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  • Maurice Leblanc

    « L'éclat d'obus » est un roman de Maurice Leblanc publié en 1915|puis remanié et republié en 1923. « L'éclat d'obus » est un roman un peu à part dans l'œuvre de Maurice Leblanc puisque|d'abord conçu comme un grand roman patriotique|c'est aussi un roman d'espionnage mais surtout parce que Leblanc a décidé d'inclure Arsène Lupin huit ans plus tard lors de sa réécriture|ne serait-ce que pour une fugitive apparition de deux pages|laquelle pourtant éclaire le roman d'un regard...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. Fifty thousand francs are stolen from Nicolas Dugrival's jacket and Arsène Lupin is the main suspect. When Dugrival commits suicide, his widow swears revenge and sets an inescapable trap for our hero... The fourth story in Maurice Leblanc's collection 'The Confessions of Arsene Lupin' about gentleman thief and criminal mastermind, Arsene Lupin. A classic detective series perfect for readers who love Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Allan Poe's C. Auguste Dupin. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, soaring to the top of the iTunes charts. He masterfully breathes life...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. Arsene Lupin is suddenly and suspiciously willing to share some secrets with Inspector Ganimard which will help the police unveil a murder. But is Lupin helping out of the goodness of his heart or does a large jewel connected to the deceased have anything to do with it? The fifth story in Maurice Leblanc's collection 'The Confessions of Arsene Lupin' about gentleman thief and criminal mastermind, Arsene Lupin. A classic detective series perfect for readers who love Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Allan Poe's C. Auguste Dupin. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007,...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. On 15th April, every day, Louise d'Ernemont leaves the house in the morning with her daughter and does not return home until nightfall - and nobody knows where she goes. It turns out that she is in fact the granddaughter of the wealthy d'Ernemont, who was guillotined on that exact date years earlier. A lost fortune, hidden jewels, a family mystery, it's time for Arsene Lupin to step in to help the heirs of d'Ernemont. The third story in Maurice Leblanc's collection 'The Confessions of Arsène Lupin' about gentleman thief and criminal mastermind, Arsene Lupin. A classic detective series perfect for readers who...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. Yvonne d'Origny's life is full of misery, hatred and fear. She has tried to divorce her malicious husband, but he is willing to go to great lengths to get what he wants - and that's her. He even uses their son as a pawn. How will Yvonne's story unfold, and what will Lupin's role be in it? The second story in Maurice Leblanc's collection 'The Confessions of Arsène Lupin' about gentleman thief and criminal mastermind, Arsene Lupin. A classic detective series perfect for readers who love Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Allan Poe's C. Auguste Dupin. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. At Chateau de Maupertuis, death shadows Lady Jeanne Darcieux, as she escapes more than one attempted murder. But hero and gentleman burglar, Arsene Lupin is lying in wait and he can't help saving a stranger, especially if she's young and rich. The sixth story in Maurice Leblanc's collection 'The Confessions of Arsène Lupin' about gentleman thief and criminal mastermind, Arsene Lupin. A classic detective series perfect for readers who love Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Allan Poe's C. Auguste Dupin. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, soaring to the top of the iTunes...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    Arsène Lupin, gentleman-cambrioleur est un recueil de nouvelles écrites par Maurice Leblanc et contant les aventures d’Arsène Lupin. La première nouvelle de ce recueil a été publié en juillet 1905 dans le journal Je sais tout. Il s’agissait de la première nouvelle mettant en œuvre Arsène Lupin. Celle-ci ayant du succès, Maurice Leblanc est encouragé à écrire la suite, en plusieurs nouvelles. Ce qui sera fait jusqu’en 1907. (Résumé par...