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Maurice Leblanc

Book Overview: 

As usual, gentleman thief Arsene Lupin finds himself wrongfully accused of murder, and must find the real killer to clear his colored name.

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. . .Oh, certainly. . . ."

She kissed Geneviève and went indoors.

Meantime, night was beginning to fall. Sernine would not let Geneviève return alone. But they had hardly entered the path, when a figure, standing out against the shadow, hastened toward them.

"Grandmother!" cried Geneviève.

She threw herself into the arms of an old woman, who covered her with kisses:

"Oh, my darling, my darling, what has happened? How late you are! . . . And you are always so punctual!"

Geneviève introduced the prince:

"Prince Sernine . . . Mme. Ernemont, my grandmother. . . ."

Then she related the incident, and Mme. Ernemont repeated:

"Oh, my darling, how frightened you must have[Pg 88] been! . . . I shall never forget your kindness, monsieur, I assure you. . . . But how frightened you must have been, my poor darling!"

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My fourth (or fifth?) Lupin crime novel. Whilst I like the premiss of an inverse Sherlock Holmes (or as he’s called in the book: Holmlock Shears), ie. a rogue burglar, intelligent but gentleman-like, here it became a chore to read. Arsène Lupin fights against the police who suspect him of being a mu

Mi amado Lupin. Disfruté bastante este libro, de alguna forma estos relatos, como con Holmes o Poirot, tienden a caer en estructuras que se repiten aunque el crimen sea distinto. Sin embargo, este se me hizo más interesante que otros que he leído, con excepción de El tapón de cristal.

Lupin está

A bit diluted with inconsequential dialogue here and there, but nice reading, regardless.

Domnul Kesselbach se opri în pragul salonului, îl prinse pe secretarul său de braţ şi murmură cu glas neliniştit:
― Chapman, iar a intrat cineva aici!
― Nu se poate, domnule Kesselbach, protestă secretarul. Chiar dumneavoastră aţi deschis uşa anticamerei, iar în timpul dejunului la restaurant, cheia

That was so fucking sad??? Like?? I’ve read the book in English (translation that dates around 1910s) and it was hard to read

A tale of incredulity, buffoonery, naivete', comedy, stupidity, iconoclasm, icon worship, self destruction, conceit, and staggering inefficiency, none of it intentional. What promised to be a ghastly detective story just turned out to be ghastly.

The story revolves around Arsen Lupin, a beloved Frenc

Arsène Lupin in 813 (Arsène Lupin #4), Maurice Leblanc
813 is a Maurice Leblanc novel, set in the adventures of Arsene Lupine. First published 1910.

تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1971 میلاد
عنوان: هشتصد و سیزده 813 از ع‍م‍ل‍ی‍ات‌ آرس‍ن‌ ل‍وپ‍ن‌ دزد ف‍ران‍س‍وی‌؛ نویسنده: م‍وری‍س‌ ل‍ب‍لان‌؛ مت‍رج‍م: ن‍ص‍رال‍ل‍

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