11A Parodies, Pastiches, Burlesques, Travesties and Satires -- General and Miscellaneous (406)

1. "American Literature." Reference & Research Book News 18, no. 3 (2003): 237-241.

Lists books on American literature. Lists Durkheim is Dead!: Sherlock Holmes is Introduced to Sociological Theory by Arthur Asa Berger (AltaMira Press, 2003) 172p. ISBN 0-7591-0299-6. "In a mystery novel featuring detective Holmes and his trusty sidekick Dr. Watson, Berger...explores the ideas of some of the most influential sociologists and social thinkers of the 19th and 20th centuries..."

2. "English-Language Literatures." Reference & Research Book News 18, no. 4 (2003): 245-252.

Lists several books on English literature including The Alternative Sherlock Holmes: Pastiches, Parodies and Copies by Peter Ridgway Watt and Joseph Green. (Ashgate Publishing Co., 2003) 359p. ISBN 0-7545-0882-4

3. "Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tale of Sherlock Holmes." Publishers Weekly 255, no. 36 (2008): 39-39.

The article reviews the book "Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tale of Sherlock Holmes," edited by J. R. Campbell and Charles Prepolec. Edge (www.edgewebsite.com), $16.95 paper (336p) ISBN 978-1494063-17-3. "In his foreword, David Stuart Davies asserts that the authors of these 11 stories pitting Holmes against the supernatural 'are very well-versed in the world of Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.' Unfortunately, this authority fails to come through. The eloquence of the one standout, Barbara Roden's 'The Things That Shall Come Upon Them,' only emphasizes what the others lack. Roden effortlessly involves Holmes in a mystery derived from M.R. James's classic tale of terror, 'Casting the Runes,' featuring psychic sleuth Flaxman Low. By contrast, Martin Powell's 'Sherlock Holmes in the Lost World' sees Holmes battling ape-men and dinosaurs without any display of his remarkable intellect, and M.J. Elliott's 'The Finishing Stroke' pays so much homage as to neglect originality. As a whole, this mixed bag fails to differentiate itself from other similar anthologies."

4. "I So Don't Do Mysteries." Publishers Weekly 255, no. 42 (2008): 50-51.

The article reviews the book "I So Don't Do Mysteries," by Barrie Summy. Includes a reference to Holmes. "About to be shipped off to San Diego while her widower dad goes on his honeymoon, seventh-grader Sherry (short for Sherlock) Holmes Baldwin prepares to put up a fight when she is contacted by her mother's ghost. Killed in the line of duty, her cop mother is flunking out of an afterlife law-enforcement academy, and she needs Sherry's help to crack a case at the San Diego Wild Animal Park...."

5. "Mystery." Publishers Weekly 249, no. 44 (2002): 30.

Features several mystery books on the best seller list in the U.S. as of November 2002. Mention of Doyle and Holmes. "In the most notable Sherlock Holmes pastiches, the great detective was essentially off-stage: Laurie King's seventh Mary Russell mystery, Justice Hall (Bantam), and David Pirie's The Patient's Eyes (St. Martin's Minotaur), with a young Conan Doyle playing Dr. Watson to Dr. Joseph Bell's Holmes."

6. The Oyster V. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1991.

Scuttlebutt July 1995; "'Unless I am very much mistaken, said the great detective, 'we are about to have a visitor. A woman of some standing in society who has just enjoyed a prolonged and vigorous bout of sexual congress.' That's the opening of "The Remarkable Adventures of Porlock Holmes", a story published in the British pornographic magazine The Oyster in the 1890s and reprinted in The Oyster V...."

7. "Sherlock Holmes Readers Rejoice!". Journal of chemical education 81, no. 5 (2004): 634-634.

In 1989 Thomas G. Waddell and Thomas R. Rybolt published their first story in "Journal of Chemical Education" (JCE) in "The Chemical Adventures of Sherlock Holmes series", "Sherlock Holmes and the Yellow Prisms". That one story has now grown to 15 with the publication of "Autopsy in Blue" in the April 2004 issue. By popular request JCE has gathered all 15 stories into a single volume. The formatting has been standardized so that there is consistency among all stories, making it easier for educators to make photocopies for students that include only the stories and not the solutions.

8. "Spring Hardcovers. (Cover story)." Publishers Weekly 255, no. 3 (2008): 40-110.

The article reviews several hardcover books, including Gotham Books The Murder Room: The Heirs of Sherlock Holmes Gather to Solve the World's Most Perplexing Cold Cases (May, $27.50) by Michael Capuzzo. Studies the real-life crime fighters who meet monthly in Philadelphia. Ad/promo. Author tour.

9. "Trade Paperbacks." Publishers Weekly 248, no. 33 (2001): 233.

Presents a list of paperbacks including Sound & Vision (dist. by Firefly) Quotable Alice and Quotable Sherlock (Dec., $14.95 each), edited by David W. Barber, "collect quotes from the works of Lewis Carroll and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle." Berkley Prime Crime's More Holmes for the Holidays (Oct., $13), edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Jon L. Lellenberg and Carol-Lynn Waugh, "features the famous detective."

10. "The Year in Books 2001: Mystery." Publishers Weekly 248, no. 47 (2001): 36.

Presents a list of mystery books. 'The Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders,' by Marshall Browne; 'Six-Pound Walleye,' by Elizabeth Gunn; 'The Great Game,' by Michael Kurland; 'Samurai Boogie,' by Peter Tasker; 'Strawman's Hammock,' by Darryl Wimberley.

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

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...".

12. Allen, Grant. An African millionaire : episodes in the life of the illustrious Colonel Clay. Maryland, Rockville: James A. Rock & Co., 2002.

ill. ; 23 cm. Reprint of the 1897 ed. published by G. Richards, London.;

13. Ardagh, Philip. The silly side of Sherlock Holmes a brand new adventure using a bunch of old pictures. London: Faber, 2005.

14. Armstrong, Walter P. Holmes' range. New York: Magico Magazine, 1993.

15. Ashley, Michael. The Mammoth Book of Historical Detectives. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1995.

Scuttlebutt Aug 1995; "Offers reprints of two pastiches: Jack Adrian's Sherlock Holmes story 'The Phantom Pistol', and an expanded version of Basil Copper's Solar Pons story 'The Adventure of the Frightened Governess.' The anthology is a companion volume to Ashley's The Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunnits and includes some fine stories, one of them being Ashley's candidate for the earliest-ever setting for a locked-room mystery: Australia, about 37,000 years ago."

16. ———. The Mammoth Book of Historical Detectives. London: Robinson, 1995.

Scuttlebutt Aug 1995; "Offers reprints of two pastiches: Jack Adrian's Sherlock Holmes story 'The Phantom Pistol', and an expanded version of Basil Copper's Solar Pons story 'The Adventure of the Frightened Governess.' The anthology is a companion volume to Ashley's The Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunnits and includes some fine stories, one of them being Ashley's candidate for the earliest-ever setting for a locked-room mystery: Australia, about 37,000 years ago."

17. ———. The mammoth book of new Sherlock Holmes adventures. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1997.

20 cm. The bothersome business of the Dutch nativity / Derek Wilson -- The affray at the Kildare Street Club / Peter Tremayne -- The case of the incumbent invalid / Claire Griffen -- The adventure of Vittoria the Circus Belle / Edward D. Hoch -- The Darlington substitution scandal / David Stuart Davies -- The adventure of the suspect servant / Barbara Roden -- The adventure of the Amateur Mendicant Society / John Betancourt -- The adventure of the silver buckle / Denis O. Smith -- The case of the sporting squire / Guy N. Smith -- The vanishing of the Atkinsons / Eric Brown -- The adventure of the fallen star / Simon Clark -- The adventure of the Dorset Street lodger / Michael Moorcock -- The mystery of the Addleton curse / Barrie Roberts -- The adventure of the Pasisian gentleman / Robert Weinberg & Lois H. Gresh -- The adventure of the inertial adjustor / Stephen Baxter -- The adventure of the touch of god / Peter Crowther The adventure of the persecuted painter / Basil Copper -- the adventure of the suffering ruler / H. R. F. Keating -- The repulsive story of the red leech / David Langford -- The adventure of the grace chalice / Roger Johnson -- The adventure of the faithful retainer / Amy Myers -- The case of the suicidal lawyer / Martin Edwards -- The legacy of Rachel Howells / Michael Doyle -- The adventure of the Bulgarian diplomat / Zakaria Erzinclioglu -- The enigma of the Warwickshire vortex / F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre -- The case of the last battle / L. B. Greenwood. "First published in the UK by Robinson Publishing, 1997"--T.p. verso. "The tales of Sherlock Holmes": p. [506]-517.; After Arthur Conan Doyle created the detective, Sherlock Holmes, many writers borrowed him to be the hero of their stories. The anthology offers a selection, old and new.

18. ———. The mammoth book of new Sherlock Holmes adventures. London: Robinson, 1997.

20 cm.;

19. ———. New Sherlock Holmes adventures. Edison, NJ: Castle Books, 2004.

22 cm. The bothersome business of the Dutch nativity / Derek Wilson -- The affray at the Kildare Street Club / Peter Tremayne -- The case of the incumbent invalid / Claire Griffen -- The adventure of Vittoria the Circus Belle / Edward D. Hoch -- The Darlington substitution scandal / David Stuart Davies -- The adventure of the suspect servant / Barbara Roden -- The adventure of the Amateur Mendicant Society / John Betancourt -- The adventure of the silver buckle / Denis O. Smith -- The case of the sporting squire / Guy N. Smith -- The vanishing of the Atkinsons / Eric Brown -- The adventure of the fallen star / Simon Clark -- The adventure of the Dorset Street lodger / Michael Moorcock -- The mystery of the Addleton curse / Barrie Roberts -- The adventure of the Parisian gentleman / Robert Weinberg & Lois H. Gresh -- The adventure of the inertial adjustor / Stephen Baxter -- The adventure of the touch of god / Peter Crowther. The adventure of the persecuted painter / Basil Copper -- The adventure of the suffering ruler / H.R.F. Keating -- The repulsive story of the red leech / David Langford -- The adventure of the grace chalice / Roger Johnson -- The adventure of the faithful retainer / Amy Myers -- The case of the suicidal lawyer / Martin Edwards -- The legacy of Rachel Howells / Michael Doyle -- The adventure of the Bulgarian diplomat / Zakaria Erzinclioglu -- The enigma of the Warwickshire vortex / F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre -- The case of the last battle / L.B. Greenwood. "Originally published as The mammoth book of new Sherlock Holmes adventures. First published in the UK by Robinson Publishing, 1997"--T.p. verso. "The tales of Sherlock Holmes": p. [506]-517.; After Arthur Conan Doyle created the detective, Sherlock Holmes, many writers borrowed him to be the hero of their stories. The anthology offers a selection, old and new.

20. ———. Sherlock Holmes und der Fluch von Addleton : neue Sherlock-Holmes-Geschichten. Dt. Erstveröff., vollst. Taschenbuchausg., 1. Aufl. ed, (Bastei Lübbe). Bergisch Gladbach: Bastei Lübbe, 2003.

19 cm. German translation of The mammoth book of new Sherlock Holmes stories.;

21. Aykroyd, Clarissa, and Trevor S. Raymond. "'Bookshelf': Reviews of The Poems of Sherlock Holmes and The Mark of the Gunn and Other Untold Tales." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 3 (2001): 45-46.

22. Aykroyd, Lucas, Clifford S. Goldfarb, and Brian S. Brodie. "'Bookshelf' Reviews of The Abominable Wife and Other Unrecorded Cases of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, The Spenserian Holmes: Being the Annotated Manuscript of the Hell of the Baskervilles, Teller of Tales: The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle and The Hounds Collection: Volume IV." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 1 (1999): 38-42.

23. Baranowski, Don W. Sherlock Holmes the adventure of the Frankenstein monster. West Conshohocken, Pa: Infinity, 2006.

24. Barnes, Bill. The Hounds collection : an anthology by members of the Hounds of the Internet : "Tales from the CyberKennel" in celebration and appreciation of Mr Sherlock Holmes, the world's first and foremost consulting detective. 1st ed. Manly, NSW: The Hounds of the Internet, 1996.

ill. ; 30 cm. "The Hounds of the Internet is a discussion group conducted by electronic mail on matters associated with Sherlock Holmes"--(v. 1, p. 116). Compiled and edited by Langdale Pike.;

25. Basu, Partha. The curious case of 221B : the secret notebooks of John H. Watson, MD. New Delhi: HarperCollins Publishers India, a joint venture with The India Today Group, 2009.

20 cm.;

26. Batory, Dana M. The Federation Holmes, casebook number one a baker's dozen of Sherlock Holmes-Star Trek parodies. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisc: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2001.

Scuttlebutt Jan 2002.; "It has twelve of his Sherlock Holmes/Star Trek parodies first published in The Holmesian Federation from 1978 to 1991, and one new story." Contents: The Captive Bride;The Chalice of Skorr; The Color of Death; Everything Comes in Circles; The Fairy Thieves; The Interrupted Game; The Mechanical Pup; A Nostalgic Country of the Mind; A One Pipe Problem; Quadrumvirate; Watson Comes Through; Xenolith; Zindernuff's Treasure

27. Beeman, Herbert. "Some Adventures of Mr. Surelock Keys." Canadian Holmes 19, no. 1 (1995): 5-7.

28. Bevilacqua, Joe. The Mis-adventures of Sherlock Holmes. [Napanoch, NY]: Waterlogg Productions, 2000. Sound Recording 5 sound discs (ca. 60 min. each).

Digital ; 4 3/4 in. Compact discs. Participants: Vernon Morris, Henry J. Quinn, Jan Meredith. Producer/director, Joe Bevilacqua.; Parody of the characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

29. Bjarnason, Jóhann Magnús, and Jan B. Steffensen. An Icelandic Sherlock Holmes. Aalborg, Denmark: Pinkerton, 1994.

"A short story first published in Icelandic in 1903, has been translated into English by Jan B. Steffensen; the story isn't a Sherlockian pastiche, but rather involves a young Icelandic immigrant in Nova Scotia, where he solves a minor mystery."

30. Blau, Peter E. "The Adventure of the Acephalous Agronomist." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 4, no. 1 (2000): 1.

Provides some background on Vincent Starrett's parody, first published in 1944, in a limited edition of the three copies.

31. Blom, K. Arne, and Mattias Boström. Rip Britannia : med en liten bibliografi över K. Arne Bloms sherlockianska produktion, (Ystads Antikvariat). Ystad, [Sweden]: Ystads Antikvariat, 1996.

21 cm. Limited ed. of 100 copies. First published as part of the collection "Slutet på början" in 1978. cf: De Waal 4172c. A Holmes-Jack the Ripper pastiche.;

32. Booth, Matthew. Sherlock Holmes and the giant's hand and other stories. Cambridge, UK: Irregular Special Press, 2004.

Contents: The adventure of the giant's hand -- The adventure of the York Place prophecy -- The adventure of the hollow bank. Scuttlebutt Apr 2005; "Has Holmes solving murders from three of the unrecorded cases, in Cornwall (the Addleton tragedy), Kent (Colonel Warburton's madness), and Wiltshire (the dreadful business of the Abernetty family).'

33. Boström, Mattias, and Per Olaisen. Sherlock Holmes i Skåne, (Mungo-serien, 2). Växjö: P. Olaisen, Chapmanskolans tr., 1995.

ill. ; 21 cm. Skånska deckarsällskapet ; editors: Mattias Boström and Per Olaisen.;

34. Boyer, Rick. A Sherlockian quartet. Alexander, NC, New York: Alexander Books. Distributed to the trade by Midpoint Trade Books, 1999.

LC Control Number: 99062051. Contents: The adventure of Zolnay the Aerialist -- The adventure of Bell Rock light -- The adventure of the Eyrie cliff -- The giant rat of Sumatra;

35. Bradley, C. Alan, and William A. S. Sarjeant. Ms. Holmes of Baker Street the truth about Sherlock. 2nd ed. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2004.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-194) and index; "With a new introduction by Barbara Roden. When their book was first published 15 years ago, the authors' careful and well-written examination of evidence that Holmes was female, twice pregnant, and possibly once a mother, was met with outrage from critics who apparently had never heard John Bennett Shaw explain that the one thing Sherlockians should be serious about is not taking themselves seriously."

36. Brainard, Dulcy. "Forecast: Mystery." Publishers Weekly 241, no. 8 (1994): 236.

Reviews the book 'The Game is Afoot: Parodies, Pastiches and Ponderings of Sherlock Holmes,' edited by Marvin Kaye.

37. Breitman, Gregory, and Benjamin Block. The marriage of Sherlock Holmes. 1st separate ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: Mysterious Bookshop, 1999.

Added Title: Beau book;

38. Broster, D. K., and M. Croom Brown. The questionable parentage of Basil Grant. Ashcroft, B.C.: Calabash Press, 2004.

geneal. tbl. ; 22 cm. Front cover: by R. Bostoun Cromer. "'The Questionable parentage of Basil Grant' was first published in The Monthly Review, July 1905. It appeared under the byline 'R. Bostoun Cromer'." Scuttlebutt Feb 2004.; As detectives Lang and Logan try to discover the family history of their twin-brother clients, an uexpected visitor, the sister of Mycroft and Sherlock Holmes, provides the necessary but startling facts they need. "A wide-ranging literary parody, written by D. K. Broster and M. Croom Brown and published under a pseudonym, and Andrew Lang, Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, and G. K. Chesterton are only a few of the authors who works are parodied."