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    Au cours d'un cambriolage chez le député Daubrecq|un crime est commis et deux complices d' Arsène Lupin sont arrêtés par la police. L'un est coupable du crime|l'autre innocent mais les deux seront condamnés à mort. Arsène Lupin va s'employer à délivrer la victime de l'erreur judiciaire|mais il devra lutter contre le député Daubrecq|maître-chanteur sans scrupule|qui détient un document compromettant|dissimulé dans un bouchon en cristal. Le Bouchon de cristal est un roman policier de Maurice Leblanc mettant en scène les aventures d' Arsène Lupin|gentleman-cambrioleur. Ce roman parut en feuilleton dans Le Journal|de septembre à novembre 1912. Le volume sortira en librairie...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    Arsène Lupin, gentleman-cambrioleur est un recueil de nouvelles écrites par Maurice Leblanc et contant les aventures d'Arsène Lupin. Arsène Lupin est arrêté : l'aventure est-elle donc finie pour lui ? Erreur ! Elle ne fait que commencer. C'est quand il est sous les verrous que la police devrait se méfier. Lupin change de domicile, de costume, de tête et d'écriture, connaît tous les passages secrets et prend rendez-vous avec ses victimes avant de les cambrioler ! C'est le plus gentleman de tous les cambrioleurs. La première nouvelle de ce recueil a été publié en juillet 1905 dans le journal Je sais tout. Il s'agissait de la première nouvelle mettant en œuvre Arsène...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    Este es el primero de los tres audiolibros que conforman la saga literaria en la que se inspira la serie 'Lupin'. A bordo del transatlántico Provence, cuyas autoridades han sido puestas sobreaviso de la presencia del ladrón, Lupin conoce a Nelly Underdown, una millonaria que le roba el corazón y a quien él roba las joyas. Arséne Lupin, que logró ser más famoso que su creador, nació como un encargo del editor Pierre Lafitte al escritor Maurice Leblanc. En este audiolibro se reúnen los nueve cuentos -relacionados entre sí como los capítulos de una serie televisiva- que Leblanc publicó en la revista de Lafitte, 'Je sais tout'. Cuando se produce la detención de Arsène Lupin al...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series Lupin with Omar Sy. After Arsene Lupin is suspected of yet another grand theft with a mysterious blonde accomplice, the Parisienne police are at their wits' end. Time to call in Sherlock Holmes. Will France's greatest thief be able to outwit England's most famous detective or has he finally met his match? Two fast-paced adventures full of twists and turns, 'The Blonde Lady' and 'The Jewish Lamp' will keep readers thrilled as two of literature's most cunning heroes finally come face to face. After a debate with Arthur Conan Doyle about the use of Holmes, Leblanc showed his trademark wit by changing the characters names to Herlock...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. After Arsene Lupin is suspected of the theft of an antique desk holding a winning lottery ticket with his mysterious blonde accomplice, the Parisienne police are at their wits' end. Time to call in Sherlock Holmes. Will Lupin be able to outwit England’s most famous detective and come out on top or has he finally met his match? Two fast-paced adventures full of twists and turns, 'The Blonde Lady' and 'The Jewish Lamp' will keep readers thrilled as two of literature's most cunning heroes finally come face to face. After a debate with Arthur Conan Doyle about the use of Holmes, Leblanc showed his trademark wit...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    A contemporary of Arthur Conan Doyle, Maurice Leblanc (1864-1941) was the creator of the character of gentleman thief Arsène Lupin who, in France, has enjoyed a popularity as long-lasting and considerable as Sherlock Holmes in the English-speaking world. This is the delightful first of twenty volumes in the Arsène Lupin series written by Leblanc himself. In an unprecedented act of literary pastiche and cross-over, Sherlock Holmes and Lupin actually meet, briefly in this first volume, and more substantially in the next. But after legal objections from Conan Doyle, the name was changed to "Herlock Sholmes." (adapted from Wikipedia by...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    The book that inspired the new Netflix series, 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. The gentleman burglar and criminal mastermind, Arsene Lupin, returns in five new adventures. Paris’ very own 'Prince of Thieves' is once again on the loose, armed with his trademark wit and charm. Constantly one step ahead of the police and his nemesis, Inspector Ganimard, Lupin solves a few mysteries, saves a few damsels, and even manages to pocket a small fortune for himself. 