Deadly Harpoon (“Black Peter”)

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Deadly Harpoon. A Facsimile of the Original Manuscript of “The Adventure of Black Peter” by Arthur Conan Doyle with Annotations and Commentary. Edited & introduced by Glen Miranker, BSI. A man is found pinned to the wall by a harpoon. Jealousy and domestic violence are at the forefront. These are the salient features of “Black … Continue reading Deadly Harpoon (“Black Peter”)

Canon Law

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Canon Law: Lawyers, Law and the Sherlockian Canon. Edited & introduced by William A. Walsh, BSI, and Donny Zaldin, BSI. Murder, blackmail, domestic strife, imprisonment. Without all of these, there would be no need for Sherlock Holmes. Canon Law examines nearly every aspect of the legal profession and the laws themselves as they are represented … Continue reading Canon Law

Peter E. Blau: A Festschrift

Peter E. Blau: A Festschrift. In Honor of the 60th Anniversary of His Investiture in The Baker Street Irregulars. Edited & introduced by Leslie S. Klinger, BSI. Sixty is a number of great significance in the Sherlockian world. It’s the number of stories in the Canon. It’s also the number of years that Peter Blau … Continue reading Peter E. Blau: A Festschrift

Trenches (“His Last Bow”)

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Trenches: The War Service of Sherlock Holmes. A Facsimile of the Partial Original Manuscript of "His Last Bow" by Arthur Conan Doyle with Annotations and Commentary on the Story. Edited & introduced by Robert Katz, MD, BSI and Andrew Solberg, BSI. While the manuscript of "His Last Bow" is incomplete, a substantial portion still exists … Continue reading Trenches (“His Last Bow”)

Mobile Holmes

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Mobile Holmes: Transportation in the Canon. Edited & introduced by Walter Jaffee, BSI. Sherlock Holmes is indelibly associated with Baker Street. But as we know, he traveled throughout London, throughout England, and to other parts of the world. Clients came to consult him as well. Those travels requited the use of various forms of transportation. … Continue reading Mobile Holmes

Dancing to Death (“The Dancing Men”)

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Dancing to Death. A Facsimile of the Original Manuscript of "The Dancing Men" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with Annotations and Commentary on the Story. Edited & introduced by Ray Betzner, BSI and David F. Morrill, BSI. Despite the fact that Hilton Cubitt is murdered while he is Sherlock Holmes' client, "The Adventure of the … Continue reading Dancing to Death (“The Dancing Men”)

Canada and Sherlock Holmes

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Canada and Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Peter Calamai, BSI and Mark Alberstat, BSI. Canada and Sherlock Holmes contains a selection of the best Holmesian writing from Canada, many produced by members of The Bootmakers of Toronto, Canada's national Sherlockian society. Although two other book-length compilations of the Bootmakers' writings have appeared in the past, the … Continue reading Canada and Sherlock Holmes

Art in the Blood

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Art in the Blood: Cartoonist & Illustrator Scott Bond Meets Sherlock Holmes. Edited, with an introduction, by Mark Gagen. "Art in the blood is liable to take the strangest forms," said Sherlock Holmes in "The Greek Interpreter," and Scott Bond's canonical cartoons and other illustrations bear this out. His cartoons have appeared in every issue … Continue reading Art in the Blood

Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen

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Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen. Edited & introduced by Lyndsay Faye and Ashley Polasek. Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen was the third Baker Street Irregulars' officially sponsored Conference, and the first held on the West Coast. This 2012 event was a unique collaboration between the BSI and the UCLA School of Theatre, Film … Continue reading Sherlock Holmes: Behind the Canonical Screen