin = The case of the devil's hoofmarks. Chu ban. ed, (Zhui zong Fu'ermosi). Taipei shi: Taiwan dong fang chu ban she, 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 19 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the devil's hoofmarks. Chinese. //

 

52.  ———. Ya zei = The case of the gentle conspirators. Chu ban. ed, (Zhui zong Fu'ermosi). Taipei shi: Taiwan dong fang chu ban she, 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 19 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the gentle conspirators. Chinese. //

 

53.  Sharp, Allen, and Jackie Landreaux. L'Affaire des sabots du diable, (Bibliothèque verte). Paris: Hachette, Impr. Brodard et Taupin), 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 18 cm.  Uniform Title: The Case of the devil's hoofmarks. français.  Titre de couv. :"Les Sabots du diable".  Trad. par Jackie Landreaux-Valabrègue. //

 

54.  ———. L'Affaire Mo Hort, (Bibliothèque verte). Paris: Hachette, Impr. Brodard et Taupin), 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 18 cm.  Uniform Title: The Case of the baffled policeman. français.  Trad. par Jackie Landreaux-Valabrègue. //

 

55.  ———. Les Nobles conspiratrices, (Bibliothèque verte). Paris: Hachette jeunesse, Impr. Brodard et Taupin), 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 18 cm.  Uniform Title: The Case of the gentle conspirators. français.  trad. par Jackie Landreaux-Valabrègue. //

 

56.  ———. L'Héritière terrorisée, (Bibliothèque verte). Paris: Hachette jeunesse, Impr. Brodard et Taupin, 1990.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 18 cm.  Uniform Title: The Case of the frightened heiress. français.  trad. par Jackie Landreaux-Valabrègue. //

 

57.  Sharp, Allen, and Maria Elena Vaccarini. L'Uomo che inseguiva se stesso : un nuovo racconto di Sherlock Holmes basato sugli appunti e i documenti del dottor John H. Watson, (Sulle orme di Sherlock Holmes). [Milano]: Mursia, 1993.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the man who followed himself. Italian.  Translation of: The case of the man who followed himself.  [traduzione di Maria Elena Vaccarini]. //

 

58.  Sharp, Allen, and Sandrine Verspieren-Couprie. Poussière mortelle, (Bibliothèque verte). Paris: Hachette jeunesse, Impr. Brodard et Taupin), 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- couv. ill. en coul. ; 18 cm.  Uniform Title: The case of the Buchanan curse. français.  Trad. de l'anglais par Sandrine Verspieren. //

 

59.  Sharp, Allen Ji Guangrong. Ming xin pian zhi mi = The case of the baffled policeman. Chu ban. ed, (Zhui zong Fu'ermosi). Taipei shi: Taiwan dong fang chu ban she, 1992.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 19 cm.  Uniform Title: Case of the baffled policeman. Chinese.  yuan zhu Allen Sharp ; yi zhe Ji Guangrong. //

 

60.  Sharp, Allen Rouard Philippe. L'ombre de Julius Baroncourt, (Bibliothèque verte). [Paris]: Hachette jeunesse, Impr. Brodard et Taupin), 1991.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 18 cm.  Uniform Title: The case of the man who followed himself. français.  trad. par Philippe Rouard. //

 

61.  Smith, D. O. The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 2, (Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes). Ashcroft, B.C.: Calabash Press, 1998.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm.  The secret of Shoreswood Hall -- The adventure of the green umbrella - The adventure of the Christmas visitor. //

 

62.  ———. The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 3, (Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes). Ashcroft, B.C.: Calabash Press, 1999.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm.  The adventure of the lost seven -- The adventure of the old school friend -- The adventure of the silver buckle -- The adventure of juniper cottage. //

 

63.  Smith, Denis O. The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes. Volume 4. Ashcroft, B.C.: Calabash Press, 2002.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm.  Adventure of the Von Strauffhausen papers -- North Walk mystery -- Adventure of the willow pool -- Adventure of the yellow glove. //

 

64.  Spencer, Brett, and Dorian David. Draco, Draconis. Florence: Altamont Pub. : In Association with Granada Television, 1996.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.  Sherlock Holmes, Draco Draconis--cover.  As edited by Brett Spencer & Dorian David. //

 

