Micah Clarke

by Arthur Conan Doyle

It is said to be a regret of the gifted author that the success of his ingenious Sherlock Holmes stories has obscured his more thoughtful work. This regret must be shared by the reader. Pleasing though Doyle's detective stories are, they do not compare in sustained interest and dramatic power with these two splendid novels of English History. In them are heroic characters, stirring incidents, and the expression of high ideals.

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excellent
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