From the bustling neighborhoods of New York City and Washington, D.C., to sunny yet sinister cities like San Francisco on the West Coast, the world's best-loved British sleuth will face some of the most cunning criminals America has to offer, and meet some of America's most famous figures along the way. A fascinating and extraordinary collection of never-before-published crime and mystery stories by bestselling American writers.
"A Herman Graf book."
Introduction: "American, as you perceive" / Jon Lellenberg & Daniel Stashower
Case of Colonel Warburton's madness / Lyndsay Faye
Ghosts and the machine / Lloyd Rose
Exerpts from an unpublished memoir found in the basement of the home for retired actors / Steve Hockensmith
Flowers of Utah / Robert Pohle
Adventure of the coughing dentist / Loren D. Estleman
Minister's missing daughter / Victoria Thompson
Case of Colonel Crockett's violin / Gillian Linscott
Adventure of the White City / Bill Crider
Recalled to life / Paula Cohen
Seven walnuts / Daniel Stashower
Adventure of the Boston Dromio / Matthew Pearl
Case of the rival queens / Carolyn Wheat
Adventure of the missing three quarters / Jon L. Breen
Song at twilight / Michael Walsh
Moriarty, Moran, and more: Anti-hibernian sentiment in the Canon / Michael Walsh
How the creator of Sherlock Holmes brought him to America / Christopher Redmond
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