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Go ahead and grab The Champdoce Mystery if you get this one I also recommend finishing with The Clique of Gold.I love this book My only regret is that I didn t read it before reading The Champdoce Mystery, which was still fantastic even though read out of order go ahead and grab that one now it s also available for free.Emile Gaboriau was very popular before being eclipsed by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and he deserves to be rediscovered If you like his work, I also recommend the work of E Phi Go ahead and grab The Champdoce Mystery if you get this one I also recommend finishing with The Clique of Gold.I love this book My only regret is that I didn t read it before reading The Champdoce Mystery, which was still fantastic even though read out of order go ahead and grab that one now it s also available for free.Emile Gaboriau was very popular before being eclipsed by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and he deserves to be rediscovered If you like his work, I also recommend the work of E Phillips Oppenheim, also in the public domain and available for free Vintage crime fiction In the public domain, with a free electronic copy available here Vintage crime fiction In the public domain, with a free electronic copy available here A novel of high life and misdeeds, by the author who inspired Sherlock Holmes The story centers around two young men, both penniless, both ignorant of their past, and a mysterious organization of blackmailers, hiding behind the guise of a respectable employment agency The story is concluded in the Mystery of Champdoce. Great fun As I was reading in hardcover and nearing the end, I thought, wow, they re going to have to wrap this up pretty quickly Three or four pages from the end and I m still clueless Last page to be continued in The Champdoce Mystery. Enjoyable mystery novel, set in Paris, which makes it doubly interesting to me It ends abruptly and you must continue with the next book Slaves of Paris. &Download Pdf ↵ Caught in the Net ☋ Emile Gaboriau is an important figure in the history of detective fiction A French journalist and novelist, he created the roman policier with a series of books involving private detective Monsieur Lecoq, who works logically Lecoq was based on a real life thief turned policeman named Francois Vidocq , whose memoirs mixed fiction and fact Gaboriau s huge following was eclipsed by Arthur Conan Doyle s Sherlock Holmes Interestingly, Holmes may have been at least partly based on another of Gaboriau s characters, consulting detective Father Tabaret, whose methods Monsieur Lecoq adopts in the first Lecoq book