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  1. The Untold Tales of Sherlock Holmes Cases Sir Arthur Conan Doyle never got around to writing

  2. Introduction The Canon consists of 56 short stories and 4 novellas In these 60 works there are some 83 "Untold Tales" referred to 37 of the 60 works have such references Your handout lists these 83 cases by Canon story Most of these case's were written by someone else An invaluable resource for these is: The school and Holmes website also gives the publishing details on 340 novels, 1125 short stories and 107 children’s books

  3. Black Peter (BLAC) In this memorable year ’95, a curious and incongruous succession of cases had engaged his attention, ranging from his famous investigation of the sudden death of Cardinal Tosca — an inquiry which was carried out by him at the express desire of His Holiness the Pope — down to his arrest of Wilson, the notorious canary-trainer, which removed a plague-spot from the East End of London.

  4. Black Peter (BLAC) Tosca, The Sudden Death of Cardinal"The Sudden Death of Cardinal Tosca" (Isaac S. George)
"The Matter of the Sudden Death of Cardinal Tosca" (David L. Hammer)
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 193-194
"The Case of the Cardinal's Corpse" (June Thomson)
"A Study In Orange" (Peter Tremayne) Wilson, The Notorious Canary Trainer "The Adventure of the Deptford Horror" (Adrian Conan Doyle)
"The Case of the Notorious Canary Trainer" (Ken Greenwald)
"The Case of the Notorious Canary Trainer" (Henry Slesar)
"The Case of the Notorious Canary Trainer" (June Thomson)

  5. The Blanched Soldier (BLAN) It happened that at the moment I was clearing up the case which my friend Watson has described as that of the Abbey School, in which the Duke of Greyminster was so deeply involved. I had also a commission from the Sultan of Turkey which called for immediate action, as political consequences of the gravest kind might arise from its neglect. Turkey, A Commission from the Sultan of "The Adventure of the Bulgarian Diplomat" (ZakariaErzinçlioglu)

  6. The Bruce Partington Plans (BRUC) “Suppose that I were Brooks or Woodhouse, or any of the fifty men who have good reason for taking my life, how long could I survive against my own pursuit? Brooks - who had good reason for taking Holmes' life "The Case of Young Vamberry, the Wine Merchant" (Ian Charnock)

  7. The Cardboard Box (CARD) He is a big, powerful chap, clean-shaven, and very swarthy — something like Aldridge, who helped us in the bogus laundry affair. This case has not been told - this is an opportunity for you!

  8. The Devil's Foot (DEVI) In March of that year Dr. Moore Agar, of Harley Street, whose dramatic introduction to Holmes I may some day recount, gave positive injunctions that the famous private agent lay aside all his cases and surrender himself to complete rest if he wished to avert an absolute breakdown. Agar, Dr Moore - Dramatic Introduction to "The Tragedy at Saxon’s Gate" (Matthew Booth)
Dust and Shadow (Lyndsay Faye)
Enter the Lion (Michael P. Hodel & Sean M. Wright) 47-49, 51, 73-75, 79-81, 110, 208
"The Shadows on the Lawn" (Barry Jones)
The West End Horror (Nicholas Meyer) 134-139
"The Adventure of the Faithful Retainer" (Amy Myers) 367-368
"The Case of the Harley Street Specialist" (June Thomson)

  9. The Empty House (EMPT) “My collection of M’s is a fine one,” said he. “Moriarty himself is enough to make any letter illustrious, and here is Morgan the poisoner, and Merridew of abominable memory”. Morgan the Poisoner "The Abernetty Mystery" (Paul D. Gilbert) 
"The Case of the Sporting Squire" (Guy N. Smith) Merridew of Abominable Memory "Merridew of Abominable Memory" (Chris Roberson) 235-250
"The Case of the Notorious Practitioner" (Jane Rubino)

  10. The Engineer's Thumb (ENGR) Of all the problems which have been submitted to my friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, for solution during the years of our intimacy, there were only two which I was the means of introducing to his notice — that of Mr. Hatherley’s thumb, and that of Colonel Warburton’s madness. Warburton's Madness, Colonel "The Madness of Colonel Warburton" (Carole Buggé)
"The Adventure of the Sealed Room" (Adrian Conan Doyle & John Dickson Carr)
"The Case of Colonel Warburton’s Madness" (Lyndsay Faye)
"The Adventure of the Devil’s Father" (Morris Hershman)
All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane)
"The Case of the Colonel's Madness" (June Thomson)
"Colonel Warburton's Madness" (Norman W. Ward)

