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André Martel

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André Martel Éditeur was a French publishing company founded in 1945 by André Martel (1917-2004). The company ended in 1975.

Between 1946 and 1949, the company published 35 short stories and 4 novels written by Arthur Conan Doyle.



Conan Doyle published by André Martel

All in collection "Les maîtres du policier" and translated by Lucien Maricourt unless specified otherwise.


1946


1947




1948



1949


  • 05.1949 : Les Exploits du Brigadier Gérard (Collection des grands romans Anglo-Américains, trans. by L. Mavourne)
    • 8 short stories



Covers


Other books

1952

  • Dans les mains du serpent, by Fernand Rauzena (parody with detective Couanan-Douyle, Sherlock Holmes and Arsène Lupin)






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