Now that you’ve begun your Amaranthine Books Sherlock collection, we thought it would be wonderful to “frame” it as it grows. As time goes by, we’ll be publishing more Sherlock works, and what better way to highlight them than with a splendid set of bookends!
Manuel Šumberac, who illustrated our first Sherlock Holmes short story collection, which you now possess, has also designed Sherlock Holmes bookends. These will be bundled for free with your next Sherlock book purchase. While others may have the chance to purchase them in the future if we decide to create more, winners like you—who have successfully solved the case—will receive them with your next Sherlock book order.
Below, you can preview the bookends inspired by Sherlock’s vast skillset. We hope you like them!
Receiving a delightful set of Sherlock bookends is not all you will get; you will also have the opportunity to choose a story. While our future plans include publishing all of the Sherlock novels, we will also publish another short story collection. This collection would feature seven additional stories listed as Arthur Conan Doyle’s personal favourites, along with three stories chosen by those of you who have successfully cracked the case.
This collection will be called: Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Other Favourites
The seven featured stories are:
“The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans”
“The Crooked Man”
“The Man with the Twisted Lip”
“The Greek Interpreter”
“The Resident Patient”
“The Naval Treaty”
We will feature three additional stories which were most suggested by those who have successfully solved the case. Make your pick and let us know by filling out the form below. This also makes it easy for us to track who has actually solved the case, so make sure to nominate a short story of your choosing.
Please note: only votes from those who have registered will be counted. This form will be turned off on February 1st, 2024.
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