Shallowdale : ourselves, our friends and our village

by Michael Temple.


London : Herbert Jenkins Limited, [1920s]. 303 pages.

In chapter 17 Mr. Holmes, the village schoolmaster, tries to emulate Sherlock in a village where the most serious crime is stealing chickens.


G+. Beige cloth lettered and decorated in chocolate brown on spine and front. Spine ends and corners bumped and rubbed. Spotting to page edges and endpapers.

Ref No: 4377


Author: Temple, Michael

Categories: Sherlock Holmes - pastiches and parodies

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