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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Five Orange Pips
February 28th, 2020
Duration: 01:02:43

Karl Coppack welcomes special guest Leslie Klinger to discuss the fifth story in the Sherlock Holmes short story canon:

The Five Orange Pips

Leslie S. Klinger is considered to be one of the world’s foremost authorities on Sherlock Holmes, Dracula, H. P. Lovecraft, Frankenstein, and the history of mystery and horror fiction. Klinger is a long-time member of the Baker Street Irregulars, and served as the Series Editor for the Manuscript Series of The Baker Street Irregulars; he is currently the Series Editor for the BSI’s Biography Series.

Klingers work has received numerous awards and nominations, including the Edgar for Best Critical-Biographical Book in 2005 for The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Short Stories and the Edgar for Best Critical-Biographical Book in 2019 for Classic American Crime Fiction of the 1920s and the Anthony for Best Anthology in 2015 for In the Company of Sherlock Holmes, co-edited with Laurie R. King.

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