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Cosmopolitan Crimes - Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes [Hugh Greene] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Early detective tales by the contemporaries of Arthur Conan Doyle. Cosmopolitan Crimes has 25 ratings and 3 reviews. Tatra said: I loved these. In fact, I think that I might like these better than the first Rivals of She. Originally published under title: More rivals of Sherlock Holmes.

Title, Cosmopolitan crimes: foreign rivals of Sherlock Holmes, Volume 3. Cosmopolitan Crimes: Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, Hugh Greene. Author, Hugh Greene. Editor, Hugh Greene. Compiled by, Hugh Greene. Contributor, Hugh Greene. Edition, reprint. Publisher, Pantheon Books, ISBN, X. Title, Cosmopolitan Crimes: Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, Volume 3. Cosmopolitan Crimes: Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, Hugh Greene. Editor, Hugh Greene. Compiled by, Hugh Greene. Contributor, Hugh Greene. Edition, reprint. Publisher, Pantheon Books, ISBN, X, Graham Greene, the novelist, served with the Secret Intelligence Service during WWII. Greene died in Hugh Greene came to prominence as a journalist in Nazi Berlin. After being expelled from Germany just before WWII, he served in the RAF as an interrogator. Greene went on to join the BBC and was made.

Title, Cosmopolitan Crimes: Foreign Rivals of Sherlock Holmes. Collected & Introduced by Hugh Greene. Author, Hugh Greene. Publisher, Pantheon Books, Length, pages. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. 19 Nov Under that Victorian greatcoat, a second (Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, ) collection of short stories from the period when crime assumed a more sartorial mien. The foreign is a loose designation (it might only be the locus) and there are more names that are unfamiliar than otherwise. Among. All about More Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: Cosmopolitan Crimes by Hugh Greene. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers.

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