Cosmopolitan Crimes : Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes

Cosmopolitan Crimes Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes Contents The episode of the Mexican seer Grant Allen The episode of the diamond links Grant Allen Five hundred carats George Griffith A bracelet at Bruges Arnold Bennett The absent minded coterie Robe

  • Title: Cosmopolitan Crimes : Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes
  • Author: Hugh Greene Grant Allen Christopher Dilke E. Phillips Oppenheim Hesketh Hesketh-Prichard George Chetwynd Griffith Arnold Bennett Robert Barr
  • ISBN: 9780140035711
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
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    Contents The episode of the Mexican seer Grant Allen The episode of the diamond links Grant Allen Five hundred carats George Griffith A bracelet at Bruges Arnold Bennett The absent minded coterie Robert Barr The problem of cell 13 Jacques Futrelle Ars ne Lupin in prison Maurice Leblanc The superfluous finger Jacques Futrelle A sensible coursContents The episode of the Mexican seer Grant Allen The episode of the diamond links Grant Allen Five hundred carats George Griffith A bracelet at Bruges Arnold Bennett The absent minded coterie Robert Barr The problem of cell 13 Jacques Futrelle Ars ne Lupin in prison Maurice Leblanc The superfluous finger Jacques Futrelle A sensible course of action Baron Palle Rosenkrantz newly translated from the Danish by Michael Meyer Anonymous letters Balduin Groller newly translated from the German by Christopher Dilke The red silk scarf Maurice Leblanc The secret of the Magnifique E Phillips Oppenheim The murder at the Duck Club H Hesketh Prichard.

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    • Tatra says:

      I loved these. In fact, I think that I might like these better than the first Rivals of Sherlock Holmes book. I think the thing that I love the most is that it's less detectives, and more detection that is going on. Thus, it's not just detectives, but also thieves that are featured, and I just love it.Now off to see what free books I can get from . :D

    • Charles says:

      This is an interesting collection of Victorian imitators of Sherlock Holmes. If you didn't think about it, you might imagine Doyle was writing unimitated, unchallenged. As this book shows Sherlock had a host of imitators, solving devilish crimes, with insight, brilliance, and panache.

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