39. Brown, K. C, and Arne Zaslove. Sherlock's veiled secret. New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1996.

40. Bruccoli, Matthew J., and Richard Layman. Hardboiled mystery writers : Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, Ross Macdonald : a literary reference. 1st Carroll & Graf trade pbk. ed. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2002.

ill. ; 26 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. edited by Matthew J. Bruccoli and Richard Layman.; "The Sherlockian parody 'The South Sea Soup Company' (1931) was the first published story written by Kenneth Millar (aka Ross Macdonald);" reprinted in this volume.

41. Brunner, John. Muddle Earth. New York: Ballantine/Del Rey, 1993.

42. Bujold, Lois McMaster. Dreamweaver's dilemma. 1st ed. Framingham, MA: NESFA Press, 1995.

Edited by Suford Lewis.; "Includes 'The Adventure of the Lady on the Embankment'; it's a Sherlockian pastiche, written after the author graduated from college and hitherto unpublished."

43. ———. Dreamweaver's dilemma. 1st trade paperback ed. Framingham, MA: NESFA Press, 1995.

"Includes 'The Adventure of the Lady on the Embankment'; it's a Sherlockian pastiche, written after the author graduated from college and hitherto unpublished." Edited by Suford Lewis.;

44. Burges, Dennis. Graves gate. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2003.

Distributed by Publishers Group West, Berkeley, CA. map ; 24 cm.; "A mystery that features Arthur Conan Doyle in London in 1922."

45. Cammarata, J. R. Flat at 221B Baker Street : Holmes meets Watson. Denver, CO: Outskirts Press, Inc., 2006.

22 cm.;

46. Campbell, J. R., Charles V. Prepolec, and Philip Cornell. Curious incidents 2 being a collection of the further adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Calgary, AB: Mad for a mystery, 2003.

Contents: Introduction: Water, water, everywhere, by Charles V. Prepolec -- The puzzle of the vanishing laboratory, By Peter Calamai -- Art in the blood, revealed, by Regina Stinson -- The missing coppertop, by J. R. Campbell -- The adventure of the hanging tyrant, by M. J. Elliott -- Green and red trappings, by Valerie J. Patterson -- The problem of the Sussex scalping, by David N. Cisler -- Mrs. Farintosh and the opal tiara, by James R. Stefanie;

47. ———. Curious incidents being a collection of the further adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Calgary: Mad for a Mystery Publications, 2002.

Contents: The case of Vamberry, the wine merchant / by James R. Stefanie -- The adventure of the lodger's secret / by Kristin Vichich -- A slaying in suburbia / by G. Kelly -- The first mate's jacket / by J.R. Campbell -- The case of Lady Sannox / by Peter H. Wood -- The adventure of the tired captain / by Bob Byrne; "Offers six new pastiches (six Sherlockian and one Gillettean) and artwork by Philip Cornell."

48. Campbell, Patrick. Shades of Sherlock. Shelburne, Ont: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1997.

LC Control Number: cn 97930176;

49. Carmichael, Montgomery, and Otto Penzler. On the threshold of the chamber of horrors. 1st separate ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: The Mysterious Bookshop, 2000.

ill. ; 20 cm. "First limited edition limited to 221 copies"--t.p. verso. Originally published in: The Illustrated sporting and dramatic news, 27 Oct. 1894. "The great detective at Madame Tussaud's"--cover. Introduction by Otto Penzler.;

50. Carraher, Philip J. The adventure of the New York Ripper a novel. West Conshohocken, PA: Infinity, 2005.

Terror is stalking women on the streets of New York City in 1893, taking lives in a manner reminiscent of the Jack the Ripper murders in London five years earlier. Is it a copycat murderer or has the killer made his way to New York City? Simon Hawkes (the alias used by Sherlock Holmes in New York) finds clues on both sides of the Atlantic

51. ———. Sherlock Holmes : the adventure of the Dead Rabbits Society the lost reminiscence of John H. Watson, MD : a novel. Bloomington, Ind.: 1stBooks Library, 2001.

Scuttlebutt Oct 2001.; "Has Holmes in disguise in the United States during the Great Hiatus (without Watson, who managed nevertheless to write the story in 1908 and tuck it away for discovery now)."

52. Carraher, Philip J., and Arthur Conan Doyle. Alias Simon Hawkes : further adventures of Sherlock Holmes in New York, based on the lost notebook of John H. Watson, MD. Bloomington, IN: 1stBooks, 2002.

23 cm. Adventures of the magic alibi -- Adventure of the captive forger -- Adventure of the glass room -- Adventure of the talking ghost. On cover: "Based upon the character created by A. Conan Doyle.";

53. Carson, Ciaran. Shamrock tea. London, New York: Granta Books, 2001.

20 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 304-307).; "The latest novel from this acclaimed Belfast writer is an absorbing fantasy centred round a van Eyck painting. Shamrock tea allows its drinker to pass through the painting into another world. The narrator meets Ludwig Wittgenstein and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and enters a magical universe where time is suspended. A fairytale for adults, which contains a miscellany of facts."

54. Carson, Ciarán. Shamrock tea. London: Granta, 2002.

20 cm. Originally published: 2001. Includes bibliographical references.; "The latest novel from this acclaimed Belfast writer is an absorbing fantasy centred round a van Eyck painting. Shamrock tea allows its drinker to pass through the painting into another world. The narrator meets Ludwig Wittgenstein and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and enters a magical universe where time is suspended. A fairytale for adults, which contains a miscellany of facts."

55. Cassada, Jackie. "Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes." Library Journal 133, no. 17 (2008): 60-60.

This article reviews the book "Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes," edited by J.R. Campbell and Charles Prepolec."...Unlike other anthologies featuring Conan Doyle's eccentric detective, this one, edited by Campbell and Prepolec, posits encounters between Holmes and the supernatural that cannot be explained by logic alone. Introductory essays by the editors and an evocative full-page illustration by Phil Conell for each story round out an excellent addition to the Holmesian apocrypha. A good addition to any library."

56. Charles, J. C. Lady Brackenstall's Lord and Master. Scarsdale, N.Y: Filmoods Co, 1994.

57. Charnock, Ian Alfred, and Alan Swan. Watson's last case. London: Breese Books, 2000.

Contents: Pt.1. Doctor's orders -- Pt.2. Watson's last case -- Pt.3.A Scholar's appendix;

58. Cirone, Nino. Sherlock Holmes's personal journals six short stories. Shelburne, Ont: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2001.

59. Cisler, David N. The adventure of the wish hounds of Candlemere. 1st ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: Mysterious Bookshop, 2001.

60. Cody, Liza, and Crime Writers' Association (Great Britain). 2nd culprit: an annual of crime stories. London: Chatto & Windus Ltd, 1993.

61. Cody, Liza, and Michael Z. Lewin Lewis, eds. 1st Culprit: A Crime Writers' Association Annual. Toronto: Worldwide Library, 1994.

"Originally published in Great Britain last year, the 26 tales in this Crime Writer's Association annual exemplify the best in contemporary mystery writing in England and the U.S., showcasing humor, suspense, intricate puzzles and deft innuendo."

62. Colmer, Bevis! Elementary, my dear Watson. London: Minerva, 2000.

Includes bibliographical references and index;

63. Conant, Susan. The Barker Street regulars. Large type ed, (Wheeler large print book series). Rockland, MA: Wheeler Pub., 1998.

64. ———. The Barker Street regulars. New York: Bantam Books, 1999.

65. Cooper-Posey, Tracy. The case of the reluctant agent a Sherlock Holmes mystery. Winnipeg: Ravenstone, 2001.

66. Cullin, Mitch. Les abeilles de monsieur Holmes, (Fictions). Paris: Naïve, 2007.

Traduit de l'américain par Hélène Collon. Translation of Slight Trick of the Mind;

67. ———. Sherlock Holmes : misteri yang tak terpecahkan / Uniform Title: A slight trick of the mind. Indonesian. Cet. 2. ed. Jakarta: Voila Books, 2007.

18 cm. Translation of: A slight trick of the mind. Misteri yang tak terpecahkan. [alih bahasa, Rika Farihah].;

68. ———. A slight trick of the mind. Large type ed, (Thorndike Press large print senior lifestyles). Waterville, ME: Thorndike Press, 2005.

ill. ; 23 cm.;

69. ———. A slight trick of the mind a novel. New York: Knopf Publishing Group, 2006.

1947 finds Holmes living in a Sussex farmhouse at 93 with a housekeeper and her son, Roger, who discovers evidence of a case never before reported, a case involving a Mrs. Keller, the long-ago object of Holmes's affection

70. ———. A slight trick of the mind a novel. 1st ed. New York: Nan A. Talese/Doubleday, 2005.

LC Control Number: 2004046038; 1947 finds Holmes living in a Sussex farmhouse at 93 with a housekeeper and her son, Roger, who discovers evidence of a case never before reported, a case involving a Mrs. Keller, the long-ago object of Holmes's affection

71. Cullin, Mitch, and Yong-mi Paek. Syollok Homju majimak naldul = Sherlock Holmes a slight trick of the mind / Uniform Title: Slight trick of the mind. Korean. 1-p`an. ed, (Saeroun Syollok Homju iyagi). Soul: Hwanggum Kaji, 2007.

ill. ; 22 cm. Translation of: A slight trick of the mind. Paek Yong-mi omgim.;

72. Dahlin, Robert. "Scene 2: Making short work of crime." Publishers Weekly 246, no. 17 (1999): 46.

Focuses on book publishers' marketing strategies for mystery anthology books as of April 26, 1999. Includes a reference to Doyle and Holmes. "...Over the years, there have been a number of collections based on further exploits of the great denizen of London's Baker Street. One of the latest is The Confidential Casebooks of Sherlock Holmes, edited by Marvin Kaye, which St. Martin's is reprinting in July as a Griffin trade paperback. 'As a subject, Holmes is different from those in many other short stories,' says SMP senior editor Keith Kahla. 'Almost all of what Conan Doyle wrote were short stories, and Holmes fans are devoted readers. They'll read anything from actual Conan Doyle to the pastiches.'"

73. Dale, Jenny, and Mick Reid. Sherlock's home, (Puppy patrol). New York: Scholastic, 2003.

LC Control Number: 2003588273;

74. Davies, David Stuart. Shadows of Sherlock Holmes. Ware: Wordworth Classics, 1998.

20 cm. Purloined letter / Edgar Allan Poe -- Biter Bit / Wilkie Collins -- Stolen cigar-case / Brett Harte -- Princess's vengeance / C.L. Pirkis -- Absent-minded coterie / Robert Barr -- Swedish match / Anton Chekhov -- Secrets of the black brotherhood / Dick Donovan -- Episode of the diamond links / Grant Allen -- Clever capture / Guy Clifford -- Nine points of the law / E.W. Hornung -- Stir outside the Café Royal / Clarence Rook -- Duchess of Wiltshire's diamonds / Guy Boothby -- Problem of Dressing Room A / Jacques Futrelle -- Hundred-thousand-dollar robbery / Hesketh Prichard -- Surrey cattle-maiming mystery / Herbert Jenkins -- Ghost at Massingham Mansions / Ernest Bramah -- Sexton Blake and the time-killer / Anonymous -- One possessed / E.W. Hornung -- Great pearl mystery / Baroness Orczy.; "Anthology of 19 stories written by Conan Doyle's predecessors and successors, from Edgar Allan Poe and Wilkie Collins to E. W. Hornung and Baroness Orczy, selected by David Stuart Davies, who also contributed a perceptive introduction."

75. Davies, David Stuart, Paul M. Chapman, and Kathryn White. "Pastiche or Not Pastiche--that is the question." The Ritual, no. 18 (1996): 16-26.

76. Day, Barry. Sherlock Holmes and the apocalypse murders, (Sherlock Holmes "Murders" series). [Palm Beach]: Second Opinion, Inc, 2001.

Scuttlebutt Sep 2001.; "The fourth in his series of pastiches; Holmes (and Watson and Mycroft and Irene) are involved in a battle against a serial killer who intends to destroy London."

77. Day, Barry, and Andrzej Klimowski. Sherlock Homes and the copycat murders. S.L.: Second Opinion, Inc, 2000.

78. ———. Sherlock Homes and the seven deadly sins murders. S.L.: Second Opinion, Inc, 2002.

79. De Vita, Sharon. Sherlock's home, (Silhouette romance). New York: Silhouette Books, 1988.

LC Control Number: 2001573680;

80. DeHart, Robyn. A study in scandal, (Avon historical romance). New York: Avon Books, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2006576198;

81. DeMille, Nelson, and Otto Penzler. The best American mystery stories, 2004, (The Best American series). Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin, 2004.

22 cm. Bet on red / Jeff Abbott -- Stonewalls / Jeffrey Robert Bowman -- Height advantage / William J. Carroll -- Evolution / Benjamin Cavell -- All through the house / Christopher Coake -- Where beautiful ladies dance for you / Patrick Michael Finn -- How Wendy Tudhope was saved from sure and certain death / Rob Kantner -- Snake eyes / Jonathon King -- Harvey's dream / Stephen King -- Smash and grab / Michael Knight -- Bank of America / Richard Lange -- Lids / Tom Larsen -- Low tide / Dick Lochte -- The incident of the impecunious chevalier / Richard A. Lupoff -- Doll: a romance of the Mississippi / Joyce Carol Oates -- The swag from Doc Hawthorn's / Jack O'Connell -- Best man wins / Frederick Williams -- Something about Teddy / Timothy Williams -- El Rey / Scott Wolven -- Green heat / Angela Zeman. edited and with an introduction by Nelson DeMille ; Otto Penzler, series editor.; "Includes Richard Lupoff's Holmes/Dupin pastiche 'The Incident of the Impecunious Chevalier'"

82. Diamond, Susan Z., and Paul Churchill. Seventeen steps to slimness: a Sherlock Holmes diet manual. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisc: The Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

83. Dibdin, Michael. The last Sherlock Holmes story. 1st Vintage crime/Black Lizard ed, (Vintage crime/Black Lizard). New York: Vintage Books, 1996.

LC Control Number: 96129583; Scuttlebutt Feb 1996;

84. Dirda, Michael. "Book World; Clues to Sherlock Holmes." The Washington Post, April 11, 1994: B02.

Review of The Game is Afoot: Parodies, Pastiches & Ponderings of Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Marvin Kaye. St. Martin's. 512 pp. $24.95

85. Dixon, Franklin W. The giant rat of Sumatra. New York: Pocket Books, 1997.

Joe Hardy has joined the cast of a musical play based on a Sherlock Holmes investigation, but he has to call in his brother Frank to collaborate when someone tries to stop the show before it can go on.

86. Dow, Wanda, and Pleasant Places of Florida. City ablaze. Trinity, Fla.: The Pleasant Places of Florida, 2004.

Dr. Watson is alone at 221B when he is drugged and kidnapped. When he recovers, he finds himself in Buckingham Palace, where he is asked to help with an unusual problem

87. Drew, Bernard A. Literary Afterlife : the posthumous continuations of 325 authors' fictional characters. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., Inc., Publishers, 2010.

