1. Boström, Mattias. Sudoku med bokstäver : avslöja det dolda ordet! : med ledtrådar presenterade av Sherlock Holmes. Stockholm: Känguru, 2006.
2. Brown, Jeff. The Sherlock Holmes book of magic. Colorado Springs, Colo: Piccadilly Books, 2000.
LC Control Number: 00036684. Includes bibliographical references (p. 87). Scuttlebutt Jul 2000; "Offers explanations of almost 30 magic tricks, all related in some way to Holmes, Watson, or other Canonical characters (but if you're planning to put on a Sherlockian magic show, remember that everyone who has read the book will know what your secrets)."
3. Bryan, Caroline, and David H Galerstein. A singular sense of humor a compilation of stuff and nonsense by and for Sherlockians. New York: Magico, 2002.
Contents: To Modern Men Be, Vinnie Starrett -- A gustatory frolic, Dorothy Belle Pollack -- A letter, Sherlock Holmes -- A quiz on the titles, John Bennett Shaw; A collection of toasts, papers, poems, and other items presented at various scion meetings, together with a few documents not generally available to the public, including correspondence between two U.S. Presidents and Edgar Smith, "Buttons" Secretary of the Baker Street Irregulars
4. Butler, Eamonn, Madsen Pirie, and Mensa. The Sherlock Holmes IQ book. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1996.
LC Control Number: 96020656;
5. Clegg, Dave. The pagemaster who's in the library with Richard? 1st ed. Atlanta: Bedrock Press, 1994.
LC Control Number: 95148167. Scuttlebutt July 1995; The reader must help Richard find his way through the Kingdom of Books by identifying six characters and the stories they come from and locating the exit in the illustrations. "It's like a 'Where's Waldo?' book, but based on the recent animated film, and one of the challenges is devoted to 'The Land of Mystery: 221B Baker Street' (with readers challenged to find keys to a dozen Sherlock Holmes stories in the picture). Jeanne is not sure, however, whether the purplish hippo in the tree is supposed to be one of the clues."
6. 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.;
09 Games, Puzzles and Quizzes -- Chess (3)
1. Dondis, Harold, and Patrick Wolff. "Chess Notes." The Boston Globe, May 20, 2002: C8.
"The matter of how to handle women's chess has been a dilemma for American chess for years. Women have traditionally been weaker players than men and there has been much debate over this subject. There has been the feeling that women shy from head-to-head competition and, perhaps, from defeating men. However, by winning at chess, they will earn respect. One role model must surely be Irene Adler, the only person in the works of Conan Doyle ever to outwit Sherlock Holmes. In the short story 'A Scandal of Bohemia,' Dr. Watson wrote of Adler, 'To Sherlock Holmes, she was always the woman. I have seldom heard him mention her under any other name. In his eyes she eclipses and predominates the whole of her sex.'...Still, the only person to outwit Sherlock Holmes would not be able to join the Speckled Band, which is the Sherlock Holmes Club that meets annually on Boylston Street. The popular Speckled Band simply does not admit women."
2. Hartston, William. "Chess." The Independent (London), October 21, 1996: 26.
A chess problem involving Holmes and Watson. "'Professor Moriarty is defeated,' exclaimed Dr Watson,' as he peered at the position that stood upon the chess board on a table in the centre of the floor. Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson had rushed to the rooms of Reichenbach Falls chess club when they heard that Moriarty was contesting the final of the club championship. They were at first dismayed to find the game over and Moriarty gone by the time they arrived, yet Watson's sadness quickly turned to joy on seeing the position. Black was checkmated, and, as the name cards clearly insisted, Moriarty had been playing Black...."
3. Pein, Malcolm. "Chess." The Sunday Telegraph (London), March 23, 2008: 7.93.
"Given that Sherlock Holmes possessed one of the finest analytical minds in fiction, it seems extroardinary that he was not a fine chess player. There is no mention of him playing the game in the writings of Arthur Conan Doyle. To amplify the point I ran a quick check on a chess database of more than three million games and there was not a single one attributed to anyone by the name of S. Holmes. I am indebted to Edward Winter's unerringly excellent Chess Notes, a regular digest of matters to do with chess history, for the following quotation from The Adventure of the Retired Colourman in 'The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes': 'Amberley excelled at chess - one mark, Watson, of a scheming mind.' So perhaps Holmes did not have a high opinion of the game or its practitioners. There are many chess stories that parody the Sherlock Holmes adventures, including The Chess Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes by Professor Raymond Smullyan, which can be found secondhand on Amazon...."
09 Games, Puzzles and Quizzes -- Computer games (31)
1. "Case Study - Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective: A study in DVD." Journal of Engineering and Applied Science 13, no. 3 (2000): 26.
2. "Dracula Unleashed: Interactive movie with a bite." PC Magazine 13, no. 3 (1994): 422.
Features Viacom New Media's 'Dracula Unleashed' interactive CD-ROM. Setting; Comparison with Sherlock Holmes series; Video and sound quality; Price and availability; Contact information.
3. "Sherlock Holmes." The News of the World (England), October 19, 2008: 19.
"The classic point-and-click adventure Sherlock Holmes gets a facelift on Thursday with the release of the Awakened Remastered Edition of the PC hit by Ascaron and 93 Games....Players can now choose between stepping into the first person mode of Sherlock Holmes himself or the new third person mode."
4. Sherlock Holmes, consulting detective. Volume I. Philomont, VA: Infinite Ventures ; Mountain Lakes, NJ : Distributed by DVD International, 1999. Visual Material 1 videodisc.
sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. DVD video. Compatible with all DVD video players displaying the DVD logo. An Infinite Ventures Production in association with Dynamic Media Inc. ; producer, Duane Tucker.; Video game based on an original design by Sleuth Times and featuring characters from the stories of Sherlock Holmes, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
5. Andrew, D. T. "Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes available on CD-ROM." PC Magazine 11, no. 11 (1992): 481.
Reviews the CD-ROM computer game Sherlock Holmes on Disc! from CMC Research. Features; Purchase price and address.
6. Armstrong, Rebecca. "Computer Games." The Independent (London), September 4, 2004: 66.
Review of the computer game "Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Silver Earring,"Publisher: Digital Jesters. "Get out your deerstalker: this is a Sherlock Holmes adventure for anyone who has ever dreamt of stepping into the famous sleuth's shoes. Unfortunately, unless you've dreamt of asking question after question after question of dull characters with limited AI, you may wish to avoid this otherwise enjoyable romp...."
7. Breeden, John, II. "Awakened: The Game Is Afoot." The Washington Post, October 19, 2007: WE53.
"It has been a while since Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous detective, Sherlock Holmes, and his loyal sidekick, Dr. Watson, have solved mysteries on our computer screens. In Sherlock Holmes: The Awakened, they battle unholy minions created by another famous writer, Howard Phillips Lovecraft, including the elder god Cthulhu and the crazy cultists who worship him. Fans of either writer should feel at home. Holmes is top-notch at solving mysteries with attitude, and the Lovecraft angle makes the game creepy. The Awakened, played in first person, features extremely good-looking 3-D environments....The game features traditional puzzles...; physical puzzles...; and even the analysis of chemicals and other substances in Holmes's laboratory....Combining the worlds of two great writers into one game is ingenious. And although at first they don't seem to go together, it ultimately works."
8. Crossman, Craig. "Citizen Comes Through with Small Printer." The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, UT), Dec 25, 1994: E7.
"Sirius has packaged 10 CD-ROM disks in a small square bundle called the '5-Ft. 10-Pak' that zigzag opens into a five-foot-long flat plastic streamer. One side is opaque; the transparent sleeve side shows off the colorful printed face of each disk. The new Volume II contains Battle Chess Enhanced; Space Quest IV; Rock Rap 'N Roll; Sherlock Holmes; Arts & Letters Warbirds; Movie Select; PC Karaoke: Family Fun; Fantasia's 2000 Fonts; Microsoft Multimedia Jumpstart and The Home Medical Advisor...."
9. English, David. "The best in CD-ROM games." Compute! 16, no. 1 (1994): S-13.
Discusses the best in CD-ROM games. Includes a Holmesian game. "Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Volumes II & III (Viacom New Media, 708-520-4440, $69.95 each) are the follow ups to Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective Volume I ($69.95), which was one of the first games to integrate video clips into the game's action."
10. Foster, Hugh. "Reviews." Computer Life 4, no. 2 (1997): 110.
Evaluates the computer game Sherlock Holmes: Case of the Rose Tattoo from Electronic Arts.
