The Club-Footed Grocer

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"The Clubfooted Grocer" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was first published in The Strand Magazine.


It is a nineteenth-century short story about a man who goes to help his wealthy uncle, once a grocer and trader of jewelry and expensive artifacts. The narrator doesn’t know why he is called to help his uncle until he arrives and finds that his uncle has a death threat from someone who wants something the uncle possesses.

External links

  • Telling tales - Edxcel pages 19–34
  • Arthur Conan Doyle Society


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