23 cm. Contents: Action and adventure. Edgar Rice Burroughs -- Michael Crichton -- C.S. Forester -- H. Rider Haggard -- Gary Jennings - W.E. Johns -- William W. Johnstone -- Jim Kjelgaard -- Alistair MacLean -- Patrick O'Brien -- Baroness Emmuska Orczy -- Sax Rohmer -- Barry Sadler -- Sapper -- Russell Thorndike -- Edgar Wallace -- Johann David Wyss -- Dornford Yates -- Classics (18th century and earlier.) Anonymous (Beowulf) -- Miguel Cervantes -- Geoffrey Chaucer -- John Cleland -- Daniel Defoe -- Henry Fielding -- Homer -- Alain-René Lesage -- Matthew Lewis -- Christopher Marlowe -- Murasaki Shikibu -- Samuel Richardson -- William Shakespeare -- Jonathan Swift -- Cao Xuequin -- Classic (19th century.) Edwin A. Abbott -- Louisa May Alcott -- Edward Bulwer-Lytton -- Anton Chekhov -- James Fenimore Cooper -- Charles Dickens -- Fyodor Dostoyevsky -- Alexandre Dumas -- George Du Maurier -- George Eliot -- Thomas Hardy -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- E.T.A. Hoffman -- Thomas Hughes -- Victor Hugo -- Henrik Ibsen -- Henry James -- Charles Kingsley -- Rudyard Kipling -- D.H. Lawrence -- Gaston Leroux -- Charles Maturin -- Herman Melville -- Edgar Allan Poe -- George Sand -- Sir Walter Scott -- George Bernard Shaw -- Mary Shelley -- Robert Louis Stevenson -- Harriett Beecher Stowe -- August Strindberg -- William Makepeace Thackeray -- Leo Tolstoy -- Anthony Trollope -- Ivan Turgenev -- Mark Twain -- Lew Wallace -- Edith Wharton -- Oscar Wilde -- Classics (20th century.) James Agee -- James Robert Baker -- Samuel Beckett -- Henry Bellamann -- Max Brand -- Albert Camus -- Raymond Carver -- William Frend De Morgan -- Daphne Du Maurier -- Ralph Ellison -- William Faulkner -- F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Alex Haley -- Ernest Hemingway -- James Hilton -- Franz Kafka -- Bernard Katz -- Jack Kerouac -- Jack London -- Malcolm Lowry -- Thomas Mann -- Horace McCoy -- Amanda McKittrick -- Grace Metalious -- Margaret Mitchell -- Vladimir Nabokov -- John O'Brien -- Kyle Onstott -- Boris Pasternak -- Richard Powell -- Mario Puzo -- Harold Robbins -- J.D. Salinger -- Michael Shaara -- Robert Neilson Stephens -- Jacqueline Susann -- Angela Thirkell -- Walter C. Urr -- Helen Van Slyke -- David Foster Wallace -- Robert Penn Warren -- Evelyn Waugh -- Thomas Wolfe -- Crime and mystery. Cleve F. Adams -- Margery Allingham -- William Ard -- H.C. Bailey -- Earl Derr Biggers -- John G. Brandon -- Heron Carvic -- William J. Caunitz -- Raymond Chandler -- Leslie Charteris -- G. K. Chesterton -- Agatha Christie -- Wilkie Collins -- Arthur Conan Doyle -- Cyril Connolly -- John Creasey -- Elizabeth Daly -- August Derleth -- R. Austin Freeman -- Emile Gaboriau -- Erle Stanley Gardner -- Bruce Graeme -- Patrick Hamilton -- Dashiell Hammett -- Thomas W. Hanshew -- Chester Himes -- Edward D. Hoch -- E.W. Hornung -- Delfried Kaufmann -- Ross MacDonald -- Stuart Palmer -- Ellery Queen -- Craig Rice -- Virginia Rich -- Elliott Roosevelt -- Rebecca Rothenberg -- Lawrence Sanders -- John A. Saxon -- Dorothy L. Sayers -- Georges Simenon -- Charles Merrill Smith -- Mickey Spillane -- Richard Stark -- Rex Stout -- Murray Thomas -- Arthur W. Upfield -- S.S. Van Dine -- Cornell Woolrich -- Espionage. Edward S. Aarons -- Desmond Bagley -- John Buchan -- Erskine Childers -- Ian Fleming -- Robert Ludlum -- Eugene Vidoccq -- Fantasy and horror. V.C. Andrews -- Robert Lynn Asprin -- Algernon Blackwood -- Marion Zimmer Bradley -- Avram Davidson -- David Gemmell -- Robert E. Howard -- Robert Jordan -- Robert Kornwise -- Richard Laymon -- Fritz Lieber -- H.P. Lovecraft -- Michael McDowell -- A. Merritt -- Andre Norton -- Mervyn Peake -- John William Polidori -- M.P. Shiel -- I. Sprague de Camp and Fletcher Pratt -- Bram Stoker -- J.R.R. Tolkien -- Manly Wade Wellman -- Cherry Wilder -- Austin Tappan Wright -- Humor. E.F. Benson -- Hugh Foulis -- George Grossmith -- Joel Chandler Harris -- Thorne Smith -- P.G. Wodehouse -- Juveniles (19th century). William Adams -- Horatio Alger, Jr. -- Helen Bannerman -- Lewis Carroll -- Oliver Optic -- Anna Sewell -- Johanna Spyri -- Juvenile (20th century). Robert Arthur, Jr. Wilbert Awdry -- Enid Bagnold -- J.M. Barrie -- L. Frank Baum -- Ludwig Bemelmans -- John Bellairs -- Enid Blyton -- Margaret Wise Brown -- Frances Hodgson Burnett -- Julie Campbell -- Matt Christopher -- James Oliver Curwood -- Jean de Brunhoff -- Dr. Seuss -- Walter Farley -- Rachel Field -- Louise Fitzhugh -- Don Freeman -- Kenneth Grahame -- Hardie Gramatky -- Johnny Gruelle -- Hergé -- Anthony R.M. Hodges -- Caroline Emilia Jacobs -- Ezra Jack Keats -- Eric Knight -- Rae Lambert -- Hugh Lofting -- Betty MacDonald -- Ellen MacGregor -- A.A. Milne -- Lucy Maud Montgomery -- Jack O'Brien -- Robert C. O'Brien -- Scott O'Dell -- Peggy Parish -- Eleanor H. Porter -- Beatrice Potter -- H.A. and Margaret Rey -- Dorothy Richards -- Frank Richards -- J.K. Rowling -- H.L. Sayler -- Richard Scarry -- Dodie Smith -- Margaret Sutton -- Albert Payson Terhune -- Barbara Euphan Todd -- Edith Van Dyne -- Charles Spain Verral -- Gertrude Chandler Warner -- Kate Douglass Wiggin -- Laura Ingalls Wilder -- Poets. Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- Emily Dickinson -- William Henry Drummond -- Robert Frost -- Joyce Kilmer -- Archibald Lampman -- Clement Clarke Moore -- Banjo Paterson -- Sylvia Plath -- Ernest Lawrence Thayer -- Henry David Thoreau -- Walt Whitman -- William Wordsworth -- Pulps. Lars Anderson -- Bertha M. Clay -- Maxwell Grant -- Kenneth Roberson -- Grant Stockbridge -- Romances. Jane Austen -- Charlotte Brontë -- Emily Brontë -- Georgette Heyer -- Grace Livingston Hill -- Science Fiction. Douglas Adams -- Isaac Asimov -- Alfred Bester -- Pierre Boulle -- Arthur C. Clarke -- Jo Clayton -- Brian Daley -- Philip K. Dick -- Robert Heinlein -- Frank Herbert -- Craig Hinton -- L. Ron Hubbard -- C.M. Kornbluth -- Walter M. Miller -- Philip Nowlan -- George Orwell -- H. Beam Piper -- Alex Raymond -- Eric Frank Russell -- E.E. "Doc" Smith -- A.E. van Vogt -- Jules Verne -- Kurt Vonnegut -- Stanley F. Weinbaum -- H.G. Wells -- John Wyndham -- Robert Zelazny -- Westerns. Burt Arthur -- B.M. Bower -- Max Brand -- Ralph Compton -- Hal Dunning -- Brian Wynne Garfield -- Zane Grey -- Marshall Grover -- William W. Johnstone -- Karl May -- Johnston McCulley -- Jon Messman -- Clarence E. Mulford -- Charles Portis -- Norman McLeod Raine -- Les Savage, Jr. -- Oliver stranger -- Fran Striker -- Jonas Ward -- Owen Wister. Includes bibliographical references (p. 335-341) and index.; "This reference book describes literary pastiches in which fictional characters have reappeared in new works after the deaths of the authors. It includes series that have continued under a deceased writer's real or pen name, undisguised offshoots issued under the new writer's name and posthumous collaborations in which a deceased author's unfinished manuscript is completed by another writer"--Provided by publisher.

88. Duane, Diane. To visit the Queen. Warner Books ed. New York: Warner Books, 1999.

Scuttlebutt Jul 2000.; "Translated from Ailurin, and features a team of feline wizards, caretakers of a time-gate at Grand Central Station in New York, who travel to London to help wizards there thwart a malevolent attempt to change history and destroy the world. The Queen they visit, time-gating to 1874, is Victoria, who is the target assassination attempt, and in the midst of their battle to prevent Armageddon they are assisted by a young human named Arthur Conan Doyle. The fantasy is intriguing, the concept nicely executed, and the book well-writte. Young Artie is only a supporting character (and yes, he did indeed make a three-week visit to London in 1874, invited by his aunt Annette)."

89. Dworkin, Ira Bernard. Sherlock takes a wife and other modern tales. 1st ed. Flemington, N.J: Creative Writers of Hunterdon, 1994.

LC Control Number: 93090974;

90. Elward, Miles. Sherlock Holmes in Canterbury. Kenley, Surrey: Wynne Howard Publishing, 1995.

91. Engel, Howard. Mr Doyle and Dr. Bell : a Victorian murder mystery. London: Duckworth, 2004.

20 cm.;

92. ———. Mr Doyle et Dr Bell / Uniform Title: Mr Doyle & Dr Bell. French., (Labyrinthes). Paris: Masque, 2005.

Traduit de l'anglais par Corinne Bourbeillon.;

93. ———. Mr. Doyle & Dr. Bell a Victorian mystery. Toronto: Penguin, 1998.

94. ———. Mr. Doyle & Dr. Bell a Victorian mystery. New York: Overlook Press, 2003.

LC Control Number: 2003042850;

95. Fink, Joseph, and Paul Churchill. Joe Fink tells tall Sherlockian tales. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch, 1998.

96. Fleissner, Robert F., and Alvin E. Rodin. The master sleuth on the trail of Edwin Drood Sherlock Holmes and the Jasper syndrome : an annotated pastiche. Philadelphia, Pa.: Xlibris Corp, 2002.

LC Control Number: 2001119385;

97. Fogg, Lawrence Daniel. Shady sinners of the Styx A Posthumous adventure of Sherlock Holmes. 1st separate ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: The Mysterious Bookshop, 1999.

Includes bibliographical references;

98. Forrest, George F., and Otto Penzler. The Adventure of the Diamond Necklace. 1st separate ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York, Los Angeles: The Mysterious Bookshop, 2000.

ill. ; 20 cm. "First separate edition limited to 221 copies"--t.p. verso. "A study in grotesque criminality"--upper cover. Introduction by Otto Penzler. First published in "Misfits" 1905.;

99. Frawley, Kenneth. Sherlock Holmes and the case of the missing American culture a novel. Philadelphia, Pa.: Xlibris, 2003.

As America imports Italian cookbooks and French bottled water, eats at sidewalk cafés, watches a bombardment of foreign films and the BBC America channel, President Clinton realizes that a mastermind is destroying American culture. Only Holmes can rescue America, if he can be persuaded to come out of retirement

100. Fullenkamp, Luke Steven. Sherlock Holmes and the adventure of the three dragons an original story. Bloomington, IN: 1stBooks, 2000.

Scuttlebutt Sep 2000.; "Is set in 1879, with Holmes and his friend Dr. Johnathan Watson defending London and the Queen from an evil Chinese villain."

101. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the ghost of the flying Dutchman an original story. Bloomington, IN: 1stBooks, 2001.

102. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the search for Excalibur. Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2004.

Excalibur was lost during Holmes and Watson's affair of the Flying Dutchman, but now they must recover it or Lady McBride will die. Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show is touring, and Bill Cody, Annie Oakley and Frank Butler become welcome allies in a hunt for the sword and a race against time

103. Futrelle, Jacques. The great suit case mystery. [Centerville, MA]: Seymour-Kyper Productions, 1995.

"April, 1995"/ "A Sherlock Holmes Pastiche"/ Typescripted copy of a previously published mystery story presented to the Scituate Public Library (Massachusetts) by Freddie Seymour. ;

104. ———. The great suit case mystery: a Sherlock Holmes pastiche. [Centerville, MA]: Seymour/Kyper Productions, 1998.

"Written by Jacques Futrelle in 1905 and originally featured in Hearst's Boston American."--Cover./ Includes Brainpower: the most powerful weapon, from the Jacques Futrelle;

105. Gaiman, Neil. Fragile things: short fictions and wonders. 1st ed. New York: William Morrow, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2006048135;

106. Gardner, Martin, and L. Frank Baum. Visitors from Oz the wild adventures of Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Woodman. 1st U.S. ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998.

LC Control Number: 98021114. Scuttlebutt Feb 1999; Dorothy and her friends visit New York City to publicize a new musical film about Oz, but plans go awry when two evil mobsters try to kill them. "The intrepid trio travel to an alternate-universe Wonderland, where they are assisted by Sheerluck Brown (a large brown private-detective bear wearing a deerstalker), and to New York, where they appear on The Oprah Winfrey Show."

107. George, Elizabeth. A moment on the edge : 100 years of crime stories by women. 1st U.S. ed. New York: HarperCollins, 2004.

24 cm. A jury of her peers / Susan Glaspell -- The man who knew how / Dorothy L. Sayers -- I can find my way out / Ngaio Marsh -- The summer people / Shirley Jackson -- St. Patrick's Day in the morning / Charlotte Armstrong -- The purple is everything / Dorothy Salisbury Davis -- Money to burn / Margery Allingham -- A nice place to stay / Nedra Tyre -- Clever and quick / Christianna Brand -- Country lovers / Nadine Gordimer -- The irony of hate / Ruth Rendell -- Sweet baby Jenny / Joyce Harrington -- Wild mustard / Marcia Muller -- Jemima Shore at the sunny grove / Antonia Fraser -- The case of the Pietro Andromache / Sara Paretsky -- Afraid all the time / Nancy Pickard -- The young shall see visions, and the old dream dreams / Kristine Kathryn Rusch -- A predatory woman / Sharyn McCrumb -- Jack be quick / Barbara Paul -- Ghost station / Carolyn Wheat -- New moon and rattlesnakes / Wendy Hornsby -- Death of a snowbird / J.A. Jance -- The river mouth / Lia Matera -- A scandal in winter / Gillian Linscott -- Murder-two / Joyce Carol Oates -- English autumn--American fall / Minette Walters. Originally published under the title: Crime from the mind of a woman. 100 years of crime stories by women.; "The stories include Gillian Linscott's 'A Scandal in Winter' (reprinted from Holmes for the Holidays).

108. Gibson, Brian. The mark of the Gunn and other untold tales. Shelburne, Ontario, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

109. Gilman, Laura Anne, and Keith R. A. DeCandido. Otherwere : stories of transformation. Ace ed, (Ace science fiction). New York: Ace Books : Berkley Pub. Group, 1996.

18 cm. Stag party / Christie Golden -- I've got the horse, right here / Josepha Sherman -- Inner child / Nina Kiriki Hoffman -- Thylacine dream / Julia Ecklar -- What? And give up show business? / Jody Lynn Nye -- The strange case of Ludwig the unspeakable / Esther M. Friesner -- Stealing the moon / Craig Shaw Gardner -- The coach with big teeth / R.A. Salvatore -- ...So the tears run to a perdestined end / Greg Cox -- Sea change / Marina Frants -- The way things ought to be / Adam-Troy Castro -- Ecdysis / Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald -- Sharewere / Shariann Lewitt -- Going too far / Doris Egan -- Moonlight becomes you / Peter David. Scuttlebutt Aug 2001.; "An anthology of new stories that deal with shape-shifting into something other than a werewolf; Esther M. Friesner's contribution is 'The Strange Case of Ludwig the Unspeakable', and it's an amusing parody involving a consulting detective and his narrator friend, both unnamed but easily recognized (don't neglect the brief biography of the author that precedes the story)."

110. Gilmore, Robert. The wizard of quarks a fantasy of particle physics. New York: Copernicus Books, 2001.

LC Control Number: 00059029. Includes bibliographical references and index. Contents: The Higgs of the Masskervilles; "In the tradition of his bestselling Alice in Quantumland, The Wizard of Quarks takes L. Frank Baum's classic tale of a little girl from Kansas and transforms it into a description of the practically indescribable world of subatomic particles. Dorothy's encounters with the Witch of Mass, the Witch of Charge, the Witch of Color, and the Weak Witch will help readers grasp the maddeningly elusive concepts that support the foundations of modern physics."--Book jacket

111. Gilmore, R. S. The wizard of quarks : a fantasy of particle physics. New York: London : Springer, 2000.

ill. ; 24 cm.; "With a chapter about 'The Higgs of the Masskervilles' in which Holmes explains the mysterious properties of the Higgs boson."

112. Glenn, Joshua. "The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes." The Boston Globe, September 19, 2004: D3.

"'Shamrock Womlbs had receeded a telephart whilst we sat at our lunch eating. . .. Quite sydney without warping he turd apod me with a miscarriage twinkle in his eye,' recounts Doctored Whopper in John Lennon's 1965 story collection 'A Spaniard in the Works.' Lennon's 'The Singularge Experience of Miss Anne Duffield' may be 'deliciously incomprehensible and yet gloriously comic,' write retired British research scientists Peter Ridgway Watt and Joseph Green. But the writing Beatle's impulse to pay homage to Sherlock Holmes was hardly original. In their new book 'The Alternative Sherlock Holmes' (Ashgate), Watt and Green present a comprehensive study of Holmes pastiches (in which he matches wits with everyone from Russian Nihilists to Jack the Ripper to Dracula), parodies (from Lennon's Womlbs to Sherlock Hemlock of 'Sesame Street'), and imitations (such as Augustus S F X Van Dusen, the 'Thinking Machine,' star of 35 excellent stories by Jacques Futrelle in the 1900s)...."

113. Goulart, Ron. Elementary, my dear Groucho. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Minotaur, 1999.

In 1930s Hollywood, comedian Groucho Marx investigates the murder of a Jewish film director. He uncovers a plot by the Nazis, who then come after him, guns blazing. A comic mystery.

114. Gracely, Daniel, and Sidney Paget. The giant rat of Sumatra from the lost cases of Sherlock Holmes. New Jersey?: Grandma's Attic Press, 2001.

Scuttlebutt Jan 2004.; "Another pastiche 'from the lost cases of Sherlock Holmes,' notable for some Paget illustrations photo-shopped to match scenes in the story."