  11. The Final Problem (FINA) During the winter of that year and the early spring of 1891, I saw in the papers that he had been engaged by the French government upon a matter of supreme importance, Between ourselves, the recent cases in which I have been of assistance to the royal family of Scandinavia, French Government - for whom Holmes was a engaged on a matter of supreme importance "The Matter of the Assassination League" (David L. Hammer) 46-50 Scandinavia, The Royal Family of "The Case of the Gustaffson Stone" (June Thomson)

  12. The Five Orange Pips (Five) The year ’87 furnished us with a long series of cases of greater or less interest, of which I retain the records. Among my headings under this one twelve months I find an account of the adventure of the Paradol Chamber, of the Amateur Mendicant Society, who held a luxurious club in the lower vault of a furniture warehouse, of the facts connected with the loss of the British bark Sophy Anderson, of the singular adventures of the Grice Patersons in the island of Uffa, and finally of the Camberwell poisoning case. “I have heard of you, Mr. Holmes. I heard from Major Prendergast how you saved him in the Tankerville Club scandal.

  13. The Five Orange Pips (Five) Paradol Chamber, The Adventure of the"The Adventure of the Paradol Chamber" (John Dickson Carr)
"The Paradol Chamber" (H. Paul Jeffers)
"The Paradol Paradox" (Michael Kurland)
Black Ice (Andrew Lane)
"The Case of the Paradol Chamber" (June Thomson) Amateur Mendicant Society "The Adventure of the Amateur Mendicant Society" (John Betancourt)
"The Adventure of the Mendicant's Face" (M.J. Elliott)
"The Case of the Amateur Mendicants" (Ken Greenwald)
Death By Gaslight (Michael Kurland) 144-151, 215
"The Case of the Amateur Mendicants" (June Thomson)

  14. The Five Orange Pips (Five) Sophy Anderson, The Loss of the British Barque "Holmes and the Loss of the British BarqueSophy Anderson" (Peter Cannon)
"The Loss of the British Bark Sophy Anderson" (Gary Lovisi)
"The Long Man" (Rafe McGregor) 128-129
"The Case of the Vanishing Barque" (June Thomson) Grice-Patersons in the Isle of Uffa, The Singular Adventures of"The Adventure of the Grice-Paterson Curse" (August Derleth)
"Sherlock Holmes, Dragon-Slayer" (Darrell Schweitzer)
"The Adventure of the Silver Buckle" (Denis O. Smith)

  15. The Five Orange Pips (Five) Camberwell Poisoning Case "The Adventure of the Gold Hunter" (Adrian Conan Doyle & John Dickson Carr)
"The Case of the Camberwell Poisoners" (Ken Greenwald)
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 91
"The Case of the Camberwell Poisoning" (June Thomson) Prendergast, Major - who was wrongfully accused of cheating at cards in the Tankerville Club Scandal Here is another opportunity for you!

  16. The Golden Pince-Nez (GOLD) As I turn over the pages, I see my notes upon the repulsive story of the red leech and the terrible death of Crosby, the banker. Here also I find an account of the Addleton tragedy, and the singular contents of the ancient British barrow. The famous Smith-Mortimer succession case comes also within this period, and so does the tracking and arrest of Huret, the Boulevard assassin.

  17. The Golden Pince-Nez (GOLD) Red Leech, The Repulsive Story of "The Adventure of the Inertial Adjustor" (Stephen Baxter) 259, 266-267 "The Adventure of the Red Leech" (Paul D. Gilbert)
The Final Solution (Walter J. Harmidarow) 76-128
"The Repulsive Story of the Red Leech" (David Langford)
"The Repulsive Story of the Red Leech" (Morgan Llywelyn)
The Mandala of Sherlock Holmes (JamyangNorbu) 17-65, 133-134
The Vampire Serpent (Kel Richards)
"The Case of the Barton Wood Murder" (June Thomson)

