Sherlock Holmes Alphabet of Cases, Volume 4 (P to T)


An Irregular Special Press Sherlock Holmes collection of short stories by Roger Riccard


Roger Riccard, one of the most respected Sherlock Holmes authors, has again taken pen in hand to bring forth the fourth set of five adventures in a new series of short stories for your entertainment.

The Piccadilly Poisoner – A patient of Dr. Watson exhibits signs of being slowly poisoned. Can Sherlock Holmes prevent the fatal dose from being administered?

The Dead Quiet Library – Two people have died under suspicious circumstances in an academic library which is purportedly haunted. Were they accidents as reported, or is there a more novel explanation?

The Raspberry Tart – There is something amiss about the relationship between a banker’s son and a beautiful young actress. What is the real reason behind the banker’s disapproval of the actress?

The Student Olympian – Why has a student, who is also a candidate for Great Britain’s 1908 Olympic team, suddenly disappeared?

Death on the Thames – A body turns up on a Royal Riverboat. Unusual circumstances call for the skills of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

“It was as though Doyle had crafted these stories himself.” Amazon review of Riccard’s Sherlock Holmes: Adventures for the Twelve Days of Christmas

Also available as an eBook from Amazon.

Additional information

Weight 0.263 kg
Dimensions 21.6 × 14.0 × 1.0 cm

Roger Riccard


Paperback and eBook




Paperback: 978-1-901091-77-9
eBook ASIN: B09B2MM3F3


Paperback: Irregular Special Press
eBook: Lume Books




Paperback: 2020
eBook: 2021


Paperback: 1st
eBook: 1st

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