11. Franklin, Deborah. "Play games." Health 11, no. 8 (1997): 76.
Discusses the role of computer games in the stimulation of the minds of adults, according to game inventor and geriatric psychiatrist Gene Cohen. Evidences that play can influence a person's intellect; Analysis of the cognitive effects of games. List of games includes 221 B Baker Street " Solve the cases of the great Sherlock Holmes. Two to six players, $20, Hansen."
12. Goldberg, Ron. "Interactive." Sound & Image 3, no. 3: 93.
Features the software Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective Volume III from Icon Simulations. Price; Storyline.
13. Himowitz, Michael J. "Argue Over Dead Parrot and Tour the Enterprise, Program Fun Into Your PC." Times - Picayune (New Orleans, LA), December 24, 1994: C2.
Includes a reference to a Holmes game. "...If you're new to the PC market, it's hard to beat some of the CD-ROM bundles that are finding their way to dealers shelves. Usually priced at $25 to $40, they contain six to 10 CD-ROMs, including games that may be a year or two old but are still great entertainment. For example, the second release of the 5-foot 10 Pak from Sirius Publishing includes Interplay's insane Battle Chess, Sierra's Space Quest IV, the first volume of Icom's delightful Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective, Paramount's Rock, Rap 'n Roll, a nifty music production program for kids, and Sirius' own P.C. Karaoke. (I've wasted more than a few hours with this one.)..."
14. ———. "For Pure PC Fun, Try These Programs." St. Louis Post-Dispatch (St. Louis, MO), Dec 28, 1994: 05C.
Includes a reference to a Holmes game. "...If you're new to the PC market, it's hard to beat some of the CD-ROM bundles on dealers shelves. Usually priced at $25 to $40, they contain anywhere from six to 10 CD-ROMs, including games that may be a year or two old but are still great entertainment. For example, the second release of the 5-foot 10 Pak from Sirius Publishing includes Interplay's insane Battle Chess, Sierra's Space Quest IV, the first volume of Icom's delightful Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective, Paramount's Rock, Rap 'n Roll, a nifty music production program for kids, and Sirius' own P.C. Karaoke (I've wasted more than a few hours with this one)...."
15. Sherlock Holmes, consulting detective Version Macintosh [version]. ICOM Simulations, Wheeling, IL.
LC Control Number: 93790381. Contents: The mummy's curse -- The case of the mystified murderess -- The case of the tin soldier; Relying on the same information that Sherlock Holmes used, the player is challenged to solve three cases. Includes full-motion video
16. Sherlock Holmes, consulting detective Version MS-DOS [version], Version 3. ICOM Simulations, Wheeling, IL.
LC Control Number: 93790373. Contents: The mummy's curse -- The case of the mystified murderess -- The case of the tin soldier; Relying on the same information that Sherlock Holmes used, the player is challenged to solve three cases. Includes full-motion video
17. Ketron, Holly. "The 10 video games your kid (all right, you) want most." Money 23, no. 1 (1994): 145.
Lists some popular video games in early 1994. Disney's 'Aladdin'; NHL '94; El-Fish; Videos for children under ten, teenagers and adults. Includes Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective II (Sega, $49.99). Gumshoeing that's inventive and fit for the whole family. The game provides eight different whodunits to solve.
18. Low, Bob. "The Razz: Games Reviews: What's this Ear?; Adventures of Sherlock Holmes : Case of the Silver Earring." Daily Record, August 13, 2004: 65.
"...Most of the crisis-hit UK games industry seems to be holding out for Christmas. However,there are a few good releases on the goand this is one, another in the saga of interactive detective tales from Frogwares. The biggest mystery in this is Sherlock's trousers,which Gap would make a mint out of selling. I mean, these pants can hold every conceivable item you might need - including a small dog. Frogwares started this Sherlock Holmes obsession some two years ago with The Mystery of the Mummy...."
19. May, Scott A. "The best in adventure game software." Compute! 16, no. 1 (1994): S-8.
Presents an overview of the best in adventure game software, currently the most popular form of computer entertainment. Sierra's King Quest series, created by Roberta Williams; The Legend of Kyrandia from Virgin Games; Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis from LucasArts; Lost Treasures of Infocom from Activision; More; Prices; Contact points; The top ten adventure games. Includes one Holmes game. "...For more old-fashioned detective fare, crack open The Lost Files of Sherlock Holmes (Electronic Arts, 800-245-4525, $69.95), a large-scale murder mystery that's anything but elementary. This one's notable for its intuitive icon interface, context-sensitive musical score, and handsomely drawn artwork...."