115. ———. The strange doings of J. Leslie Ryder a Sherlock Holmes story. New Jersey?: Grandma's Attic Press, 2002.

116. Grafton, Sue, ed. The best American mystery stories, 1998. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1998.

Contents: Child support / David Ballard -- Swear not by the moon / Scott Bartels -- Keller on the spot / Lawrence Block -- The man next door / Mary Higgins Clark -- This is a voice from your past / Merrill Joan Gerber -- The old spies club / Edward D. Hoch -- Beyond dog / Pat Jordan -- Find Miriam / Stuart M. Kaminsky -- Secrets / Janice Law -- Adventure of the giant rat of Sumatra / John T. Lescroart -- Night crawlers / John Lutz -- Prayer for judgment / Margaret Maron -- Con doctor / Jay McInerny -- Black dog / Walter Mosley -- Faithless / Joyce Carol Oates -- Two ladies of Rose Cottage / Peter Robinson -- Twelve days out of traction / Dave Shaw -- Power of suggestion / Helen Tucker -- Take it away / Donald E. Westlake -- Rest of her life / Steve Yarbrough. Edited and with an introduction by Sue Grafton ; Otto Penzler, series editor.;

117. Green, Richard Lancelyn. The mystery of the spot ball an unrecorded 1893 Sherlock Holmes parody from the Edinburgh Student, (Rupert Books monograph series). Cambridge: Rupert Books, 1997.

Includes bibliographical references;

118. Greenberg, Martin Harry, Jon L. Lellenberg, and Daniel Stashower, eds. Ghosts in Baker Street, (New tales of Sherlock Holmes). New York, Berkeley, Calif.: Carroll & Graf. Distributed by Publishers Group West, 2006.

Contents: The Coole Park Problem / Clare and Michael Breathnach; The Adventure of the Librarian's Ghost / Jon L. Breen; Death in the East End / Colin Bruce; Some Analytical Genius, No Doubt / Caleb Carr; The Adventure of the Dog in the Nighttime / Paula Cohen; The Adventure of the St. Marylebone Ghoul / Bill Crider; The Devil and Sherlock Holmes / Loren Estleman; Sherlock Holmes and the Mummy's Curse / H. Paul Jeffers; The Adventure of the Late Orang Outang / Gillian Linscott; No Ghosts Need Apply / Barbara Roden; Selden's Tale / Daniel Stashower; A Scandal in Drury Lane or the Vampire Trap / Carolyn Wheat;

119. ———. Murder in Baker Street: new tales of Sherlock Holmes. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2001.

Contents: The Adventure of the Cheshire Cheese / Jon L. Breen; The Case of the Vampire's Mark / Bill Crider; The Case of the Borderland Dandelions / Howard Engel; The Adventure of the Arabian Knight / Loren Estleman; Darkest Gold / L. B. Greenwood; The Adventure of the Anonymous Author / Edward D. Hoch; The Man From Capetown / Stuart M. Kaminsky; A Hansom for Mr. Holmes / Gillian Linscott; The Case of the Bloodless Sock / Anne Perry; The Siren of Sennen Cove / Peter Tremayne; The remarkable Worm / Carolyn Wheat; "More than a century has passed since Arthur Conan Doyle introduced Sherlock Holmes to the reading public, but no literary detective has yet to match the Great Detective in popularity and to command the esteem of such legions of fans - not least among them the mystery writers who pay tribute to him in this collection. Ingeniously contrived and shrewdly executed, their tales revisit the comfortable clutter of the rooms of 221B Baker Street where Holmes in an old silk dressing gown, his gaze piercing and his fingers stained with chemicals or ink, again peruses a telling trifle or perhaps takes up his violin."--Book jacket

120. ———. Murder, my dear Watson new tales of Sherlock Holmes. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf Pub, 2002.

Contents: The Adventure of the Mooning Sentry / Jon L. Breen; The Adventure of the Dying Doctor / Colin Bruce; Before the Adventures / Lenore Carroll; The Adventure of the Young British Soldier / Bill Crider; The Adventure of the Curious Canary / Barry Day; The Riddle of the Golden Monkeys / Loren D. Estleman; The Vale of the White Horse / Sharyn McCumb; The Case of the Highland Hoax / Anne Perry and Malachi Saxon; Holmes and Watson, The Head and the Heart / Philip A. Shreffler; The Adventure of the Agitated Actress / Daniel Stashower; The Adventure of the Rara Avis / Carolyn Wheat;

121. Greenberg, Martin Harry, Jon L. Lellenberg, and Carol-Lynn Rössel Waugh. The New adventures of Sherlock Holmes: original stories by eminent mystery writers. 1st paperback rev. ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1999.

Contents: Foreward: Jon Lellenberg, on behalf of Dame Jean Conan Doyle -- The infernal machine / John Lutz -- The final toast / Stuart M. Kaminsky -- The phantom chamber / Gary Alan Ruse -- The return of the speckled band / Edward D. Hoch -- The adventure of the unique Holmes / Jon L. Breen -- Sherlock Holmes and "The Woman" / Michael Harrison -- The shadows on the lawn / Barry Jones -- The adventure of the Gowanus abduction / Joyce Harrington -- Dr. and Mrs. Watson at home / Loren D. Estleman -- The two footmen / Michael Gilbert -- Sherlock Holmes and the muffin / Dorothy B. Hughes -- The curious computer / Peter Lovesey -- The adventure of the persistent marksman / Lillian de la Torre -- The house that Jack built / Edward Wellen -- The doctor's case / Stephen King -- The second treaty / Daniel Stashower -- The adventure of the venomous lizard / Bill Crider -- Hostage to fortune / Anne Perry -- Afterword: Moriarty and the real underworld / John Gardner;

122. Gregson, J. M. Sherlock Holmes and the frightened golfer. London: Breese Books, 1999.

123. Guiver, Patricia. The beastly bloodline: a Delilah Doolittle pet detective mystery. 1st American pbk. ed. Santa Barbara: John Daniel & Co, 2003.

LC Control Number: 2003003907;

124. ———. Delilah Doolittle and the Canine Chorus. New York: Berkley Prime Crime, 2001.

LC Control Number: 2002597809;

125. ———. Delilah Doolittle and the careless coyote. New York: Berkley Prime Crime, 1998.

126. ———. Delilah Doolittle and the missing macaw. New York: Berkley Prime Crime, 2000.

LC Control Number: 2001545928;

127. ———. Delilah Doolittle and the motley mutts. New York: Berkley Prime Crime, 1998.

128. ———. Delilah Doolittle and the purloined pooch, (Pet detective mystery). New York: Berkley Prime Crime, 1997.

Scuttlebutt Apr 1998; "Stars a pet detective in southern California whose own Doberman pinscher is named Watson, which generates a bit of occasional Canonical dialogue during their pursuit of missing animals and assorted criminals. 'No animals were harmed in the writing of this book,' the acknowledgements promise."

129. Hacking, Heather. Historical cats : great cats who have shaped history. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2003.

col. ill. ; 19 cm. Scuttlebutt Mar 2005; "The cats include King Tutankhamin 'n' Kahmout (who invented the catflap), Richard the Furred, and Purrlock Holmes, all with amusing illustrations by the author."

130. Haft, Adele J., Jane G. White, and Robert J. White. The Key to "The Name of the Rose" : including translations of all non-English passages. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999.

ill. ; 21 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-192). Scuttlebutt Feb 2000; "Fans of William of Baskerville and his assistant Adso will also welcome the glossary of unfamiliar names of people, places, and heresies."

131. Hall, John. The abominable wife and other unrecorded cases of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Ashroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 1998.

Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt Dec 1999; "A thoughtful examination of the cases mentioned by Dr. Watson but never recorded for posterity, as well as the apocryphal cases and the Canonical and Uncanonical plays and parodies."

132. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the Abbey school mystery. London: Breese Books, 2001.

133. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the Adler papers. London: Breese Books, 2001.

134. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the boulevard assassin. London: Breese Books, 1998.

135. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the Hammerford will. London: Breese Books, 2001.

136. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the telephone murder mystery. London: Breese Books, 1998.

137. ———. The Travels of Sherlock Holmes. London: Breese Books, 1997.

Includes bibliographical references;

138. Hammer, David L. A distinct touch, Watson: being the final annals of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. Indianapolis, IN: Gasogene Books, 2003.

Scuttlebutt Jan 2005. Contents: The Adventure of the Deadly Doctor; The Adventure of the French Will; The Adventure of the Lord's Lament; Adventure of the Missing Husband; The Case of Morgan the Poisoner; The Case of the Colonel's Lady; The Case of the Lady or the Tiger; The Matter of the Deadly Doctor; The Matter of the Once and Future King; The Matter of the Pursuit of Ariadne's Thread; The Singular Adventures of Mr. Edmund Middleweek; The Singular Adventures of the Grice Pattersons in the Island of Uffa; the von und zu Grafenstein Matter; "Offers 13 new stories in his series of Sherlockian pastiches (the series now runs to four volumes, and his readers will grumble a bit at that 'final' in the subtitle, but David reports that he had decided that it is time, in appropriately lawyerly language, to cease and desist."

139. ———. My dear Holmes: being the continuing annals of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. Indianapolis: Gasogene Books, 2003.

Includes bibliographical references. Contents: The Adventure of the Tired Captain; The Amateur Mendicant Society; The Conk-Singleton Forgery Case; The Ferrers Documents; Huret, the Boulevard Assassin; The Manor House Case; The Matter of the Queen's Clew; The Papers of Ex-President Murillo; The Peculiar Persecution of John Vincent Harden; The Smith-Mortimer Succession Case; The Tankerville Club Scandal; The Tarleton Murders;

140. ———. A talent for murder. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wis: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

LC Control Number: 00698709;

141. ———. The vital essence: being the further annals of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. Indianapolis: Gasogene Books, 1999.

LC Control Number: 00503123. Scuttlebutt Jun 1999. Contents: The Abergavenny Murder; The Addleton Tragedy; The Bishopgate Jewel Case; The Case of the Farintosh Fancy; the Case of the Two Coptic Patriarchs; Caithness Castle Business; The Case of the Ancient British Barrow; Colonel Carruthers Plays Cards; The Forsythe Request; The Matter of the Fake Heliograph; Mr. James Phillimore's Umbrella; Murder Least Foul; "His second collection of hitherto-unreported cases hidden away by Dr. Watson. David notes that he has said several times that he would 'never demean the Canon by insinuating a pastiche into commerce,' adding unapologetically that he has found it to be great fun, and so it is."

142. ———. Yonder in the gaslight. Shelburne, Ont: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

Includes bibliographical references and index;

143. Harmidarow, Walter J. The final solution. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

144. Haskell, Owen. Sherlock Holmes and the Fall River Tragedy. 1st ed. North Providence, R.I: Lazarus Press, 1997.

145. Hasler, Martin K. 5 Neue Sherlock Holmes Stories. Triesen, Furstentum, Liechtenstein: the author, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Nov 1996;

146. Hastie, Edmund, and H. R. F. Keating. Sherlock Holmes and the disappearing prince and other stories. London: Breese Books, 2000.

147. Healey, Tim, and Friends of Dr. Watson. A trifling affair, (Friends' pastiche). Surrey, England: Friends of Dr Watson, 2002.

148. Henry, O., and Mattias Boström. Shamrock Jolnes äventyr. First ed, (CDM-biblioteket, 11). Falkenberg: Per Olaisen förlag, Psilander grafiska, 2003.

ill. ; 22 cm. Översättning från engelska av valda noveller. Translation by Mattias Boström.;

149. Herbert, Paul D. The adventure of the missing easel. Milford, Ohio: P.D. Herbert, 1994.

150. Heusinger, Paul E. The Secret Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Centennial, CO: Lifevest, 2006.

151. Hirayama, Yuichi. "Chinese Works in the History of Sherlockian Pastiches." Shoso-In Bulletin 11, no. (2001): 104-108.

152. Hjortsberg, William. Nevermore. 1st ed. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1994.

LC Control Number: 94009928; "In his first novel since the classic Falling Angel, William Hjortsberg returns to the labyrinthine world of mystery and horrific murder he has made uniquely his own." "Set in 1920s New York City, at the dawn of the Jazz Age, Nevermore opens with the shocking discovery of a brutal double murder in a Hell's Kitchen tenement. The seemingly random attack baffles the police, but as the murder rate escalates, each new crime more grotesque and elaborate than the last, a shocking pattern takes shape. From the bloodcurdling screams of a one-eyed cat atop a decomposing corpse to a bottle-blond floating in the Hudson River, the unknown killer meticulously recreates grisly scenes out of the pages of Edgar Allan Poe's fiction - crimes that until now existed only in the famed author's macabre imagination.". "Meanwhile, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the brilliant creator of Sherlock Holmes, while touring America to promote the Spiritualism in which he passionately believes, finds himself plagued by visits from Poe's ghost. His unlikely friend Harry Houdini, the world-renowned magician (who takes personal and professional pleasure in debunking mediums - all the while secretly yearning for contact with the beloved soul of his deceased mother), may in fact be the murderer's true target. Both men fall under the spell of Opal Crosby Fletcher, a beautiful and seductive high-society clairvoyant. Convinced she is the reincarnation of Isis, the ancient Egyptian fertility goddess, she truly appears to have the startling ability to contact inhabitants of the spirit world. Opal knows entirely too much about the nature of the crimes, and she haunts Houdini's dreams in ways that are not entirely spiritual.". "As the noose tightens around Houdini, he is bound together with Sir Arthur and Opal in a thrilling knot of maniacal terror. Forces beyond their comprehension conspire to destroy all three, sweeping them into a bloody vortex of vengeance, madness, and death."--Book jacket

153. ———. Nevermore. London: Orion, 1995.

154. ———. Nevermore. New York: St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Jan 1996; "The novel brings Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini to New York in 1923, where they are involved with Opal Crosby Fletcher (a provocative and beautiful medium) and a mysterious serial killer (who copies murders described in Edgar Allan Poe's stories, and whose targets include Conan Doyle and Houdini)."

155. ———. Nevermore. San Jose, CA: Radio Theater ; Redwood Press, 1994. Sound Recording 2 sound cassettes (ca. 180 min.).

analog. Dramatized. With full music score and effects. Participants: George A. Rittenberg, Cal West, Allen Norris, Mike Collins, Kerry Bligh, Eric Haven, Ric Iverson, Valerie Millar, Alaena "Lorrie" Reeder, Jeff Gaylon, Mike Collins, Quentin G. Long. Recorded at Stone Arbor, San Jose, CA - Studio B. William Hjortsberg. Producer and director, Jan Newcombe Hodges ; composer and music direction, Marc Robinson.; In Roaring Twenties New York, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini investigate a manaical serial killer who murders in the precise manner of Edgar Allen Poe stories.

156. Hoch, Edward D. The adventure of the cipher in the sand. 1st ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York (129 W. 56th St., New York 10019): Mysterious Bookshop, 1999.

LC Control Number: 2002522891;

157. ———. D:r Hawthornes sällsamma mysterier åtta kriminalnoveller. Bromma: Mälaröbörsen, 1998.

LC Control Number: 99206912;

158. Hornung, E. W. The collected Raffles stories. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

ill., map ; 20 cm. The amateur cracksman -- The black mask -- A thief in the night. Includes bibliographical references (p. [xxiii]). Introduced by Clive Bloom.;

159. ———. The A.J. Raffles omnibus. Shelburne, Ont.: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

ill. ; 29 cm. The amateur cracksman -- The black mask -- Raffles, the amateur cracksman : a play in four acts -- A thief in the night -- Mr. Justice Raffles -- The "game of life" : how Raffles and Hornung played the match : an introduction / by Kurt Kausler.;

160. ———. La máscara negra : nuevas aventuras de Raffles, el ladrón de guante blanco, (Colección Estrella.; Serie Misterio. Raffles). Barcelona: Ediciones Abraxas, 2004.

21 cm. Título original: The black mask.;

161. ———. Ladrón de guante blanco, (Colección Estrella.; Serie Aventuras. Raffles). Barcelona: Ediciones Abraxas, 2003.

21 cm. Título original: The amateur craksman.;

162. ———. Mr. Justice Raffles, (Kessinger Publishing's rare reprints). [Kila, Mont.]: Kessinger Pub., 2004.

24 cm.;

163. ———. Mr. Justice Raffles. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Fredonia Books, 2002.

21 cm. "Reprinted from the 1909 edition"--T.p. verso.;

164. ———. Raffles : further adventures of the amateur cracksman. 1st ed. Fairfield, IA: 1st World Library, 2007.

22 cm. No sinecure -- A jubilee present -- The fate of Faustina -- The last laugh -- To catch a thief -- An old flame -- The wrong house -- The knees of the gods.;

165. ———. Raffles : the amateur cracksman, (Crime classics). London: Atlantic, 2008.

Afterword by Robert Giddings.;

166. ———. Raffles, the amateur cracksman. Ware: Wordsworth, 1994.

167. ———. A thief in the night : a book of Raffles' adventures. Fairfield, IA: 1st World Library, 2007.

23 cm.;

168. Hornung, E. W., and Richard Lancelyn Green. Raffles, the amateur cracksman, (Penguin classics). London: Penguin, 2003.

