List of authors of new Sherlock Holmes stories

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The following is an alphabetical list and selected bibliography of authors, other than Sherlock Holmes's creator Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who have authored Holmes stories:

For more details on this topic, see Non-canonical Sherlock Holmes works.


  • Guy Adams: Sherlock Holmes: The Breath of God, 2011, and Sherlock Holmes: The Army of Dr Moreau, 2012.
  • Boris Akunin: Jade Rosary Beads (crossover with Erast Fandorin)
  • Poul Anderson: Time Patrol where the main character meets Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson during time travels.
  • Val Andrews: famous music-hall artist, he authored about a dozen new Holmes stories, most of them with a magic/music-hall background.
  • Hugh Ashton/ author of twenty three untold stories, including the Deedbox Series, the Dispatch Box Series, Without My Boswell and a series for children featuring Sherlock Ferret.
  • Isaac Asimov as editor with Martin H. Greenberg & Charles G Waugh: Sherlock Holmes Through Time and Space (anthology)


  • John Kendrick Bangs: the prolific and popular humorous American writer authored the remarkable adventures of Raffles Holmes, Esq, the son of Sherlock Holmes and grandson of A J Raffles, gentleman burglar, amongst other Holmesian novels
  • Abbey Pen Baker (Rebecca Morean): "In the Dead of Winter" Myrl Adler Norton, daughter of Sherlock Holmes, and her biographer, Faye Martin Tullis, catch up with two elderly gentlemen from England when cases connect in the heart of Vermont. Holmes is stunned to learn his liaison years ago with Irene Adler left a legacy.
  • David Barnett: "Woman's Work", a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • Stephen Baxter: "The Adventure of the Intertial Adjustor" (Holmes and Watson meet H.G. Wells) in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, 1997
  • Pierre Bayard: "Sherlock Holmes was wrong: reopening the case of the Hound of the Baskerville" the French psychanalist and literary scholar reexamines the detective's most prominent file and comes up with a different solution !
  • Peter S. Beagle: "Mr. Sigerson" in Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Years, 2004
  • David Belke: In the play The Reluctant Resurrection of Sherlock Holmes (1992) Arthur Conan Doyle is summoned to investigate the haunting of an old actor's country manor two years after the author killed off Sherlock Holmes. While investigating, Doyle himself is haunted by Sherlock Holmes who refuses to give up his literary life.
  • Sam Benady: "Sherlock Holmes in Gibraltar - the true Solution to the Mystery of Mary Celeste and the singular affair of the Duke of Connaught" contains three short stories
  • Lloyd Biggle
  • Leigh Blackmore "Exalted Are the Forces of Darkness" in Gaslight Grotesque: Nightmare Tales of Sherlock Holmes, 2009
  • Anthony Boucher: "The Case of the Baker Street Irregulars" NY Simon & Schuster 1940. The BSI, recruited as technical advisors by a movies producer, investigate the mysterious murder of a heavy-drinking ex-private detective turned hardboiled mystery novelist and screenwriter at 221B Romualdo Drive. see also Denis Green infra
  • Mark Bourne: "The Case of the Detective's Smile" in Sherlock Holmes in Orbit - added to the Wold Newton Chronology (Jan 1998)
  • Rhys Bowen: "The Case of the Lugubrious Manservant" in Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Years, 2004
  • Rick Boyer (full name: Richard Lewis Boyer): The Giant Rat of Sumatra (1976)
  • Clive Kenneth Brooks: Sherlock Holmes revisited: the Hitherto Unchronicled Adventures (2 vol. 1990) and The Memoirs of Professor Moriarty
  • Eric Brown: "The Tragic Affair of the Martian Ambassador", a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • Carole Bugge: novels The Star of India & The Haunting of Torre Abbey, short stories in The Games is Afoot ... and The Resurrected Sherlock Holmes