20. McGowan, Chris. "Multimedia. Interactive companies use CES to show their soft side." Billboard 106, no. 2 (1994): 48.
Focuses on the multimedia software introduced at the 1993 Winter Consumer Electronic Show (CES). Includes Holmes software. "Viacom New Media: The three 'Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective' titles (released originally by Icom Simulations, which Viacom has purchased) are available in many desktop and set-top platforms and are among the most heavily bundled of all CD-ROM programs. "Dracula Unleashed" (MS-DOS, $59.95), a combination detective game and horror adventure, includes 96 minutes of live-action footage. Mac and Sega versions are due soon."
21. McNamara, John. "Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Silver Earring." The Times (London), September 18, 2004: 23.
Brief review of the computer game by Digital Jesters/PC (Pounds 29.99). "It's a mystery. Spin-off games from recent movies are not uncommon, but one from a 60-year-old film? As ever with Sherlock Holmes, things are not quite as they seem. This point-and-click adventure does actually come with a DVD copy of the Basil Rathbone adventure The Secret Weapon, but that is just a bonus with this excellent game...."
22. Misek, Maria. "Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective: A Study in DVD." EMedia 13, no. 3 (2000): 26.
Presents a case study about digital video disc (DVD) based on the development of the video game Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective. Conversion of the game from CD-ROM to DVD; Entertainment value; Overview of the technology.
23. Pae, Peter. "What Do You Do When It Won't Compute?; PC Stores, Hot Lines Swamped With Gifts That Won't Start Giving; [FINAL Edition]." December 30, 1994: a01.
Includes a passing reference to a Holmes computer game. "Every day since Christmas, Marti Snyder and her 23-year-old son, Tom, had tried to get a new CD-ROM game to work on their computer. A gift from Tom to his mother, the "Sherlock Holmes" mystery game was, well, mysteriously silent...."
24. Shannon, L. R. "Karaoke to fonts, CD-ROM sampler has it | For about $30, Sirius Publishing offers second '5-ft. 10-Pak'." The San Diego Union - Tribune, December 4, 1994.
Mentions Icom's Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective, with three cases to solve.
25. Shelley, Bruce. Sherlock Holmes, consulting detective the unauthorized strategy guide, (Secrets of the games). Rocklin, CA: Prima Pub, 1994.
LC Control Number: 94066032;
26. Spiwak, Marc. "Step up to CD-ROM." Popular Electronics 11, no. 2 (1994): 31.
Focuses on CD-ROM technology. Includes reference to a Holmes game. "Far older kids and adults as well, there's Sherlock Holmes, Consulting Detective Volume II. This game lets you solve three different cases as you walk through the interactive streets of London. If solving mysteries is your bag of tricks, then this is $69.95 well spent."
27. Szadkowski, Joseph. "Holmes game a bit elementary." The Washington Times, July 20, 2008: M18.
Review of computer game "Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes" (Legacy Interactive, single CD-ROM for PC or Intel-based Macintosh computer systems, $19.99). "The title requires junior proteges of the legendary literary character work through 16 cases by deciphering a variety of visual puzzles. This fun, casual gaming experience set in Victorian England offers environmental conundrums and the use of reasoning, observation and memorization to quickly isolate evidence and suspects and solve a crime. Unfortunately, the presentation is definitely elementary, dear Watson. (I couldn't resist.) This is not a third-person action-adventure game, folks...."
28. Trivette, Donald B. "Entertainment." PC Magazine 13, no. 15 (1994): 160.
Reviews Viacom New Media's Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective CD-ROM.
29. Wapshott, Tim. "Sherlock Holmes : Nemesis." The Times (London), August 23, 2008: 14.
Very short review of the computer game "Sherlock Holmes: Nemesis." "The intrepid supersleuth Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson take on a notorious cat burglar, who lays down the gauntlet to the duo in a letter promising that he will carry out five thefts in five days. The adventure is played out in the first person, with Watson doing much of the donkey work around the 3-D world. The graphics are detailed and the voice acting competent. All the same, this makes for fairly laborious gaming...."
