Edited by Wiggins emeritus Michael F. Whelan, the book brought
together Sherlockians of all stripes for a wide variety of essays
about and related to the story. The story itself was fairly thin
and didn't present anything in the way of crime-solving on Sherlock
Holmes's part, but the essays in The Staunton Tragedy
up for that.
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Hear of Sherlock Everywhere to talk about this book and their
collaboration on manuscripts that spans 10 books.
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