  • David Stuart Davies: author and editor. An internationally recognized expert on Sherlock Holmes, editor of the crime fiction magazine Sherlock and the anthologies The Shadows of Sherlock Holmes (1998), The Game's Afoot (2008) and others. He is the author of five Holmes novels: Sherlock Holmes and the Hentzau Affair (1991), The Tangled Skein (1995), The Scroll of the Dead (1998), Shadow of the Rat (1999) and The Veiled Detective (2004). His Holmes short stories include "The Darlington Substitution Scandal" (in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, 1997), "The Adventure of the Whitrow Inheritance", "Sherlock Holmes and the Ghost of Christmas Past" and "Sherlock Holmes and the Reichenbach Secret" (all in The Game's Afoot, 2008).
  • Barry Day: Sherlock Holmes and the Shakespeare Globe Murder
  • Colin Dexter: "A Case of Mis-Identity", in his short story collection Morse's Greatest Mystery.
  • Lakshan Mayantha Perera "The Artist & Holmes"
  • Michael Dibdin: The Last Sherlock Holmes Story
  • Richard Dinnick: "The Adventure of the Swaddled Railwayman"', a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • Rock Dilisio: Sherlock Holmes: Mysteries of the Victorian Era
  • June Dixon & Donald Monat: "The Merchant of Death"
  • Adrian Conan Doyle (Conan Doyle's son, and former holder of his estate)- collaborations with John Dickson Carr (c.f.) The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes (1954)
  • Stuart Douglas: "The Shape of Things", a novella in Miss Wildthyme and Friends Investigate and "The Case of the Locked Carriage", a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • Andre Paul Duchateau Belgian ( French-speaking ) crime novelist: Sherlock Holmes revient short stories anthology
  • William E Dudley: "The Untold Sherlock Holmes" NY 1983 - Ten short stories
  • Jean Dutourd (Member of the Académie Française): Les Mémoires de Mary Watson Paris 1980 (check Wikipedia in French language with the title - the novel doesn't seem to have been translated in English) the meeting of Dr Watson with his future wife, Mary Morstan, during this family drama (the death of Mary's father) investigated by Sherlock Holmes

E, F[edit]


  • Neil Gaiman: "A Study in Emerald" in the multi-author collection Shadows Over Baker Street. Won the 2004 Hugo for Best Short Story. Also "The Case of Death and Honey" in the collection A Study in Sherlock.
  • Arnould Galopin: "Herlockoms" (another avatar of Sherlock Holmes in French literature) crossover with Allan Dickson, the Australian detective, in "La ténébreuse affaire de Green Park" (1910) and "L'homme au complet gris" (1931) - another Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper story
  • Emanuel E Garcia: a short story in "Sherlock Holmes and the Three Poisoned Pawns"
  • Juan García Rodenas: Two short stories in Spanish, La guerra del Doctor Watson (Doctor Watson's War), about Watson's campaign in Afghanistan, and La Aventura del Magnicidio Resuelto (The Adventure of the Solved Assassination), about young Holmes and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln; both in "Antes de Baker Street", Academia de Mitología Creativa Jules Verne de Albacete, 2008.[5]
  • David Gerrold: short story "The Fan Who Molded Himself"[6]
  • Paul D Gilbert: "The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes" short stories, one telling of an attempt on Mycroft Holmes' life.
  • Barry Grant: The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes and the Shakespeare Letter.
  • Denis Green (& Anthony Boucher): scripts and short stories for the American broadcast show The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1939–1946) - remastered original records available on CDs (" Murder by Moonlight and Other Mysteries", etc.) narrated by actors Basil Rathbone & Nigel Bruce
  • Dominic Green: "The Adventure of the Lost World"[7]
  • Ken Greenwald : "The Lost Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" based on the Original Radio Plays by Denis Green (& Anthony Boucher)
  • L. B. Greenwood: Novels and the short story "The Case of the Last Battle" in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, 1997
  • Claire Griffen: "The Case of the Incumbent Invalid" in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, 1997


