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American Rivals of Sherlock Holmes

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American Rivals of Sherlock Holmes is a captivating collection of detective stories that serve as a wonderful tribute to the iconic detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The anthology features a diverse range of American sleuths who each possess their own unique quirks and methods of solving crimes.

From the cunning and methodical Mr. Barnes to the suave and sophisticated Max Carrados, each character brings something different to the table, adding depth and variety to the stories. The writing is sharp and engaging, drawing readers in with its intricate plots and clever twists.

What sets this anthology apart is its exploration of American crime-solving traditions, offering a fascinating glimpse into the world of early 20th-century detective fiction. Readers who enjoy classic mystery stories and are looking for new and intriguing characters to follow will thoroughly enjoy this collection. Overall, American Rivals of Sherlock Holmes is a masterfully curated anthology that will keep readers entertained and engaged from start to finish.

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To follow up on the heels of volumes 1 and 2 of "The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes" released on Librivox, here is a collection of stories starring his contemporary American rivals. Brought together and re-published in a single volume by Hugh Greene in 1979, this set of readings goes back to and uses the original source material.

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