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John Murray is a British publishing company founded by John Murray (1745-1793) in 1768. When Arthur Conan Doyle was published between 1909 and 1930, Sir John Murray IV (1851-1928) and Sir John Murray V (1884-1967) managed the firm.

In 1917, the firm acquired his competitor Smith, Elder & Co..



Conan Doyle published by John Murray

John Murray, Tales (1922)

Prices follow the pattern (shilling/pence)

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Prefaces/forewords by Conan Doyle

  • ---.05.1923 : Old Offenders, by E. W. Hornung
  • ---.05.1924 : The Mystery of Joan of Arc, by Leon Denis


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Other books related to Conan Doyle

  • ---.---.1914 : My Autobiography, by S. S. McClure
  • ---.10.1931 : Arthur Conan Doyle. A Memoir, by Rev. John Lamond
  • ---.---.1932 : Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction?, by T. S. Blakeney
  • ---.10.1945 : The True Conan Doyle, by Adrian Conan Doyle
  • ---.02.1949 : The Life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, by John Dickson Carr
  • ---.---.1954 : The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes, by Adrian Conan Doyle & John Dickson Carr
  • ---.---.1959 : Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centenary, 1859-1959, by P. Weil Nordon
  • ---.---.1962 : The Sherlock Holmes Companion, by Michael & Mollie Hardwick
  • ---.02.1964 : The Man Who Was Sherlock Holmes, by Michael & Mollie Hardwick
  • ---.---.1966 : Conan Doyle, by Pierre Nordon






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