  • Mags Halliday: 'Holmes and the Indelicate Widow', a short story in "Encounters of Sherlock Holmes", 2013
  • Kelly Hale: Faction Paradox: Erasing Sherlock and 'The Pennyroyal Society', a short story in "Encounters of Sherlock Holmes", 2013
  • John Hall: "Sherlock Holmes at the Raffles Hotel"
  • Robert Lee Hall: Exit Sherlock Holmes, Scribner's 1977 - Playboy Press 1979
  • Edward B. Hanna: The Whitechapel Horrors
  • Michael Hardwick: Sherlock Holmes my Life and Crimes Harvill Press 1984
  • Michael Harrison: I, Sherlock Holmes - Memoirs of Mr Sherlock Holmes, OM, late Consulting Private Detective-in-Ordinary to Their Majesties Queen Victoria, King Edward VII and King Georges V (1977)
  • Edward D. Hoch: "The Adventure of Vittoria the Circus Belle" in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, 1997
  • Mark Hodder: 'The Loss of Chapter Twenty-One', a short story in "Encounters of Sherlock Holmes", 2013
  • Mike Hogan: 'The Sherlock Holmes and Young Winston 1887 Trilogy' MX Publishing 2013 consisting of three volumes - "The Deadwood Stage", "The Jubilee Plot", "The Giant Moles". "The Kohada Collection" (five novelettes) and "The Savoy Collection" (five novelettes) MX Publishing 2013.
  • Anthony Horowitz: "The House of Silk", Little Brown and Company , 2011

J, K[edit]

  • Neil Jackson: Celeste in which Holmes and Watson are involved in an X-Files style story surrounding a mysterious sailing vessel that also involves the Prince of Wales. (2010)
  • L. Frank James: An Opened Grave: Sherlock Holmes Investigates His Ultimate Case (2006)
  • Enrique Jardiel Poncela: Novísimas aventuras de Sherlock Holmes (Spanish Very new adventures of Sherlock Holmes), seven short parodic stories originally published in magazines in 1928 and several times published in book form.
  • Roger Jaynes: Two Holmesian novels and a short story in Sherlock Holmes and the Three Poisoned Pawns
  • Watkins Jones : Sherlock Holmes and the Occult: The Case of the Scarlet Women a confrontation with the infamous black magician Aleister Crowley
  • Marvin Kaye: editor with David Stuart Davies of The Game is Afoot: Parodies, Pastiches and Ponderings of Sherlock Holmes, an anthology of twenty short stories detailing untold incidents involving the RMS Titanic, childhoods of Holmes and Watson, and Holmes' rematching with Irene Adler
  • Stephen King: "The Doctor's Case", in which Watson solves a case before Holmes.
  • John R. King: The Shadow of Reichenbah Falls
  • Laurie R. King: The Mary Russell series of novels set in Holmes' later life (ongoing as of February 2009).
  • Ronald A. Knox: "The Adventure of the First-Class Carriage" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1985.
  • [Kim H. Krisco]: Sherlock Holmes - The Golden Years, 2014 "Five, totally new, post-retirement adventures.
  • Michael Kurland: anthologies & books: The Infernal Device (1978), Death by Gaslight (1982), The Great Game (2001), Empress of India (2006); and the short story "Reichenbach" in Sherlock Holmes: The Hidden Years, 2004. In this series, Professor Moriarty is the real hero who helps the bewildered Holmes solve crimes by providing him clues to discover the real villains.
  • Nick Kyme: 'The Post Modern Prometheus', a short story in "Encounters of Sherlock Holmes", 2013