  18. The Golden Pince-Nez (GOLD) Crosby the Banker, The Terrible Death of "The Adventure of the Touch of God" (Peter Crowther)
"The Adventure of the Red Leech" (Paul D. Gilbert)
The Final Solution (Walter J. Harmidarow) 76-128
The Vampire Serpent (Kel Richards)
Sherlock Holmes and the Crosby Murder (Barrie Roberts)
"The Case of the Barton Wood Murder" (June Thomson) Addleton Tragedy "Time Patrol" (Poul Anderson)19-37
"The Adventure of FoulkesRath" (Adrian Conan Doyle)
"The Case of the Ancient British Barrow" (Terry McGarry)
"The Mystery of the Addleton Curse" (Barrie Roberts)
"The Case of the Addleton Tragedy" (June Thomson)
"The Adventure of the Rara Avis" (Carolyn Wheat)

  19. The Golden Pince-Nez (GOLD) British Barrow, The Ancient - The Singular Contents of"Time Patrol" (Poul Anderson) 18-37
Young Sherlock: The Adventure At Ferryman's Creek (Gerald Frow)
"The Case of the Ancient British Barrow" (Terry McGarry)
"The Adventure of the Arab's Manuscript" (Michael Reaves)
"The Mystery of the Addleton Curse" (Barrie Roberts)
"The Case of the Addleton Tragedy" (June Thomson)
"The Adventure of the Rara Avis" (Carolyn Wheat) Smith-Mortimer Succession Case, The Famous"The Affair of the Politician, The Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant" (Howard Collins)
"The Case of the Eccentric Bequest" (Jane Rubino)
"The Case of the Smith-Mortimer Succession" (June Thomson)

  20. The Golden Pince-Nez (GOLD) Huret, The Boulevard Assassin - the tracking & arrest of, for which Holmes received the Legion of Honour"The Adventure of the Boulevard Assassin" (Kathleen Brady)
Sherlock Holmes and the Boulevard Assassin (John Hall)
"The Adventure of the Boulevard Assassin" (Richard A. Lupoff)
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 185-188
"The Case of the Boulevard Assassin" (June Thomson)
"The Adventure of the Parisian Gentleman" (Robert Weinberg & Lois H. Gresh)

  21. The Greek Interpreter (GREE) “I am glad to meet you, sir,” said he, putting out a broad, fat hand like the flipper of a seal. “I hear of Sherlock everywhere since you became his chronicler. By the way, Sherlock, I expected to see you round last week to consult me over that Manor House case. I thought you might be a little out of your depth. – Mycroft to Watson Manor House Case Young Sherlock: The Mystery of the Manor House (Gerald Frow)
"The Manor House Case" (Edward D. Hoch)
"The Case of the Manor House Mystery" (June Thomson)

  22. The Hound of the Baskervilles (HOUN) Since the tragic upshot of our visit to Devonshire he had been engaged in two affairs of the utmost importance, in the first of which he had exposed the atrocious conduct of Colonel Upwood in connection with the famous card scandal of the Nonpareil Club, while in the second he had defended the unfortunate Mme. Montpensierfrom the charge of murder which hung over her in connection with the death of her step-daughter, Nonpareil Club, The Famous Card Scandal of the"The Adventure of the Abbas Ruby" (Adrian Conan Doyle)
"A Memo from Inspector Lestrade" (Marvin Kaye) 
"The Case of the Upwood Scandal" (June Thomson)

  23. The Hound of the Baskervilles (HOUN) Montpensier, Mme - whom Holmes saved from hanging Good Morning, Irene (Carole Nelson Douglas) 53-
"The Adventure of the Black Baronet" (Adrian Conan Doyle & John Dickson Carr)
"The Case of the Missing Belle Fille" (June Thomson) At the present instant one of the most revered names in England is being besmirched by a blackmailer, and only I can stop a disastrous scandal. You will see how impossible it is for me to go to Dartmoor.” Blackmailer - one of the most revered names in England is being besmirched by "The Adventure of the Two Women" (Adrian Conan Doyle)
"The Case of the Exalted Client" (June Thomson)

  24. The Hound of the Baskervilles (HOUN) I had observed some newspaper comment at the time, but I was exceedingly preoccupied by that little affair of the Vatican cameos, and in my anxiety to oblige the Pope I lost touch with several interesting English cases. Vatican Cameos, The Little Affair of "The Matter of the Vatican Cameos" (David L. Hammer)
"The Case of the Vatican Cameos" (June Thomson) He turned into one of the district messenger offices, where he was warmly greeted by the manager. “Ah, Wilson, I see you have not forgotten the little case in which I had the good fortune to help you?” Yet another opportunity for you to write a pastiche!

