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75 in ’13: 813 (Arsene Lupin)

  For the thirty-third book, I read 813 (Arsène Lupin #4) by Maurice Leblanc. Once again, the gentleman-thief Arsène Lupin is caught up in yet another mysterious mystery of shadowy affairs! But wasn’t that fellow dead after the affair of … Continue reading

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75 in ’13: The Hollow Needle

For the eighteenth book in the challenge, I read The Hollow Needle (L’aiguille Creuse) by Maurice Leblanc, supposedly the third(ish?) book in the Arsene Lupin series. (But we’ve been over the numbering system before.) I gave this one a solid … Continue reading

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75 in ’13: Arsene Lupin Versus Herlock Sholmes

For the fourth book of the challenge, I read Arsene Lupin Versus Herlock Sholmes, by Maurice Leblanc. This is listed as the second book in the series. Lupin’s opponent may sound familiar; this is because, after Leblanc used Sherlock Holmes … Continue reading

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75 in ’13: Arsene Lupin

For the third book of the challenge, I read Arsene Lupin by Maurice Leblanc (translated by Edgar Jepson). I found this book (as well as several others in the series) over at Project Gutenberg for free, so if you’d like … Continue reading

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