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Arsne Lupin vs. Sherlock Holmes
Author:Maurice Leblanc
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Gentleman thief and detective Arsène Lupin conspires to match wits with the great Victorian detective Sherlock Holmes in Maurice Leblanc’s second collection of short stories. Brilliantly capturing each character's extraordinary skills, Leblanc offers readers an array of entertaining adventures. The eight tales include “Lottery Ticket No. 514,” “Sherlock Holmes Opens Hostilities,” “Second Arrest of Arsène Lupin,” “The Jewish Lamp,” and others. Mystery lovers will find Lupin and Holmes the most cunning duo in crime fiction.

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