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99 Classic Mystery Short Stories Vol1 : Works by Arthur Conan Doyle E Phillips Oppenheim Fred M White Rudyard Kipling Wilkie Collins HG Wellsand many more ! - cover

99 Classic Mystery Short Stories Vol1 : Works by Arthur Conan Doyle E Phillips Oppenheim Fred M White Rudyard Kipling Wilkie Collins HG Wellsand many more !

Arthur Conan Doyle, Arthur B. Reeve, Arthur Quiller-Couch, Algernon Blackwood, Readym Anthologies, Arthur Stanwood Pier, Arthur Stringer, Barry Pain, Carolyn Wells, Compton Mackenzie, E. Phillips Oppenheim, Edgar Fawcett, Edgar Wallace, Eleanor H. Porter, Emerson Hough, Ethel Watts Mumford, F. Hopkinson Smith, Forrest Crissey, Frances Hodgson Burnett, Fred M. White, G.B. Lancaster, George Ade, Gilbert Parker, H. Bedford-Jones, H. G. Wells, Hapsburg Liebe, Harold Bindloss, Harvey J. O'Higgins, Henry C. Rowland, Honore Willsie, Hugh Pendexter, James Branch Cabell, James Hopper, James Oliver Curwood, Jennette Lee, Josephine Daskam Bacon, Leonard Merrick, Margaret Sherwood, Marie Belloc Lowndes, Marjorie Bowen, Mary Heaton Vorse, Mary Raymond Shipman Andrews, Max Beerbohm, Max Pemberton, Octavus Roy Cohen, Perceval Gibbon, R. Austin Freeman, Richard Marsh, Roy Norton, Rudyard Kipling, Rupert Hughes, Sax Rohmer, Stacy Aumonier, W. Pett Ridge, W. W. Jacobs, Wilkie Collins, William MacLeod Raine

Publisher: Oregan Publishing

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CONTENTS:
ALGERNON BLACKWOOD
1. Confession
ARTHUR B. REEVE
2. The Beauty Mask
ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
3 to 14. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH
15. The Affair of Bleakirk-on-Sands
ARTHUR STANWOOD PIER
16. The Best Friend
ARTHUR STRINGER
17. The Adolescence of Number Eighty-Seven
18. The Bell
19. The Benevolence of Montana Bill
20. The Button Thief
BARRY PAIN
21. The Bottom of the Gulf
22. With a Clear Conscience
CAROLYN WELLS
23. The Adventure of the Clothes-line
COMPTON MACKENZIE
24. Carnage
E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
25. A Mad Christmas
26. An Aristocratic Socialist
27. An Unlucky Rehearsal
EDGAR FAWCETT
28. The Current of Things
EDGAR WALLACE
29. The Agreeable Company
ELEANOR H. PORTER
30. Angelus
31. The Apple of Her Eye
EMERSON HOUGH
32. The Abducted Bride
ETHEL WATTS MUMFORD
33. The Bells of Cullam
F. HOPKINSON SMITH
34. Captain Joe
FORREST CRISSEY
35. The Achievement
FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
36. Surly Tim's Trouble
FRED M. WHITE
37. A Gamble in Love
38. A Liberal Education
39. A Matter of Kindness
40. Autumn Manœuvres
41. The Ace of Hearts
G.B. LANCASTER
42. The Brand of the Wild
GEORGE ADE
43. The Backslider
GILBERT PARKER
44. A Castaway of the South
45. As Deep As the Sea
46. At Point o' Bugles
47. Barbara Golding
48. The Baron of Beauguard
H. BEDFORD-JONES
49. A Question of Brains
50. A Tiger Hilt
H.G. WELLS
51. The Apple
HAPSBURG LIEBE
52. A Woman Keeps a Secret
HAROLD BINDLOSS
53. An Unofficial Affair
HARVEY J. O'HIGGINS
54. A Change of Profession
55. Captain Keighley's Men
56. Captain Meaghan's Retirement
57. The Anonymous Letters
HENRY C. ROWLAND
58. 677-X-7: A Motor-Car Tale
HONORE WILLSIE
59. Afraid of the Dark
HUGH PENDEXTER
60. At the Belton Arms
JAMES BRANCH CABELL
61. As the Coming of Dawn
JAMES HOPPER
62. Banjo Nell
63. The Failure
64. The Maestro of Balangilang
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD
65. The Copper-Ship
JENNETTE LEE
66. At the End of the Rainbow
JOSEPHINE DASKAM BACON
67. Where Thieves Break In
LEONARD MERRICK
68. Aribaud's Two Wives
MARGARET SHERWOOD
69. All for Love
MARIE BELLOC LOWNDES
70. A Citizen of Calais
MARJORIE BOWEN
71. Dorinda Dares
72. The Apple of Venus
MARY HEATON VORSE
73. The Ancient Courage
MARY RAYMOND SHIPMAN ANDREWS
74. The Butler
MAX BEERBOHM
75. A. V. Laider
MAX PEMBERTON
76. Barbara of the Bell House
77. The Accursed Gems
OCTAVUS ROY COHEN
78. The Baboon's Sister
PERCEVAL GIBBON
79. Ambush
80. The Adventure on a Portuguese Trader
81. The Adventure with the Slave Dealer
82. The Adventuress
R. AUSTIN FREEMAN
83. The Aluminum Dagger
84. The Anthropologist at Large
RICHARD MARSH
85. The Assassin
ROY NORTON
86. Captain Bill
RUDYARD KIPLING
87. Friendly Brook
88. Mary Postgate
RUPERT HUGHES
89. At the Sixth Tee
SAX ROHMER
90. The Call of Siva
STACY AUMONIER
91. Them Others
W. PETT RIDGE
92. A Successful Conspiracy
93. Ah Lun's gift
W. W. JACOBS
94. After the Inquest
95. Choice Spirits
WILKIE COLLINS
96. The Angler's Story Of The Lady Of Glenwith Grange
97. The Lawyer's Story of a Stolen Letter
98. The Nun's Story of Gabriel's Marriage
WILLIAM RAINE
99. A Meeting of His Creditors

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