  • Geoffrey A. Landis: "The Singular Habits of Wasps" (1994), nominated for the Hugo and Nebula awards.
  • Andy Lane: The Young Sherlock Holmes series;[8] Death Cloud and Red Leech. Also, All-Consuming Fire (1994), Doctor Who and Sherlock Holmes team up to battle the forces of H P Lovecraft's mythos.
  • Maurice Leblanc: crossover with Arsène Lupin in: Arsène Lupin contre Herlock Sholmes[9]
  • Alexis Lecaye: French novelist and TV scriptwriter "Marx et Sherlock Holmes", "Einstein et Sherlock Holmes"
  • Jean-Marc Lofficier & wife Randy Lofficier: short story in Les nombreuses vies de Sherlock Holmes
  • Alberto López Aroca: "Estudio en Esmeralda" ("Study in Emerald"; the title predates Neil Gaiman's "A Study in Emerald" for four or five years), brief novel in Spanish fanzine Fábulas Extrañas 29 and 30 (1997) and later reprinted in "A por cadáveres" (2003) and in "Estudio en Esmeralda" (Ilarión Ediciones, 2012); El problema de la pequeña cliente (The Problem of the Little Client), short story in "Nadie lo sabrá nunca" (2004); "Sherlock Holmes y los zombis de Camford" ("Sherlock Holmes and the Camford Zombies"), novel published in Spain by Ediciones Dolmen (2010); "Charlie Marlow y la rata gigante de Sumatra" ("Charlie Marlow and the Giant Rat of Sumatra"), novel published in Spain (2012).
  • Steve Lockley: "The Persian Slipper", a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • James Lovegrove: "The Fallen Financier", a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • James Lowder: "The Weeping Masks" in Shadows Over Baker Street anthology (2003)
  • Néstor Luján: "A Mayerling, una nit..." (1991) (Catalan, "In Mayerling, one night" Holmes, Hercule Poirot and Baroness Emma Orczy investigate the Mayerling Incident.



  • Peter Neugebauer german author: "Sherlock Holmes: The Truth about Ludwig II" (translated by Richard R. Rutter) (1995 for the english version)
  • Kim Newman: A Shambles in Belgravia
  • Robert Newman: The Case of the Baker Street Irregular (1984), a children's novel.
  • Béatrice Nicodème: French novelist for youngsters, creator of the Wiggins - a young BSI newspapers boy - series : " Un Rival pour Sherlock Holmes ", " Wiggins apprenti détective ", " Wiggins et le Perroquet muet ", " " Wiggins et Sherlock contre Napoléon " and " Wiggins et les plans de l'Ingénieur ". Authored the " Defi à Sherlock Holmes " novel and a short story in Les nombreuses Vies de Sherlock Holmes
  • Jamyang Norbu: The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes
  • John North: Sherlock Holmes and the Arabian Princess and Sherlock Holmes and the German Nanny

P, Q[edit]

  • Michel Pagel: a short story in Les nombreuses Vies de Sherlock Holmes
  • Stuart Palmer: "The Adventure of the Marked Man" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1985.
  • Anne Perry: short stories "The Watch Night Bell" in Holmes for Holidays and "The Christmas Gift" in More Holmes for the Holidays
  • Van Allen Plexico: 2 short stories: "The Problem at Stamford Bridge" and "The Adventure of the Tuvan Delegate" in Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective Volume One (Cornerstone Book Publishers, June 2009)
  • Ellery Queen editor's anthology The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes. This collection of 33 short stories is one of the most collectable Holmes' anthologies as much controversial debate during the initial release resulted in the Doyle Estate suppressing the print-run in the first few months and the definitive ceasing of publication soon after. (Copyright 1944, by Little, Brown and Company)


  • Vithal Rajan: Holmes of the Raj, 2010
  • Anthony Read: the Sherlock Holmes's (sic) Baker Street Boys series
  • René Réouven: Histoires secrètes de Sherlock Holmes. Three were published separately as "3 Histoires de Sherlock Holmes" for youngsters
  • Mike Resnick & Martin H. Greenberg (Editors): Sherlock Holmes in Orbit a twenty-six short stories anthology (1995) - Wold Newton Chronology
  • Ted Riccardi: The collection The Oriental Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
  • Kel Richards: The Curse of the Pharaohs (1997)
  • Barrie Roberts: Sherlock Holmes and the Railway Maniac (1994), Sherlock Holmes and the Devil's Grail (1995), Sherlock Holmes and the Man From Hell (1997), Sherlock Holmes and the Royal Flush (1998. Sherlock Holmes and the Harvest Of Death (1999), Sherlock Holmes and the Crosby Murder (2001), Sherlock Holmes and the Rule of Nine (2003), Sherlock Holmes and the King's Governess (2005), Sherlock Holmes and the American Angels (2007)
  • Ralph Roberts: " The Greatest Detective of All Time " short story in Sherlock Holmes in Orbit
  • Sydney Castle Roberts: "The Adventure of the Megatherium Thefts" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1985.
  • Rob Rogers: "The Adventure of the Pirates of Devil's Cape," a short story in The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and also released as a standalone ebook.
  • Samuel Rosenberg: " Naked is the Best Disguise " Fiction or non-fiction ? That's the question ...
  • André-François Ruaud: with Xavier Mauméjean " Les nombreuses vies de Sherlock Holmes " a " biography " of Sherlock Holmes with short stories by Michael Moorcock, Michel Page, Patrick Marcel, Jean & Randy Lofficier and Béatrice Nicodème
  • Kristine Kathryn Rusch
  • Peter Ryan: the Sherlock Holmes Solo Mysteries ( The Black River Emerald (n°2),..) Berkley Publishing Group (1987)


