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Sherlock’s Books: Master List though Season 2

DRAFTS ONLY of this document are available here: (Part I) (Part II) (Part III) (Part IV) Please Note— there have been many revisions since I’ve posted them. This is the most complete post to date.
Links, for the most part, point to http://amazon.co.uk. If there is no link it ususally means the book is out-of-print. 
I’ve seperated books visible at 221B from others in different locations because they belong to the primary characters.
This list is as accurate as possible as of November 8, 2012. These are the books that I’ve caught but it’s always possible I missed some!
Please send additions, corrections, comments, questions, etc. to http://mid0nz.tumblr.com
Abbreviation Key: 
Only epidoses with an * have books that I’ve seen/remembered/listed.
P = Pilot *ASiP = A Study in Pink  *TBB = The Blind Banker TGG =The Great Game ASiB = A Scandal in Belgravia *THoB = The Hounds of Baskerville *TRF = The Reichenbach Fall  * TV = The Blog of John H. Watson- The Visitor ? = Indicates that the title is partially illegible
BOOKS VISIBLE AT 221B
Sherlock’s Bookcase 
A Beginner’s Guide to… ? [TBB]
Bible Commentary? [TBB]
Bringing Down the House: How Six Students Took Vegas for Millions by Ben Mezrich [TBB]
Chambers Dictionary of World History [TBB]
The Change Masters: Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the American Corporationby Rosabeth Moss Kanter [TBB] [TRF]
The Children’s Encyclopedia by Arthur Mee [TV] [TBB]
Crime ? [TRF]
Criminal Law by Catherine Elliott and Francis Quinn [TBB] OR Criminal Law by William Wilson [TBB]
The Concise OED [TRF]
The Courage to Be by Paul Tillich [TBB]
Current Surgical Guidelines by Abdullah Jibawi and David Cade [TBB]
The Damage Done - Twelve Years Of Hell In A Bankok Prison by Warren Fellows [TBB]
Darwin’s Lost World: The hidden history of animal life  by Martin Brasier [TBB][TRF]
Decoding Reality: The Universe as Quantum Information by Vlatko Vedra [TRF]
Diary of Jack the Ripper by Shirley Harrison [TBB]
Drug Addiction and its Treatment by Michael Gossop [TBB]
Easing the Passing: Trial of Dr. John Bodkin Adams by Lord Devlin [TRF]
Essential Family Law by ? [TBB]
Evidence (Nutshells)by Christina McAlhone and Michael Stockdale [TBB]
Forbidden Drugs by Philip Robson [TBB] [TRF]
Giant Molecules: From nylon to nanotubes by Walter Gratzer [TBB] [TRF]
In Search Of Excellence: Lessons from America’s Best-Run Companies by Robert H Waterman Jr, Tom Peters and Peters & Water [TBB] [TRF]
Introduction to Neuropsychology by J. Graham Beaumont  [TV, TBB, TRF]
Investigative Interviewing: The Conversation Management Approach by Eric Shepherd [TBB]
Holy Bible [TBB]
Land Law by J.G. Riddall [TRF]
The Law by Frederic Bastiat [TBB]
Learning to Fly in 21 Days by Phil Stone [TBB]
The Linebacker Raids: The Bombing Of North Vietnam, 1972 by John T. Smith [TRF]
The Masque of Africa: Glimpses of African Belief  by V.S. Naipaul (The author is legible and the book cover design matches the book on the shelf) [TBB]
The Modern Novel in English Studied in Extracts by Jim Hunter (probably- most of the title is visible) [TBB]
Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen [TBB]
Not a Chimp by Jeremy Taylor [TV, TBB, TRF]
New Oxford Dictionary for Writers and Editors: The Essential A-Z Guide to the Written Word [TBB]
Oxford Dictionary of Quotations by Elizabeth Knowles [TRF]
New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatryby Michael Gelder, Nancy Andreasen, Juan Lopez-Ibor and John Geddes [TBB]
Oxford Desk Reference Clinical Genetics  by Jane. A. Hurst, Helen V. Firth [TV] [TBB] [TRF]
Oxford Textbook of Suicidology and Suicide Prevention: A Global Perspective by Danuta Wasserman and Camilla Wasserman [TBB]
Paranoia by ? [TBB]
The Penal System: An Introduction by Mick Cavadino, James Dignan [TBB] [TRF]
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery by Henk Giele and Oliver Cassell [TBB]
The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy [TBB]
Ruth Ellis: The Last Woman to Be Hanged by Robert Hancock [TBB]
Science and the Future (1991) (1997) [TBB]
The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins [TBB]
Signature Killers by Robert Keppel and William J Birnes [TBB]
Specialties… (?) [TBB]
Speed, Ecstasy, Ritalin: The Science of Amphetamines by Leslie Iversen [TBB]
Stunned Mullets and Two-pot Screamers: A Dictionary of Australian Colloquialisms by G. A. Wilkes [TBB]
Teleological Response of the Virus by Lavinia Smith  (spotted by Trillsabells x) [TBB]
Ten Most Wanted by Peter Bleksley [TBB] [TRF]
The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell [TBB]
Vietnam, a History by Stanley Karnow [TBB]
With Napoleon’s Guns: The Military Memoirs of an Officer of the First Empire by Jean-Nicolas-Auguste Noel and Rosemary Brindle [TBB]
The Kitchen Table
Evidence: Text and Materials by Gregory Durston [TBB]
Memoirs of a Bow Street Runner by Henry Goddard [TRF] (links to Sherlockology entry)
The Foyer
Scarlet Feather by Maeve Binchy [ASiP] (I’m assuming that’s Mrs. Hudson’s!)
Taped to the Wall (over fireplace)
Politics of Modern South Asia by Subrata K. Mitra [TBB] (also visible in TBB’s library scene)
The Blind Banker (see also, Books Visible at 221B)
Carriers’ Books
A/Z London
Blood’s a Rover by James Ellroy
Globalisaion and the Middle Classes in India by Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase
The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
Fermat’s Last Theoremby Simon Singh
Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything by Steven Levitt and Stephan Dubner
The Secrets of Codes by Paul Lunde
Snow Blind by P.J. Tracy
Transition by Iain Banks
Library
Dissent and Cultural Resistance in Asia’s Cities edited by Melissa Butcher and Selvaraj Velayutham
Expressions of Cambodia ed. by Leakthina Chau-Pech Ollier and Tim Winter
Immersed in Media by Cheryl Campanella Bracken and Paul Skalski 
Investigative Journalism by Hugo de Burgh
Journalism after September 11 by Stuart Allan and Barbie Zelizer
The Journalistic Imagination by Richard Keeble and Sharon Wheeler
? Knowledge 7
The Language of the News by Martin Conboy
News Around the World by Pamela J. Shoemaker and Akiba A. Cohen
News and Journalism in the UK 5th edition by Brian McNair
Political Communication in Asia by Lars Willnat and Annette Aw
Politics of Modern Asia ed. Subrata K. Mitra (also visible in TBB as an evidence photo in 221B)
Sex Trafficking in South Asia: Telling Maya’s Story by Mary Crawford
Vase to Zygo 23 (some kind of encyclopedia) 
Vietnam’s Political Process: How Education Shapes Political Descision-Making by Casey Lucius
Virtual Thailand: the Media and Cultural Politics in Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore by Glen Lewis
The Hounds of Baskerville
The CO’s office
The Downing Street Years by Margaret Thatcher
 Hannibal: The Military Biography of Rome’s Greatest Enemy by Richard A. Gabriel
History of the English Peaking Peoples Volumes I -IV by Winston Churchill
Jane’s Defence Weekly
Miller’s Antique Price Guide 1985 by Judith Miller
Matisse His Art and his Textiles: The Fabric of Dreams by Hilary Spurling and Jack Flam
Margaret Thatcher In Her Own Words by Macdonald Daly and Alexander George
Margaret Thatcher Volume One: The Grocer’s Daughter by John Campbell
My Early Life by Winston Churchill
Our Own Times by Stephen King-Hall II
The Path to Power Margaret Thatcher
Public General Acts and Measures Elizabeth II 1985, 1960
Rommel
Sir Charles Dilke, A Victorian Tragedy by Roy Jenkins
Statecraft by Margaret Thatcher
There is No Alternative by Claire Belinski
War Memoirs of David Lloyd George
Winston Churchill by Robert Sencourt
A Personal History by A.J.P. Taylor
The Reichenbach Fall (see also, Books Visible at 221B)
St. Aldate’s 
Grimm’s Fairy Tales (links to Sherlockology entry)
Poppy Love Faces the Music by Natasha May and Shelagh McNicholas


