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Classic Crime Stories (Collector's…

Classic Crime Stories (Collector's Library)

by David Stuart Davies

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 190962117X, Hardcover)

David Stuart Davies has edited four other immensely popular anthologies for the Collector’s Library, and this one includes some of the greatest classic crime short stories ever written. It contains locked rooms, barely decipherable codes and straightforward murder written by masters of the genre: Arthur Conan Doyle, R Austin Freeman, G K Chesterton, Edgar Wallace, John Dickson Carr, Sheridan Le Fanu and Arnold Bennett among others.

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