Colonel Moran strikes again!
A friend has alerted me that a search for "Wally Conger" on Amazon.com pulls up a book (of "unknown binding") titled Shikari: Writings of Colonel Sebastian Moran. "Currently unavailable," says Amazon. "We don't know when or if this title will be back in stock again."
Shikari was a tiny three-chapbook project I produced on a Xerox machine for family and Sherlockian friends in 1985. The print run was probably 50.
The booklets presented "newly discovered" writings of Colonel Moran, who was Professor Moriarty's enforcer and who, in April 1894, attempted to assassinate Sherlock Holmes with the remarkable air-gun created by Von Herder, the blind German mechanic (see "The Adventure of the Empty House").
I'm not exactly sure how this little Sherlockian "game" of mine turned up on Amazon. But maybe I should look into reprinting the darn thing.