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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's comment about The Valley of Fear

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This ad published in The Sun (Baltimore) on 23 september 1914, the day after the first episode of The Valley of Fear in the same newspaper, included a handwritten quote from Arthur Conan Doyle mentioning the story was the last case of the detective.


« I fancy the "Valley of Fear" is the swan-song of Sherlock Holmes. Arthur Conan Doyle. »


The Sun (Baltimore) (23 september 1914, p. 3)






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