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[[File:Le-petit-parisien-sli-1908-06-21-le-capitaine-sharkey-p197a-illu.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Illustration in [[Le Petit Parisien]]<br />(illustrated supplement, 21 june 1908)]]
 
[[File:Le-petit-parisien-sli-1908-06-21-le-capitaine-sharkey-p197a-illu.jpg|thumb|200px|right|Illustration in [[Le Petit Parisien]]<br />(illustrated supplement, 21 june 1908)]]
Captain John Sharkey, a pirate, is a recurrent character created by [[Arthur Conan Doyle]] appearing in 4 short stories. The stories have been published in the [[Pearson's Magazine]] between january 1897 and april 1911.
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The pirate Captain John Sharkey is a character created by [[Arthur Conan Doyle]] appearing in 4 short stories.  
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The stories have been first published in the [[Pearson's Magazine]] in january, march, may 1897 and in april 1911.
  
  

Latest revision as of 22:54, 17 April 2019

Illustration in Le Petit Parisien
(illustrated supplement, 21 june 1908)

The pirate Captain John Sharkey is a character created by Arthur Conan Doyle appearing in 4 short stories.

The stories have been first published in the Pearson's Magazine in january, march, may 1897 and in april 1911.


Stories of Captain Sharkey










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