Here is an ingenious new adventure of the celebrated detective and his companion titled "The Adventures of Young Stamford." Included as well are eight other items of Sherlockian Scholarship. Richard M. Caplan is a Professor of Dermatology at the University of Iowa.
Sherlockians have often wondered about Young Stamford, the man who introduced Dr. Watson to Sherlock Holmes, in The Study in Scarlet. Who was he, where did he come from, what did he do? Dr. Caplan has discovered some documents that tell about Young Stamford whose life was anything but dull and prosaic—or so he claims. Are we privy to the truth? or is Dr. Caplan pulling the wool over our eyes? We invite you to draw your own conclusions.
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