65.  Starrett, Vincent. The Adventure of the Unique "Hamlet". Chicago: [privately printed], 2002.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- "Privately printed by Marshall Blankenship for the Scotland Yarder's Annual Holiday Party November 16, 2002" //

 

66.  Thomson, June. The secret documents of Sherlock Holmes. London: Constable, 1997.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm.  Contents: The Case of the Ainsworth Abduction; The Case of the Barton Wood Murder; The Case of the Boulevard Assassin; The Case of the Camberwell Deception; The Case of the Ferrers Documents; The Case of the Vatican Cameos; The Case of the Wimbledon Tragedy //

 

67.  ———. The secret documents of Sherlock Holmes. London: Allison & Busby, 1999.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 18 cm. //

 

68.  ———. The secret documents of Sherlock Holmes. Large type ed. Bath: Camden, 1999.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm.  Publisher's no. AB8398./ Originally published: London: Constable, 1997. //

 

69.  ———. The secret documents of Sherlock Holmes. Large type ed. Bath: Chivers, 1999.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm.  Originally published: London: Constable, 1997./ Publisher's no. AB7487. //

 

70.  ———. The secret journals of Sherlock Holmes. London: Constable, 1993.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: The Case of the Addleton Tragedy; The Case of the Colonel's Madness; The Case of the 'Friesland Outrage'; The Case of the Maupertius Scandal; The Case of the Millionaire's Persecution; The Case of the Shopkeeper's Terror; The Case of the Smith-Mortimer Succession //

 

71.  Thomson, June, and Catherine Richard. Les dossiers secrets de Sherlock Holmes, (Les reines du crime). Paris: Librairie des Champs-Elysées, Impr. Brodard et Taupin), 1995.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 17 cm.  Translation of The Secret Journals of Sherlock Holmes. //

 

72.  Weyman, Ronald C. Sherlock Holmes & the ultimate disguise : from the annals of John H. Watson, M.D. Toronto: Simon & Pierre, 1991.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 23 cm.  Spine title: The ultimate disguise. //

 

73.  Weyman, Ronald C., and Jean Paton. Sherlock Holmes : travels in the Canadian West : from the annals of John H. Watson, M.D. Toronto: Simon & Pierre, 1994.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 23 cm.  [editor, Jean Paton].  Contents: The Case of Smiling Buddha; The Lady of the Camellias; The Mystery of Headless Valley; Sherlock Holmes and the King of Siam; Sherlock Holmes and the Wendigo //

 

74.  Wolf, Tony, ed. The Bartitsu Compendium: History and the Canonical Syllabus. Vol. 1. [Morrisville, NC]: Lulu, 2005.

                NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 2005. // "Bartitsu was invented by E. W. Barton-Wright, and is believed by many Sherlockian scholars to be the baritsu that Sherlock Holmes mentions in 'The Empty House'."

 

PERIODICAL ARTICLES

1.     "The Anglo-Swiss Naval Treaty of 1895" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 29-32.

2.     "Briefly." The Ottawa Citizen, July 11, 1995. C6.
"One of the finest collections of Sherlock Holmes material ever offered for sale is expected to fetch $150,000 at auction in London this month. The July 24 auction will feature first editions, papers and memorabilia relating to one of the world's most famous fictional detectives and his creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The collection, amassed by Stanley Mackenzie, a former custodian of London's Sherlock Holmes Society who died earlier this year, includes the pipe used by Peter Cushing in his film portrayal of the Victorian detective and a gold cigarette case inscribed, by Conan Doyle, 'Sherlock Holmes.'".

3.     Accardo, Pasquale. "More French Blood for Holmes!" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2003): 43-45.

4.     ———. "I Wed Three Wives" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2007): 39.

5.     ———. "A Wooden Narrative" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2005): 22-26.

6.     Bergem, Phillip G. "The 1887 Beeton's Christmas Annual: A History and Current Census" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2002): 8-18.

7.     Bergquist, John. "221Bs: A Survey of Recreations of the Sitting Room" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2007): 19-26.

8.     ———. "Allen Mackler's 221B Room: A Photographic Appreciation" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2007): 10-18.

9.     ———. "The Curious Incident of the Policemen's Wives" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2006): 23-26.

10.     ———. "Mr Henry Baker and the British Museum" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2002): 29-31.

