The Case of the Nazi Canary
The text was somewhat re-edited for its appearance in The Metatemporal Detective collection.
- McSweeney’s Mammoth Treasury of Thrilling Tales, ed. Michael Chabon, Vintage Books, 2003 (with 'Count Zodiac')
- The Metatemporal Detective, Pyr, 2007 (with 'Monsieur Zenith')
The original version of the story in McSweeney’s featured the following 'introduction' and 'coda':
- "By Michael Moorcock - Author of The Masked Buckaroo, The White Wolf's Legend, The Affair of the Seven Virgins, Lost Sorceress of the Silent Citadel, Kane of Old Mars, The Moon Hawk, Calling Jerry Cornell!, The Caribbean Crisis, The Metatemporal Detective, Again, Seaton Begg! The Adventure of the Texan's Honour, Buchan of Whitehall, The 'Sir Milk and Blood' Case, The Case of the Printer's Devil, The Case of the Chinese Agent, The War Lord of the Air, Through the Shaving Mirror, The Tarot Murder Case, The Case of the Dreamthief's Daughter, and many other best-selling 'thrillers' of crime and the supernatural."
- "Note: While originally scheduled for the May 1932 issue of The Thriller Library, Amalgamated Press, London, this story is said to have been withdrawn from publication at the request of Buckingham Palace and Downing Street. The author and high-ranking civil servant John Buchan is said to have been involved. It is published here for the first time."