Letter to R. G. Monier-Williams (1925-1930)

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1925 and 1930 from Windlesham, Crowborough, Sussex, to the manager of his Psychic Bookshop, R. G. Monier-Williams.


My dear Monier-Williams

You will have to make up the window for 14 days, as I don't think we could do it. Take out the wireless book, and get Tweedale and other purely spiritual books to the front. If the French parcel comes in time put forward some of them. At present it looks rather skimpy.

Leave an address and I'll drop you the news. By the way a fellow lent me two books, paper covered, on the Jews – one red backed. It was in the Museum. If you see them please send them. "Who's Who Among Jews" and another.

A C D.