Going through my TBR stacks, these are the books I have yet to read that concern either Sherlock Holmes or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, or written by Doyle, as well as two that are tribute/pastiche (one a stand alone fiction, one an anthologies of short stories).
I am not including those I've already read (i.e. all the Sherlock Holmes stories written by Doyle); not because I'm unwilling to re-read them, just unwilling to list them all.
Not sure what I'll get around to reading the next three months. I'd like to tackle Hesketh Pearson's work, but I've got to be in a biography frame of mind. Hopefully one or two will work for BL-opoly spaces and can do double-duty.