Arthur Conan Doyle

Tales of Terror and Mystery

Tales of Terror and Mystery is a volume collecting 12 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in 1922. The collection is divided in two parts: “Tales of Terror” with horror stories, and “Tales of Mystery” with stories with strange schemes.
269 printed pages


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    But why should you expect otherwise of me
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    "The torture of the water—the 'Extraordinary Question,' as it was called in the genial days of 'Le Roi Soleil.'
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    done—that they could be done without God striking the villains dead.

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