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This issue of Mon magazine policier et d'aventures definitely focused more on adventure than policing. It contained two stories by the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Arthur Conan Doyle (curiously credited minus his "Sir" title), as well as a continuing novel of international intrigue by Maurice de Moulins.