'The Two Hundred Thousand Franc Rewards!', 'The Wedding Ring', 'The Sign of the Shadow', 'The Infernal Trap', 'The Red Silk Scarf' and 'Shadowed by Death' from 'The Confessions of Arsene Lupin' are daring, fast-paced and a whole lot of...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    The book that inspired the new Netflix series, 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. 'The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman Burglar' is the first collection of stories about the infamous thief, Arsene Lupin. Cunning, charming, and roguishly good-looking, Lupin leads the French police department on a merry dance across Belle Epoque Paris in these adventure-filled mysteries. Evading the authorities, getting the girl and usually pocketing some rare jewel for himself, Arsene Lupin's adventures will keep readers of all ages on the edge of their seats. Perfect for fans of Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes and Edgar Allan Poe's C. Auguste Dupin. B. J. Harrison started his Classic...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    From the books that inspired the new Netflix series 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. There is a mystery to be solved. A baroness and a great deal of money have disappeared from Paris, and neither her husband nor the police can find any trace of her. Enter the infamous Arsene Lupin, master thief, gentleman burglar and greatest criminal mind of all time. 'The 200,000 Franc Reward' is a story about robbery, betrayal, and criminal investigation, great for readers who want to dive into a classic detective series, set against the backdrop of Paris during the Belle Époque. Perfect for fans of Sherlock Holmes or Edgar Allan Poe’s C. Auguste Dupin. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    The book that inspired the new Netflix series, 'Lupin' with Omar Sy. 'The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman Burglar' is the first collection of stories about the infamous thief, Arsene Lupin. Cunning, charming, and roguishly good-looking, Lupin leads the French police department on a merry dance across Belle Epoque Paris in these adventure-filled mysteries. Evading the authorities, getting the girl and usually pocketing some rare jewel for himself, Arsene Lupin's adventures will keep any reader on the edge of their seats. B. J. Harrison started his Classic Tales Podcast back in 2007, soaring to the top of the iTunes charts. He masterfully breathes life back into...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    1921. Arsène Lupin se dedica ahora a la educación de niños pobres en la zona accidentada al norte de París. Pero las 'fuerzas oscuras' quieren apropiarse de un libro misterioso, propiedad de uno de sus antepasados, quien fue un general del Imperio. Estos bandidos están dispuestos a todo, incluso a poner en peligro la vida de Cora de Lerne, 'el último y único amor' del famoso caballero-ladrón. - Maurice Leblanc (1864-1941) creó Arsène Lupin en 1905 como protagonista de un cuento para una revista francesa. Hasta entonces, Leblanc había estudiado derecho, trabajaba en la empresa familiar y había escrito algunos libros de poco éxito. Sin embargo, Lupin se convirtió en uno de los...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    Gilbert y Vaucheray, dos cómplices de Arsène Lupin, tienen objetivos ocultos cuando desvalijan la residencia del diputado Daubrecq. Lupin deberá descubrirlos para salvarlos de la horca. Daubrecq, un oscuro diputado de provincias, vive en una magnificencia sospechosa. Vigilado y también temido por la policía y el ministro del interior. Sin embargo, Gilbert y Vaucheray convencen a Lupin de dar el golpe. Las cosas salen mal. Hay un muerto, la policía detiene a los jóvenes y Lupin logra escapar con un tapón de cristal que le entrega Gilbert. Pero el tapón desaparece del escondite de Lupin antes de que logre inspeccionarlo. ¿Qué tiene ese ordinario tapón de garrafa que...read more

  • Maurice Leblanc

    Isidore Beautrelet, estudiante y detective aficionado, no atrapará a Arsène Lupin. Pero su intervención en los asuntos del ladrón acabará trágicamente para Lupin. En medio de la noche, unos desconocidos desvalijan el castillo del conde de Gesvres. Su secretario resulta muerto y uno de los ladrones, herido. Cuando llega la policía no falta ningún objeto ni pueden encontrar al ladrón baldado que se esconde en la propiedad. Isidore Beautrelet, enigmático estudiante de retórica, se propone desentrañar el misterio. Todo parece llevar la firma de Arsène Lupin. En el centro de la intriga está el secreto de la aguja hueca, cuyos últimos depositarios fueron María Antonieta y...read more