30. Wong, Edwin. "Hone your investigation skills!" New Straits Times (Malaysia), February 28, 2009: 6.
Using the computer game "Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective to hone skills. "Well before the millions of viewers began tuning into the CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) series every week to get their 'investigative fix', fans of logic and deduction were already captivated by the crime-solving mysteries of the great Sherlock Holmes. While our day jobs may seem far removed from the adrenaline rush of crime-busting, you don't really need to wear a cape to get your share of it. The fact is, logic, deduction and investigative skills are very much at the core of more day jobs than one may realise! Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be 'Logic, deduction and investigation 101' syllabus either in schools or universities, so unless your employer offers it, I guess you are expected to pick up the finer points from television or novels! Well, here's a better way. Playing designer games that not only teaches you the basics and helps you to hone your skills, but also transports you to the world of Sherlock Holmes, Jack the Ripper and more!..."
31. Yee, Bernard. "Reviews." Compute! 16, no. 6 (1994): 108.
Reviews the computer software Dracula Unleashed, by Viacom New Media. Includes a passing reference to Holmes. "...A marked improvement over ICOM's initial multimedia releases (the Sherlock Holmes games), Dracula Unleashed gives you a chance to rewrite the Bram Stoker tale using well-implemented technology that would have seemed quite magical even to Dracula himself."
09 Games, Puzzles and Quizzes -- Games (3)
1. "A gaggle of games." USA Today Magazine 126, no. 2630 (1997): 79.
Spotlights board games being released for the 1997 Christmas season. Green Eggs and Ham and The Cat in the Hat from University Games; 221B Baker Street: The Master Detective Game and Medical Monopoly from John N. Hansen Co.; Bethump'd With Words from Mamopalire Inc.
2. Lederer, Richard, and Michel Gilleland. Literary trivia fun and games for book lovers. 1st ed. New York: Vintage Books, 1994.
LC Control Number: 94008455;
3. Pattinson, Georgina. "Miss Scarlet in the Living Room with a Board Game. . .; Cluedo Celebrates 50 Years and is Played in 23 Countries. Georgina Pattinson Looks Back at the History of the Boardgame." Birmingham Post, August 14, 1999: 53.
"We British do murder very well. Look at Sherlock Holmes and Agatha Christie and the famous unsolved cases like Jack the Ripper. The victim is called Monsieur Cluedo in Switzerland, he is Dr Lemon in Spain and in the US Spanish edition, he is Senor Caddaver. When solicitor's clerk Anthony Pratt dreamed up a little board game called Murder to while away the dark nights of World War Two, he could hardly have realised what an impact it would have....'
09 Games, Puzzles and Quizzes -- Mysteries (4)
1. Conrad, Hy, Tatjana Mai-Wyss, and Albert Solé. Tras las huellas del crimen, (Desvela el misterio). Barcelona: Ediciones Oniro, 2005.
ill. ; 21 cm. Translation of: Whodunit crime puzzles. Translation by Albert Solé.; Presents twenty-five brief mysteries as investigated by Sherman Holmes, a brilliant but eccentric sleuth who believes he is descended from the legendary Sherlock Holmes; solutions in the back.
2. Konhauser, Joseph D. E, Daniel J Velleman, and S Wagon. Which way did the bicycle go? and other intriguing mathematical mysteries, (Dolciani mathematical expositions). Washington, D.C.: Mathematical Association of America, 1996.
LC Control Number: 95081495; Scuttlebutt Feb 1997. Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-232) and index; "An imaginative collection of mathematical mysteries by Joseph D. E. Konhauser, Dan Velleman, and Stan Wagon. And the first problem in the book is a discussion of a real Canonical mystery (from 'The Priory School'): how do you tell from a set of bicycle tracks which way the bicycle was going? It turns out that there is a mathematical answer to the question, and it's explained neatly in the book (which also has some nice Sherlockian cover art by Max Carl Winkler)."
3. Landon, Lucinda. Meg Mackintosh and the mystery in the locked library. 1st ed, (A Solve-it-yourself mystery). Boston: Joy Street Books, 1993.
LC Control Number: 92019948; Meg investigates the theft of a rare book from a locked library. The reader is challenged to solve the mystery before Meg, using clues in both text and illustrations
4. Smath, Jerry. Investigator in Classroom capers, (Investigator). Mahwah, N.J: Whistlestop, Troll Associates, 1995.
LC Control Number: 94022712. Added Title: Classroom capers. Scuttlebutt Aug 1995; Investigator accompanies his niece Gabby to Parents' Day at school, where he demonstrates his powers of observation and helps to solve some minor mysteries. The reader is asked to answer questions about each illustration. "Investigator (an alligator detective in Sherlockian costume)."
