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The Triumphs of Eugene Valmont

Robert Barr (1850-1912)

1. 01 – The Mystery of the Five Hundred Diamonds
2. 02a – The Siamese Twin Of A Bomb Thrower – part 1
3. 02b – The Siamese Twin Of A Bomb Thrower – part 2
4. 03 – The Clue Of The Silver Spoons
5. 04 – Lord Chizelrigg’s Missing Fortune
6. 05a – The Absent-Minded Coterie – part 1
7. 05b – The Absent-Minded Coterie – part 2
8. 06 – The Ghost With The Club Foot
9. 07 – The Liberation Of Wyoming Ed
10. 08 – Lady Alicia’s Emeralds
11. 09 – The Adventures Of Sherlaw Kombs
12. 10 – The Adventure Of The Second Swag

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Short stories by a colleague of Jerome K. Jerome, and friend of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Barr probably wrote the first parody of Sherlock Holmes (included in this collection). He co-edited “The Idler” with Jerome.[written by Czechchris]



- review

Yes, very well read with some strong story lines. Most enjoyable.


Great stories and an outstanding narrator


- The Triumphs of Eugene Valmont

A very good series of short stories/mysteries, narrated extremely well by Czechchris, especially enjoyed the last two stories.


- Mystery and fun!

What an enjoyable read ... thanks so much to the reader. Especially enjoyed the "Sherlaw Combs" stories!