NOTE: Interest in Jeff's two Sherlock Holmes tales was revived in 2017, when a Blog he published about a "feud" between Sir Arthur Conan Doyle & Samuel Clemens went viral, capturing the attention of Sherlockian scholars and scions around the world! It was posted in several prominent Holmesian newsletters, including "Sherlockian E-Times" (click HERE to read it). The essay is actually an EXCERPT from the latest addition to Jeff's Book Talks menu, titled "Doyle vs. Clemens." 

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Jeff is joined by Jeff Lubbers of Watertown, SD, for a program at Wing & Fin Resort on the shores of Lake Traverse in western Minnesota 

Photo: Two young Holmes fans at Steeple Center in March.  .

​Jeff's "Book Talk" schedule 

After events at Hennepin & Dakota County libraries in April/May, Jeff goes to Browns Valley for a book signing at Ben's Bait, noon to 5pm, June 23. In the meantime, check him out in the Sherlockian E-Times:     MARCH Issue     APRIL Issue 

I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere!

     Jeff Falkingham has conducted Book Talks at over 80 venues. Here are a few of the highlights:

  +  In March 2011, he helped a middle school librarian in SD win a Jan Stauber grant from the Beacon Society.  

  +  In November 2013, he performed at nine different cities/towns in the Kitchigami Regional Library System. 

  +  In April 2015, he provided the keynote address for the District Convention of the GFWC of west-central MN. 

  +  In June 2016, he was a featured performer at the Sesquicentennial Celebration in Browns Valley, MN.




In the first photo, Jeff is pictured with Sartell resident Joe Pfeiffle at Drakes Fine Food & Spirits in Sartell, Minnesota. In the middle photo, Jeff is joined by Leon Westbrock of Alexandria, MN -- a frequent "partner in crime." Lastly, 25-year LAPD veteran Gary Ingemunson, of Simi Valley, CA, loaned his expertise to a program in the Viking Library System. (Photos by Dennis Dalman, Bonita Falkingham and Betti Labs, respectively.)