Sherlock Holmes's London: Explore the City in the Footsteps

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As Nick Carter changed, his popularity prompted many spin-offs, most of which were short-lived. As amateur sleuth, Bernie holds the advantage of not belonging to an official police force and is there- Lawrence Block 51 fore not hampered by rules and procedures. Drury Lane: The Tragedy of X, 1932; The Tragedy of Y, 1932; The Tragedy of Z, 1933; Drury Lane’s Last Case, 1933. New Year’s Eve in Lan-Fang. van Gulik included a postscript. the number of beautiful young women who are kidnapped. 1958. 1962. 1961. he prepares himself for disgrace. 1967.

Pages: 160

Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small (October 15, 2015)

ISBN: 1782492577

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