20 cm. Originally published: London : Methuen, 1899. Includes bibliographical references. Edited with an introduction and notes by Richard Lancelyn Green. Scuttlebutt Feb 2004.; "Richard's introduction includes discussion of the stories literary context, and the relationship between Raffles and Holmes."

169. Hornung, E. W., and Francis Lacassin. Raffles, cambrioleur amateur / Uniform Title: Amateur cracksman. French. [Paris]: Omnibus, 2007.

Un cambrioleur amateur -- Le masque noir -- Le voleur de nuit -- Raffles le justicier. Traduction de: The amateur cracksman, The black mask, A thief in the night, Mr Justice Raffles. Présentation de Francis Lacassin.;

170. Hornung, E. W., and Eugene W. Presbrey. Raffles : the amateur cracksman : a play in four acts. Shelburne, Ont.: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

22 cm. Based on Hornung's novel with the same title.;

171. Hosier, Sydney. Elementary, Mrs. Hudson. New York: Avon Books, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Mar 1996; "Introducing Emma Hudson, the other sleuth of Baker Street: called in by old friend Vi Warner, who believes her employer has been murdered, a diligent Mrs. Hudson begins an investigation of the snobby upper-crust St. Clair family and uncovers evidence of a second murder."

172. ———. The game's afoot, Mrs. Hudson. New York: Avon Books, 1998.

Scuttlebutt July 1998;

173. ———. Kein Fall für Mr. Holmes. [Düsseldorf]: Econ-Taschenbuch-Verl., 1997.

174. Hunter, Greg, R. Michael Palan, Catherine Hernandez, and Marjorie Weinman Sharmat. Nate the Great: ideas and activities. Palos Verdes Estates, CA: Frank Schaffer Publications, 1992.

occasional Sherlockian artwork by R. Michael Palan;

175. Izban, Donald B. "To the Pastiches--May They Go On Forever." Shoso-In Bulletin 14, no. (2004): 53.

176. Izban, Donald B., and Paul Churchill. The Baker Street dozen : Sherlockian exercises how to be and stay fit at any age. Shelburne, Ont., Canada, Sauk City, Wis: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2001.

177. Jaffee, Mary L. Have a Little Patience: the singular adventures of an independent girl. Oceanside, CA: Vincent Brosnan, 1995.

Scuttlebutt Apr 1995; Mary L. Jaffee's amusing poetic tribute to Patience Moran, with excellent illustrations by Debra McWilliams, in a 24-page pamphlet

178. Jakubowski, Maxim. Crime yellow. London: Victor Gollancz, 1994.

179. Janda, Anita. The secret diary of Dr Watson death at the Reichenbach Fall. London: Allison & Busby, 2001.

180. Jannedal, Lars, Kaj Stenman, and Mattias Boström. Den löse skägghandlaren : nya fynd bland manuskript författade av Dr John H. Watson rörande hans upplevelser tillsammans med Mr Sherlock Holmes, Mungo-serien, 1;. Växjö: P. Olaisen, Chapmansskolans tr., 1994.

ill. ; 21 cm. Uppl. om 221 numr. ex. Originaluppl. 1994. med illustrationer av Kaj Stenman och ett förord av Mattias Boström.;

181. Jensen, Jens Byskov, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Hugo's Companions of Chicago (Organization). The outer rail, or, On trial for murder, but where. Chicago: Hugo's Companions, 2005.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [22]);

182. Johnson, Roger. "Romancing the Holmes: Some Thoughts on Sherlock Holmes Pastiche." The Musgrave Papers, no. 11 (1998): 117-138.

183. Johnson, Roger, and Chelmsford Theatre Workshop. The great detective the private life of Sherlock Holmes. Chelmsford England: Pyewacket Press, 2001.

184. Jozsa, Magda. Sherlock Holmes on the wild frontier. North Charleston, SC: BookSurge, LLC, 2005.

LC Control Number: 2005920346; Retained by Sir Eustace Plymouth to find his missing son, Holmes and Watson travel to the Colorado where they find the elusive heir and his new American wife. Getting the young couple home, past desperados and gold-crazed gunslingers proves more difficult than finding them

185. Kaye, Marvin. The Game is afoot: parodies, pastiches and ponderings of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994.

LC Control Number: 93044057. Contents: In the Island of Uffa / Poul Anderson; Sherlock Holmes Umpires Baseball; The Mystery of Pinkham's Diamond Study / John Kendrick Bangs; From the Diary of Sherlock Holmes / Maurice Baring; The Adventure of the Two Collaborators / James Barrie; How Holmes Came to Play the Violin / Jacques Barzun; The Gibraltar Letter / Sam Benady; Sherlock Holmes in Oz / Ruth Berman; The Dynamics of an Asteroid / Robert Block; The Adventure of the Bogle-Wolf / Anthony Boucher; The Strange Case of the Tongue-Tied Tenor / Carole Bugge; The Adventure of the Conk-Singleton Papers / John Dickson Carr; The Unmasking of Sherlock Holmes / Arthur Chapman; The Adventure of the Circular Room / August Derleth; The Field Bazaar / Arthur Conan Doyle; The Sinister Cheesecake / Craig Shaw Gardner; The Singular Adventure of the Unexpected Doorscraper / Kenneth Grahme; The Stolen Cigar Case / Bret Hart; The Enchanted Garden / H. F. Heard; The Theft of the Persian Slipper / Edward D. Hoch; The Problem of the Purple Maculas / James C. Iraldi; The Succored Beauty / William B. Kahn; The Histrionic Holmes / Marvin Kaye; The Adventure of the Missing Countess / Jon Koons; An Irreducible Detective Story / Stephen Leacock; the Umbrosa Burglary / R. C. Lehmann; The Moriarty Gambit / Fritz Lieber; A La Sherlock Holmes / Charles Loomis; The Sign of the '400' / R. K. Munkittrick; The Adventures of Shamrock Jones / O'Henry; The Adventure of the Marked Man / Stuart Palmer; Sherlock Holmes and the Drood Mystery / Edmund Pearson; Journal of a Shurka Physician / Daniel M. Pinkwater; Mrs. Hudson Speaks / ZaSu Pitts; The Really Final Solution / Nick Pollota; Daydream / Basil Rathbone; The Strange Case of the Megatherium Thefts / S. C. Roberts; Our American Cousins / Roberta Rogow; The Tibetan Adventures of Sherlock Holmes / Amanda Russell; The Murder of Conan Doyle / Ray Russell; The Adventure of the Death-Fetch / Darrell Schweitzer; The Dilemma of the Distressed Savoyard / Crighton Sellars; The Adventure of the Second Swag / Luke Sharp; The Adventure of the Unique Hamlet / Vincent Starrett; Sussex Interview / P. M. Stone; The Struldbrugg Reaction / John Sutherland; Bur Our Hero Was Not Dead / Manly Wade Wellman; The Adventure of the Clothes-line / Carolyn Wells; A Letter From Mycroft Holmes / Jon White;

186. ———. The resurrected Holmes: new cases from the notes of John H. Watson, M.D. 1st ed. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.

LC Control Number: 95041626. Contents: The Adventure of the Amateur Mendicant Society / John Gregory Betancourt; The Madness of Colonel Warburton; Holmes and the Loss of the British Barque Sophy Anderson / Peter Cannon; The Adventure of the Cripple Parade (The Singular Affair of the Aluminum Crutch) / William L. DeAndrea; The Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant / Craig Shaw Gardner; The Manor House Case / Edward D. Hoch; The Repulsive Story of the Red Leech / Morgan Llywelyn; The Adventure of the Boulevard Assassin / Richard A. Lupoff; Victor Lynch the Forger / Terry McGarry; Mrs. Vamberry Takes a Trip (Vamberry the Wine Merchant) / Mike Resnick; The Adventure of Ricoletti of the Club Foot (and his abominable wife) / Roberta Rogow; Sherlock Holmes, Dragon Slayer (The Singular Adventures of the Grice Patersons in the Island of Uffa) / Darrell Schweitzer; The Case of the Notorious Canary Trainer / Henry Slesar; The Gian Rat of Sumatra / Paula Volsky; "Kaye has posed his authors a double problem: to write a Sherlock Holmes story, and to write it in the style of yet another author. And the results are intriguing: the authors pastiched vary widely, and are as unusual as Jack Kerouac and H. P. Lovecraft and J. Thorne Smith (and I wonder uneasily how many of us there still are who fondly remember Smith's racy novels). You won't find the styles of Watson or Conan Doyle in this anthology, but there's fun to be had reading the stories."

187. Keane, David. The case of the haunted toolshed. 1st ed, (Joe Sherlock). New York: HarperCollins, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2005014898; A super-sleuth fourth grader solves the case of a neighbor's haunted toolshed

188. ———. The case of the mysterious dog poop. 1st ed, (Joe Sherlock). New York: HarperCollins, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2005014899; A super-sleuth fourth grader solves the case of mysterious dog poop on his neighbor's front lawn

189. ———. The headless mummy. 1st ed, (Joe Sherlock). New York: HarperCollinsPublishers, 2007.

LC Control Number: 2006029866; Super-sleuth fourth-grader Sherlock must solve the mystery of the missing head of a mummy from the town's Egyptian museum

190. ———. The vanishing monkey-eye diamond. 1st ed, (Joe Sherlock). New York: HarperCollins, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2006000556; During a neighbor's chaotic wedding day, a super-sleuth fourth grader solves the case when the wedding ring goes missing

191. Keating, H. R. F. The justice boy. 1st separate ed. Norfolk, Va: Crippen & Landru, 2006.

Prout has rescued a robin with a broken leg and is happy to see the bird apparently getting better, but one night discovers it "smashed" on the floor of the cage. The other fellows in his form decide to find out who killed the bird

192. Kelly, Gerard M. The adventure of the black arrow, (Sherlock Holmes mystery). Timperley: Baker Street Books, 1999.

193. ———. The chamber of sorrow mystery, (Sherlock Holmes mystery). Timperley: Baker Street Books, 1999.

194. ———. The Mayfair strangler, (Sherlock Holmes mystery). Timperley: Baker Street Books, 1999.

195. ———. The mysterious death of the Kennington verger, (Sherlock Holmes mystery). Timperley: Baker Street Books, 1999.

196. ———. The mystery at the Golden Cockerel, (Sherlock Holmes mystery). Timperley: Baker Street Books, 1999.

197. Kent, Trilby. The irregular part III. Shelburne, Ont: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

198. Kilcup, Dan. Chinese Box Mysteries : Sherlock Holmes. Volume II. Chantilly, VA: Allen Wayne Limited, 2000.

ill. ; 23 cm. Introduction -- The case of the wayward balloon -- The case of the family affair -- The case of the deserted ship -- The case of the warehouse rat -- The case of unbrotherly love -- The case of the gladstone bag -- The case of the wrong man -- The case of the ghost of Mackleton Castle.;

199. ———. Chinese box mysteries: Sherlock Holmes. Springfield, VA: Allen Wayne Limited, 1996.

LC Control Number: 96060634. Contents: The Devil to Pay; The Mystery of the Chinese Box; One Last Case; Time Study;

200. King, C. Daly. The complete curious Mr. Tarrant, (Crippen & Landru lost classics). Norfolk, VA: Crippen & Landru Publishers, 2003.

1st ed. 24 cm. The episode of the codex' curse -- The episode of the tangible illusion -- The episode of the nail and the requiem -- The episode of "Torment IV" -- The episode of the headless horrors -- The episode of the vanishing harp -- The episode of the man with three eyes -- The episode of the final bargain -- The episode of the little girl who wasn't there -- The episode of the sinister invention -- The episode of the absent fish -- The episode of the perilous talisman. The first eight stories were originally published in London by Collins Crime Club in 1935 under the title The curious Mr. Tarrant. Introduction by Edward D. Hoch. Scuttlebutt Dec 2003.; "Offers a collection of stories published in 1935, and additional uncollected stories, one being 'The Episode of the Sinister Inventor' (a Tarrant tale written in Watsonian style, reprinted from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Dec. 1946)."

201. Kisch, Robert Albert. Sherlock Holmes some unpublished cases. [Leicester, England]: [Institution of Diagnostic Engineers], 1995.

Contents: The "S.S. Friesland" -- The Dalkeith death -- The tinker's blowlamp -- The income tax inspector -- The perfect counterfeit -- The Scottish strongbox -- Of Brooklands and bees -- The Gutenberg mystery;

202. Klinger, Leslie S. The Adventure of the Wooden Box. 1st separate ed, (The Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: Mysterious Bookshop, 1999.

LC Control Number: 2001281328;

203. Knight, Amanda J. A. The unexpected adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisc: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2005.

Contents: No rats need apply -- Sherlock Holmes meets Atropos -- The singular case of the Farquhar ruby;

204. Knox, E. V. Me, or the strange epsisode of the reincarnated Greek. 1st separate ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: The Mysterious Bookshop, 1999.

205. Koch, Hugo. The adventure of the American violinist. S.l: s.n., 1997.

206. Landrum, Graham. The Rotary Club murder mystery. New York: St. Martin's Paperbacks, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Jun 1996; "There are two Sherlockian chapters ('The Baker Street Irregulars' and 'Second Meeting of the Baker Street Irregulars'), and there was a hardback edition from St. Martin's in 1993."

207. Le Fanu, James. "The case of the missing data." BMJ: British Medical Journal 325, no. 7378 (2002): 1490.

Presents the fictional story 'The case of the missing data,' by James LeFanu, which includes the characters Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

208. Leacock, Stephen, and Daniel Handler. Nonsense novels. New York: New York Review Books, 2005.

19 cm. Originally published: London : John Lane, 1911. With new introduction by Daniel Handler. Scuttlebutt May 2005.; "Stephen Leacock's parody 'Maddened by Mystery; or, The Defective Detective' was first published in...1911."

209. Leblanc, Maurice. Arsène Lupin contre Herlock Sholmes, (Lectures CLE en français facile). [Paris]: CLE International, 2006.

ill. ; 18 cm. "1000 Mots". Adpate en francais facile par Brigitte Faucard-Martinez.;

210. Lellenberg, Jon L. Knowledge of the occult -- immense. Arlington, Va: Dispatch-Box Press, 1973.

211. ———. Nova 57 minor the waxing and waning of the sixty-first adventure of Sherlock Holmes, (Occasional paper of The Dispatch-Box Press). Alexandria, Va: Dispatch-Box Press, 1978.

Citations: De Waal C12000. Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-28); The history of Arthur Whitaker's pastiche, "The Man Who Was Wanted," originally attributed to Doyle; with a chronological bibliography of items about the story

212. ———. Sherlock Holmes in parody and pastiche an oral essay, (Occasional paper of The Dispatch-Box Press). Alexandria, Va: The Dispatch-Box Press, 1978.

Citations: De Waal C21307;

213. Lellenberg, Jon L., and Arthur Whitaker. Nova 57 minor the waxing and waning of the sixty-first adventure of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. Bloomington, Ind: Gaslight Publications, 1990.

LC Control Number: 89080834. Citations: De Waal C12002. Includes bibliographical references (p. 103-104) and index;

214. Lescroart, John T. Son of Holmes. New York: New American Library, 2003.

20 cm. Originally published: New York : Donald I. Fine, c1986. Scuttlebutt Aug 2003.; "Sherlockian only for occasional references to the parentage and inherited abilities of the protagonist: Auguste Lupa (a large man who is partial to yellow shirts, beer, and gourmet meals)."

215. ———. Son of Holmes & Rasputin's revenge : the early works of John T. Lescroart. New York: D.I. Fine, 1995.

21 cm. ;

216. Lima, Joel. Sherlock Holmes and the mysterious card. 1st ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: Mysterious Bookshop, 1999.

217. Lofficier, Jean-Marc, Randy Lofficier, and Matthew Baugh. The vampires of Paris : stories. Encino, CA: Black Coat Press, 2009.

Edited by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier ; cover by Alan Weiss. ill. ; 23 cm. Tales of the shadowmen ; v. 5. Death of a shadowman -- The Tarot of the shadowmen / Michelle Bigot -- The Way of the Crane / Matthew Baugh -- Iron and bronze / Christopher Paul Carey & Win Scott Eckert -- Tros must be crazy! / G.L. Gick -- May the ground not consume thee / Micah Harris -- The knave of diamonds / Tom Kane -- Perils over Paris / Lovern Kindzierski -- All predators great and small / Rick Lai -- The heart of a man / Roman Leary -- A matter without gravity / Alain le Bussy -- Madame Atomos' holidays / Jean-Marc Lofficier -- The English gentleman's ball / Randy Lofficier -- The most exciting game / Xavier Mauméjean -- A root that beareth gall and worms / Jess Nevins -- The dynamics of an asteroid / John Peel -- The smoking mirror / Frank Schildiner -- The Milkman Cometh / Stuart Shiffman -- The Jade Buddha / David L. Vineyard -- The vampire in Paris / Brian Stableford.; An anthology of pastiches featuring legendary heroes and villains of literary history, including Arsène Lupin, Professor Moriarty, Sherlock Holmes, Monsieur Lecoq.

218. Lovesey, Peter, Dick Francis, Carol Heyer, Detection Club, and Len Deighton. The verdict of us all: stories by the Detection Club for H.R.F. Keating. 1st ed. Norfolk, Va: Crippen & Landru, 2006.

