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The sixth issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features another stellar lineup of Holmes-themed non-fiction and Holmes-inspired mystery fiction. Included are: NON-FICTION: "The Rare Mexican Sherlock Holmes Series," by Gary Lovisi; "Remembering Edward D. Hoch and His Sherlock Holmes Stories," by Len Moffatt; "Screen of the Crime: Baker Street on a Budget," by Lenny Picker; and "The Autumn of Terror: Sherlock Holmes Investigates Jack the Ripper," by M. J. Elliott. FICTION: "A Memo from Inspector Lestrade," "The Curse of Bridges Falls," by William E. Chambers; "Let Them Eat Cake," by Jean Paiva; "The Little Blue Dog," by Marc Bilgrey; "The Bank Job," by Steve Hagood; "Silent Victim" (novel excerpt), by C.E. Lawrence; and "The Book of Tobit," by Carla Coupe. CLASSIC REPRINT: "The Reigate Squires," by Arthur Conan Doyle. POETRY: "The Shadow Train," by Mike Allen.
- Paperback: 144 pages
- Publisher: Wildside Press (August 24, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 143443320X
- ISBN-13: 978-1434433206
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
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After a rather disappointing 5th issue (which had been hyped as a "Sherlock Holmes" special issue, but ended up with one of the weakest and trashiest pastiche that can be imagined, and somewhat weaker works by others), this particular volume is a welcome break. It is also a stimulant to readers like us who have been following this magazine since its first issue, and who would like to be optimistic about its future. The contents are: