"But", you say, "Conan Doyle never wrote any science fiction stories involving Holmes." Well, this is a debatable point, for the opposing viewpoint see Anthony Boucher's introduction. Regardless of whether or not he did, there are some science fiction authors who felt that Holmes should have had some more adventures, preferable in the future. Now not only did they feel this way but they actually sat down and did something about giving the world more Holmes stories.
The Council of Four of Denver, scion society of the Baker Street Irregulars, has published this book for science fiction fans and Holmes enthusiasts wherever they may be. We trust you will enjoy the book.
The Martian Crown Jewels by Poul AndersonThe Adventure of the Misplaced Hound by Poul Anderson & Gordon R. DicksonThe Anomaly of the Empty Man by Anthony BoucherThe Greatest Tertian by Anthony BoucherThe Adventure of the Stitch in Time by Mack Reynolds & August DerlethThe Adventure of the Ball of Nostradamus by Mack Reynolds & August DerlethThe Return by H. Beam Piper & John McGuire
Title: The Science-Fictional Sherlock Holmes
Editor: Robert C. Peterson
Publisher: The Council of Four
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