02 May 2014
Today’s story, “The Case of the Collered Cufflink,” comes from the 1923 issue of The Magnet, a popular magazine for schoolboys. It was written by Peter Todd, the penname for the prolific Charles Hamilton. We featured another Hamilton story here before called “The Case of the Sinn Feiners.”
Stories from the 223B casebook — stories published during Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s lifetime (plus later ones I liked) — are published regularly. The up-to-date list can be found here.