last updated 30 March 2020
David B. Beckwith
The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes
Volumes 1, 2, 3, & 4
These are the tales that Dr. Watson wrote, but he never published.
Watson's great-great-grandson James Innes Watson has inherited all
of his forebear's manuscripts. The reasons why Dr. Watson did not
publish some of his works are varied, but largely because many are
controversial, but now after more than a hundred years James Watson
deems that they can be made public: not least that they involve the
royalty of Europe from Victorian and Edwardian eras, the British Police
Special Branch, the fledgling British Secret Service, and the original
Mafia of New York ("the Black Hand").
The tales also reveal much that readers could not previously have known
of the great detective and his chronicler Dr. John Hamish Watson.
Volume I details
Volume II details
Volume III details
Volume IV details
Other Sherlock Holmes Stories
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