Not to be outdone by Harper Lee and Dr. Seuss, Arthur Conan Doyle has joined the list of authors whose lost works have recently been discovered.

After the town’s bridge was swept away in a flood, Arthur Conan Doyle penned the tale to raise money for a new one. His literary effort formed part of a collection, The Book o’ the Brig, released on the occasion of a three-day fundraising event in Selkirk in 1904.

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