The 22nd issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features new and classic mystery tales – including a brand new Nero Wolfe story! Included are 7 stories, a poem, all the usual features, and more:<P> Features:<P> From Watson's Notebook, by John H. Watson, M. D.<BR> Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha Hudson<p> Non Fiction:<p> SCREEN OF THE CRIME, by Kim Newman<BR> BETTER THAN HOLMES? by Terry Teachout<BR> "I’M THE OLD MAN," by Dan Andriacco<p> Fiction:<p> ROEBIUS THE ROBBER, by Eugene D. Goodwin<BR> A CLOWN AT MIDNIGHT, by Marc Bilgrey<BR> CRAFTY OLD BAGS, by Laird Long<BR> THE PURLOINED PLATYPUS, by Marvin Kaye<BR> A RUDE AWAKENING, by Stan Trybulski<BR> THE TAHITIAN POWDER BOX MYSTERY, by James Holding<BR> THE ADVENTURE OF THE CARDBOARD BOX, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle<p> POETRY:<p> 221B, by Vincent Starrett<BR> Art & Cartoons:<P> Russell Thornton: Front cover art Marc Bilgrey: Cartoon
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #20 features the best in contemporary and classic mystery fiction, with a great linup of crimes and columns. This is a special All Sherlock Holmes Fiction issue! Here are:<BR> Features:<BR> From Watson’s Notebook, by John H. Watson, M. D.<BR> Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha Hudson<BR> Non Fiction:<BR> Screen of the Crime, by Kim Newman<BR> Sherlock Holmes for Crown and Country, by Dan Andriacco<BR> Fiction:<BR> The Case of the Burnt Song, by Martin Rosenstock<BR> Sherlock Holmes: Discovering the Border Burghs and, by Deduction, The Brig Bazaar, In the style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle<BR> The Singular Affair at Sissinghurst Castle, by David Marcum<BR> The Case of the Swindled Candidate, by Jack Grochot<BR> The Late Constable Avery, by G C Rosenquist<BR> The Strange Case of the Wrinkled Yeti of The Club Foot and his Abominable Life, by Gary Lovisi<BR> The Wrong Doctor, by Rafe McGregor<BR> The Case of the Missing Archaeologist, by Carla Coupe<BR> CLASSIC REPRINT:<BR> The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle<P> ART & CARTOONS:<BR> Ivan Murgia (Front Cover)<BR> Cartoon by Marc Bilgrey
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #19 features the best in contemporary and classic mystery fiction, with a great lineup of stories and columns. Here are:<P> Features:<BR> From Watson's Notebook, by John H. Watson, M. D.<BR> Ask Mrs Hudson, by (Mrs) Martha Hudson<P> Non Fiction:<BR> Screen of the Crime, by Kim Newman<BR> Podcasting, by Lisa Cotoggio<P> Fiction:<BR> A Breton Homecoming: Conclusion, by Peter James Quirk<BR> The Perfesser and the Kid, by Roberta Rogow<BR> A Business Proposition, by Janice Law<BR> A King’s Ransom, by John M. Floyd<BR> Running in Place, by J.E. Irvin<P> <BR> Letter of the Law, by J.P. Seewald<P> CLASSIC REPRINT:<BR> The Boscombe Valley Mystery, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle<P> ART & CARTOONS:<BR> Wolf Forrest (Front Cover)<BR> Cartoon by Marc Bilgrey
This volume collects all five Professor Challenger stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes. Included are:<P> The Lost World (1912)<BR> The Poison Belt (1913)<BR> The Land of Mist (1926)<BR> When the World Screamed (1928)<BR> The Disintegration Machine (1929)<P> And if you enjoy this volume, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for «Wildside Press Megapack» to see more entries in this great series, covering science fiction, fantasy, horror, mysteries, westerns, classics – and much, much more!
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Megazine returns with its September/October 2013 issue, presenting the best in modern and classic mystery fiction! Included this time are the usual columns by Lenny Picker and Mrs Hudson, plus the following stories: <P> Eldritch, My Dear Watson, by Darrell Schweitzer<BR> Sherlock Holmes and Science Fiction, by Amy H. Sturgis<BR> The Adventure of the Docklands Apparition, by Mark Wardecker<BR> The Problem of the Three Edwardian Pennies, by Peter Cannon<BR> The Curse of Edwin Booth, by Carole Bugge<BR> Fool's Gold, by Martin Rosenstock<BR> The Adventure of The Lunatics's Ball, by Adam Beau McFarlane<BR> Muse With Seven Percent, by Christian Endres<BR> Simplicity Itself, by Zack Wentz<BR> The Butler Did it, by Herschel Cozine<BR> The Case of the Tarleton Murders, By Jack Grochot<BR> The Field Bazaar, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle<P> "Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine" is produced under license from Conan Doyle Estate Ltd.
The horse has been championed throughout history as a war machine, a means of transport, an adjunct to farming, a source of popular entertainment, and, finally, as a true friend and companion. So it's no surprise that writers throughout history have featured the horse prominently in their fiction. Here are 25 stories and 5 poems of equine fiction and literature, from Anna Sewell's Black Beauty to classic tales by Arthur Conan Doyle, Mark Twain, Jonathan Swift, and many others! <P> Included are: Black Beauty, by Anna Sewell The Man from Snowy River, by A. B. Paterson [poem] Chu Chu, by Bret Harte John G., by Katherine Mayo Gulliver's Travels: A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms, by Jonathan Swift How the Old Horse Won the Bet, by Oliver Wendell Holmes [poem] A Horse's Tale, by Mark Twain The Talking Horse, by F. Anstey Samuel Cowles and His Horse Royal, by Eugene Field A Horseman in the Sky, by Ambrose Bierce The Dun Horse, by George Bird Grinnell The Enchanted Horse, by Amy Steedman At Galway Races, by William Butler Yeats [poem] A Ride with a Mad Horse in a Freight-Car, by W. H. H. Murray Buying a Horse, by William Dean Howells Skipper: Being the Biography of a Blue-Ribboner, by Sewell Ford The Instinct of Animals: Horses, by Thomas Bingley A Night Among the Horses, by Djuna Barnes He Walked Around the Horses, by H. Beam Piper The Horse of the Invisible, by William Hope Hodgson Miles Keogh's Horse, by John Hay [poem] The War Horse of Alexander, by Plutarch, edited by Andrew Lang Heads and Tales: The Horse," edited by Adam White Heart Bar Johnny, by Mary Wickizer Burgess Lady Clare: The Story of a Horse, by Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen Zadig: The Dog and the Horse, by Voltaire My First Horse Surgery, by Mark E. Burgess Silver Blaze, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Ballad of the Drover, by Henry Lawson [poem] Horse Latitudes: Return to the Country of the Houyhnhnms, by Robert Reginald <P> And don't forget to search this ebook store for «Wildside Megapack» to see more entries in the series, covering everything from animal stories to classics to science fiction, mysteries, westerns, ghost stories…and much, much more!
The fourth issue of «Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine» features Carla Coupe's new Holmes story, "The Adventure of the Elusive Emeralds,' plus tales by Stan Trybulski, Melville S. Brown, Marc Bilgrey, Hal Charles, William E. Chambers, Jean Paiva, and Roberta Rogow. This issue's classic reprint is «The Adventure of the Resident Patient,» by Arthur Conan Doyle. Plus all the regular features, a look at the new Holmes movie, cartoons, and more.