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The Arsene Lupin Omnibus

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Arsene Lupin
The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin
The Hollow Needle
The Crystal Stopper
The Teeth of the Tiger
The Eight Strokes of the Clock
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Published September 29th 2010 by Archiebooks (first published 1930)
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Ана Хелс
На всеки велик детектив трябва да му се опре поне веднъж в кариерата някой ярък криминален мастермайнд , че да го завлече една идея над благоприличието и размърдването на сиви мозъчни клетчици с друга , по-лична цел, освен основната свързана с общочовешкото добро. И ако на Шерлок Холмс му се падна веднъж всъщност не особено брилянтния Мориарти, то французите са се погрижили да отвърнат на английския удар с тяхно си шмекерджийско франсе, в чиито възможности е напълно и без особени усилия да поста ...more
This book is terribly funny and will appeal to Holmes fans. I'm amazed it's not better-known.
This is, I think, a collection of four books of Lupin stories which vary in quality. Overall, it is still enjoyable read, but the longer stories suffer from being so, and I found some of the old fashioned morals a bit off-putting as they are generally from Lupin himself, or those we are meant to side with. If you do get the book, don't read the chapter titles in the contents page as there's a rather larger spoiler in there.
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Maurice Leblanc began as a journalist, until asked to write a short story filler, and gentleman thief (later detective) Arsène Lupin, more gallant and dashing than English counterpart Sherlock Holmes.
More about Maurice Leblanc...
Arsène Lupin, Gentleman-Thief (Arsène Lupin, #1) Arsène Lupin versus Herlock Sholmes (Arsène Lupin, #2) L'aiguille creuse (Arsène Lupin, #3) Arsène Lupin in 813 (Arsène Lupin, #4) The Crystal Stopper (Arsène Lupin, #7)

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