Talk:The Golden Ball and Other Stories

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Next to a Dog and Magnolia Blossom[edit]

All but these two stories where in previous compilations The Listerdale Mystery and The Hound of Death. The last two stories instead came from Problem at Pollensa Bay and Other Stories. I do not own a copy of this book nor any of the compilations which the stories were taken from. I have taken summaries from the pages for The Listerdale Mystery and The Hound of Death, but as Problem at Pollensa Bay's page does not have summaries already written, I am unable to take summaries from them and put them onto this page. Could somebody who has access to any one of these stories please write a summary for them?Stunfisk (talk) 11:52, 31 October 2014 (UTC)