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Letter to Grant Richards about American rights (1903)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle in 1903 from Undershaw, Hindhead, Haslemere, to his friend and book publisher Grant Richards (1872-1948).


Dear Grant Richards,

I should like by Xmas to know definitely about the Book.

It struck me that it might suit you better to let me retain the American rights — in which case you could try your English experiment for £3000.

Yours very truly

A. Conan Doyle