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Les Nouvelles Aventures du fils de Sherlock Holmes

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Les Nouvelles Aventures du fils de Sherlock Holmes (Librarie Richonnier, 1910~1914)

Les Nouvelles Aventures du fils de Sherlock Holmes (The New Adventures of the Son of Sherlock Holmes) is a book written anonymously and published circa 1910-1914 by the French publisher Librarie Richonnier (40 rue des Saint Pères, Paris).

The title page had the sub-title : "Racontées par le docteur Watson (L'Ami de Sherlock Holmes père)" i.e. "Told by Dr. Watson (the friend of Sherlock Holmes)".

The book contains 4 short stories.

The stories were initially published in november 1909 by the Dutch publisher C. J. J. Dalmeyer as De Avonturen van den Zoon den Sherlock Holmes, verhaald door Dr. Watson, de Vriend van Sherlock Holmes. The publisher announced 12 short stories but only 6 or 7 have been published : No. 3: De veranderde polsslag (The Changed Pulse), No. 4: De verdwenen emigrante (The Missing Emigrant), No. 6: De vrijheidsbond (The Freedom Union), De wraak van Mevrouw Woodhouse (Mrs. Woodhouse's revenge), De hangende koord (The hanging cord), De hallucinaties van Mevrouvw Arlington (The Hallucinations of Mrs. Arlington), De vreselijke nacht (The Terrible Night).


Content

  • La Mystérieuse immigrante (in 1909, De verdwenen emigrante)
  • La Ligue de la liberté
  • Le Cas de Mademoiselle Célestine
  • Les Visions de Madame Arlington (in 1909, De hallucinaties van Mevrouvw Arlington)







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