11.     Berman, Ruth. "Sherlockian Phantoms" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2006): 37.

12.     Blake, A. L. "The Adventure of the Whitrow Inheritance" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 23 (1998): 22-26.

13.     Boote, Henry. "ECHOES From the Cliffs - Happy Anniversary!" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 4.

14.     ———. "ECHOES From the Cliffs - Tim Flies When You're Having Fun" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 4-5.

15.     ———. "The Game is Afoot: The Name Game" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 25.

16.     ———. "What's in a Name?" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 28-30.

17.     Briggs, Maribeau. "King of Wines, and Wine of Kings" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 14.

18.     Brusic, Robert. "About That Chasm Reichenbach - Did Holmes Really Fall There? An Astonishing Discovery" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2003): 50-55.

19.     ———. "Blessed be the Blade That Binds" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2007): 35-38.

20.     ———. "A Dome Deduced While Strolling in the Park One Day" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2004): 51-54.

21.     ———. "A Lock Without a Key: Holmes and Hair" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2005): 38-42.

22.     ———. "The Wild West, Victoria Regina, and Sherlock Holmes" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2006): 33-36.

23.     Brusic, Robert, and Lucy Brusic. "The Home of the Heart" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2002): 7.

24.     Coffen, Robert. "The Case of the Ageless Detective" The Sherlock Holmes Gazette no. 11 (Spring, 1995): 34-35.

25.     Cribari, Stephen J. "A Toast to Violet Hunter" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2005): 27.

26.     ———. "The Woman" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2006): 27.

27.     Crupe, Peter. "Ten Reasons to Like the Naval Treaty" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 21-22.

28.     Davies, David Stuart. "Sherlock Holmes and the Reichenbach Secret" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 46 (2001): 21-27.

29.     Edwards, Martin. "The Case of the Impoverished Landlady" The Strand Magazine no. 14 (2004): 23-26, 36-37.

30.     ———. "The Case of the Persecuted Accountant" The Strand Magazine no. 8 (2002): 16-22.

31.     ———. "The Case of the Sentimental Tobacconist" The Strand Magazine no. 11 (2003): 20-28.

32.     Elliott, M. J. "The Adventure of the Extraordinary Lodger" Sherlock no. 52 (2002): 22-28.

33.     ———. "The Adventure of the Honourable Cracksman" Sherlock no. 63 (2004): 25-30.

34.     ———. "The Adventure of the Mendicant's Face" Sherlock no. 49 (2002): 21-28.

35.     ———. "The Adventure of the Mocking Huntsman" Sherlock no. 55 (2003): 23-29.

36.     Ellis, David. "The Adventure of the Shakespeare Cipher" The Strand Magazine no. 6 (2001): 6-14.

37.     Esmerelda. "Sherlock@our.holmes (an occasional column about Holmes and the Internet)" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 23-24.

38.     ———. "Sherlock@our.holmes, or the More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 24-25.

39.     Fink, Joe. "The Guest Register" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 26-27.

40.     Freeman, Judith. "Hi Ho Silver (or everything you wanted to know about silver but were afraid to ask)" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 14-15.

41.     Freemantle, Brian. "The Case of the Faberge Egg" The Strand Magazine no. 16 (2005): 22-23, 26-28, 45.

42.     Friedman, Anne. "A True Labor of Love" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 10-12.

43.     Friedman, Ted. "Andaman Islands Stamp features Prison Mentioned in Sherlock Holmes Story" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 26-28.

44.     ———. "Mrs. Hudson Stamp Art" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 22.

45.     ———. "The Naval Treaty Stamp Art" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 11.

46.     Galerstein, Dave. "The Bible and Sherlock Holmes" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 33.

47.     ———. "Footsteps in the Dust" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 32-34.

48.     Gregory, Alexian. "Like Antaeus" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 8-10.

49.     Gunn, Neil. "Arthur Conan Doyle, the Scot Who Created Sherlock Holmes" The Highlander - the Magazine of Scottish Heritage vol. 48, no. 3 (May/June, 2010): 10-14.
An overview of Doyle's life and work.

50.     Hall, John. "The Adventure of the Christmas Bauble" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 28 (1998): 24-29.

51.     ———. "The Adventure of the Disappearing Man" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 21 (1997): 32-35.

52.     ———. "The Adventure of the Venomous Lizard" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 25 (1998): 20-25.

