The Blonde Lady
by Maurice LeBlanc
Publisher: Doubleday, Page & company 1910
Number of pages: 310
'The Blonde Lady' sees Arsene Lupin (the gentleman-burglar) once again meeting his enemy, the English detective Herlock Sholmes. These two great intellects are bound in opposite directions, where one chooses to abide to the law and the other uses his power and wits to crime.
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by Maurice LeBlanc - Le Journal
Arsene Lupin may have finally met his match in Deputy Daubrecq, a cunning detective who foils Lupin's most cunning robberies, thefts, and even a kidnapping. Can the world's greatest thief get his act together, and recover his lost honor?
by Maurice LeBlanc - The Macaulay Co
The author paints a wonderful tale of WWI in France, twined together with the mystery surrounding the murder of main character Paul's father. Maurice LeBlanc became famous for the creation of Arsene Lupin, a gentleman thief and master of disguise.
by Maurice LeBlanc - ManyBooks
When one of Arsene Lupin' victims is found dead in a way that implicates the wily criminal, he insists on heading the police search for the real murderer. The mystery involves finding a clock on which the number 813 has significance.
by Maurice LeBlanc - Doubleday, Page & company
Another action-packed mystery by Maurice LeBlanc! This story has to do with the final Will of a man named Mornington, who, in the year 1900, left behind the sum of $400 million francs. Of that, $100 million francs to be distributed to his heirs.