219. Lovisi, Gary. "Writing the Sherlockian Pastiche." Shoso-In Bulletin 14, no. (2004): 77-79.

220. Lumb, Tony. Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Featherstone policeman. Featherstone: Briton Press, 1993.

221. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the Study of Death. Featherstone [England]: Briton Press, 1998.

"Tony Lumb's third pastiche about Holmes' adventures in Yorkshire (where Tony lives, so he handles the local color well indeed); it's a locked-room murder mystery."

222. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the white lady of Featherstone. Featherstone [England]: Briton Press, 1994.

223. Mack, Tracy, and Michael Citrin. The fall of the Amazing Zalindas. 1st ed, (Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars). New York: Orchard Books, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2005034000; The ragamuffin boys known as the Baker Street Irregulars help Sherlock Holmes solve the mysterious deaths of a family of circus tightrope walkers

224. Maclaren, Angus, and David L. Hammer. My dear Watson: being the annals of Sherlock Holmes. Dubuque, IA: Gasogene Press, 1995.

LC Control Number: 95116229. Contents: A Matter of Murder in Hampstead; A Matter of Royal Honour; The Matter of the Assassination League; The Matter of the Cashiered Colonel; The Matter of the Dangerously Generous Benefactor; The Matter of the Furnival Curse; The Matter of the Pigeons-Blood Ruby; The Matter of the Poisoned Bridegroom; The Matter of the Royal Varietal; The Matter of the Solitary Cellist; The Matter of the Sudden Death of Cardinal Tosca; The Matter of the Superfluous Stamp; The Matter of the Vatican Cameos;

225. Maguire, Eddie. A Death at the Cricket: a Sherlock Holmes adventure. Bridgwater: Big House Books, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Aug 1996; "Follows in the footsteps of last year's The Irish Professor. The new pastiche takes Holmes and Watson to Sussex for a cricket match and a murder mystery."

226. ———. The Irish Professor. Bridgwater: Big House Books, 1995.

Scuttlebutt Sept 1995; "A pleasant pastiche that takes Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson to County Sligo and an encounter with the Gore-Booths in 1897 (well before the time of Sir Paul of S'ian fame)."

227. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the secret mission. London: Irregular Special Press, 2005.

228. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the secret mission. Large type ed. Preston: Dales Large Print Books, 2007.

229. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the Tandridge Hall murder and other stories. London: Breese Books, 2000.

230. ———. The Strange affair at Glastonbury a Sherlock Holmes adventure, (Charles Merriman monographs). Bridgewater, Somerset, UK: Big House Books, 1999.

Scuttlebutt Oct 1999; "Eddie Maguire's fourth pastiche. Holmes and Watson are in Somerset, where a series of apparent practical jokes conceal a far more serious mystery."

231. ———. A Voice from the Ether. Bridgwater: Big House Books, 1998.

Scuttlebutt May 1998; "Eddie Maguire's third pastiche; an Edison phonograph presents a mystery to Sherlock Holmes in 1891, and he solves it in Essex."

232. Martin, Eduard. The Lost Adventures of Sherlock Holmes : from the secret diaries of Dr. Watson. Praha: Pragma, 1996.

19 cm.;

233. Martin, Les. Young Indiana Jones and the Titanic adventure, (Young Indiana Jones books). New York: Random House, 1993.

LC Control Number: 93009785. Scuttlebutt July 1995; In 1912, Indy has hair-raising adventures with German saboteurs, Irish revolutionaries, and a fortune hunter aboard the ill-fated Titanic, and meets Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

234. McGinley, E. W., and Mycroft Holmes Society of Syracuse. The adventure of the elusive eagle: being an ephemeral Sherlock Holmes pastiche written for the amusement of the members of the Mycroft Holmes Society of Syracuse, New York. Fayetteville, NY: Mycroft Holmes Society Press, 1997.

235. McGrath, Charles. "Sherlock Holmes's eternal appeal." The International Herald Tribune, May 24, 2005: 10.

Mention of recent works on Holmes including Klinger's Annotated and Carr's Italian Secretary, among others. "Sherlock Holmes, the subject of a spate of recent books, has enjoyed what must surely be the most extensive afterlife of any character in fiction. To begin with, he survived the attempt of his own creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, to kill him off in the 1893 story 'The Final Problem,' the one that begins with Watson writing, 'It is with a heavy heart that I take up my pen'..."

236. ———. "What Makes Him The Supersleuth?" New York Times, May 20, 2005: E.2:27.

Nearly identical article to that in the International Herald Tribune. "...Holmes has since become a one-man entertainment complex. He has been the subject of at least 100 movies and nearly as many plays and radio dramas, and he has inspired an entire library's worth of books. There have been countless sequels and knockoffs -- among them Nicholas Meyer's trilogy, which paired Holmes with figures like Freud, Oscar Wilde and the Phantom of the Opera; Laurie R. King's Mary Russell novels, about a young heiress who teams up with the retired Holmes; and ''A Samba for Sherlock,'' by the Brazilian writer and television personality Jo Soares, which transports a fumbling, nearsighted Holmes to Rio to solve the case of a stolen violin. There is also a vast and ever-growing trove of serious and semiserious Holmes scholarship...."

237. McKuras, Julie. "100 Years Ago." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 4, no. 2 (2000): 2.

Discusses the December 1900 publication of the parody "The Stolen Cigar-Case By A. C---N D--le, Author of 'Rodney Stone and other Light Weights'." in Pearson's Magazine as well as its author Bret Harte.

238. Memmott, Carol. "Holmes resurfaces in two new tales." USA Today, April 21, 2005: D4.

"Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has been dead for nearly 75 years, but his most famous literary creation, Sherlock Holmes, lives on as never before. Two critically acclaimed authors, Caleb Carr and Mitch Cullin, are following in Conan Doyle's foot-steps by placing Holmes and his loyal friend Dr. Watson at the center of their new novels...."

239. Michaels, Barbara. Duch rodziny bellów, (Pod róza). Warszawa: Prószynski i S-ka, 2002.

21 cm. Translation of: Other worlds. Malgorzata Tkaczyk. / Uniform Title: Other worlds. Polish; A conference of specialists on the occult is convened to analyze two 19th century ghost hauntings, one in Tennessee, the other in Connecticut. Attended by such experts as Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the conference attempts to arrive at an explanation. By the author of The Dancing Floor.

240. ———. Other Worlds. Large type ed. Bath: Windsor, 1999.

25 cm. Publisher's no. AB9296.; A conference of specialists on the occult is convened to analyze two 19th century ghost hauntings, one in Tennessee, the other in Connecticut. Attended by such experts as Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the conference attempts to arrive at an explanation. By the author of The Dancing Floor.

241. ———. Other Worlds. [S.l.]: MPM Manor, 1999.

A conference of specialists on the occult is convened to analyze two 19th century ghost hauntings, one in Tennessee, the other in Connecticut. Attended by such experts as Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the conference attempts to arrive at an explanation. By the author of The Dancing Floor.

242. ———. Other Worlds. 1st ed. New York: HarperCollinsPublishers, 1999.

25 cm.; A conference of specialists on the occult is convened to analyze two 19th century ghost hauntings, one in Tennessee, the other in Connecticut. Attended by such experts as Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the conference attempts to arrive at an explanation. By the author of The Dancing Floor.

243. ———. Other Worlds. Large type ed. Thorndike, Me.: G.K. Hall, 1999.

25 cm.; A conference of specialists on the occult is convened to analyze two 19th century ghost hauntings, one in Tennessee, the other in Connecticut. Attended by such experts as Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the conference attempts to arrive at an explanation. By the author of The Dancing Floor.

244. ———. Other Worlds. New York: HarperCollinsPublishers, 2000.

18 cm. "Harper Choice."; A conference of specialists on the occult is convened to analyze two 19th century ghost hauntings, one in Tennessee, the other in Connecticut. Attended by such experts as Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the conference attempts to arrive at an explanation. By the author of The Dancing Floor.

245. Milligan, Spike. The Hound of the Baskervilles according to Spike Milligan. Special 80th birthday ed. London: Virgin, 1998.

Scuttlebutt May 1998; "Milligan has some familiarity with the story, having played a Policeman in the Peter Cook/Dudley Moore film 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' (1978); he also has played Sherlock Holmes in a skit broadcast in the BBC-TV 'Q' series."

246. ———. The Hound of the Baskervilles according to Spike Milligan. London: Virgin, 2001.

"Milligan has some familiarity with the story, having played a Policeman in the Peter Cook/Dudley Moore film 'The Hound of the Baskervilles' (1978); he also has played Sherlock Holmes in a skit broadcast in the BBC-TV 'Q' series."

247. Milne, A. A. Il mistero di Casa Rossa, (Il giallo economico classico, 171). Roma: Compagnia del Giallo, 1998.

Italian. The Red House Mystery;

248. ———. The Red House mystery. Mineola, N.Y.: Dover Publications, 1998.

Scuttlebutt Feb 1999; "Two of the characters assume the roles of Holmes and Watson to solve the mystery."

249. Mitchell, Basil, and Frederic Arnold Kummer. The adventures of Shirley Holmes. Shelburne, Ont.: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2003.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 199-201). Contents: The Holmses of Baker Street, by Basil Mitchell -- The adventure of the queen bee, adapted by Frederic Arnold Kummer from the play by Basil Mitchell -- The Canterbury Cathedral murder, by Frederic Arnold Kummer and Basil Mitchell;

250. Monahan, Eric. Disjecta membra including the new adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Holmes under the lens. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

Includes bibliographical references and index;

251. ———. The great fires of London and the darlington substitution scandal two new adventures of Sherlock Holmes / by Eric Monahan. Devon: Eric Monahan, 2000.

252. ———. The Isadora Persano affair and the swan upping adventure two new Sherlock Holmes stories. Devon, England: Eric Monahan, 2000.

Added Title: Swan upping adventure;

253. ———. Sherlock Holmes right and wrong three new adventures of the world's first consulting detective. Devon, England: Eric Monahan, 1999.

Contents: The Mystery of "the violet garside" -- The Case of the missing miniatures -- Sherlock Holmes's worst case;

254. ———. The triumphs of Sherlock Holmes three new cases. Devon, England: E. Monahan, 2001.

Contents: The little problem of the Grosvenor Square furniture van -- The case of the illiterate author -- The haunting of Martynside Hall;

255. Monfredo, Miriam Grace, and Sharan Newman. Crime through time II. Berkley Prime Crime ed. New York: Berkley Prime Crime, 1998.

Table of Contents: Murder one / Walter Satterthwait -- The Etruscan house / John Maddox Roberts -- Domesday Deferred / Edward Marston -- The movable city / Edward D. Hoch -- The case of the Santo Niño / Anne Perry -- Anna and the mirror / Dianne Day -- Mizu-age / Laura Joh Rowland -- A scientific education / Nancy Kress -- A mule named Sal / Miriam Grace Monfredo -- Sense and sensuality / Robert Barnard -- The high constable and the Rochester rappers / Maan Meyers -- The ballad of Gentleman Jem / Gillian Linscott -- The hungry ghost of Panamint / William F. Wu -- The promised land / Sharan Newman -- Mesmerizing Bertie / Carole Nelson Douglas -- A man of my stature / Jan Burke -- Fearful / Sarah Smith -- Unsinkable / Elizabeth Foxwell -- Dorothy past and present / Michael Coney.;

256. Moreton, Douglas. The papers in the case. London: Cadds Printing Ltd., 1997.

Scuttlebutt Dec 1997; "Offers five pastiches (one of them a short puzzle in logic and geometry, and another a discussion of the Jack the Ripper mystery)."

257. Moreton, Douglas, and Arthur Douglas. "After you Holmes--": four pastiches. Romford: Ian Henry, 1997.

258. ———. The unrelated adventures of Clewlow Holmes. London: Cadds Printing, 1997.

259. Morlock, Frank J. Sherlock Holmes the Grand Horizontals. Encino, CA: Black Coat Press, 2006.

Contents: The Grand Horizontals -- The adventure of Merlin's tomb -- The adventure of the Mulberry Street Irregular -- The man who fell from heaven -- Clash of the vampires -- The silent treatment -- The curious circumstance of the maid's mustache;

260. Mulligan, Hugh A. A Christmas to forget at 221B. 1st ed. Frederick, MD: Hilliard Harris Pub., 2002.

24 cm.;

261. Neblett, William. Sherlock's logic. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1993.

Bibliography: p. 289-290; Scuttlebutt Sept. 1998; "Holmes' grandson attempts to solve a murder mystery in the first third of the book, with the rest of the book devoted to an exposition of elementary logic."

262. Nicholson, Marjorie, ed. Tolerance vs intolerance. London: FOREST, 1995.

"A 28-pamphlet published in 1995 by FOREST [The Freedom Organisation for the Right to Enjoy Smoking Tobacco]; it's a collection of stories favoring smoking, and one of them is Guy N. Smith's 'The Adventure of the Dark Shag' (with Sherman Hulme, Dr. Wilson, and Professor Morrissey)."

263. Nicodème, Béatrice. Wiggins et la ligne chocolat, (Souris noire). Paris: Syros jeunesse, 1998.

17 cm.;

264. ———. Wiggins et le perroquet muet, (Souris noire). Paris: Syros jeunesse, Bussière camedan impr., 1997.

ill., couv. ill. en coul. ; 17 cm.;

265. ———. Wiggins et Sherlock contre Napoleon, (Vertige. Policier.; Hachette jeunesse). Paris: Hachette jeunesse, 2000.

18 cm.;

266. Nicodeme, Beatrice, and Hervé Blondon. Un rival pour Sherlock Holmes, (Hachette jeunesse). Paris: Hachette, 1996.

ill. ; 18 cm. Illustrations d'Hervé Blondon.;

267. Nicolls, Barb. The adventures of Kirsten Downey. 1st ed. New Castle, Penn: Peace Makers, 1995.

LC Control Number: 95193176; Scuttlebutt June 1995; "Is a collection of twelve stories set in the 1890s, about a young American woman who becomes a detective, and in one story winds up meeting Sherlock Holmes. The stories have many echoes from the Canon (and considerable borrowed dialogue), and some nicely appropriate period illustrations..."

268. Nolan, William F. Down the long night, (Five Star first edition mystery series). Unity, ME: Five Star, 2000.

22 cm. Pirate's moon -- Death drag -- The most exciting night of his life -- The beast of Bubble City -- A good day -- Fyodor's Law -- Die, clown, die! -- I'll get away with it -- Hi, Mom! -- Silk and fire -- Once upon a time -- Down the long night. With an introduction by Ed Gorman. Scuttlebutt Jul 2001.; "A collection of his short stories, including 'Sungrab' (which was first published in 1980 in After the Fall, a paperback anthology edited by Robert Sheckley; Mars-based private eye Sam Space, aided by robots named Holmes and Watson, pursues a new manifestation of the Baskerville curse."

269. Nolane, Richard D., and Olivier Roman. Harry Dickson, le Sherlock Holmes américain, (Preuve par 4). Toulon: Soleil, 1998.

chiefly ill. ; 33 cm. L'île des possédés -- Le démon de Whitechapel -- Les amis de l'enfer -- L'ombre de Blackfield. Title on cover: Harry Dickson. Pastiche of Sherlock Holmes. scénario, Nolane ; dessins, Roman.;

270. Nordberg, Nils. The adventure of the thin man. Denmark, Copenhagen: TTG Press for the Kings of Scandinavia. distributed through Antikvariat Pinkerton, 1995.

271. Nye, Edwin R., and Bruce B. Mahalski. The adventure of the teddy bear's ribbon and other tales. Dunedin, N.Z: Halvon Press, 2004.

Contents: The adventure of the teddy bear's ribbon -- The invisible man -- The adventure of the giant rat of Sumatra -- The mystery of the rotating cucumber -- The society of doves -- The missing torque -- The mystery of the bell that did not ring -- The mystery of the white stick -- The financial consultant -- The benevolent society -- The strange case of Mrs. Collins;

272. Oatley, Keith. The case of Emily V. London: Secker & Warburg, 1993.

Includes bibliographical references;

273. O'Connor, J. Regis. The sacred seal. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: The Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

274. Osawa, Arimasa. Basukabiru-ke no inu, (Kodansha bunko). Tokyo: Kodansha, 2004.

Language: Japanese. Fiction./ Published in 2002 under title: Osawa Arimasa no Basukabiru-ke no inu./ Based on: The hound of the Baskervilles / Arthur Conan Doyle.;

275. Paxton, Bill, and Kerstin Paxton. The hidden adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Independence, MO: Omnibus Enterprises, 2000.

276. ———. The hidden adventures of Sherlock Holmes II. Independence, MO: Omnibus Enterprises, 2001.

Contents: The mysterious key -- The stolen treasure of the Knights of Malta -- Wart's dilemma;

277. Peel, John. Evolution. London: Virgin Publishing, 1994.

Scuttlebutt Feb. 1995;

278. Picker, Leonard. "The Real Sherlock Holmes." Publishers Weekly 253, no. 27 (2006): 56-56.

The article presents an interview with David Pirie, author of three mysteries. He explained his reasons for writing mysteries about Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes. He discussed his novel The Dark Water. He shared how he had created his characters Doyle and Joseph Bell for BBC.

