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The Mystery of Edwin Drood (letter 1 october 1927)

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The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle published in the magazine Light on 1 october 1927.


The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Light (1 october 1927, p. 473)

Sir, — The Edwin Drood case seems to me to be so important, both from a psychic and from a literary point of view, that I was about to interrupt my brief holiday in order to send you an account of it, but I find that it would be a superfluous work, since Mr. von Reuter has done it so clearly and accurately. I would only add that my hands were not on the instrument, and that I had not discussed the question with the von Reuters.

Yours, etc.,
A. CONAN DOYLE.

[The article by Mr. Forizel von Reuter appears on page 476]





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