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    http://www.amazon.com/Stephen-King-P...=vglnkc7936-20

    Justin Brooks' Revised Stephen King Bibliography ebook. It's an invaluable tool for any SK collector.

    John

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    The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, I got it for about a buck. The SK story "The Doctor's Case" was first published in this anthology back in the eighties... I think.
    It's really good and perfect for this book. The story still tastes like Stephen King, but with a touch of.... bergamot?
    This is a great anthology with a whole pack of clever writers. The Doctor's Case was later published in Nightmares & Dreamscapes. It fit nicely in there too.

    Last edited by Patricia A; April 9th, 2013 at 04:22 PM. Reason: OCD

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    A must. Thanks for the heads up!

    Quote Originally Posted by jchanic View Post
    http://www.amazon.com/Stephen-King-P...=vglnkc7936-20

    Justin Brooks' Revised Stephen King Bibliography ebook. It's an invaluable tool for any SK collector.

    John

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    awesome find Pats. I got mine for $2.50 awhile back.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia A View Post
    The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, I got it for about a buck. The SK story "The Doctor's Case" was first published in this anthology back in the eighties... I think.
    It's really good and perfect for this book. The story still tastes like Stephen King, but with a touch of.... bergamot?
    This is a great anthology with a whole pack of clever writers. The Doctor's Case was later published in Nightmares & Dreamscapes. It fit nicely in there too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia A View Post
    The Improbable Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, I got it for about a buck. The SK story "The Doctor's Case" was first published in this anthology back in the eighties... I think.
    It's really good and perfect for this book. The story still tastes like Stephen King, but with a touch of.... bergamot?
    This is a great anthology with a whole pack of clever writers. The Doctor's Case was later published in Nightmares & Dreamscapes. It fit nicely in there too.

    Actally, 'The Doctor's Case' was 1st published in 'The New Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes- Original Stories By Eminent Mystery Writers' a centennial edition authorized by the Conan Doyle Estate and published by Carroll & Graff in 1987.

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    Just bought 'Stand By Me' on bluray from Amazon. It's only $9.99 people! Get it for your collection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jchanic View Post
    http://www.amazon.com/Stephen-King-P...=vglnkc7936-20

    Justin Brooks' Revised Stephen King Bibliography ebook. It's an invaluable tool for any SK collector.

    John
    That is very nice. I'll have to watch for it to be available in print. I'd like to have a hard copy of that. It's not available for my nook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingricefan View Post
    Actally, 'The Doctor's Case' was 1st published in 'The New Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes- Original Stories By Eminent Mystery Writers' a centennial edition authorized by the Conan Doyle Estate and published by Carroll & Graff in 1987.
    true dat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingricefan View Post
    Actally, 'The Doctor's Case' was 1st published in 'The New Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes- Original Stories By Eminent Mystery Writers' a centennial edition authorized by the Conan Doyle Estate and published by Carroll & Graff in 1987.
    Elementary my Dear Watson! Hello, this is the culprit. I don't have this one.



    The one I have is a much later edition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patricia A View Post
    That is very nice. I'll have to watch for it to be available in print. I'd like to have a hard copy of that. It's not available for my nook.
    According to Justin, no hard copy is going to be available.

    John

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