Ashcroft, BC, Calabash Press, 2000. First Edition. First Impression. A near fine copy. Weighell's take on the supernatural elements of Holmes's cases. As the front flap declares, Holmes never considered the supernatural in the sixty cases in his casebook. Weighell puts that right, and finds Holmes some help from Arthur Machen and M.R. James. Collects five cases; The Case of the Fiery Messengers, The Shadow of the Wolf, The Curse of Nectanebo, The Sect of the Salamander, and The Black Heaven (yes, I support the use of the Oxford comma). An uncommon book from Ash-Tree's Holmes imprint, Calabash. Spine a touch faded to pink, undermining the serious and bloody tone of the jacket design. Front flap creased by a hasty shelver. Otherwise as new. Cover art by Chris Senior [5924, Hyraxia Books].