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Venture and Valour

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Venture and Valour is a volume of 15 collected short stories written by various authors including Arthur Conan Doyle published by W. & R. Chambers in october 1900.

The volume was published in various colors.

8 illustrations by W. Boucher.


Stories

  • Torpedo-Boat 240: A Tale of the Naval Manoeuvers, by G. A. Henty
  • The Surgeon of Gaster Fell, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Stringing the Nerves, by George Manville Fenn
  • Hunting Extraordinary: A Personal Reminiscence, by James Payn
  • The Biter Bit, by David Ker
  • The Madness of Mr. Lister, by W. W. Jacobs
  • Toby, by Dr. Gordon Stables
  • A Day on the Solander Whaling-Ground, by Tom Gallon
  • The Lost Cause: A Romance, by David Lawson Johnstone
  • Tregavis the Chemist, by James Patey
  • Bill Goldie: A Pilgrim, by William Atkinson
  • An Adventure in St. Paul's, by F. Talbot
  • The Moorish Treasure, by Captain C. North
  • A Chase after a Kidnapper, by Edwin Pears


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