09 Games, Puzzles and Quizzes -- Puzzles (22)
1. "Puzzle It Out." Scholastic Scope 57, no. 6 (2008): 32-32.
A crossword puzzle related to the vocabulary of terms published within the issue is presented. A few of the clues relate to Holmes and Watson.
2. Wishbone Jumbo Fun Book. New York: Modern Publishing, 1998.
Scuttlebutt Apr 1998; "Includes eight pages on Wishbone's investigation of the Hound of the Baskervilles; it's a coloring book with puzzles and mazes and other fun for fans of the television series."
3. Addy, John. "Review--The Sherlock Holmes I.Q. Book by Eamonn Butler and Madsen Pirie." The Ritual, no. 15 (1995): 53-54.
4. Brodie, Brian S. "'Bookshelf' Review of The Parlour Games of Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 1 (1997): 45.
5. Bullimore, Tom. Baker Street puzzles. Partridge Green: Ravette, 1992.
Citations: De Waal C18159;
6. ———. Baker Street puzzles. New York: Sterling Pub. Co, 1994.
LC Control Number: 94017217;
7. ———. Sherlock Holmes' mini-mysteries. New York: Sterling Pub. Co., 2005.
ill. ; 21 cm. Includes index. Illustrated by Ian Anderson.; Collection of logic, word, and math puzzles featuring characters from the Sherlock Holmes stories.
8. ———. Sherlock Holmes' puzzles of deduction. New York: Sterling Juvenile, 2000.
ill. ; 21 cm. Illustrated by Ian Anderson.;
9. Bullimore, Tom, and Ian Anderson. Baker Street whodunits. New York: Sterling Pub. Co., 2001.
ill. ; 21 cm. Includes index. Illustrated by Ian Anderson.;
10. ———. Sherlock Holmes' puzzles of deduction. New York: Sterling Pub. Co, 1997.
LC Control Number: 96049893;
11. Bullimore, Tom, and Martin Jansen in de Wal. Denk mee met Sherlock Holmes : puzzels voor speurneuzen. Gravenhage: BZZTôH, 1994.
ill. ; 21 cm. Vert. van: Baker Street puzzles. - Partridge Green : Ravette, 1992. [vert. uit het Engels: Martin Jansen in de Wal ; ill.: Ian Anderson].;
12. Burr, Robert C. "Review--Commanding Views From the Empty House edited by William R. Cochran and Gordon R. Speck." The Holmes & Watson Report 1, no. 1 (1997): 15.
- even a play, by the members of one of the most active and dedicated Sherlockian societies, The Occupants of the Empty House.
13. Conrad, Hy, and Tatjana Mai-Wyss. Whodunit crime puzzles. New York: Sterling Pub., 2002.
14. Cooper, Beryl E, Tom Cooper, and Mycroft Holmes Society of Syracuse. Sherlockian jumbles a silver anniversary edition. Fayetteville, NY: The Mycroft Holmes Society Press, 1997.
15. Houdunitz, P. T. "Murder at the chessboard : & 42 other perplexing whodunit puzzlers to test your crime solving skills." New York: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 2001.
ill. ; 20 cm. Scuttlebutt Jan 2004.; "An anthology of 43 'whodunit puzzlers' that includes ten Sherlockian puzzles by Tom Bullimore that appeared in his books in the 1990s."
16. Irwin, James E. Sherlock Holmes Quotation Puzzles, Vol. 1. Victoria: Trafford Publishing, 2004.
17. Saksena, Franklin B. 101 Sherlock Holmes crossword puzzles. Shelburne, Ont.; Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.
18. Sanders, Dave, Brian Gibson, and Barbara Roden. Canonical quizzes from the bootbox twenty-five years of puzzles from the Bootmakers of Toronto. Ashcroft, British Columbia: Calabash Press, 1997.
19. Skopik, Elizabeth, and Linda Dietz. "A Sherlockian Birthday Word Puzzle." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 4 (1998): 34-35.
20. ———. "A Sherlockian Birthday Word Puzzle." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 2 (1997): 36-38.
21. Tepper, Ruth Lake. The Sherlock Holmes crossword puzzle book famous adventures, fascinating features. New York: Bell Pub. Co. Distributed by Crown Publishers, 1986.
