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50 Eternal Masterpieces of Detective Stories Vol: 2 (Golden Deer Classics) - cover

50 Eternal Masterpieces of Detective Stories Vol: 2 (Golden Deer Classics)

Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Wilkie Collins, Mary Roberts Rinehart, Ernest William Hornung, William Le Queux, Émile Gaboriau, Melville Davisson Post, Louis Tracy, Israel Zangwill, Joseph Le Fanu, Allan Pinkerton, G. K. Chesterton, Sax Rohmer, Agatha Christie, E. Phillips Oppenheim, John Meade Falkner, Carolyn Wells, Maurice Leblanc, Arthur Conan Doyle, Joseph Smith Fletcher, John T. McIntyre, R. Austin Freeman, Arthur Morrison, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, Harold MacGrath, Herman Whitaker, Herbert George Jenkins, Louis Joseph Vance, Marcel Allain, Arthur John Rees Rees, Thomas W. Hanshew, Harrington Strong, George Barr McCutcheon, Golden Deer Classics, George F. Worts, Dorothy Leigh Sayers

Publisher: Oregan Publishing

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This book contains the following works arranged alphabetically by authors last names

A Royal Prisoner [Marcel Allain]
The Man Who Knew Too Much,The Man Who Was Thursday: a Nightmare [G.K Chesterton]
The Hound of the Baskervilles,The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes [Arthur Conan Doyle]
The Nebuly Coat [John Meade Falkner]
The Chestermarke Instinct,The Middle of Things,The Orange-Yellow Diamond,The Paradise Mystery [Joseph Smith Fletcher]
Helen Vardon's Confession,The Singing Bone{R. Austin Freeman]
File No.113, Monsieur Lecoq,The Lerouge Case,The Mystery of Orcival [Émile Gaboriau]
The Riddle of the Frozen Flame [Thomas W. Hanshew]
A Thief in the Night ,Raffles: Further Adventures of the Amateur Cracksman, The Amateur Cracksman [Ernest William Hornung]
Malcolm Sage, Detective [Herbert George Jenkins]
The Room in the Dragon Volant, Wylder's Hand [Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu]
The Stretton Street Affair [William Le Queux]
The Crystal Stopper [Maurice Leblanc]
The Voice in the Fog [Harold MacGrath]
Anderson Crow, Detective [George Barr McCutcheon]
Ashton-Kirk, Investigator [John T. McIntyre]
Martin Hewitt, Investigator, The Red Triangle [Arthur Morrison]
The Black Box [Edward Phillips Oppenheim]
The Burglar's Fate and The Detectives [Allan Pinkerton]
The Sleuth of St. James's Square [Melville Davisson Post]
The Hand in the Dark, The Shrieking Pit [Arthur John Rees]
More Tish, The Case of Jennie Brice [Mary Roberts Rinehart]
Bat Wing, The Hand of Fu-Manchu, The Quest of the Sacred Slipper, The Sins of Séverac Bablon [Sax Rohmer]
The Brand of Silence [Harrington Strong]
Number Seventeen,The Stowmarket Mystery,The Strange Case of Mortimer Fenley [Louis Tracy]
The Lone Wolf [Louis Joseph Vance]
Raspberry Jam [Carolyn Wells]
The Mystery of the Barranca [Herman Whitaker]
Peter the Brazen [George F. Worts]
The Big Bow Mystery [Israel Zangwill]

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