I have to say, Sherlock’s books are totally drool-worthy. Hanpicked for diversity and awesomeness.
Also it amuses me to no end that Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen and The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy are his only fiction books. Leftovers from college days I imagine. Maybe gifts? :p Wait - better idea! They’re souvenirs or maybe relevant items from past cases (like the Lucky Cat!)

WOOHOO!  Mad props to whomever compiled this list.

I love this fandom so much.  Also, one of the 221B books is Learning to Fly in 21 Days.  I am sure there is a Cabin Pressure crossover to be written from that.

tardis-stowaway:

astudyinsurrey:

threebeerproblem:

mid0nz:

Sherlock’s Books: Master List though Season 2

  • DRAFTS ONLY of this document are available here: (Part I) (Part II) (Part III) (Part IV) Please Note— there have been many revisions since I’ve posted them. This is the most complete post to date.
  • Links, for the most part, point to http://amazon.co.uk. If there is no link it ususally means the book is out-of-print. 
  • I’ve seperated books visible at 221B from others in different locations because they belong to the primary characters.
  • This list is as accurate as possible as of November 8, 2012. These are the books that I’ve caught but it’s always possible I missed some!
  • Please send additions, corrections, comments, questions, etc. to http://mid0nz.tumblr.com

Abbreviation Key:

Only epidoses with an * have books that I’ve seen/remembered/listed.

P = Pilot
*ASiP = A Study in Pink
*TBB = The Blind Banker
TGG =The Great Game
ASiB = A Scandal in Belgravia
*THoB = The Hounds of Baskerville
*TRF = The Reichenbach Fall
* TV = The Blog of John H. Watson- The Visitor
? = Indicates that the title is partially illegible

BOOKS VISIBLE AT 221B

Sherlock’s Bookcase

The Kitchen Table

The Foyer

  • Scarlet Feather by Maeve Binchy [ASiP] (I’m assuming that’s Mrs. Hudson’s!)

Taped to the Wall (over fireplace)

The Blind Banker
(see also, Books Visible at 221B)

Carriers’ Books

Library

The Hounds of Baskerville

The CO’s office

The Reichenbach Fall
(see also, Books Visible at 221B)

St. Aldate’s

I have to say, Sherlock’s books are totally drool-worthy. Hanpicked for diversity and awesomeness.

Also it amuses me to no end that Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen and The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy are his only fiction books. Leftovers from college days I imagine. Maybe gifts? :p Wait - better idea! They’re souvenirs or maybe relevant items from past cases (like the Lucky Cat!)

WOOHOO!  Mad props to whomever compiled this list.

I love this fandom so much.  Also, one of the 221B books is Learning to Fly in 21 Days.  I am sure there is a Cabin Pressure crossover to be written from that.