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Mon Bonheur

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Mon Bonheur (13 june 1907)

Mon Bonheur (My Happiness) was a French weekly magazine published by Jules Tallandier.

In 1907, the magazine published 2 short stories (The Crime of the Brigadier and The Boscombe Valley Mystery) and 1 novel (The Hound of the Baskervilles) written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

By Conan Doyle in Mon Bonheur

All illustrated by Paul Thiriat