A Sherlock Holmes “bibliography”.
A series of essays, the most interesting of which explore one of the most crucial characters in the Sherlock Holmes Canon. London.
In the Footsteps of Sherlock Holmes examines London as it was during the last half of the nineteenth century. Harrison examines the stage and setting of Canon, providing valuable insight into every aspect of the world in which Sherlock Holmes lived and worked.
Originally published in 1933, Private Life was one of the first pieces of Sherlockian scholarship to appear on the scene. Starrett revised his work in 1960, and this volume now sits on the shelves of many a Sherlockian. Well written, insightful and informative, Private Life is a must read for anyone interested in the field of Sherlockian research.