The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
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Title: The Valley of Fear
'The Valley of Fear' by Arthur Conan Doyle, one of my favourite Sherlock Holmes stories, although half of it is completely empty of that charismatic detective. It is about secret societies, gunfights and romance, as well as unsolved crimes.
The Earthquake Machine (1976)
In the autumn of 1906, a telegram was delivered to 221B Baker Street. It contained a message which was to plunge Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson into their most terrifying adventure, which would threaten the very existence of the British Empire and bring the world to the edge of destruction.
Prisoner of the Devil (1990)
First published in 1979, this is a 1990 paperback reprint of Michael Hardwick's first Holmes adventure following publication of his centennial novel The Revenge of the Hound.
The Revenge of the Hound (1987)
This sequel to The Hound of the Baskervilles was released in 1987 to celebrate the Centenary of Sherlock Holmes.
Sherlock Holmes and The Folk Tale Mysteries - Volume 2 by Gayle Lange Puhl | Strand Magazine
Jewel thefts, missing persons, even murder are all elements in the world of the great detective Sherlock Holmes. What connects the stories in this book is that the cases he and his biographer Dr. John H. Watson investigate are based on adventures beloved of childhood. In a novel twist to the usual Holmes pastiches, Mrs. Puhl has based her plots involving Mr. Sherlock Holmes on folk tales, nursery rhymes and other snippets of children's literature. She has brought them into the Victorian era…
The Adventure of the Ectoplasmic Man (1985)
One of several books that teams Sherlock Holmes with the world's greatest magician and escapologist, Harry Houdini.
Sherlock Holmes and The Bizarre Alibi (2004)
Frank Thomas was the author of some 10 Holmes novels including Sherlock Holmes and the Sacred Sword. His later books were self-published, including the 2004 release.
The Adventure of the Peerless Peer by John H Watson
The Adventure of the Peerless Peer by John H Watson - book cover, description, publication history.
Sherlock Holmes & The Adventure of the Ruby Elephants by Christopher James | Strand Magazine
It is summer 1890 and the game is afoot. When an elephant escapes from the London Zoological Gardens, Holmes and Watson become embroiled in one of their strangest cases yet. Engaged by a jeweller in fear for his life, the trail leads Sherlock to two secret societies, each pursuing the eight ruby elephants said to unlock a vault containing the lost Nizam diamond. Standing in his way are some deadly foes: the Archangels: assassins in top hats and tailcoats, hell bent on the murder of the great…
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Reichenbach was not his deepest fall…. Autumn 1903 has not been kind to Sherlock Holmes. Irene Adler, his platonic love, is dead, and the detective has again fallen into the clutches of cocaine. Dr Watson hopes that the distraction of a marriage fraud case can help pull his friend out of his depression. But it …