Fine-art aficionado. Master of disguise. Jewelry expert. Historian. Gentleman. Burglar. Arsene Lupin is all of these and more. In 1905, Maurice Leblanc introduced his gentleman-burglar in the story "L'Arrestation d'Arsène Lupin". Shortly thereafter, the stories were collected as one single volume. In these charming adventures, Lupin orchestrates a myriad of extravagant heists in the very face of the determined Inspector Ganimard.
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The national burglar of France faces off against the national detective of England in two unforgettable stories. Originally released as Arsene Lupin vs. Herlock Sholmes because of copyright issues, we have taken the liberty of replacing the counterfeit names originally published with those of the original sleuth himself, Sherlock Holmes (in the place of Herlock Sholmes) and his faithful Dr. Watson (in the place of Wilson). The result is an experience for the ages that you won't want to miss.
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This new Cyanide Publishing edition contains three classic audiobooks by Maurice LeBlanc as well as background articles.Follow the exploits of Arsene Lupin, the greatest of all white-glove thieves and the original gentleman burglar. Mystery and tension build, but humor prevails throughout as Monsieur Lupin and Chief Inspector Guerchard try mightily to outwit each other. Slapstick humor, witty asides, and some unexpected twists.
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Enjoy the great detectives of the Golden Age of classic mysteries in this unique collection of audio whodunits. Newly recorded for this original anthology, the crimes, criminals, and sleuths depicted here set the standard for decades to come, and remain as entertaining today as they were when first published. Fantastic narrators including Simon Prebble, Kate Fenton, Bill Wallace, and Robert Fass breathe new life into these stories.
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Fifteen grippling short stories of Arsène Lupin: one of the most famous and intriguing figures of French detective literature. He was created by Maurice Leblanc, a brilliant journalist, writer and storyteller, and is the hero of a total of 24 books, novels and short stories alike. The fictional gentleman thief is a master of disguise, a criminal genius and a moral figure well-set in righting a few wrongs himself when Justice can't be bothered.
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Over a 25-year period, author Maurice Leblanc wrote of the exploits of gentleman thief and master of disguise Arsène Lupin, to the delight of readers on the continent and elsewhere. Often referred to as France's version of Sherlock Holmes, Lupin in this early appearance is wrongfully accused of the death of a prominent German millionaire with nefarious plans. The thief and the mysterious killer find themselves in a race to find an incriminating bundle of letters that, in the wrong hands, could change the political map of the world.
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Trente écueils menaçants cernent l'île de Sarek, au large de l'archipel des Glénans, en Bretagne. Les habitants superstitieux l'appellent l'île aux trente cercueils. Une légende les hante : trente victimes doivent mourir dont quatre femmes en croix.
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Découvrez Arsène Lupin, malfaiteur un peu cabotin, mais malfaiteur quand même, dans ses premières aventures. Tour à tour charmeur, implacable dans la résolution des énigmes, joueur farceur ou bravache, il excelle dans la capacité à faire tourner en bourrique les policiers de la Sureté, à se venger ou à simplement déposséder son prochain (de préférence riche à millions) de ses richesses. Neuf aventures vous attendent.
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An original and entertaining selection of crime stories all committed on the railways. Authors include Baroness Orczy (most famous for The Scarlet Pimpernel) and Maurice Leblanc (most famous for Arsene Lupin.)
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Arsène Lupin ? Ce Robin des Bois moderne met son intelligence, sa force physique et son sang-froid au secours de "l'innocence persécutée". C'est également un homme élégant et séducteur, très apprécié des femmes. Un caractère à la fois séduisant, torturé et mystérieux, lui ont assuré son succès.
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Maurice Leblanc, a writer of detective fiction during the same period as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, created Arsene Lupin, a sort of French Robin Hood. An inventive genius, a master of disguise, and an accomplished actor, Lupin operates in the choice chateaux and salons. He scorns sham and with great disdain leaves his card in a baron's residence. The card reads, "Arsene Lupin, gentleman-burglar, will return when the furniture is genuine."
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"The Extraordinary Life of Arsène Lupin in Prison", as per the original title, opens with a letter from Lupin to Baron Nathan Cahorn. Lupin demands the wealthy Baron send him several of his most precious valuables, or else... he will come and take everything. But Lupin is incarcerated in the famous La Santé Prison! When the deadline comes, detective Ganimard and his men keep a keen eye on the belongings.
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This Cyanide Publishing box set contains four classic crime/mystery audiobooks, including The Strange Case of Mortimer Fenley, A Strange Disappearance, The Almost Perfect Murder, and Arsene Lupin. Visit www.CyanidePublishing.com - home to the greatest mysteries.
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These masterful stories reflect the classic railway era in Britain and provide the perfect setting for the perfect murder - or almost perfect. Challenge your own skills of deduction as you match wits with the best. Narrator Patrick Malahide's evocation of time, place, and culture is imbued with moody mystery most fine.
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"The Water Bottle" is a short story in the "The Eight Strokes of the Clock" collection of eight short stories by Maurice Leblanc. Their main character: Arsène Lupin, the beloved gentleman thief, one of the most famous characters of the detective genre. All eight stories are independent but brought together by a leading thread. Posing as Prince Rénine, Lupin uses his legendary wit to free a young woman from a tedious destiny before having her make him a promise: she will become his bride if together, they manage to solve seven other mysteries before the eighth stroke of the clock, three months from then.
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Arsène Lupin est mort ! En tout cas, c'est ce que tout le monde a l'air de croire : lors d'un cambriolage nocturne au château d'Ambrumésy, Mlle de Saint-Véran tire sur un rôdeur mais son cadavre reste introuvable. Quelques jours plus tard, la jeune femme est enlevée et son corps est retrouvé inanimé, à côté de celui d'Arsène Lupin.
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First published in 1910, this new Cyanide Publishing edition contains the original text as well as background articles. Arsene Lupin comes up against a worthy adversary - the British detective Herlock Sholmes. Visit www.CyanidePublishing.com to download your free crime/mystery starter library.
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"Lupin's Marriage" is a short story from "The Confessions of Arsène Lupin". Ten grippling short stories in which the world's premier thief looks back on a lifetime of adventure and mysteries. He uses his wit and courage to outsmart criminals, pull wool over the eyes of the French police, and solve terrifying mysteries, always keeping just enough time to save a pretty lady and pocket something for himself. Intelligent, witty, funny: there is the real gentleman thief in all his brilliance!
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Dans cette aventure, Lupin affronte avec humour et brio le brillant détective Herlock Sholmès, un double bien réel et tout aussi brillant du célèbre détective anglais Sherlock Holmes. Herlock Sholmes est une copie transparente du héros de Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes, qui en 1906 avait déjà connu un très grand succès en France.
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Tout commence par une multitude de meurtres dans un hôtel chic parisien. C'est M. Kesselbach qui est assassiné, et tous les doutes semblent se porter sur Arsène Lupin, qui pourtant ne tue jamais, mais il faut bien une première fois, comme dirait l'inspecteur Ganimard.
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