53.     ———. "The Disappearance of the Cutter Alicia" The Strand Magazine no. 22 (2007): 25-26, 28, 30, 32-33.

54.     Herst, Herman Jr. "Dirty Pool" The Sherlock Holmes Gazette no. 3 (November 91 - February 92, 1992): 16-17, 20.

55.     Hoch, Edward D. "The Adventure of the Domino Club" The Strand Magazine no. 15 (2005): 19-23.

56.     Hudson, Martha. "The Landlady's Welcome" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 7.

57.     ———. "The Landlady's Welcome" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 7.

58.     Kamil, Irving. "In the Beginning" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 5-6.

59.     Kaplan, George. "The Adventure of the Patient Adversary" Sherlock no. 56 (2003): 23-30.

60.     Kitts, Francine. "The Game is Afoot: Canonical E-Mail" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 33.

61.     Kurland, Michael. "The Seven Fingers of the Devil's Left Hand" The Strand Magazine no. 17 (2005): 17-18, 20, 24, 26-27.

62.     Linscott, Gillian. "The Case of the Grocer's Donkey" Sherlock no. 61 (2004): 23-28.

63.     Lister, Sam. "Mystery Death of Sherlock Scholar." Daily Post, Apr 24, 2004. 7.
"Richard Lancelyn Green, a biographer of the sleuth's creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, was discovered strangled with a shoelace tightened around his neck with a wooden spoon. In the days leading up to his death, Mr Green had grown increasingly concerned about the imminent auction of Sir Arthur's books and letters at Christie's. Mr Lancelyn Green's family home was Poulton Hall at Poulton Lancelyn.".

64.     Mallory, Michael. "The Murderer at the Falls" The Strand Magazine no. 4 (2000): 25-26.

65.     Marriott, Guy. "Wigmore Street Postbag: Benz Sinister" The Sherlock Holmes Journal vol. 29, no. 3 (Winter, 2009): 124.

66.     McKay, Marilynne. "Review -- Dust and Shadow by Lyndsay Faye" The Serpentine Muse vol. 25, no. 4 (Fall, 2009): 21.

67.     ———. "A Toast to the Stable Staff" The Serpentine Muse vol. 25, no. 4 (Fall, 2009): 13-14.

68.     McKuras, Julie, et. al. "Sciontific Correspondence" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 39-40.

69.     Murdock, Karen. "Lime trees in the Land of the Limeys" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2009): 28-34.

70.     ———. "Litotes in the Canon" The Serpentine Muse vol. 26, no. 1 (Winter, 2009): 18-20.

71.     Murphy, Norma. "Once Upon a Time" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 31.

72.     Owen, Heather. "Play Reviews Fun on the Fringes" The Sherlock Holmes Journal vol. 29, no. 3 (Winter, 2009): 111-113.

73.     Owen, Richard. "Sherlock Holmes's Italian Connection." The Times (London), April 19, 2002. 40.
"Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts in Italy have unveiled a bronze bust of the Great Detective at a Florence railway station to mark Holmes's -and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's -little-known Italian connection. Gianluca Salvatori, head of the Italian Sherlock Holmes society Uno Studio in Holmes (A Study in Holmes), said it was not widely known that Holmes had visited Florence after his struggle to the death with Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls. In 'The Adventure of the Empty House', the first story in The Return of Sherlock Holmes, the detective tells the astonished Dr Watson (who like everyone else thought that Holmes had perished) that after surviving the encounter with Moriarty thanks to a hidden ledge, 'I took to my heels, did ten miles over the mountains in the darkness, and a week later found myself in Florence, with the certainty that no one in the world knew what had become of me'....".

74.     Papagiannis, Anthony. "Sherlock Holmes and the Art of Clinical Detection" Canadian Holmes vol. 32, no. 1 (Autumn, 2009): 13-19.

75.     Penner, Marilyn. "A Toast to Sherlock Holmes" Canadian Holmes vol. 32, no. 1 (Autumn, 2009): 2.

76.     Perdue, Peggy. "The Future of Room 221B" Canadian Holmes vol. 32, no. 1 (Autumn, 2009): 1-2.

77.     Pishkowitz, Penelope. "Just Say Oink: A Feminist Looks at the Hound" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 16-18.

