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New York Times Sunday Book Review
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The Irish singer said, “I look forward to dishing the sexual dirt on everyone I’ve ever slept with” in the book, coming in March 2016.
A 1916 silent film starring William Gillette as the detective was found in the archive of the Cinémathèque française.
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