LC Control Number: 85028683;
22. Wise, Bill, Hy Conrad, and Bob Peterson. Mensa whodunits, (Official Mensa puzzle book). New York: Main Street, 2004.
ill. ; 17 cm. Includes index. Scuttlebutt Jan 2005; "Sherman Oliver Holmes is the great-great-grandson of Sherlock Holmes...Some of the Sherman Oliver Holmes puzzles...have been reprinted in Mensa Whodunits..."
09 Games, Puzzles and Quizzes -- Quizzes (59)
1. "Book Bag #845." The Washington Post, July 16, 1995: X10.
The game is afoot! Name the following: 1) One of his Oxford lectures virtually established Sherlock Holmes's "career" as a topic for "scholarly" investigation. 2) This witty novelist scandalously suggested that Dr. Watson might actually be a woman. 3) His introduction to a standard collected edition of Sherlock Holmes may be the best known appreciation of the canonical stories ever written. 4) Though noted for his interest in Sherlock Holmes, he was also the author of treatise on binomial theorem and of the once highly regarded "Dynamics of an Asteroid." 5) A friend of Aldous Huxley, he composed novels and tales about a Sherlockian figure known as Mr. Mycroft. 6) Among his books are "Chaldean Roots in the Ancient Cornish Language" and "Polyphonic Motets of Lassus." 7) To Sherlock Holmes, she is always the woman. All entries (one per person) must be clearly written on postcards and mailed to: Book Bag, The Washington Post...
2. "No-Sweat Test Prep." Scholastic Scope 57, no. 6 (2008): 20-20.
A quiz is presented after reading the play "The Hound of the Baskervilles," based on the novel by Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Zach Jones.
3. "Quiz--'Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 6 (2000): 28-29, 39.
4. "Quiz--'Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 3 (1999): 38-39, 60.
5. "Quiz--'The Police Court Transposals." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 1 (2001): 9-10, 15.
6. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Transposals'." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 2 (2001): 28-29, 37.
7. Brown, Lloyd W., Jr. "Quiz--A Canonical Quiz on 'The Adventure of the Golden Pince-nez." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 2 (1999): 34-35, 40.
8. ———. "Quiz--A Canonical Quiz on 'The Adventure of the Norwood Builder." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 5 (1999): 35-36, 40.
9. Campbell, Patrick. "Death in the Coop? A quiz on 'The Adventure of Black Peter'." Canadian Holmes 30, no. 3 (2007): 49.
10. Gibson, Brian Neil. "Pandora's Tin Box: a Quiz on the Untold Tales of the Canon." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 4 (1995): 27, 39.
11. ———. "Pundora's Tin Box Reopened: a Quiz on the Canon." Canadian Holmes 22, no. 4 (1999): 39-40, 51.
12. Gibson, Brian Neil, and Dave Sanders. "Disguises in the Canon: a quiz." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 4 (2000): 9, 42.
13. ———. "A Hotel Quiz." Canadian Holmes 19, no. 4 (1996): 26.
14. Hobbs, Don. "Review--The Sherlock Holmes Triviography and Quiz Book by Kathleen Kaska." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 5 (2000): 23.
15. Hultgren, Joella. "Three Pipe Problem." Baker Street West 1 9, no. 2 (2003): 16-18, 38.
16. Jordan, Anne. "Gardens Through the Keyhole: A Canonical Quiz." The Ritual, no. 14 (1994): 30-31, 44.
17. Kaska, Kathleen. The Sherlock Holmes triviography and quiz book. Dallas, Tex: Taylor Pub. Co, 2000.
LC Control Number: 00044681. Includes bibliographical references (p. <209>-210);
18. Martindale, David. "The game's afoot so don those deerstalkers." The Globe and Mail (Toronto), April 16, 1994: E6.
A film quiz of fifteen questions. "Attention, Sherlock Holmes fans: Put on your thinking caps (deerstalkers, naturally) and break out the tobacco for the following Sherlock-on-the-screen quiz."
19. Reynolds, Cort. The Final Problems: Sherlock Holmes Mystery Trivia. Ada, OH: the author, 1997.
Scuttlebutt Jul 1997; "A booklet with more than 800 Canonical questions that can be used for a four-player board game or by those who just want to test their expertise."
