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THE GOLDEN BOOK OF WORLD'S GREATEST MYSTERIES – 60+ Detective Stories - Whodunit Tales Suspense Occult & Supernatural Stories in One Premium Volume (Mystery & Crime Anthology) The World's Finest Mysteries by the World's Greatest Authors: The Purloined Letter A Scandal in Bohemia The Saf... - cover

THE GOLDEN BOOK OF WORLD'S GREATEST MYSTERIES – 60+ Detective Stories - Whodunit Tales Suspense Occult & Supernatural Stories in One Premium Volume (Mystery & Crime Anthology) The World's Finest Mysteries by the World's Greatest Authors: The Purloined Letter A Scandal in Bohemia The Saf...

Edgar Allan Poe, A. Canon Doyle, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Wilkie Collins, Villiers Adam, C. Moffett, F. Marryat, William Archer, Fitz-James O'Brien, Mark Twain, E.F. Benson, Guy de Maupassant, Théophile Gautier, L. Hearn, C. B. Fernando, Brander Matthews, R. L. Stevenson, W.F. Harvey, Anna Katherine Green, Anton Chekhov, T. W. Hanshew, M. R. James, Katherine Rickford, Sir R. Anderson, R. A. Cram, Pliny the Younger, Joseph L. French, Ambrose Bierce, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Helena Blavatsky, Thomas Hardy

Translator William Melmoth, Julian Hawthorne

Publisher: e-artnow

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This collection brings to you the World's Finest Mysteries by the World's Greatest Authors. A Must Read!
Table of Contents:
Detective Stories
The Purloined Letter (Edgar Allan Poe)
A Scandal in Bohemia (A. Conan Doyle)
The Safety Match (Anton Chekhov)
Missing: Page Thirteen (Anna Katherine Green) . . .
Suspense Stories
The Birth Mark (Nathaniel Hawthorne)
The Oblong Box (Edgar Allan Poe)
A Terribly Strange Bed (Wilkie Collins)
The Torture by Hope (Villiers de l'Isle Adam)
The Mysterious Card (Cleveland Moffett) . . .
Ghost Stories
Thrawn Janet (Robert Louis Stevenson)
The Horla (Guy de Maupassant)
To Sura: A Letter (Pliny the Younger) . . .
The Man Who Went Too Far (E.F. Benson)
The Phantom Rickshaw (Rudyard Kipling)
The Apparition of Mrs. Veal (Daniel Defoe)
The Damned Thing (Ambrose Bierce) . . .
The Deserted House (E. T. A. Hoffmann)
The Withered Arm (Thomas Hardy)
The House and the Brain (Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton)
The Roll-Call of the Reef (A. T. Quiller-Couch)
The Open Door (Mrs. Margaret Oliphant) . . .
Paranormal Psychic Stories
When the World Was Young (Jack London)
Joseph—A Story (Katherine Rickford)
Ligeia(Edgar Allan Poe)
A Ghost (Lafcadio Hearn)
The Eyes of the Panther (Ambrose Bierce)
Photographing Invisible Beings (William T. Stead)
The Sin-Eater (Fiona Macleod) . . .
Humorous Mystery Stories
The Secret of Goresthorpe Grange (A. Conan Doyle)
Mr. Bloke's Item (Mark Twain)
The Man Who Went Too Far (E. F. Benson)
The Man With The Pale Eyes (Guy de Maupassant) . . .

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