78.     Pollack, Belle. "Some Gratuitous Advice" The Serpentine Muse vol. 26, no. 1 (Winter, 2009): inside front cover.

79.     Pollack, Dorothy Belle. "A Case of Math Identity" The Serpentine Muse vol. 25, no. 4 (Fall, 2009): inside front cover, 8.

80.     ———. "Joseph Harrison Muses" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 6.

81.     ———. "Silver Anniversary Ode Anno Holmes CXLVII" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 8-9.

82.     Preston, John. "Holmesian Reflections" The Sherlock Holmes Journal vol. 29, no. 3 (Winter, 2009): 105.

83.     Randall, Warren. "Mr. Holmes's Jersey Band" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 13.

84.     ———. "Mycroft's Decalogue" The Serpentine Muse vol. 26, no. 1 (Winter, 2009): inside rear cover.

85.     ———. "A Toast to Silver Blaze" The Serpentine Muse vol. 25, no. 4 (Fall, 2009): inside rear cover.

86.     Redfearn, Auberon. "'It Seems to Me...'" The Sherlock Holmes Journal vol. 29, no. 3 (Winter, 2009): 110.

87.     Reich, Timothy. "A Theft Forgiven: The News-Vendor's Letter to Watson" The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual (2009): 35-39.

88.     Reid, T. R. "For Sherlock Holmes, A Study in Bronze." The Washington Post, September 24, 1999. A23.
"In the bustling neighborhood that was home to the World's Greatest Detective, who pondered the mystery of the dog that didn't bark, London today finally resolved the riddle of the statue that wasn't there. Just around the corner from their hero's famous flat--at 221B Baker Street--a boisterous cluster of fans from around the world doffed their deerstalkers and waved their magnifying glasses in the air at the unveiling of London's first statue honoring Sherlock Holmes....".

89.     Rice, Susan. "Accolades Afterward" The Serpentine Muse vol. 25, no. 4 (Fall, 2009): 6-8.

90.     Rich, Mary Ellen. "A Return to Civil Practice" The Serpentine Muse vol. 25, no. 4 (Fall, 2009): 15-20.

91.     Roberts, Barrie. "The Affair of the Christmas Jewel" The Strand Magazine no. 9 (2002): 17-23.

92.     ———. "The Affair of the Disappearing Danes" The Strand Magazine no. 18 (2006): 18, 20-22, 24-25.

93.     ———. "The Affair of the Weeping Child" The Strand Magazine no. 13 (2004): 15-22.

94.     ———. "The Case of the Christmas Poisonings" The Strand Magazine no. 7 (2001): 17-24.

95.     ———. "The Chandlemas Mystery" The Strand Magazine no. 12 (2004): 12-19.

96.     ———. "The Disappearance of Daniel Question" The Strand Magazine no. 4 (2000): 3-8.

97.     ———. "The Honour of a Sportsman" The Strand Magazine no. 21 (2007): 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28.

98.     Robinson, Karen. "Talking Books." The Sunday Times (London), August 10, 1997. Books 1.
Review of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Volume 1, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, read by Douglas Wilmer. "The observational powers of supersleuth Sherlock Holmes have been parodied so often that the real thing can read like a pastiche. Take Holmes's typical remarks on meeting the victim of the Red-Headed League: 'beyond the obvious facts that he's done manual labour, that he is a freemason, that he takes snuff and that he has been in China...' And as he explains his deductions to Dr Watson, the obligingly impressed sidekick registers only that he feels, again typically, 'oppressed with a sense of my own stupidity' in his dealings with his brainy friend. But Holmes without Watson would be a megacephalic show-off with a cocaine habit, and Watson a boring medico. Together, as Watson provides ballast to Holmes's daring and brilliance, they solve some of the most dastardly crimes of Victorian England. This collection includes a scam in which 'Fleet Street was choked with red-headed folk', and an encounter with a tantalising female who arouses unusual feelings in the misogynistic Holmes breast. Douglas Wilmer conjures up a gaslit London rich in mystery and incident (Penguin Pounds 7.99, 3 hours abridged).".

