Canadian Holmes – 2016

Canadian Holmes, Journal of The Bootmakers of Toronto

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Volume 39 Number 1 – Winter 2015/2016
  • Traces of Bootprints – By Mark & JoAnn Alberstat
  • From Mrs. Hudson’s Kitchen – By Wendy Heyman-Marsaw
  • His Last Bow – By Karen Gold
  • M’Naghten, Moriarty and the Insanity Defence – By Daniel P. Greenfield and Peter H. Jacoby
  • Vamberry the Wine Merchant, Count Dracula and the Zionist Movement (Part 2 of 2) – By Hartley R. Nathan & Clifford S. Goldfarb
  • Sherlock Holmes and Leon Sterndale: La Cage aux Folles – By John Linsenmeyer
  • A Toast to the Second Mrs. Watson – By John C. Sherwood
  • Sherlock Holmes and fandom: A Study in Signs – By Dorothy Palmer
  • From the Editors’ Bookshelf
  • Letters from Lomax – By Peggy Perdue
  • News Notes From Across the Country
  • Bootmakers’ Diary – By David Sanders and Bruce Aikin

Volume 39 Number 2 – Spring 2016
  • Traces of Bootprints – By Mark & JoAnn Alberstat
  • From Mrs. Hudson’s Kitchen – By Wendy Heyman-Marsaw
  • A Priori: Canis Familiaris – By Warren Randall
  • The Perils of a Foreign Language Collector – By Don Hobbs
  • From the Notebooks of Inspector Lestrade – By Nick Dunn-Meynell
  • A Toast to Sir Henry Baskerville – By Monica Schmidt
  • Adapting Sherlock: Granada’s “Authentic” 1980s Series The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – By Thomas Vranken
  • Recent Discovery of Two Canadian Sherlockian and Doylean Connections – By Doug Wrigglesworth
  • Sherlockian World News
  • A Toast to dogs in the Canon – By Peter Calamai
  • From the Editors’ Bookshelf
  • Letters from Lomax – By Peggy Perdue
  • News Notes From Across the Country
  • Bootmakers’ Diary – By Donny Zaldin, David Sanders and Bruce Aikin

Volume 39 Number 3 – Summer 2016
  • Traces of Bootprints – By Mark & JoAnn Alberstat
  • From Mrs. Hudson’s Kitchen – By Wendy Heyman-Marsaw
  • Why do we admire Sherlock Holmes? Reflections on his reasoning method – By Martin Felitas González
  • “You had a companion” – By Michael Duke
  • How the Lion’s Mane was Let Out of the Bag: Arthur Conan Doyle’s Unintentional Contribution to Biological Nomenclature – By Don Roebuck
  • “I have made a small study of tattoo marks…”
  • Sherlockian World News
  • “Holmes gave me a brief review”
  • Letters from Lomax – By Peggy Perdue
  • Canadian Roundup
  • Bootmakers’ Diary – By David Sanders and Bruce Aikin

Volume 39 Number 4 – Fall 2016
  • Traces of Bootprints – By Mark & JoAnn Alberstat
  • From Mrs. Hudson’s Kitchen – By Wendy Heyman-Marsaw
  • The Trial of Mycroft Holmes – By Brenda Rossini
  • So Very Suspicious – By Karen Gold
  • Harpooning Black Peter – By Nick Dunn-Meynell
  • The Ploys of Sherlock Holmes – An Analysis of Holmes’s Theatrical Efforts to Obtain Clues – By Brian Gibson
  • “Holmes gave me a brief review”
  • Letters from Lomax – By Peggy Perdue
  • Bootmakers’ Diary – By David Sanders, Donny Zaldin and Bruce Aikin

If you have thoughts or comments about Canadian Holmes, please e-mail Mark Alberstat.