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L'Édition Française Illustrée

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L'Édition Française Illustrée was a French publishing company. It bought the catalogue of the series "Bibliothèque Cosmopolite" from P.-V. Stock in 1920-1921, and sold it with new covers and as a new series : "Drames d'Histoire et de Police". Gus Bofa did the cover illustrations.

The company published 17 books including 40 short stories and 8 novels written by Arthur Conan Doyle between 1920 and 1924.

The stories were translated by Albert Savine and some by Georges Michel.



Conan Doyle published by E.F.I.

All these books are from the "Drames d'Histoire et de Police" (Dramas of History and Police) series.


ca. 1920-1923

Jim Harrison, Boxeur (ca. 1920)
Un début en médecine (ca. 1920)
Un Duo (ca. 1920)
  • Un Duo
    (A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus)


Mystères et aventures (ca. 1920)
Nouveaux Mystères et aventures (ca. 1920)
Derniers Mystères et aventures (ca. 1920)

Mystères et Aventures
(Mysteries and Adventures)

Nouveaux Mystères et Aventures
(New Mysteries and Adventures)

Derniers Mystères et Aventures
(Last Mysteries and Adventures)


L'Horrible agonie de Lady Sannox (ca. 1920)
Une momie qui ressuscite (ca. 1920)
Le Parasite (ca. 1920)

L'Horrible agonie de Lady Sannox
(The Horrible Agony of Lady Sannox)

Une momie qui ressuscite
(A Mummy That Resurrects)

Le Parasite
(The Parasite)


La Merveilleuse découverte de Raffles Haw (ca. 1920)

La Merveilleuse découverte de Raffles Haw
(The marvelous discovery of Raffles haw)


1923

Les Recrues de Montmouth (1923)
Le Capitaine Micah Clarke (1923)
La Bataille de Sedgemoor (1923)

1924

La Mort mystérieuse du général Heatherstone (1924)
La Grande ombre (1924)
Une idylle de banlieue (1924)

La Mort mystérieuse
du général Heatherstone

(The mysterious death of General Heatherstone)






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