99.     Rodley, Aidan. "McDonald's Ideal Holmes Exhibition?" Daily Mail (London), August 5, 2000. 11.
"The McDonald's fast food chain say they will include Sherlock Holmes memorabilia as part of their design if they are allowed to develop a restaurant on the site where Sherlock Holmes' creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle once lived. The burger giant has put forward amended designs for a 75-seater restaurant at Liberton Bank House, Edinburgh, where the author lived as a boy in the 1860s. The plans includes displays of Holmes exhibits in the proposed restaurant. The company sparked an outcry last year when it announced plans to destroy the house. The Edinburgh City Council put a preservation order on the building and Historic Scotland opted to re-list it. The latest plan promises to incorporate the building into the design of the restaurant. McDonald's has claimed the plans are a reasonable compromise, but Dr Allen Simpson, co-ordinator of the campaign to save the building, said it was unacceptable. Dr Simpson said he expected the people of Edinburgh to be outraged when the McDonald's plans were made public. He said: 'The question the council will have to face is whether the building of McDonald's would degrade the setting of the house. What we have to bear in mind is that this city has so few associations left with Conan Doyle.' The house where Conan Doyle was born in 1859 was demolished to make way for a roundabout. A spokesman for McDonald's said: 'Our plans seem to us to be a very reasonable compromise. 'The Cameron Toll site is, aside from the Liberton Bank House issue, a perfect location for us.'.

100.     Ronson, Jon. "The Human Zoo: Magical History Tour." The Guardian (London), September 2, 1995. T62.
"...There are, as it stands, three competing Beatles Walks of London. This would be confusing in itself, but it is compounded by the four Sherlock Holmes tours that are taking place concurrently - on the same pavement. 221b Baker Street is perilously close to the house that Paul McCartney shared with Jane Asher between 1963 and 1966, and walkers have been known to switch allegiance mid-tour. Today, in fact, two old ladies from America do just that....".

101.     Rose, G. "Wigmore Street Postbag: 'Was the later Holmes an Impostor?'" The Sherlock Holmes Journal vol. 29, no. 3 (Winter, 2009): 127.

102.     Rose, Lloyd. "Brett, Perfectly at Home on Baker Street." The Washington Post, September 24, 1995. G10.
"To many fans of Sherlock Holmes, he was always the actor. Jeremy Brett, who died this month in London at the age of 59, first incarnated the great detective in 1984 in 'A Scandal in Bohemia,' the first of 41 BBC productions of the Arthur Conan Doyle stories in which he starred....".

103.     ———. "Gilbert & Sullivan, According to Doyle." The Washington Post, July 30, 1997. C01.
Review. "'Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Purloined 'Patience,'' which opened Saturday at Interact Theatre, is a charmer. In the time-honored tradition of Sherlockian pastiche (think 'The Seven-Per-Cent Solution'), author Nick Olcott has taken an actual incident in Victorian history -- the 'pirated' American productions of Gilbert & Sullivan's 'Patience' in 1881 -- and brought in the fictional Holmes to solve the case. It's a slightly loony enterprise, the sort that might have called forth the classic Dr. Watson exclamation, 'What ineffable twaddle!' Yes. Exactly. Thank heaven....".

104.     Rosser, Nigel. "Sherlock Holmes Expert Garrotted." The Evening Standard (London), April 23, 2004. 20.
"An expert on Sherlock Holmes was found garrotted in bed surrounded by cuddly toys and a bottle of gin at his London home, an inquest heard today. Richard Lancelyn Green, 50, from Kensington, had grown paranoid that people were plotting against him. He coedited a book about Holmes creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Mr Green died after a shoelace was tightened around his neck using a wooden spoon, but it was unclear if he killed himself, Westminster Coroner's Court was told. An open verdict was recorded.".

105.     Rothstein, Edward. "Shelf Life; A Case for Sherlock: The Double Helix of Crime Fiction and Science." The New York Times, March 4, 2000. B11.
Review of Detective Fiction and the Rise of Forensic Science by Ronald R. Thomas. Illustrated. 341 pages. Cambridge University Press. $59.95. "...The detective story really is partly a tale about race and nationality, imperialism and bourgeois life: Sherlock Holmes's villains are from the far corners of the British Empire (including the barely civilized United States); Poe's villain in 'Rue Morgue' is not even human. So preoccupations with these political themes also run through this dense, smart book as well. But Ronald R. Thomas, professor of English at Trinity College in Hartford, also steps back from the crime scene, following tracks left by Poe and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, Joseph Conrad and Mark Twain, scrutinizing how the development of forensic science was intertwined with the evolution of the detective story....".

