The Mystery of Cloomber

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The Mystery of Cloomber  (1889) 
by Arthur Conan Doyle

Contents[edit]

  • Chapter 1: The Hegira of the Wests from Edinburgh
  • Chapter 2: Of the Strange Manner in Which a Tenant Came to Cloomber
  • Chapter 3: Of Our Further Acquaintance with Major-General J. B. Heatherstone
  • Chapter 4: Of a Young Man with a Grey Head
  • Chapter 5: How Four of Us Came to be Under the Shadow of Cloomber
  • Chapter 6: How I Came to be Enlisted as One of the Garrison of Cloomber
  • Chapter 7: Of Corporal Rufus Smith and his Comming to Cloomber
  • Chapter 8: Statement of Israel Stakes
  • Chapter 9: Narrative of Jonh Easterling, F.R.C.P.EDIN.
  • Chapter 10: Of the Letter Which Came from the Hall
  • Chapter 11: Of the Casting Away of the Barque Belinda
  • Chapter 12: Of the Three Foreign Men Upon the Coast
  • Chapter 13: In Which I see That, Which has Been Seen by Few
  • Chapter 14: Of the Visitor who ran Down the Road in the Night-time
  • Chapter 15: The Day Book of John Berthier Heatherstone
  • Chapter 16: At the Hole of Cree


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