Letter to Louis Labat (29 march 1921)

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This letter was written by Arthur Conan Doyle on 29 march 1921 from the Grand Hôtel du Louvre, Paris (France) to Louis Labat, the French writer who translated many Conan Doyle's essays and fictions.


Dear Mr Labat

I should have much liked to have met you, but I returned at once to Paris & on friday we go home after 8 months absence.

I have been looking at your "Vallée de la peur" which seems excellent.

Give my compliments to Miss Day. I hope she will send me a copy where it appears. I understand that its predecessor "La Nouvelle Revelation" has had some success. With all good wishes.

Yours sincerely,
A. Conan Doyle

March 29