Apocrypha -- How Watson Learned the Trick

(2)

1. Doyle, Arthur Conan. The further adventures of Sherlock Holmes, (World's best reading). Pleasantville, N.Y: Reader's Digest Association, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93085284. Contents: The adventure of Wisteria Lodge -- The adventure of the Bruce-Partington plans -- The adventure of the devil's foot -- The adventure of the red circle -- The disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax -- The adventure of the dying detective -- His last bow -- The story of the man with the watches -- The story of the lost special -- The field bazaar -- How Watson learned the trick. Afterword by Philip A. Shreffler. //

2. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Cameron Hollyer, and Dayna McCausland. Beyond the canon: four apocryphal stories. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Beyond the canon -- Via parody: The field bazaar, How Watson learned the trick -- Via rail: The story of the man with the watches, The story of the lost special -- The caboose //

Apocrypha -- The Field Bazaar (2)

1. Doyle, Arthur Conan. The further adventures of Sherlock Holmes, (World's best reading). Pleasantville, N.Y: Reader's Digest Association, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93085284. Contents: The adventure of Wisteria Lodge -- The adventure of the Bruce-Partington plans -- The adventure of the devil's foot -- The adventure of the red circle -- The disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax -- The adventure of the dying detective -- His last bow -- The story of the man with the watches -- The story of the lost special -- The field bazaar -- How Watson learned the trick. Afterword by Philip A. Shreffler. //

2. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Cameron Hollyer, and Dayna McCausland. Beyond the canon: four apocryphal stories. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Beyond the canon -- Via parody: The field bazaar, How Watson learned the trick -- Via rail: The story of the man with the watches, The story of the lost special -- The caboose //

Apocrypha -- The Lost Special (7)

1. Cox, Michael. Victorian tales of mystery and detection: The Oxford book of Victorian detective stories. Oxford England, New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2003269376. Includes bibliographical references (p. [576]-578) //

2. Cox, Michael, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Victorian tales of mystery and detection an Oxford anthology. Oxford England, New York: Oxford University Press, 1992.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 91046719. Includes bibliographical references (p. [576]-578). Contents: The adventure of the blue carbuncle / Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (pp. 195-213) -- The lost special / Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (pp. 493-507) //

3. Doyle, Arthur Conan. The further adventures of Sherlock Holmes, (World's best reading). Pleasantville, N.Y: Reader's Digest Association, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93085284. Contents: The adventure of Wisteria Lodge -- The adventure of the Bruce-Partington plans -- The adventure of the devil's foot -- The adventure of the red circle -- The disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax -- The adventure of the dying detective -- His last bow -- The story of the man with the watches -- The story of the lost special -- The field bazaar -- How Watson learned the trick. Afterword by Philip A. Shreffler. //

4. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Cameron Hollyer, and Dayna McCausland. Beyond the canon: four apocryphal stories. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Beyond the canon -- Via parody: The field bazaar, How Watson learned the trick -- Via rail: The story of the man with the watches, The story of the lost special -- The caboose //

5. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Michel Marcheteau. Extraordinary tales = Histoires extraordinaires, (Langues pour tous). Paris: Pocket, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 18 cm. When the world screamed = Le jour où la terre hurla -- The lost special = Un train spécial disparaît -- The bully of Brocas Court = La brute de Brocas Court. Histoires extraordinaires. Choix, traduction et notes par Michel Marcheteau. //

6. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and William Sutherland. Tales for a winter's night. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, 2001. Sound Recording 6 sound discs.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Digital ; 4 3/4 in. Short stories originally published in the Strand magazine, July 1898-January 1899 and in book entitled "Round the fire stories" in 1908. Unabridged. Read by William Sutherland. Uniform Title: Round the fire stories. // Stories of suspense and adventure, chosen by the author, dealing with murder, madness, ghosts, unsolved crimes, diabolical traps, and other horrors.

7. Greene, Douglas G, Robert Adey, L. T. Meade, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, Ngaio Marsh, L. Frank Baum, Fredric Brown, Thomas Bailey Aldrich, M. McDonnell Bodkin, Peter Godfrey, M. M B., Edward D. Hoch, Wilkie Collins, Cornell Woolrich, John Dickson Carr, Joseph Commings, Nicholas Carter, Robert Eustace, G. K. Chesterton, Ellery Queen, Arthur Conan Doyle, Clayton Rawson, May Futrelle, Jacques Futrelle, Bill Pronzini, and Anthony Boucher. Death locked in: an anthology of locked room stories, (Library of crime classics). New York: Barnes & Nobles, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes Mystery of the Lost Special

Apocrypha -- The Man with the Watches (3)

1. Doyle, Arthur Conan. The further adventures of Sherlock Holmes, (World's best reading). Pleasantville, N.Y: Reader's Digest Association, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93085284. Contents: The adventure of Wisteria Lodge -- The adventure of the Bruce-Partington plans -- The adventure of the devil's foot -- The adventure of the red circle -- The disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax -- The adventure of the dying detective -- His last bow -- The story of the man with the watches -- The story of the lost special -- The field bazaar -- How Watson learned the trick. Afterword by Philip A. Shreffler. //

2. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Cameron Hollyer, and Dayna McCausland. Beyond the canon: four apocryphal stories. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Beyond the canon -- Via parody: The field bazaar, How Watson learned the trick -- Via rail: The story of the man with the watches, The story of the lost special -- The caboose //

3. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and William Sutherland. Tales for a winter's night. Ashland, OR: Blackstone Audiobooks, 2001. Sound Recording 6 sound discs.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Digital ; 4 3/4 in. Short stories originally published in the Strand magazine, July 1898-January 1899 and in book entitled "Round the fire stories" in 1908. Unabridged. Read by William Sutherland. Uniform Title: Round the fire stories. // Stories of suspense and adventure, chosen by the author, dealing with murder, madness, ghosts, unsolved crimes, diabolical traps, and other horrors.



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