279. Pitt, David. "Gaslight Grimoire: Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes." Booklist 105, no. 4 (2008): 25.

Reviews the book "Fantastic Tales of Sherlock Holmes: Gaslight Grimoire" by Jeff Campbell. "...This anthology, featuring such writers as Barbara Hambly, Chris Roberson, and Kim Newman, purports to present the kinds of Holmes stories Conan Doyle might have written if he had allowed Holmes to become involved with the otherworldly. The stories are a mixed lot, with characters ranging from Peter Pan to a 1940s Los Angeles private eye to old friends like Professor Moriarty and Inspector Lestrade, but unfortunately some of them read not like a story Conan Doyle might have written but like fan fiction--long on imagination but short on execution. Others, however, are a lot of fun, well written and entertaining. Holmes devotees may be a bit disappointed, but fans of fantastic fiction should be happy to see the famous detective stepping into their world."

280. Pleasant Places of Florida (Holmes Beach, FL). The adventure of the glorious Scot another exciting Sherlockian round-robin pastiche. Holmes Beach, Fla.: Pleasant Places of Florida, 1999.

281. ———. A Case of Hide 'N' Tea. Holmes Beach, Fla.: Pleasant Places of Florida, 1994.

282. Pleasant Places of Florida (Palm Harbor, FL). The Adventure of the Yule Lantern. Palm Harbor, FL: The Pleasant Places of Florida, 1998.

Scuttlebutt Apr 1998; "The Pleasant Places of Florida are continuing their tradition of publishing round-robin pastiches."

283. Randall, Warren, and Laurie Manifold. And to think that I saw it on Mulbaker Street. South Setauket, N.Y: Prescott's Press, 2003.

If Wiggins, the BSI "lieutenant" who led Holmes's band of street Arabs, had decided to enliven his report as did the young boy of Dr. Seuss's poem, Wiggins might have created this report after sighting a horse pulling a hansom on Mulbaker Street.

284. Raymond, Trevor S. et al. "Which of you is Holmes? A special Canadian Holmes edition on Sherlockian pastiche." Canadian Holmes 20, no. 2 (1996): 4-39.

285. Razzi, Jim, Mary Razzi, Ted Enik, and Marie-Andrée Clermont. Les enquêtes mystérieuses de Sherloque Fin-museau, détective, tome 1, (Série Détectives-amateurs). Montréal: Éditions Héritage, 1994.

ill. ; 20 cm. Translation of: The Sherluck-Bones mystery detective, Book 1. Juvenile paraody of Sherlock Holmes. par Jim et Mary Razzi ; illustrations, Ted Enik ; traduit de l'anglais par Marie-Andrée Clermont.;

286. Reaves, Michael, and John Pelan. Shadows over Baker Street. 1st ed. New York: Ballantine Books, 2003.

LC Control Number: 2003283550; Contents: A Case of Royal Blood / Steven Elliot Altman; Tiger! Tiger! / Elizabeth Bear; The Curious Case of Miss Violet Stone / Poppy Z. Brite and David Ferguson; Nightmare in Wax / Simon Clark; The Mystery of the Hanged Man's Puzzle / Paul Finch; A Study in Emerald / Neil Gaiman; The Adventure of the Antiquarian's Niece / Barbara Hambly; The Drowned Geologist / Caitlin R. Kiernan; The Horror of the Many Faces / Tim Lebbon; The Weeping Masks / James Lowder; The Adventure of the Voorish Sign / Richard A. Lupoff; The Adventure of the Exham Priory / F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; The Mystery of the Worm / John Pelan; The Case of the Wavy Black Dagger / Steve Perry; The Adventure of the Arab's Manuscript / Michael Reaves; Art in the Blood / Brian Stableford; A Case of Insomnia / John P. Vourlis; Death Did Not Become Him / Derek Niall Wilson and Patricia Lee Macomber

287. ———. Shadows over Baker Street. 1st Trade Paperback ed. New York: Ballantine Books, 2005.

LC Control Number: 2004111418;

288. Reboux, Paul, Charles Muller, and Olivier Barrot. À la manière de ... : Tolstoï, Lamartine, Anna de Noailles, Baudelaire, Mistral, Loti, Gyp, Maeterlinck, Jammes, Barrès, Heredia, Tristan Bernard, Conan Doyle, Shakespeare, Racine, D'Annunzio, Chateaubriand, Déroulède, Henry Bordeaux, H. Bataille, G. Lenotre, Mallarmé, André de Lorde, Péguy, Verlaine, Bernstein, Morand, La Fontaine, J.H. Fabre, Proust, Dr Mardrus, Buffon, Hugo, Giraudoux, Radiguet, L. Daudet, Comtesse de Ségur, Roussel, (Les cahiers rouges). Paris: Grasset, 1998.

19 cm. Includes biographical information on some of the lesser-known authors parodied. Reboux, Muller ; présentation et choix par Olivier Barrot.;

289. Reed, Kevin J. The Adventures of Cockroach Bones. San Pedro and Lomita: The Tiger's Paw, 1997.

Parodies of the stories of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

290. Riccardi, Theodore. The oriental casebook of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. New York: Random House, 2003.

LC Control Number: 2002036947. Contents: The Case of Anton Furer; The Case of the French Savant; The Case of Hodgson's Ghost; The Case of the Viceroy's Assistant; An Envoy to Lhasa; The Giant Rat of Sumatra; Murder in the Thieves' Bazaar; The Mystery of Jaisalmer; A Singular Affair at Trincomalee; Filling the gap between the 1891 event at Reichenbach Falls and Holmes' reappearance in 1894, the volume relates Holmes' experiences as he wandered through Asia, confronting British imperialism, the tsarist agent Dorjiloff, the mysterious Captain Fantome and the Giant Rat of Sumatra

291. Roberts, Lora, and Pati Sullivan. The affair of the incognito tenant: a mystery with Sherlock Holmes. Palo Alto, Calif, McKinleyville, Calif: Perseverance Press/John Daniel & Co, 2004.

LC Control Number: 2003010113; Scuttlebutt Jan 2005; "Charlotte Dodson, housekeeper at an estate in Sussex, discovers that her tenant, a Mr. Sigerson, is of significant assistance in solving a mystery."

292. Robinson, Ian. Rupert Annual. London(?): Pedigree Books Limited, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Dec 1995; "...in which Rupert time-travels to join Sherlock Holmes in the fight against Victorian crime in London...."

293. Rogers, Michael. "Book reviews: Arts & humanities." Library Journal 119, no. 4 (1994): 88.

Reviews the book 'The Game Is Afoot: Parodies, Pastiches, and Ponderings of Sherlock Holmes,' edited by Marvin Kaye.

294. Ross, Scott. Sherlock Hound and the Case of the Foul Smell from the case files of Dr. Bulldog Watson. Morris Plains, New Jersey: Unicorn Publishing House, 1993.

295. ———. Sherlock Hound and the Case of the Mysterious Missing Pumpkin from the Case Files of Dr. Bulldog Watson. Morris Plains, New Jersey: Unicorn Publishing House, 1993.

296. 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.

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

297. Rubino, Jane. Knight errant: the singular adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 2000.

Contents: The Case of the Eccesntric Bequest; The Case of the Nortorious Practitioner; The Case of the Uncommon Necklace;

298. Sarrantonio, Al. West Texas. Large type ed, (Thorndike Press large print western). Waterville, Me.: Thorndike Press, 2007.

23 cm.; Lt. Thomas Mullin, retired against his will but almost glad to be free of the searing dusty desert around Fort Davis. A hard life in a hard place for a black man in a white man's cavalry. The US Cavalry was glad to be rid of him, too .. until a US Senator's son disappears in the desert and someone realizes that Mullin was the best tracker around. Mullin quickly discovers that quite a few travelers and cowboys have recently disappeared without a trace in the exact same area. Here was a problem that no self-respecting reader of the Strand Magazine could ignore. No devotee as religious as Mullin could pass by a mystery as strange as this. Why, it would curl the hair of Sherlock Holmes himself

299. ———. West Texas, (An Evans novel of the West). New York: M. Evans, 1990.

22 cm. Scuttlebutt Sep 2001.; "The novel's a western, and a mystery, and interesting: Thomas Mullin is a black Civil War veteran, who's also an avid reader of the Sherlock Holmes stories (copies of The Strand Magazine mailed to him from New York), sent onto the high plains to find a senator's missing son, and Mullin has learned from what he has read."

300. ———. West Texas. 1st Stealth ed. [Lancaster, PA]: Stealth Press, 2001.

22 cm. "A high plains mystery"--Cover.;

301. ———. West Texas. New York: Leisure Books, 2006.

17 cm.; Lt. Thomas Mullin may be retired from the U.S. Calvary, but he's still considered the best tracker around. So when a senator's son turns up missing, Mullin is the man calls upon to find him. It doesn't take long for Mullin to find that several travelers and cowboys have disappeared in the same area. As he investigates, Mullin finds himself pitted against a killer stranger that knows no boundaries.

302. Scullion, Hugh S., Peter Rochford, and Arthur Douglas. The Fatal mistake. London: Cadds Printing Limited, 1999.

Added Title: Rising ransom;

303. Shaberman, Raphael. In pursuit of Lewis Carroll. London: Greenwich Exchange, 1995.

Scuttlebutt June 1995; "Involves the author, in modern London, in conversation with Sherlock Holmes, discussing the life and work of the Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. Shaberman notes that both Dodgson and Conan Doyle were members of the Society for Psychical Research in 1894, and he reprints an illustration drawn by Conan Doyle's father Charles Doyle for an imitation 'Alice in Wonderland' book published in 1877, but otherwise Sherlock Holmes is used only to help present the author's views...."

304. Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman, Rosalind Weinman, and Marc Simont. Nate the Great and the pillowcase. New York: Delacorte Press, 1993.

LC Control Number: 92034405; Nate the Great investigates the disappearance of a homemade pillowcase belonging to Rosamond's cat Big Hex

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.;

314. 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.

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].;

315. ———. 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.

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].;

316. 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.

19 cm. Uniform Title: Case of the frightened heiress. Chinese;

317. ———. 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.

19 cm. Uniform Title: Case of the devil's hoofmarks. Chinese.;

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

19 cm. Uniform Title: Case of the gentle conspirators. Chinese.;

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

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.;

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

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

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

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

322. 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.

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].;

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

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

324. 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.

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

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

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

326. Shaw, Murray. An anatomy of two murders. s.l.: s.n., 1999.

typescript;

327. ———. Anatomy of two murders. 1st ed, (Mysterious Sherlock Holmes). New York: Mysterious Bookshop, 2000.

328. ———. The case of the reappearing vase. s.l.: s.n., 1999.

typescript;

329. ———. The post office waiting room adventure. s.l.: s.n., 199?

typescript;

330. Sheil, Timothy Francis. The Siam question, (The Holmes report). London: Camden House Pub, 1999.

LC Control Number: 2001409292; "A narrative of the exploits of Sherlock Holmes during the years 1891-1894 at Tibet, Siam & London; written for the Foreign Office at the request of Mycroft Holmes-Advisor to the Prime Minister by Dr. John H. Watson; based in good part on the journals of M. Francois le Villard." -- t.p

331. Showler, Karl. Sherlock Holmes and the Watson pastiche transcribed from Dr. Watson's notes. Shelburne, ON, Sauk City, Wisc: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2005.

Contents: When one equals thirty-four and three -- The adventure of the Austrian cross -- The case of the bearded bookseller -- The adventure of the little tasselled philpots -- Sherlock Holmes and the haunted field -- Sherlock Holmes and the silver armadilllo -- Sherlock Holmes and the German admiral -- The bishop and the horns of plenty -- Fulworth at Christmas -- The case of the golden queen's diamonds -- The secret life of a button collector -- River journey -- The interesting case of the seventh god -- The case of "Thou shall not covet" -- [Dr.] Evan's ghost -- Doctor Watson and the Italian virgins;

332. Smith, Denis O. The chronicles of Sherlock Holmes. Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 1997.

Contents: v. 1. The adventure of the purple hand. The adventure of the unseen traveller. The adventure of the zodiac plate -- v. 2. The secret of Shoreswood Hall. The adventure of the green umbrella. The adventure of the Christmas visitor -- v.3. The adventure of the lost seven. The adventure of the old school friend. The adventure of the silver buckle. The adventure of Juniper cottage. v.4. The adventure of the Von Strauffhausen papers. The north walk mystery. The adventure of the willow pool. The adventure of the yellow glove;

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

22 cm. The secret of Shoreswood Hall -- The adventure of the green umbrella - The adventure of the Christmas visitor.;

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

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.;

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

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

336. Smyth, Fraser. The diaries of Mrs. John H. Watson, neé [i.e. née] Morstan. 1st ed. Tetbury?: F. Smyth, 1995.

337. Snyder, Eugene E. The adventure of the missing brother. 1st ed. Portland, Or: Binford & Mort Pub, 1994.

LC Control Number: 94079993; Scuttlebutt June 1995; "A pleasant mystery involving members of The 221 Club (a Sherlockian society in New Jersey) who become involved in a minor mystery that soon turns major, and that their amateur detecting helps solve."

338. Soares, Jo. "De donde viene la caipirinha." Americas 60, no. 6 (2008): 64-64.

A short piece featuring Holmes and Watson, in Spanish.

339. Soares, Jô. O xango de Baker Street romance. 4th ed. Lisboa: Editorial Presenca, 1998.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 275-279); "A pastiche that brings Holmes and Watson to Rio de Janeiro to investigate the disappearance of a valuable Stradivarius during Sarah Bernhardt's first visit to the city."

340. ———. O xango de Baker Street romance. Madrid: Ediciones Siruela, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Nov 1996; "A pastiche that brings Holmes and Watson to Rio de Janeiro to investigate the disappearance of a valuable Stradivarius during Sarah Bernhardt's first visit to the city."

341. Soares, Jô, and Clifford E. Landers. A samba for Sherlock. 1st Vintage International ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1998.

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

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

343. Springer, Nancy. The case of the left-handed lady an Enola Holmes mystery. New York: Philomel Books, 2007.

LC Control Number: 2006008261; Pursued by her much older brother, famed detective Sherlock Holmes, fourteen-year-old Enola, disguised and using false names, attempts to solve the kidnapping of a baronet's sixteen-year-old daughter in nineteenth-century London

344. ———. The case of the missing marquess an Enola Holmes mystery. New York: Philomel Books, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2005013260; Enola Holmes, much younger sister of detective Sherlock Holmes, must travel to London in disguise to unravel the disappearance of her missing mother

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

"Privately printed by Marshall Blankenship for the Scotland Yarder's Annual Holiday Party November 16, 2002";

346. Stefanie, James R. The charters affair being a reminiscence of Dr. John H. Watson. San Jose: Writers Club Press, 2000.

Scuttlebutt Oct 2000.; "A pastiche involving Holmes in an investigation of a 16th-century mystery that has culminated in a 19th-century murder."

347. Stockwell, Alan. The singular adventures of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. St. Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex: UPSO, 2003.

From the battered dispatch-box in the Cox & Co. vaults, Dr. Watson has selected 15 more cases from the career of Sherlock Holmes. Time has removed the constraints which prevented Watson's publishing these singular adventures earlier and they can now be presented to the public

348. Stoessel, John E. Sherlock Holmes the Leporloc collection. Superior, Wisc: Superior Mysteries, 1995.

349. Sullivan, Greg. "The Seven Deadly Sins of Sherlockian Pastiche." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 3 (2002): 20-21.

350. Templeman, Roy. Sherlock Holmes and the Chinese junk affair and other stories. London: Breese Books, 1998.

Contents: Sherlock Holmes and the Chinese junk affair -- Sherlock Holmes and the tick tock man -- Sherlock Holmes and the trophy room;

351. Theroux, Marcel. The confessions of Mycroft Holmes. 1st Harvest ed, (Harvest book). San Diego: Harcourt, 2002.

21 cm. Scuttlebutt Mar 2001.; "It's the second novel by the son of Paul Theroux, and according to one reviewer the novel focuses on family rivalry, and a mystery that involves a manuscript with the same title as the book. The book isn't Sherlockian, but the reviewers like its style and energy."

352. ———. The confessions of Mycroft Holmes : a paper chase. 1st ed. New York: Harcourt, 2001.

22 cm. Scuttlebutt Mar 2001.; "It's the second novel by the son of Paul Theroux, and according to one reviewer the novel focuses on family rivalry, and a mystery that involves a manuscript with the same title as the book. The book isn't Sherlockian, but the reviewers like its style and energy."

353. Thoene, Jake, and Luke Thoene. The giant rat of Sumatra. 1st ed, (The Baker Street mysteries). Nashville, Tenn: Moorings, 1995.

LC Control Number: 95025074; When priceless gifts for Queen Victoria's Jubilee begin to disappear from the Tower of London, Sherlock Holmes calls on the Baker Street Brigade to help solve the mystery

354. ———. The giant rat of Sumatra, (The Baker Street mysteries: Tyndale kids). Carol Stream, Ill: Tyndale House Pub, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2006003882; When priceless gifts for Queen Victoria's Jubilee begin to disappear from the Tower of London, Sherlock Holmes calls on the Baker Street Brigade to help solve the mystery

355. ———. The mystery of the yellow hands. 1st ed, (The Baker Street mysteries). Nashville, Tenn: Moorings, 1995.