  • Fred Saberhagen: The Holmes-Dracula File (1978) and Seance for a Vampire (1994)
  • Autumn Sabol : Elementary, My Dear (2004)
  • Robert Saffron: The Demon Device a novel by Robert Saffron " as communicated " by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (sic) a humorous pastiche
  • Andrew Salmon: "The Adventure of the Locked Room" story in Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective Volume One anthology (Cornerstone Book Publishers, June 2009)
  • Siyaram Saran: The Boer War Mystery. Sherlock Holmes and Dr.Watson meet Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who was there as a Medical Doctor and an Indian Barrister M.K.Gandhi (Mahatma Gandhi) in South Africa, who was then practising law there and who inspired Holmes to take up Bee-Keeping after his retirement.
  • Dorothy L. Sayers
  • Bernard J. Schaffer: Whitechapel: the Final Stand of Sherlock Holmes (16 June 2011)
  • Cavan Scott: "The Demon Slasher of Seven Sisters", a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • Christopher Sequeira: "His Last Arrow" in Gaslight Grimoire; "The Adventure of the Haunted Showman" and "The Return of the Sussex Vampire" in The Game's Afoot! (ed: David Stuart Davies).
  • Stanley Shaw: "Sherlock Holmes at the 1902 Fifth Test" Sherlock Holmes discovering cricket
  • Jay Sheckley : "Vittoria the Circus Belle", Confidential Casebook of Sherlock Holmes which Publishers Weekly called "The best of an excellent collection". Editor: Marvin Kaye
  • Adrian Sherlock: "Sherlock Holmes, time-detective." and "Sherlock Holmes, time-detective: The Phantom from the future." (Amazon and Kindle via createspace, 2013) The books are the first in a series in which Holmes is a time-space traveller ala Dr.Who, with a human companion named Simon. Six books have been published in the series so far. Subsequent titles: Planet of Doom, Pyramids of Evil, The Key to Doomsday, Vampires in a Lighthouse.
  • Timothy Francis Sheil: The Siam Question ISBN 978-0-9538160-0-2 (Camden House Publishing Ltd, 1999)
  • Sam Siciliano: The Angel of the Opera: Sherlock Holmes meets the Phantom of the Opera
  • Aaron Smith: short story "The Massachusetts Affair" in Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective Volume One (Cornerstone Book Publishers, 2009)
  • D. O. Smith: "The Adventure of the Purple Hand" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1985.
  • Jô Soares: Xangô de Baker Street - a Sherlock Holmes in travel to Brazil meets Jack the Ripper, before the murders in Whitechapel.
  • Donald Stanley: Holmes Meets 007 (1964; reprinted in 1967). Sherlock Holmes meets James Bond.
  • Vincent Starrett: novels and short stories "The Adventure of the Unique Hamlet" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes(1985), The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes
  • Daniel Stashower: The Adventures of Ectoplasmic Man - where Holmes meets Houdini - as Editor ( with M H Greenberg & J L Lellenberg ) : Sherlock Holmes in America and Ghosts of Baker Street
  • James R Stefanie: "The Charters Affair"
  • Lauren Steinhauer: Sherlock Holmes' Lost Adventure : the True Story of the Giant Rats of Sumatra
  • Julian Symons: "The Adventure of Hillerman Hall" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1985
  • Tim Symonds: Sherlock Holmes And The Dead Boer At Scotney Castle (MX Publishing 2012). Sherlock Holmes And the Case Of the Bulgarian Codex MX Publishing November 2012. 'Sherlock Holmes And The Mystery of Einstein's Daughter' January 2014.

