The Mystery of Cloomber is a novel by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is narrated by John Fothergill West, a Scot who has moved with his family from Edinburgh to Wigtownshire to care for the estate of his father’s half brother, William Farintosh. It was first published in 1889.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER I. THE HEGIRA OF THE WESTS FROM EDINBURGH
CHAPTER IV. OF A YOUNG MAN WITH A GREY HEAD
CHAPTER VII. OF CORPORAL RUFUS SMITH AND HIS COMING TO CLOOMBER
CHAPTER VIII. STATEMENT OF ISRAEL STAKES
CHAPTER IX. NARRATIVE OF JOHN EASTERLING, F.R.C.P.EDIN.
CHAPTER X. OF THE LETTER WHICH CAME FROM THE HALL
CHAPTER XI. OF THE CASTING AWAY OF THE BARQUE “BELINDA”
CHAPTER XII. OF THE THREE FOREIGN MEN UPON THE COAST
CHAPTER XIII. IN WHICH I SEE THAT WHICH HAS BEEN SEEN BY FEW
CHAPTER XV. THE DAY-BOOK OF JOHN BERTHIER HEATHERSTONE
CHAPTER XVI. AT THE HOLE OF CREE