Murder in Baker Street, Eds. Greenberg, Lellenberg, Stashower
Some really good new stories (pastiches) by some of the best current Sherlockian writers, including Peter Tremayne and Edward Hoch, among others.
New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, Ed. Mike Ashley
Another (mostly) good collection with a couple dozen new stories.
The Singular Adventures of Mr. Sherlock Holmes by Alan Stockwell
Awful; avoid at all costs. New stories, but devoid of the genius of Conan Doyle.
The Bedside Companion To Sherlock Holmes by Riley and McAllister
An enjoyable little book of Sherlock facts, trivia, etc., with summaries and related comments on each of the stories.
Sherlock's Logic by William Neblett
A text of sorts, on logic, told as a narrative of Sherlock Holmes III, and his friend, Dr. Watkins. Not bad. Fairly light reading, but enjoyable.
And, as I've mentioned elsewhere...
The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes by Leslie S Klinger
Simply the best. All 60 stories, with 1000s of annotations, illustrations, photographs, etc. Three fat volumes that look nice in your library or on your coffee table. Dr. Klinger is the living authority on Sherlock Holmes, and no Sherlockian should be without this set. (In my not-so-humble-but-sincerely-intended opinion.)
Last edited by Tantalus (June 4, 2012 2:49 am)