LC Control Number: 95019527; The three friends--Danny, Peachy, and Duff assist Sherlock Holmes in solving the mystery of the kidnapping of children in London during the 1880s

356. ———. The mystery of the yellow hands, (Tyndale kids: The Baker Street detectives). Carol Stream, Ill: Tyndale House Publishers, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2006002054; The three friends--Danny, Peachy, and Duff--assist Sherlock Holmes in solving the mysterious kidnapping of children in London during the 1880's

357. Thomas, Donald Serrell. The execution of Sherlock Holmes. 1st Pegasus Books ed. New York: Pegasus, 2007.

Contents: The execution of Sherlock Holmes -- The case of the Greek key -- The case of the Peasenhall murder -- The case of the Phantom chambermaid -- The queen of the night;

358. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the running noose. London: Pan, 2002.

Contents: The Case of the Hygienic Husband; The Case of the Naked Bicyclists; The Case of the Racing Certainty; The Case of the Sporting Major; The Case of the Talking Corpse;

359. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the voice from the crypt. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2002.

Contents: The two 'failures' of Sherlock Holmes -- The case of the racing certainty -- The case of the naked bicyclists -- The case of the sporting major -- The case of the hygienic husband -- The voice from the crypt : the case of the talking corpse; "Crossing historical fact with detective fiction, Thomas introduces Holmes in these stories to clients as illustrious as Oscar Wilde, a man whose teeth might damn him, and as infamous as Dr. Crippen, an errant husband wrongly, in Holmes's view, condemned to death by hanging for the brutal murder and dismemberment of his wife. And in his investigation of an international swindling scheme that threatens to topple the British government, Holmes meets - indeed, is assailed and arrested by - a young police sergeant who will become the sleuth's future ally, Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard.". "Among Holmes's other confounding cases in this engaging collection are the matter of the Naked Bicyclists, whose nocturnal rides on a farm in rural Essex lead to the discovery of some grim secrets buried beneath the blackthorn trees; the woe of the Sporting Major, whose lies entangle him hopelessly in charges of murder; and the file on the Hygienic Husband, in which a bathtub proves to be the crucial clue in the rescue of a young woman from an unscrupulous bigamist." "Only a voice from beyond the grave, however, can provide the final, essential clue in the case of the Talking Corpse, wherein horror leaps from the shadows in the Lambeth slums and assumes the shape of a villain who, in Holmes's estimation, may surpass even Professor Moriarty in the extreme degree of his human depravity."--Book jacket

360. Thomas, Frank. Sherlock Holmes and the bizare [sic] alibi. Philadelphia: Xlibris Corporation, 2004.

361. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the masquerade murders. New York: O. Penzler Books, 1994.

LC Control Number: 93043210;

362. ———. Sherlock Holmes mystery tales all new adventures! Brooklyn, N.Y: Gryphon Books, 2001.

363. Thomas, Will. The Limehouse text a novel. Touchstone ed. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006.

LC Control Number: 2005046613;

364. ———. Some danger involved a novel. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004.

LC Control Number: 2003071158;

365. ———. To kingdom come a novel. New York: Touchstone, 2005.

LC Control Number: 2005041740;

366. Thomson, June. The secret chronicles of Sherlock Holmes. 1st American ed. New York: O. Penzler, 1994.

LC Control Number: 94009286;

367. ———. The secret documents of Sherlock Holmes. London: Constable, 1997.

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;

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

18 cm.;

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

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

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

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

371. ———. The secret files of Sherlock Holmes. New York: O. Penzler, 1993.

LC Control Number: 93005150;

372. ———. The secret journals of Sherlock Holmes, (Constable Crime). London: Allison & Busby, 1999.

Includes bibliographical references;

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

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;

374. ———. The secret notebooks of Sherlock Holmes, (Crime collection). London: Allison & Busby, 2004.

Includes bibliographical references. Contents: The case of the Upwood scandal -- The case of the aluminum crutch -- The case of the manor house mystery -- The case of the cardinal's corpse -- The case of the Arnsworth affair -- The case of the vanishing barque -- The case of the Gustaffson stone; One hundred years after Dr. Watson hid the manuscripts of Sherlock Holmes' most sensitive cases in the vaults of a Charing Cross Bank, the principals are dead and safe from scandal. The case histories are slowly being released to the world

375. 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.

17 cm. Translation of The Secret Journals of Sherlock Holmes.;

376. Tötschinger, Gerhard, Paul Churchill, and Richard R. Rutter. Sherlock Holmes and the mystery of the sachertorte a novel. Shelburne, Ont: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2005.

Holmes and Watson are summoned to Vienna by Frau Anna Sacher to retrieve the recipe for the renouned chocolate dessert. The murder of a Vienna Irregular suggests there is more afoot than the theft of a pastry recipe, and when the sleuths return to Austria, they discover events developing that could lead to international conflict

377. Trifonas, Peter Pericles. "The aesthetics of textual production: reading and writing with Umberto Eco." Studies in Philosophy & Education 26, no. 3 (2007): 267-277.

In The Name of the Rose, Umberto Eco essentially presents an educative vision of some basic semiotic principles that infuse the textual form of a popular fictional genre--the detective story. In effect, it characterizes the postmodernization of the traditional “whodunnit” moving the genre from the realm of “the real” or the plausible into the realm of “the metaphysical” or the unthinkable. The Name of the Rose is a practical application in semiotics. Or, how the aesthetics of textual production as generated through the lexical signs and codes manifest the discursive text of a novel work. The semiotic twists and turns of the detective story facilitate this educational function and the purposeful transformation of the reader into an individual capable of appreciating and grasping the conflicting ideological viewpoints expressed through its dialogical structure. The detective genre enables the Umberto Eco to produce an educational narrative via the intricacies of plot in the detective story while teaching main aspects of semiotic theory. [Abstract from author]. Includes multiple references to Doyle and Holmes.

378. Trone, Mary C. "Mystery; [Metro Edition]." Star Tribune (Minneapolis), Dec 12, 1994: 11.

A Small Sacrifice by Ellen Hart (Seal Press, $20.95) and Once Upon a Crime by M.D. Lake (Avon, $4.99) are both by local authors, continuing two series that feature Twin Cities' protagonists. Hart's Jane Lawless is a restaurateur and amateur sleuth who's called on to find a killer among her friend Cordelia's reunited college chums. Lake's campus cop, Peggy O'Neill, seeks a wolf disguised as a lamb during a Hans Christian Andersen conference at the university.; Sins of the Wolf by Anne Perry (Fawcett, $20), The Alienist by Caleb Carr (Random House, $22) and Laurie R. King's The Beekeeper's Apprentice (St. Martin's Press, $21.95) are all outstanding period mysteries. Perry returns to Victorian London; Carr takes readers back to New York City in the 1890s, and King provides Sherlock Holmes with a young woman sidekick to liven up his retirement.

379. Trueman, Fred, M. C. Black, and Arthur Conan Doyle. To illuminate and enhance the Victorian cricket match between the Sherlock Holmes Society of London and the PG Wodehouse Society held at West Wycombe Cricket Club, Buckinghamshire on Sunday, 10th June, 2001 (and amuse in the event that rain stops play), (Holmesiana). [London, England]: The Sherlock Holmes Society of London, 2001.

ill., ports. ; 21 cm. With a foreword by Freddie Trueman, OBE ; edited by MC Black, Esq.; Various stories and articles by different authors (Doyle among others) on the topic of cricket, some in parody form.

380. Utechin, Nick. "It's Elementary, My Dear." The Scotsman, June 28, 2000: 14.

Some observations on Holmes parodies and pastiches. "There's a famous 'Punch' cartoon of a giant Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - who died 70 years ago next week - sitting puffing contentedly with his head in the clouds and down at his feet an austerely midget Sherlock Holmes; the two are manacled together. The image could not be more simple, expressing the truth that Doyle could never accept that he would, in the public mind, be forever shackled to Sherlock. 'He takes my mind from better things,' Doyle wrote, when he hurled Holmes off the Reichenbach Falls in 1892; but by the time he wrote the last adventure of the fabulous detective 35 years later, American publishers were paying him a dollar a word, such were the readers' demands. Holmes's impact was immediate; and over the years, some 16,000 attempts have been made at parodying him, or re-writing him in pastiche form...."

381. Vanneman, Alan. Sherlock Holmes and the giant rat of Sumatra. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2002.

LC Control Number: 2002280639;

382. ———. Sherlock Holmes and the Hapsburg tiara. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2004.

The archduke of Austria has vanished, a businessman has been trampled in the street, two fancy girls are missing as is the Great Blue DeBeers diamond. Against opposition from the Yard, the F.O. and Churchill, Holmes rides the Orient Express to unmask a ruthless foe and recover the Hapsburg tiara

383. Varende, Yves. Sherlock Holmes et les agents du kaiser. Paris: LeFrancq, 1997.

18 cm. 1. Le requin de la tamise.;

384. ———. Sherlock Holmes revient, (Super poche). Paris: Fleuve Noir, 1996.

18 cm. "Six enquêtes en 1 volume"--P. [4] of cover. Based on stories originally published in the German series Aus den Geheimakten des Welt-Detektivs./ Includes bibliographical references (p. [693]-700). Aus den Geheimakten des Welt-Detektivs.;

385. Vaughan, Ralph. Sherlock Holmes and the terror out of time. 1st ed. Brooklyn, N.Y: Gryphon Books, 2002.

386. Walker, Jan. The singular case of the duplicate Holmes. Romford, Essex, Studio City, Calif: Ian Henry Publications. Players Press, 1994.

LC Control Number: 93033647;

387. Watson, Paxton Franklin. The Lost Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Chillicothe: Community Press, 2000.

Scuttlebutt Feb 2000;

388. Watson, William F. Watson's sampler the lost casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Portsmouth, R.I: Stagecoach Press, 2006.

Contents: The matter of the Christmas gift -- The nomadic notes of Swales Notch -- The occurrence at Vargas Castle -- The phantom of Farewell Street;

389. Watt, Peter Ridgway, and Joseph Green. The alternative Sherlock Holmes pastiches, parodies, and copies. Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2003.

LC Control Number: 2002074729. Includes bibliographical references (p. [325]-326) and indexes. Scuttlebutt Sept 2003.; "An interesting review of the thousands of items that were published between 1892 (C. C. Rothwell's parody 'Adventures of Sherwood Hoakes') and 2001 (Donald Thomas' collection Sherlock Holmes and the Running Noose). There are sections on the unchronicled cases; period pastiches; non-period pastiches; friends, relations, and one enemy; parodies and impostors; and copies and rivals. And the authors extend their reach from major publishers to society periodicals, summarizing each item, with careful indexes and identifications of sources; the book is a fine survey, intended for the academic community, but any Sherlockian interested in the genre will find the book fascinating, if only for the many opportunities to mutter 'I haven't read that one')."

390. Waugh, Charles G., and Martin Harry Greenberg, eds. Supernatural sleuths. New York: Penguin Group, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Sept 1996; Lonely train a'comin' / William F. Nolan -- Vandy, Vandy / Manly Wade Wellman -- Ghost patrol / Ron Goulart -- Adventure of the ball of Nostradamus / August Derleth and Mack Reynolds -- Gateway of the monster / William Hope Hodgson -- Good judge of character / Susan Dunlap -- Angel of the Lord / Melville Davisson Post -- Falling boy / Davaid Dean -- Existential man / Lee Killough -- Midnight El / Robert Weinberg -- Cardula detective agency / Jack Ritchie -- Chronology protection case / Paul Levinson -- Children of Ubasti / Seabury Quinn -- Death by ecstasy / Larry Niven.;

391. Weighell, Ron. The irregular casebook of Sherlock Holmes. Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 2000.

Contents: The case of the fiery messengers -- The shadow of the wolf -- The curse of Nectanebo -- The sect of the salamander -- The black heaven;

392. Weinberg, Robert E., Stefan R. Dziemianowicz, and Martin Harry Greenberg. 100 dastardly little detective stories. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1993.

LC Control Number: 96124548;

393. Weinstein, Zeus. Sherlock Holmes: The Truth About Ludwig II. Translated by Richard R. Rutter. Shelburne, ON: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Jan 1996; "Translation of Sherlock Holmes: Die Wahrheit Uber Ludwig II, first published by Deutsche Verlagsanstalt in 1978. Zeus Weinstein is the pseudonym of Peter Neugebauer, who has contributed some fine Sherlockian scholarship to the German literature. His pastiche brings Holmes (posing as an American journalist) and Watson (posing as an American millionaire) to Bavaria in 1886, unable to prevent the death of the "mad king" who was responsible for some of Europe's most romantic castles."

394. Weyman, Ronald C. The Canadian adventures of Sherlock Holmes a trilogy of stories. Shelburne, Ont., Canada, Sauk City, Wis: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2002.

Contents: The mark of the beast -- The ultimate disguise -- Travels in the Canadian West;

395. ———. Sherlock Holmes & the ultimate disguise : from the annals of John H. Watson, M.D. Toronto: Simon & Pierre, 1991.

ill. ; 23 cm. Spine title: The ultimate disguise.;

396. 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.

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;

397. Wheat, Carolyn. Tales out of school mystery stories. 1st ed. Norfolk, VA: Crippen & Landru Publishers, 2000.

Includes bibliographical references (p. <236>-237). Scuttlebutt Jan 2001.; "A collection of the best of her mystery stories, and one of them is a Sherlockian pastiche: "The Adventure of the Angel's Trumpet" appeared earlier in Holmes for the Holidays (1996). The cloth edition is signed and is accompanied by a pamphlet with an additional story not included in the paper-covers edition."

398. Wilson, Snoo. Moonshine. London: Methuen Drama, 1999.

"Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - the author, spiritualist and creator of the great rationalist detective, Sherlock Homes - is in search of home-grown fairies in the English village of Cottingley." "Suddenly he is catapulted into another world and while impending collision with the meteorite Caledonia threatens catastrophe, he embarks on a fantastic journey with Abraxas 365, the god of gods, to meet the malevolent media magnate Moloch and his ravening teenage daughters."--Book jacket

399. Woldin, Judd. Murder in Baker Street a deadly comedy. New York, London: Samuel French, 2003.

LC Control Number: 2007407060;

400. Wood, Peter H. The Winged Wheel. Shelburne, ON: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1995.

Scuttlebutt Dec 1995; "A new novel-length pastiche that brings Holmes and Watson to the Isle of Man in 1912, investigating a mystery that involves both the 'Old Religion' and a German plot, and that offers Watson an opportunity to participate in a Manx motorcycle race."

401. Worcester, Wayne. The jewel of Covent Garden. New York: Signet, 2000.

402. ———. The monster of St. Marylebone. New York: Signet. New American Library, 1999.

Scuttlebutt Nov 1999; "A madman is terrorizing London's St. Marylebone district and Scotland Yard is clueless, but when Sherlock Holmes himself is injured by the killer, Dr. Watson is forced to step in to investigate."

403. Wren, Celia. "Sherlockian Apocrypha." Commonweal 128, no. 22 (2001): 18.

Focuses on several playwrights and writers who have indulged in works related to the fictitious [sic] detective Sherlock Holmes. Characters in Carole Nelson Douglas' mystery novel 'Chapel Noir'; Examples of fictional mysteries that feature historical personages.

404. You, Wenjia. "When Sherlock Holmes and Freud meet: Psychoanalysis and the mystery story." PsyArt: An Online Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts Electronic, no. 980715 (1998).

Posted date: September 7, 1998. "Many scholars mention the use of Freudian psychology in literary works, but very few scrutinize the interplay between the literary and the psychological texts involved. This paper explores how the mystery story can incorporate psychoanalysis into its essential components, such as the crime, the clues, and the detective. I set up a theoretical framework in which the key elements of the mystery story may appropriate psychoanalysis, and I generalize how psychoanalysis may influence the mystery story as a subgenre. Then I offer 2 case studies of Marnie and The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, which both use a large amount of psychoanalysis. I examine how these two works incorporate psychoanalysis and measure their formal qualities against my theoretical conjectures." [Abstract from author]

405. Zaleski, Jeff. "Returning to Holmes." Publishers Weekly 252, no. 16 (2005): 36-36.

Interviews mystery fiction writer Caleb Carr. Background of his book "The Italian Secretary: A Further Adventure of Sherlock Holmes"; Reasons behind the interest shown by mystery writers in the literary works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; His views on the tendency of readers to expect conspiracies in mystery stories.

406. Zvirin, Stephanie. "Murder Short & Sweet." Booklist 105, no. 4 (2008): 26.

Reviews the book "Murder Short & Sweet" by Paul D. Staudohar. 512p. Chicago Review, $19.95 (9781556527975). A practiced anthologist, Staudohar has assembled a rich collection of crime stories, each of which pivots on foul (and occasionally funny) murder--in practice, in theory, and in a surprising variety of ways. Twenty-first century authors are noticeably absent, but the roster is, otherwise, truly a list of mystery writer royalty....About half of the 20-plus entries are by Brits--including Christie, Conan Doyle, and Norwegian-born Brit Roald Dahl, from whom comes the deliciously clever 'Lamb to the Slaughter' (1954)....Not a single clunker in the bunch."



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