Pierre Mille

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Pierre Mille (ca. 1915)
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Pierre Mille (27 november 1864 - 12 january 1941) was a French writer and journalist. His name is known for the Pierre Mille Prize for the best journalist report, offered by the French Press Syndicate, to reward a francophone journalist.

He wrote the sherlockian pastiche Moi qui suis Sherlock Holmes published in Le Temps on 10 december 1912.