First edition of Meyer's second Sherlockian pastiche, concerning a pair of theatrical murders and cast of suspicious characters including George Bernard Shaw, Ellen Terry, Bram Stoker, and Oscar Wilde.
Abridged edition of Boucher's THE CASE OF THE BAKER STREET IRREGULARS, cut down to a fraction of its former self "to speed up the story" for the reader under doctor's orders to strictly limit their daily intake of Sherlockian metafiction.
First edition of this detective story, twelfth in a long series of Great Detective Books written by Chicago's first police detective (and by some unknown quantity of ghostwriters, particularly on those books published by his famous agency after his death.)
By Arthur Conan Doyle, edited by William S. Baring-Gould
First single-volume edition of Baring-Gould's annotated and indexed edition of Doyle's four novels and fifty-six short stories, extensively illustrated with maps, diagrams, photographs, and drawings by Doyle, Sidney Paget, Frederic Dorr Steele, and numerous others.
Uncommon first U.S. edition of this Golden Age anthology, with an introductory essay by Knox expanding on his Rules of Detective Fiction and stories by Agatha Christie, Marie Belloc-Lowndes, Maurice Leblanc, Baroness Orczy, and others.
Third volume of Dôle's revived Harry Dickson stories, following the great Jean Ray's example in melding detective fiction, horror, and parapsychological investigations in these tales of the American Sherlock Holmes.
By Gérard Dôle and John Flanders [Jean Ray], preface by Albert Van Hageland
Second installment in the New Adventures of Harry Dickson, the American Sherlock Holmes, written by Dôle following themes previously developed by Jean Ray, who (as John Flanders) wrote the most famous and fantastical Dickson pulps in the 1930s.
By Gérard Dôle, prefaces by Jacques Bisceglia and La Pieuvre Noire
Harry Dickson, born in New York City circa 1890 and first described in print in Germany, rose to his greatest fame when chronicled in pulp magazines of the 1930s by the great fantasist Jean Ray; these New Adventures by Dôle carry on the tradition of the King of Detectives.
By Arthur Conan Doyle, selected and introduced by John Dickson Carr
First edition of these eleven adventure, mystery, and science fiction stories, selected by Carr in celebration of Doyle's hundredth anniversary, with two Sherlock Homes inclusions: "The Man with the Twisted Lip" and "Silver Blaze."
Revised edition of the classic study of crime fiction, covering Sherlock Holmes and his predecessors and continuing through the works of 20th century writers like Sayers, Hammett, Chandler, Rendell, and many others.
Edited by Martin Harry Greenberg and Carol-Lynn Rössel Waugh
First printing of this anthology of new Sherlock Holmes stories by Stephen King, Stuart Kaminsky, Lillian de la Torre, and others, published on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the detective's first appearance in print.