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Der Sterbende Sherlock Holmes

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Der Sterbende Sherlock Holmes (Robert Lutz, 1924)

Der Sterbende Sherlock Holmes (Sherlock Holmes and the ears and other stories) is the 10th volume of the "Sherlock Holmes series" collecting 6 Sherlock Holmes short stories, written by Arthur Conan Doyle, first published by Robert Lutz in 1924.

Translated in German by Johannes Hartman.


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