  25. A Case of Identity (IDEN) “This is the Dundas separation case, and, as it happens, I was engaged in clearing up some small points in connection with it. DundasSeparation Case "The Dundas Separation Case" (Paul D. Gilbert) 
All-Consuming Fire (Andy Lane) 173-174 “I came to you, sir, because I heard of you from Mrs. Etherege, whose husband you found so easy when the police and everyone had given him up for dead.” One more Pastiche that remains un-chronicled!

  26. The Disappearance of Lady Francis Carfax (LADY) “Hence the health-giving expedition to Lausanne. You know that I cannot possibly leave London while old Abrahams is in such mortal terror of his life. Abrahams, Old - who was in mortal terror of his life"The Case of the Shopkeeper's Terror" (June Thomson)

  27. His Last Bow (LAST) “It was I who brought about the separation between Irene Adler and the late King of Bohemia when your cousin Heinrich was the Imperial Envoy. It was I also who saved from murder, by the Nihilist Klopman, Count Von und ZuGrafenstein, who was your mother’s elder brother. It was I—” Klopman the NihilistSherlock Holmes and the Earthquake Machine (Austin Mitchelson & Nicholas Utechin) 64-72

  28. The Mazarin Stone (MAZA) “Really, sir, you compliment me. Old Baron Dowson said the night before he was hanged that in my case what the law had gained the stage had lost. And now you give my little impersonations your kindly praise?” Dowson, Baron - who said the night before he was hanged that in Holmes's case what the law had gained the stage had lost None – yet another opportunity!

  29. The Missing Three-Quarter (MISS) “There is Arthur H. Staunton, the rising young forger,” said he, “and there was Henry Staunton, whom I helped to hang, but Godfrey Staunton is a new name to me.” Staunton, Arthur H. - the rising young forger None! Staunton, Henry - whom Holmes helped hang "The Problem of the Purple Maculas" (James C. Iraldi)
"The Adventure of the Grace Chalice" (Roger Johnson)

  30. The Musgrave Ritual (MUSG) Here’s the record of the Tarleton murders, and the case of Vamberry, the wine merchant, and the adventure of the old Russian woman, and the singular affair of the aluminum crutch, as well as a full account of Ricoletti of the club-foot, and his abominable wife. Tarleton Murders, The "The Record of the Tarleton Murders" (Ian Charnock) Vamberry The Wine Merchant, The Case of "The Case of Vamberry, The Wine Merchant" (Ian Charnock)
"Mrs. Vamberry Takes A Trip" (Mike Resnick)
"The Case of Vamberry, The Wine Merchant" (James R. Stefanie)

  31. The Musgrave Ritual (MUSG) Old Russian Woman, The Adventure of the "The Adventure of the Old Russian Woman" (Ian Charnock)
Druid's Blood (Esther M. Friesner) 146-148
"The Adventure of the Old Russian Woman" (H. Paul Jeffers)
"The Russian Countess" (David Scott)
"The Case of the Old Russian Woman" (June Thomson) Aluminium Crutch, The Singular Affair of "The Affair of the Aluminium Crutch" (H. Bedford-Jones)
"The Singular Affair of the Aluminium Crutch" (Ian Charnock)
"The Adventure of the Aluminum Crutch" (S.E. Dahlinger)
"The Adventure of the Cripple Parade" (John L. DeAndrea)
"The Affair of the Aluminium Crutch" (Paul D. Gilbert)
"The Case of the Aluminium Crutch" (June Thomson)

  32. The Musgrave Ritual (MUSG) Ricoletti of the Club Foot & His Abominable Wife"The Gibraltar Letter" (Sam Benady)
"A Full Account of Ricoletti of the Club Foot & His Abominable Wife" (Ian Charnock)
"The Adventure of the Abominable Wife" (Paul D. Gilbert)
"The Adventure of Ricoletti of the Club Foot (and his abominable wife)" (Roberta Rogow)