106.     Rowan, David. "Strange Case of the Building Society which was found at the Wrong Address." The Guardian (London), November 10, 1994. 26.
"It is the Case of the Missing Door Number, or perhaps the Hound of Westminster Council. For the quest to occupy Sherlock Holmes's famous lodgings has brought financiers, councillors, and now Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's daughter into a conflict more bitter even than Mrs Ronder's prussic acid. Only the intervention of the nation's law makers, it seems, can decide finally who owns 221b Baker Street. The problem is that there never was, or is, a Number 221b. An Abbey National edifice has long been numbered 215-229, and the Sherlock Holmes Museum stands, as the Post Office sees it, at 239. But both have been claiming the rights to the legendary address which Watson found 'cheerfully furnished, so desirable in every way'. And now Westminster council has come down on the building society's side....".

107.     Salamon, Julie. "A Blueprint for Imagining Sherlock." The New York Times, May 18, 2000. E5.
Review of "Murder Rooms." "...Over the last century numerous films and then television adaptations have been based on the Sherlock Holmes stories. Yet a new British series has found a clever way to capitalize on Holmes's popularity without trying to reinvent 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' yet again. In fact, Holmes doesn't even appear in 'Murder Rooms: The Dark Origins of Sherlock Holmes,' presented in two hourlong episodes tonight and next Thursday on 'Mystery,' the PBS anthology....".

108.     Samson, Antonio R. "Fence Sitter." BusinessWorld, August 29, 2000. 1.
"Recently, I read again the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, famous detective resident of Baker Street and main character in one trail- blazing whodunit form. Arthur Conan Doyle's adventures have a comforting formula. A case is brought to Holmes - usually in the company of Watson, his doctor friend (Elementary, my dear Watson, which he never really says in any of the stories) and narrator of the series....".

109.     ———. "Fence Sitter." BusinessWorld, July 11, 2005. 1.
"Certain serial characters like James Bond live on in sequels that more modern authors have been authorized by the estate to take on. Even Victor Hugo's Cosette and Margaret Mitchell's Scarlet O'Hara have been resurrected in sequels. But no other character fascinates mystery writers more than Sherlock Holmes....Caleb Carr's The Italian Secretary (2005, 266 pages) hews more closely to the Sherlock Holmes "canon." This canon consists of the Doyle's Sherlock Holmes character in the complete stories which define his mannerisms, history, approach, and partnership with Watson whom he first met in A Study in Scarlet. Thus, continuing the character beyond the life of the original author needs a familiarity, if not intimate knowledge, of who Sherlock Holmes is....".

110.     ———. "Fence Sitter." BusinessWorld, January 28, 2008. S1/4.
"Box-office hit movies invite new installments to continue the narrative from where it left off. So popular are sequels that producers always look out for a 'franchise' - a succession of sequels featuring the same characters moving into different situations....Strangest of all are sequels to old classics fashioned by new authors....Then there is Michael Dibdin, a mystery writer who has created his own unforgettable detective in Aurelio Zen, an Italian sleuth struggling with the police bureaucracy and the mafia. Early in his mystery-writing career, Dibdin wrote a story featuring Sherlock Holmes. Dibdin prefaces his mystery, The Last Case of Sherlock Holmes, with a quote from Arthur Conan Doyle which purports to allow future writers to do what they wish with his immortal character, Holmes. 'Marry him, kill him, do what you want with him,' Conan Doyle is claimed to have said. Dibdin takes Conan Doyle at his word and proceeds to spin a tale of the master of deductive reasoning which is sure to upset some Sherlock Holmes fans, including this one....".

111.     ———. "Fence Sitter." BusinessWorld, June 13, 2008. S1/4.
"The popularity of the sequel is easy to understand. A box-office hit already contains the ingredients that have worked with the paying audience. There is a built-in following that understands the major characters. A sense of clubbiness prevails among fans who share trivial knowledge of the plot, its history, and the various characters involved. Even when new villains are matched up against the familiar hero, they exude the same evil and familiar mystique....Then there is Michael Dibdin, a mystery writer who has created an unforgettable detective in Aurelio Zen, an Italian detective struggling with the bureaucracy and the mafia. Early in his writing career, Dibdin had written a sequel of Sherlock Holmes....".

