Studies in Starrett
An exploration of the works of Charles Vincent Emerson Starrett
(October 26, 1886 – January 5, 1974)
Curated by Ray Betzner
Starrett in Disguise
The Last Bookman's headstone looks like a book.
Starrett's sonnet has a coming out party
Bibliographies, booklets, articles and a late letter
Mrs. Hudson Heads Home
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A little book with a big signature.
Starrett and Boucher: Brothers in Sherlock
The mailman has been busy.
What can we deduce from one Starrett letter?
Two new (to me) items commemorating significant events in Starrett's Sherlockian life.
An old friend shines new light on Starrett's trip to Peking.
Four pages, 1,600 words and some very tough observations.
Vincent Starrett and the Mystery Writers of America
The first major article about Sherlock Holmes written by Vincent Starrett appeared 98 years ago.
Remembering the sweet, smart, gentile Irregular who unearthed the details behind Joe Bell's life.
Starrett, Wilde and a long lost letter.
Why Books and Bipeds deserves a place on your shelf.