The Captain of the Polestar


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(1894)



TO MY FRIEND MAJOR-GENERAL A. W. DRAYSON AS A SLIGHT TOKEN OF MY ADMIRATION FOR HIS GREAT AND AS YET UNRECOGNISED SERVICES TO ASTRONOMY, This little Volume IS DEDICATED




The Captain of the Pole-Star is a collection of strange mystery tales that are independent of each other, sometimes involving ship voyages, shipwrecks, amnesia, lost love, grand thefts, comedy, and fairy tales. Excellent reading...but of course A. Conan Doyle keeps you on the edge of your seat without Sherlock Holmes being a part of the story.--Submitted by veronique8

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