  33. The Naval Treaty (NAVA) I find them recorded in my notes under the headings of “The Adventure of the Second Stain,” “The Adventure of the Naval Treaty,” and “The Adventure of the Tired Captain. Second Stain, The Adventure of the "The Adventure of the Second Stain" (F.P. Cillié)
"Too Many Stains" (Marvin Kaye) Tired Captain, The Adventure of the "The Adventure of the Tired Captain" (Bob Byrne)
"The Adventure of the Tired Captain" (Alan Wilson)

  34. The Noble Bachelor (NOBL) “My last client of the sort was a king.” “Oh, really! I had no idea. And which king?” “The King of Scandinavia”. “Oh, you mean the little problem of the Grosvenor Square furniture van. That is quite cleared up now — though, indeed, it was obvious from the first”. The King of Scandinavia"The Case of the Gustaffson Stone" (June Thomson) Grosvenor Square Furniture Van "The Little Problem of the Grosvenor Square Furniture Van" (Patrick LoBrutto)

  35. The Norwood Builder (NORW) I find, on looking over my notes, that this period includes the case of the papers of ex-President Murillo, and also the shocking affair of the Dutch steamship Friesland, which so nearly cost us both our lives. Murillo, The Papers of Ex-President "The Adventure of the Hanging Tyrant" (M.J. Elliott) 69

  36. The Norwood Builder (NORW) Friesland, the Shocking Affair of the Dutch Steamship"The Steamship Friesland" (Peter Calamai)
"The Affair of the Politician, The Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant" (Howard Collins) 199, 202-203
"The Shocking Affair of the Dutch Steamship Friesland" (Mary Robinette Kowal)
"The Adventure of the Pirates of Devil’s Cape" (Rob Rogers)
"The Case of the Friesland Outrage" (June Thomson) You remember that terrible murderer, Bert Stevens, who wanted us to get him off in ’87? None!

  37. The Priory School (PRIO) “My colleague, Dr. Watson, could tell you that we are very busy at present. I am retained in this case of the Ferrers Documents, and the Abergavenny murder is coming up for trial. Only a very important issue could call me from London at present. Ferrers Documents, Case of the "The Adventure of the Dark Angels" (Adrian Conan Doyle)
"The Case of the Ferrers Documents" (June Thomson) AbergavennyMurder"The Case of the Suicidal Lawyer" (Martin Edwards)

  38. The Red Circle (REDC) “You arranged an affair for a lodger of mine last year,” she said — “Mr. Fairdale Hobbs.” “Ah, yes — a simple matter. “May I introduce you to Mr. Sherlock Holmes?” he said to the cabman. “This is Mr. Leverton, of Pinkerton’s American Agency.” “The hero of the Long Island cave mystery?” said Holmes. Hobbs, Mr. Fairdale - a simple matter Sherlock Holmes's War of the Worlds (Manly W. Wellman & Wade Wellman) 11-14 Long Island Cave Mystery, The "The Adventure of the Mocking Huntsman" (M.J. Elliott)

  39. The Reigate Squires (REIG) It was some time before the health of my friend Mr. Sherlock Holmes recovered from the strain caused by his immense exertions in the spring of ’87. The whole question of the Netherland-Sumatra Company and of the colossal schemes of Baron Maupertuis are too recent in the minds of the public, Maupertuis, Baron - The Netherland-Sumatra Company and the Colossal Schemes of"Baron Maupertuis" (Paul D. Gilbert)
Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography (Nick Rennison) 86-87
"The Case of the Maupertuis Scandal" (June Thomson)

  40. The Retired Colourman (RETI) “Well, the immediate question, my dear Watson, happens to be, What will you do? — if you will be good enough to understudy me. You know that I am preoccupied with this case of the two Coptic Patriarchs, which should come to a head today. Coptic Patriarchs, Case of the Two The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Hapi) 49-76, 78, 112
"The Case of the Two Coptic Patriarchs" (John A. Wilson)

  41. A Scandal in Bohemia (SCAN) From time to time I heard some vague account of his doings: of his summons to Odessa in the case of the Trepoff murder, of his clearing up of the singular tragedy of the Atkinson brothers at Trincomalee, and finally of the mission which he had accomplished so delicately and successfully for the reigning family of Holland. Trepoff Murder, TheThe Last Sherlock Holmes Story (Michael Dibdin) 137-138, 146
"The Adventure of the Seven Clocks" (Adrian Conan Doyle & John Dickson Carr) The Infernal Device (Michael Kurland)

