Publication: The Macmillan Company, 1933, New York
First edition. Near fine in dust jacket, lightly darkened on the spine. Within the pages of this book, Starrett attempts to expound upon information about which Holmes and Watson were somewhat closed-mouthed. He attempts to answer questions about the origin of Holmes, his methods, his daily life, etc., that Watson, with his preoccupation with deductive reasoning and notoriously bad memory, often forgot to explain.
Inventory Number: 15298