T, U[edit]

  • Donald Thomas: "The Execution of Sherlock Holmes and other new Adventures of the Great Detective", "The Voice from the Crypt"
  • Amy Thomas: "The Detective and The Woman" (MX Publishing 2012). "The Detective, The Woman and The Winking Tree" (MX Publishing 2013). Sherlock Holmes and Irene Adler solve cases together at the turn of the century and form a deep and lasting friendship.
  • Frank Thomas: various novels and short stories anthologies Sherlock Holmes Bridge Detective, Sherlock Holmes and the Sacred Sword, Sherlock Holmes and the Treasure Train, Bizarre Alibi, Sherlock Holmes and the Golden Bird, The Secret Files of Sherlock Holmes
  • June Thomson (aka June Valerie Thomson): The Secret Files of Sherlock Holmes (1990) The Secret Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes (1992), The Secret Journal of Sherlock Holmes (1993), Holmes and Watson : a Study in Friendship (1995), The Secret Documents of Sherlock Holmes (1999), The Secret Notebooks of Sherlock Holmes (2004)
  • Peter Tremayne: "The Affray at the Kildare Street Club" in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, 1997
  • Mark Twain: "A Double-Barrelled Detective Story", a story featuring Sherlock Holmes and, more accurately, making a farce on Holmes's style and deduction.

V, W, X, Y & Z[edit]

  • Cay Van Ash: Ten Years Beyond Baker Street (1985) Holmes versus Fu Manchu
  • Alan Vanneman: Sherlock Holmes and the Giant Rat of Sumatra (2002), Sherlock Holmes and the Hapsburg Tiara (2004)
  • Yves Varende (penname for Belgian author Thierry Martens: see WIKIPEDIA in French language) Le Requin de la Tamise, Le Tueur dans le Fog, Le Secret de l'Ile aux Chiens, Les Meurtres du Titanic, L'Otage de Fraulein Doktor ( novels in French language ) - anthologies : Sherlock Holmes revient, Sherlock Holmes et les Fantômes
  • Jan Walker: The Singular Case of the Duplicate Holmes, 1994. Holmes becomes a fugitive when an impersonator harasses and later kidnaps a young woman.
  • Michael Walsh (as Micheal Breathnach, with Clare Breathnach): "The Coole Park Problem" in Ghosts in Baker Street, 2006
  • Ray Walsh: The Mycroft Memoranda, 1984. Holmes investigates the murders of Jack The Ripper.
  • Daniel Ward: Sherlock Holmes: The Way of All Flesh, 2004
  • Doug Warwick (playwright and author): Sherlock Holmes & the First English Gentleman, 2010. The Death of Sherlock Holmes' Younger Brother in The Hounds' Collection, Volume 6, 2001.
  • I.A. Watson: story "Dead Man's Manuscript" in Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective Volume One (Cornerstone Book Publishers, June, 2009)
  • Ron Weighell: The Irregular Casebook of Sherlock Holmes ( anthology )
  • Manly Wade Wellman: Sherlock Holmes's War of the Worlds a steampunk sci-fi novel where Holmes meets Prof. Challenger.
  • Arthur Whitaker: "The Adventure of the Sheffield Banker" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1985.
  • Alan Wilson: "The Adventure of the Tired Captain" in The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, 1985.
  • Derek Wilson: "The Bothersome Business of the Dutch Nativity" in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Adventures, 1997
  • Wayne Worcester: The Monster at St Marylebone and The Jewel of Covent Garden
  • Mark Wright: "The Property of a Thief", a short story in 'Encounters of Sherlock Holmes', 2013
  • Sean M. Wright & Michael P. Hodel: Enter the Lion : A Posthumous Memoir of Mycroft Holmes (1979) and The Sherlock Holmes Cookbook series with John Farrell; also consultant for the TV Show the Return of Sherlock Holmes



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