  42. A Scandal in Bohemia (SCAN) Atkinson Brothers at Trincomalee "The Vanishing of the Atkinsons" (Eric Brown)
The Last Sherlock Holmes Story (Michael Dibdin) 139-145 Holland, Reigning Family of"A Case of Royal Blood" (Steven-Elliot Altman)
"A Matter of Royal Honour" (David L. Hammer) 78-81

  43. A Scandal in Bohemia (SCAN) In the case of the Darlington substitution scandal it was of use to me, and also in the ArnsworthCastle business. Darlington Substitution Scandal"The Darlington Substitution Scandal" (David Stuart Davies)
"The Darlington Substitution" (H. Paul Jeffers)
"The Darlington Substitution Scandal" (Henry Slesar) Arnsworth Castle Business "The Adventure of the Red Widow" (Adrian Conan Doyle)
"The Case of the Arnsworth Affair" (June Thomson)

  44. The Second Stain (SECO) “And yet the motives of women are so inscrutable. You remember the woman at Margate whom I suspected for the same reason. No powder on her nose — that proved to be the correct solution. None !

  45. Shoscombe Old Place (SHOS) “It is a very fine demonstration,” he answered. “In the St. Pancras case you may remember that a cap was found beside the dead policeman. The accused man denies that it is his. But he is a picture-frame maker who habitually handles glue. None !

  46. The Sign of Four (SIGN) “I have come to you, Mr. Holmes,” she said,“ because you once enabled my employer, Mrs. Cecil Forrester, to unravel a little domestic complication. I’ll never forget how you lectured us all on causes and inferences and effects in the Bishopgatejewel case. Forrester, Mrs Cecil - her little domestic complication "A Discreet Investigation" (Rohase Piercy) 53-72
"The Adventure of the Suspect Servant" (Barbara Roden)
"The Case of the Uncommon Necklace" (Jane Rubino)
"The Case of the Camberwell Deception" (June Thomson) Bishopgate Jewel Case None !

  47. The Sign of Four (SIGN) The emotional qualities are antagonistic to clear reasoning. I assure you that the most winning woman I ever knew was hanged for poisoning three little children for their insurance-money, and the most repellent man of my acquaintance is a philanthropist who has spent nearly a quarter of a million upon the London poor. Most Winning Woman Holmes Ever KnewSherlock Holmes: My Life And Crimes (Michael Hardwick) 37-38
Scarlet In Gaslight (Martin Powell & SeppoMakinen) Most Repellent Man of Holmes' Acquaintance None !

  48. The Six Napoleans (SIXN) You will remember, Watson, how the dreadful business of the Abernetty family was first brought to my notice by the depth which the parsley had sunk into the butter upon a hot day. “Put the pearl in the safe, Watson,” said he, “and get out the papers of the Conk-Singleton forgery case. AbernettyFamilyand the parsley which sank "The Abernetty Mystery" (Paul D. Gilbert)
"The Case of the Incumbent Invalid" (Claire Griffen)
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (Michael & Mollie Hardwick) 23
"The Dilemma of the Distressed Savoyard" (CrightonSellars) 449, 454-460
"The Case of the Wimbledon Tragedy" (June Thomson) Conk-Singleton Forgery Case "The Adventure of the Conk-Singleton Papers" (John Dickson Carr)"The Case of the Conk-Singleton Forgery" (June Thomson)

  49. The Solitary Cyclist (SOLI) Her visit was, I remember, extremely unwelcome to Holmes, for he was immersed at the moment in a very abstruse and complicated problem concerning the peculiar persecution to which John Vincent Harden, the well known tobacco millionaire, had been subjected. Harden, John Vincent, the tobacco millionaire Sherlock Holmes and the Devil's Grail (Barrie Roberts)
"The Case of the Millionaire's Persecution" (June Thomson)

  50. The Speckled Band (SPEC) I have heard of you, Mr. Holmes; I have heard of you from Mrs. Farintosh, whom you helped in the hour of her sore need. “Farintosh,” said he. “Ah yes, I recall the case; it was concerned with an opal tiara. I think it was before your time, Watson.” Farintosh, Mrs. - a case concerned with an opal tiara "Mrs. Farintosh & An Opal Tiara" (Ian Charnock)
"Mrs. Farintosh and the Opal Tiara" (James R. Stefanie)