20. Richards, Dana. "Quiz--'Body Parts Quiz'." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 4 (1998): 18-19, 25.
21. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 3 (2002): 18-19, 44.
22. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 6 (2001): 14-15, 54.
23. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 5 (2001): 15-16, 52.
24. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 5 (2000): 29-30, 35.
25. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 6 (1999): 18-19, 32.
26. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 1 (1999): 35-36.
27. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 5 (1998): 11, 27.
28. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court: A Lemon Tree Mightier Wads In'." The Holmes & Watson Report 7, no. 1 (2003): 9-10, 40.
29. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court: More Edges'." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 2 (2004): 18-19, 36.
30. ———. "Quiz--'The Police Court: more Mondregreens'." The Holmes & Watson Report 7, no. 4 (2003): 19, 51.
31. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 6 (2002): 20, 36.
32. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 4 (2001): 12-13, 36.
33. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 1 (2000): 30-32.
34. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 3 (2000): 14-15, 40.
35. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 4 (2000): 26-27, 40.
36. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court'." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 5 (1999): 9-10, 39.
37. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Cryptic Crosswords'." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 5 (2004): 9-11, 28.
38. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Doublets'." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 1 (2002): 14-15, 52.
39. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Doublets--Redux'." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 1 (2002): 10-11, 23.
40. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Edges'." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 1 (2004): 21-22, 36.
41. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Form Puzzles'." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 2 (1999): 11-13, 40.
42. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Form Puzzles Redux'." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 2: 16-17, 40.
43. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Guggenheim'." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 6 (2003): 11-12, 40.
44. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Limergrams'." The Holmes & Watson Report 7, no. 3 (2003): 13-14, 27.
45. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Minute Mysteries'." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 4 (2004): 15-16.
46. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Similes'." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 3 (2004): 3-5, 32.
47. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court Singlets'." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 6 (2005): 15-16, 28.
48. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court STERNL Redux'." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 5 (2002): 35-36, 52.
49. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court: Canonical Mnemonics'." The Holmes & Watson Report 7, no. 5 (2003): 10-11.
50. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court: More Form Puzzles'." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 4 (2002): 5-7, 44.
51. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court: Son of STERNL'." The Holmes & Watson Report 7, no. 2 (2003): 17-18, 40.
52. ———. "Quiz--'The Police-Court: Who Wants to be One of the Richest Men in Kent?'." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 3 (2001): 26-28, 36.
53. Riippa, Laurele, Lyn Andriani, Dena Croog, Cindi DiMarzo, Karole Riippa, and Bella Stander. "Trade Paperbacks." Publishers Weekly 247, no. 33 (2000): 272.
Presents a list of trade paperback books. Includes Carroll & Graf title The Exploits of Baron de Marbot (Oct., $12.95) by Baron de Marbot "is the classic that inspired Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's stories of Brigadier Gerard and the Napoleonic wars." Taylor title The Sherlock Holmes Trivography and Quiz Book (Oct., $10.95) by Kathleen Kaska "provides hundreds of trivia questions about the detective and other characters created by Conan Doyle."
54. Sanders, Dave, Brian Gibson, and Barbara Roden. Canonical quizzes from the bootbox twenty-five years of puzzles from the Bootmakers of Toronto. Ashcroft, British Columbia: Calabash Press, 1997.
55. Shaw, John Bennett. "A Quiz on the Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 3 (1995): 46-47.
56. ———. "A Quiz on the Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 2 (1994): 31.
57. ———. The really ragged Shaw the master sleuth quizbook : being the expanded Ragged Shaw. Dubuque, Iowa: Gasogene Press, 1994.
58. ———. The really ragged Shaw the master sleuth quizbook : being the expanded Ragged Shaw [galley]. s.l.: s.n., 1994.
59. Tonkin, Boyd. "Books: Summer Crime: Not quite so Elementary, Dear Readers; Win a Stash of Sherlock Holmes Books in our Penguin Summer Quiz." The Independent (London), July 28, 2001: 10.
"In August 1901, Arthur Conan Doyle brought his creation Sherlock Holmes back from the dead when The Hound of the Baskervilles started its serialisation in the Strand magazine. To mark the centenary of this famous resurrection, Penguin has published a range of Conan Doyle's works as Penguin Classics for the first time. And 10 Independent readers can win the whole set, along with Daniel Stashower's much-praised new biography of Conan Doyle, in our Summer Crime quiz...."
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