112.     Sapsted, David. "Conan Doyle Fan Leaves Pounds 2m Hoard to Library." The Daily Telegraph (London), Aug 6, 2004. 11.
Mr [Richard Lancelyn Green] had collected 20,000 items, including a recreation of 221b Baker Street....His will, published today, leaves them to the library service in Portsmouth, where Conan Doyle lived and worked between 1882-1890 and where he helped to found Portsmouth Football Club, becoming its first goalkeeper. The collection will be catalogued before going on display in 2006.".

113.     Schatell, Norman. "Art" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 20.

114.     ———. "The Sacred Debris Artwork" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 19.

115.     Schmigalle, Gunther. "Wigmore Street Postbag: Diarrhoea and the Novelists" The Sherlock Holmes Journal vol. 29, no. 3 (Winter, 2009): 126-127.

116.     Schulte, Eileen. "Devotion to Holmes Elementary to Fans." St. Petersburg Times (Florida), May 7, 1997. 11.
"The floor-length curtains cloaked the crowd in darkness, thick and ominous, inside the Surf Room at the Dolphin Beach Resort. The question before the assembled participants of the first Sunshine State Sherlockian Scion Symposium was provocative. Was Sherlock Holmes related to Spock?...It was all part of a celebration marking the 25th anniversary of the Pleasant Places of Florida, a local group of Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts based, fittingly, in Holmes Beach. (At least one of the Holmes mysteries had a local connection. Part of The Five Orange Pips takes place in Florida.)...".

117.     ———. "Pure Devotion to Holmes is Elementary to His Fans." St. Petersburg Times (Florida), May 8, 1997. 6.
Similar to article from previous day.

118.     Scott, Alistair. "On the Trail of a Super Sleuth." Sunday Times (London), October 4, 1998. 5.
"Although not widely known among British skiers, the region of Meiringen-Hasliberg is beginning to gather a loyal following....A rather more arcane attraction of Meiringen is that it was the location Sir Arthur Conan Doyle chose for the death of his hero Sherlock Holmes. The old Anglican church here has now been turned into a Sherlock Holmes museum and an excursion can be made to the Reichenbach Falls, to see exactly where the famous sleuth died at the hands of his archenemy Moriarty....".

119.     Scott, James. "Happy Anniversary: The Hound of the Baskervilles." The Sunday Herald, March 3, 2002. 9.
"It's one hundred years since Arthur Conan Doyle resurrected his hero Sherlock Holmes for the spine-chilling The Hound Of The Baskervilles. James Scott investigates the origins of a classic.".

120.     Shreffler, Philip A. "A Toast to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle" The Serpentine Muse vol. 25, no. 4 (Fall, 2009): 22-23.

121.     Smith, Denis O. "The Adventure of the Crimson Arrow" The Strand Magazine no. 2 (1999): 3-9.

122.     ———. "The Adventure of the Richmond Horror" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 32 (1999): 27-33.

123.     ———. "The Adventure of the Richmond Horror" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 33 (1999): 27-32.

124.     ———. "The Adventure of the Silver Buckle" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 22 (1997): 26-34.

125.     ———. "A Hair's Breadth" The Strand Magazine no. 1 (1998): 5-10.

126.     ———. "An Incident in Society" The Strand Magazine no. 3 (1999): 3-10.

127.     ———. "The North Walk Mystery" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 26 (1998): 22-28.

128.     ———. "The North Walk Mystery" Sherlock Holmes - the Detective Magazine no. 27 (1998): 29-34.

129.     Smith, Guy N. "The Silent Shot" The Strand Magazine no. 5 (2000): 3-10.

130.     Stajic, Marina. "Mani Lioning or Venin, Venom, Poison" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 15-19.

131.     Stauber, Jan. "A Visit With Friends From the Past" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 12-13.

132.     Stix, Dorothy K. "Cliffdweller Memories" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 3, no. 1 (2001): 23.

133.     ———. "The Guest Register" Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers vol. 2, no. 2 (2000): 35-36.

134.     Subramanian, S. "The Ripping Good Yarn Will Rip Forever" The Serpentine Muse vol. 26, no. 1 (Winter, 2009): 17.

135.     Thomson, June. "The Case of the Conk-Singleton Forgery" Sherlock no. 59 (2004): 24-28.

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