A selection of novels and anthologies published well after Arthur Conan Doyle's death in which Sherlock Holmes appears as a main character, supporting character, or inspiration.
With Sherlock Holmes sometimes appearing in little more than a cameo, Michael Kurland's novels feature the adventures of "The Napoleon of Crime" - Professor James Moriarty: prominent scientist, keen analytical mind, and dabbler in less than savory doings. Others in the series include The Infernal Device and The Great Game.
Genre fiction stalwart Loren D. Estleman collects all of his Sherlock Holmes short stories and essays in one volume authorized and licensed by the estate of Arthur Conan Doyle. Included is a suggested reading section for books about Sherlock Holmes.
While following the trail of several corpses seemingly killed by wild animals, Holmes and Watson stumble upon the experiments of Doctor Moreau. This is Adams's second Sherlock Holmes novel, the first being Sherlock Holmes: The Breath of God.
This book collects the 6-issue graphic novel series in one volume, plus bonus material and a complete cover gallery.
In St. Paul, Minnesota in 1994, a handwritten manuscript bearing the signature of John H. Watson, M.D. is discovered in an old wall safe. The manuscript details an 1894 case that took Holmes and Watson to Minnesota to track a murderous arsonist known only as the Red Demon. The latest in the series is called The Magic Bullet: A Locked Room Mystery Featuring Shadwell Rafferty and Sherlock Holmes.
This time Sherlock Holmes is unfrozen from a Swiss glacier in order to solve crimes in the 21st century. This time instead of having Dr. Watson at his side he does his sleuthing with his roommate, James Wilson. Earlier entries in the series were The Strange Return of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Homes and the Shakespeare Letter.
It is 1947, and the long-retired Holmes lives with a housekeeper and her young son, Roger. Holmes has settled into the routine of tending his apiary, writing in journals, and grappling with the diminishing powers of his razor-sharp mind, when Roger comes upon a case hitherto unknown. It is that of a Mrs. Keller, the long-ago object of Holmes's deep infatuation.