Cosmopolitan crimes; foreign rivals of Sherlock Holmes
Originally published under title: More rivals of Sherlock Holmes. "Stories published between ... 1891 and ... 1914." The episode of the Mexican seer, by G. Allen.--The episode of the diamond links, by G. Allen.--Five hundred carats, by G. Griffith.--A bracelet at Bruges, by A. Bennett.--The absent-minded coterie, by R. Barr.--The problem of cell 13, by J. Futrelle.--Arsène Lupin in prison, by M. Leblanc.--The superfluous finger, by J. Futrelle.--A sensible course of action, by P. Rosenkrantz.--Anonymous letters, by B. Groller.--The red silk scarf, by M. Leblanc.--The secret of the "Magnifique," by E. P. Oppenheim.--The murder at the Duck Club, by H. H. Prichard.
- LCC: PZ1
- Dewey Decimal: 808.83/872
- Language: eng
- Physical Description: 347 p. 22 cm.
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