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Mrs. Beeton’s Family Cookery - Mrs. Isabella Beeton

1923 - Ward, London and Melbourne - New Edition
This book has more wisdom to the square inch than any work of man’ - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

With over 800 pages of recipes, culinary advice, and household hints, Mrs Beeton’s incomparable The Book of Household Management was one of the earliest cookery books to use coloured illustrations. A truly important English work, and one of the most successful cookbooks of all time, it is Illustrated with 20 colour lithograph plates, and nearly 300 black and white engravings.
 
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Our American Adventure [&] Our Second American Adventure - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

1923 1924 - Doran / Little, New York / Boston - First American Edition
Two volumes. The accounts of Doyle's two American tours investigating and speaking on matters of Spiritualism. Illustrated with black and white photographs.

We live in the time of dawn, and year by year the overwhelming importance of this psychic question is forcing itself upon the public attention 
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The Valley of Fear. A Sherlock Holmes Story. - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

1915 - Smith, London - First English Edition
‘Mr Mac, the most practical thing that you ever did in your life would be to shut yourself up for three months and read twelve hours a day at the annals of crime.’

The fourth and final full-length Sherlock Holmes novel, a retrospective or 'flashback' adventure set in Pennsylvania, 1888. '
The Valley of Fear' is also notable for the involvement of Holmes arch-nemesis Professor Moriarty. The plot is based on the activities of Molly Maguires, an Irish-American activist group known for their violent conflicts and long held status as a secret society.

With frontispiece of Sherlock by Frank Wiles. Housed in a custom clamshell case of scarlet morocco leather over matching cloth, spine lettered in gilt, interior felt lined.
 
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The Lost World - Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

1912 - Hodder and Stoughton, London - First Edition
‘So tomorrow we disappear into the unknown. This account I am transmitting down the river by canoe, and it may be our last word to those who are interested in our fate.’

From the brilliant mind of Arthur Conan Doyle comes a a classic tale of adventure and exploration. The first in the
Challenger novel series, join heroes Edward Malon and Professor Challenger as they travel to a Lost World in the Amazon forest where dinosaurs, Pterodactyls, Cave Men, and other prehistoric creatures are found to be co-existing, cut off from the rest of the world.

Illustrated with eight lithographic plates, including a photographic frontispiece of members of the expedition, featuring Doyle wearing a fake beard as Professor Challenger.
 
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Price HK$ 9,000