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SHERLOCK HOLMES: 40 STORIES BY OTHER WRITERS (3 NOVELS & 37 SHORT STORIES) MARK TWAIN, MAURICE LE BLANC, O. HENRY, CAROLYN WELLS, JOHN KENDRICK BANGS & OTHERS (Timeless Wisdom Collection Book 1598)

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This volume collects 40 stories by different authors (NOT SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE) about the greatest detective of all times: It complements our volume "Sherlock Holmes Complete" that features the 60 stories written by Sir Arthur. Sherlock Holmes developed a life of his own and became greater than his creator. That is why dozens and dozens of authors, both contemporary wi This volume collects 40 stories by different authors (NOT SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE) about the greatest detective of all times: It complements our volume "Sherlock Holmes Complete" that features the 60 stories written by Sir Arthur. Sherlock Holmes developed a life of his own and became greater than his creator. That is why dozens and dozens of authors, both contemporary with Doyle and many modern ones, have embraced the character and created new stories, some humorous, some witty, some deep, but all with admiration for the master of detection. This enormous volume includes 40 of the most important stories (3 novels and 37 short stories) written by his contemporaries, all great writers in their own right. We have included the Maurice Le Blanc Arsene Lupin stories, Carolyn Wells pastiches, Mark Twain short novel, O.Henry stories, John Kendrick Bangs Associated Shades and R.Holmes novels as well as his short stories; the complete Picklock Holes collection by R.C.Lehmann, the J.M. Barrie (creator of Peter Pan) story, and many, many others. We are only missing Jules Verne in this great pot, and are willing to bet there is an undiscovered Holmes story by Verne somewhere, and somebody will make a fortune of it someday! That's a reason to go to Paris and detect! Twain, Wells, Barrie, Henry, Bangs... Why all the greatest felt the need to write their own version of Holmes? That is a mystery for the detective himself... Although, the elementary conclusion will probably be: because Sherlock Holmes is the greatest of them all!


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This volume collects 40 stories by different authors (NOT SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE) about the greatest detective of all times: It complements our volume "Sherlock Holmes Complete" that features the 60 stories written by Sir Arthur. Sherlock Holmes developed a life of his own and became greater than his creator. That is why dozens and dozens of authors, both contemporary wi This volume collects 40 stories by different authors (NOT SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE) about the greatest detective of all times: It complements our volume "Sherlock Holmes Complete" that features the 60 stories written by Sir Arthur. Sherlock Holmes developed a life of his own and became greater than his creator. That is why dozens and dozens of authors, both contemporary with Doyle and many modern ones, have embraced the character and created new stories, some humorous, some witty, some deep, but all with admiration for the master of detection. This enormous volume includes 40 of the most important stories (3 novels and 37 short stories) written by his contemporaries, all great writers in their own right. We have included the Maurice Le Blanc Arsene Lupin stories, Carolyn Wells pastiches, Mark Twain short novel, O.Henry stories, John Kendrick Bangs Associated Shades and R.Holmes novels as well as his short stories; the complete Picklock Holes collection by R.C.Lehmann, the J.M. Barrie (creator of Peter Pan) story, and many, many others. We are only missing Jules Verne in this great pot, and are willing to bet there is an undiscovered Holmes story by Verne somewhere, and somebody will make a fortune of it someday! That's a reason to go to Paris and detect! Twain, Wells, Barrie, Henry, Bangs... Why all the greatest felt the need to write their own version of Holmes? That is a mystery for the detective himself... Although, the elementary conclusion will probably be: because Sherlock Holmes is the greatest of them all!

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