The Oxford Sherlock Holmes Complete 9 Volumes Oxford University Press 1997

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The Oxford Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

Contains 9 volumes which include notes on the text, select bibliography, a chronology of Arthur Conan Doyle, appendices and explanatory notes. The nine volumes of the Oxford Sherlock Holmes are:

    • A Study in Scarlet, edited by Owen Dudley Edwards (208 pp)
    • The Sign of the Four, edited by Christopher Roden (224 pp)
    • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, edited by Richard Lancelyn Green (304 pp)
    • The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, edited by Christopher Roden (288 pp)
    • The Hound of the Baskervilles, edited by W. W. Robson (208 pp)
    • The Return of Sherlock Holmes, edited by Richard Lancelyn Green (352 pp)
    • The Valley of Fear, edited by Owen Dudley Edwards (208 pp)
    • His Last Bow, edited by Owen Dudley Edwards (240 pp)
    • The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes, edited by W. W. Robson (256 pp)

Features;

      • Publisher Oxford University Press, Oxford; 1997
      • Dark Blue Cloth Hardback
      • Size 190 x 120mm, 3.5kg
      • ISBN 978 019 212329 9

Condition: Very Good – No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy

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Weight 3.500 kg

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