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The Mystery of Cloomber

Author: Arthur Conan Doyle
Publisher: Auckland : Floating Press, 1889.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Although many readers think that Arthur Conan Doyle's literary career begins and ends with his creation of master detective Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle dabbled in a variety of genres and styles. The Mystery of Cloomber has elements of the classic detective genre, but it is closer to a nuanced psychological thriller than one of the cut-and-dried cases that Holmes and Watson solved.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Doyle, Arthur Conan.
Mystery of Cloomber.
Auckland : The Floating Press, ©1889
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Conan Doyle
ISBN: 9781775450894 1775450899 9781776516421 1776516427
OCLC Number: 731646981
Description: 1 online resource (181 pages)
Contents: Title; Contents; Chapter I --
The Hegira of the Wests from Edinburgh; Chapter II --
Of the Strange Manner in Which a Tenant Came to Cloomber; Chapter III --
Of Our Further Acquaintance with Major-General J.B. Heatherstone; Chapter IV --
Of a Young Man with a Grey Head; Chapter V --
How Four of Us Came to Be Under the Shadow of Cloomber; Chapter VI --
How I Came to Be Enlisted as One of the Garrison of Cloomber; Chapter VII --
Of Corporal Rufus Smith and His Coming to Cloomber; Chapter VIII --
Statement of Israel Stakes; Chapter IX --
Narrative of John Easterling, Frcpedin. Chapter X --
Of the Letter Which Came from the HallChapter XI --
Of the Casting Away of the Barque "Belinda"; Chapter XII --
Of the Three Foreign Men Upon the Coast; Chapter XIII --
In Which I See that Which Has Been Seen by Few; Chapter XIV --
Of the Visitor Who Ran Down the Road in the Night-Time; Chapter XV --
The Day-Book of John Berthier Heatherstone; Chapter XVI --
At the Hole of Cree; Endnotes.

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Although many readers think that Arthur Conan Doyle's literary career begins and ends with his creation of master detective Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle dabbled in a variety of genres and styles. The Mystery of Cloomber has elements of the classic detective genre, but it is closer to a nuanced psychological thriller than one of the cut-and-dried cases that Holmes and Watson solved.

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