The Rediscovered Annals of Sherlock Holmes - Paperback
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In the 1980’s and 1990’s, the late Terry Golledge wrote ten Holmes masterful pastiches that perfectly captured Dr. Watson voice, as well as Holmes’s personality and methods. Mr. Golledge passed away in 1996 before these stories could be published.
In early 2022, Terry’s son, Niel Golledge, reached out to Sherlockian editor David Marcum, who was electrified to read such wonderful previously lost tales about The Heroes of Baker Street. Now all of these valuable and sublime new additions to The Great Holmes Tapestry, once unknown except to a very few, are collected in an important new volume and available to the world.
The Pihdarus Papers
The Case of the Woman at Margate
The Grosvenor Square Furniture Van
The Merton Friends
The Addleton Tragedy
The Crown of Light
The Adventure of the Silk Scarf
The Bickstone Lodge Affair (A Novella)
The Adventure of the Lonely Soldier
The Riverfront Affair
All royalties from this collection are being donated for the benefit of the preservation of Undershaw, a school for special needs students located at one of the former homes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Publishers Weekly Review of the MX Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories Volume XXXI where two of Terry's tales appear:
"Terry Golledge (1920–1996), whose stories were unpublished during his lifetime, stands out with two entries, “The Grosvenor Square Furniture Van” and “The Case of the Woman at Margate,” both based on Dr. Watson’s references to unpublished investigations. The latter is an exemplar of cleverly building on the slimmest of narrative reeds—a single sentence about the absence of powder on a woman’s face."
Date 10th October 2022
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