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The Adventures of Picklock Holes

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Piclock Holes in Lady Hilda's Mystery (Punch, 26 august 1893). Illustration by E. J. Wheeler

The Adventures of Picklock Holes is the first series of Sherlock Holmes parodies written by R. C. Lehmann under the parodic pseudonym of Cunnin Toil (approx. Conan Doyle) starring Picklock Holes as the detective and Potson as his sidekick. Published in Punch magazine, between 1893 and 1894. Holes came back in another series (Picky Back) 10 years later between 1903-1904. Then a last story was published in 1918.



List of Picklock Holes stories

The Adventures of Picklock Holes (1893-1894)


Picky Back (1903-1904)


1918






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