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DOYLE, A. Conan (Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan), 1859-1930 : THE VALLEY OF FEAR.
London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1915. First British edition. The fourth and final full-length Sherlock Holmes novel – Holmes decodes a cipher warning from Moriarty.
DOYLE, A. Conan (Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan), 1859-1930 : DANGER! AND OTHER STORIES.
London : John Murray, 1918. First edition : in the secondary binding of tan cloth, ruled and lettered in black. Ten short stories, including the title-story, as well as 'The Prisoner’s Defence', the science fiction story 'The Horror of the Heights', and a brief excursion 'About Cricket'.
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DOYLE, A. Conan (Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan), 1859-1930 : THE CASE-BOOK OF SHERLOCK HOLMES.
London : John Murray, (1927). First edition. “I fear that Mr. Sherlock Holmes may become like one of those popular tenors who, having outlived their time, are still tempted to make repeated farewell bows to their indulgent audiences” (from Conan Doyle’s preface) – the last of the Sherlock Holmes books, a dozen final stories including “The Adventure of the Illustrious Client”, “The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone”, “The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire”, etc. Two of the stories are narrated by Holmes himself, rather than Watson.
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