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Alice

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Fictional characters.



In the Sherlock Holmes stories

The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor


See also:

A Study Scarlet

The Boscombe Valley Mystery

The Adventure of the Copper Beeches

The Adventure of the Creeping Man


In The Story of the Man with the Watches

  • A small pocket Testament bored the inscription: "From John to Alice. Jan. 13th, 1856." (WATC, 85)


In A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus


In Micah Clarke


In The White Company


In A Sordid Affair






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