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E. Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946)—
An Interactive Bibliography©2017

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by

Roy Glashan


Dedicated to Colin Choat — E-Book Wizard Extraordinary


1st Edition: Mar 2013
2nd Edition: Nov 2017



TABLE OF CONTENTS



INTRODUCTION

I have read your latest book, Oppenheim;
it involves a swarthy crook, Oppenheim;
and a maid with languid eyes,
and a diplomat who lies,
and a dowager who sighs, Oppenheim, Oppenheim,
and your glory never dies, Oppenheim.

Oh, your formula is great, Oppenheim!
Write your novels by the crate, Oppenheim!
When we buy your latest book
we are sure to find the crook,
and the diplomat and dook, Oppenheim, Oppenheim,
and the countess and the cook, Oppenheim!

You are surely baling hay, Oppenheim,
for you write a book a day, Oppenheim;
from your fertile brain the rot
comes a-pouring, smoking hot,
and you use the same old plot, Oppenheim, Oppenheim,
but it seems to hit the spot, Oppenheim!

You're in all the magazines, Oppenheim;
same old figures, same old scenes, Oppenheim;
same old counts and diplomats,
Dime Musée* aristocrats,
same old cozy corner chats, Oppenheim, Oppenheim,
and we cry the same old "Rats!" Oppenheim.

If you'd only rest a day, Oppenheim!
If you'd throw your pen away, Oppenheim!
If there'd only come a time
when we'd see no yarn or rhyme
'neath the name of Oppenheim, Oppenheim, Oppenheim.
It would truly be sublime, Oppenheim!

—Walt Mason (1862-1939), as printed in
Uncle Walt: The Poet Philosopher, George Matthew Adams Co., Chicago, 1910



* Dime museums were institutions that were popular at the end of the 19th century in the United States. Designed as centers for entertainment and moral education for the working class (lowbrow), the museums were distinctly different from upper-middle class cultural events (highbrow). Wikipedia



This poetic cry of despair at E. Phillips Oppenheim's literary fecundity, written when he still had 33 years of virtually non-stop creativity ahead of him (his last novel, Mr. Mirakel, was published in 1943), hints at the problems facing the would-be bibliographer. The sheer volume of Oppenheim's output is daunting. Furthermore, the task of tracing and chronicling his works is complicated by another factor: many of his novels appeared under different titles in England and America, and many of his magazine stories were retitled (some more than once) when they were published in books or reprinted in other periodicals.

The present bibliography was developed in the course of a collaboration with Project Gutenberg Australia aimed at making well-formatted and, when possible, illustrated e-books of Oppenheim's complete opus available to interested readers. In the course of 2012 this collaboration resulted in the publication of well over 100 of this author's novels and short-story collections in HTML and EPUB format. In the following years more books were added, until, in 2017, RGL was able to offer the reader digital editions of all Oppenheim novels and story collections ever published in book form.

A useful starting point for building a half-way comprehensive Oppenheim bibliography is the list of his writings that appeared in some US editions of books published in the 1940's. The version of the list used in preparing the present work is the one printed at the end of the US edition of The Man Who Changed His Plea (Little, Brown and Co., Boston, 1942). A copy of this list is given in an appendix.

Oppenheim wrote numerous series of interconnected short-stories. In his memoirs, The Pool of Memory, he gave the following rationale for this practice:

"It was during this conversation with Chamberlain* that I developed an idea which I have used now for nearly thirty years with considerable success.... I suggested that I write some short stories all having to do with the same people, or having, at any rate, the same hero or heroine... This was over thirty years ago, and since then the whole of my short-story fiction, with the exception of perhaps a dozen stories for the Strand and a few special commissions, has been written in this form. The advantage to an author is apparent, for when the ten or twelve stories have run their course through a magazine or periodical, they can then be issued as a volume. Publishers have always fought shy of volumes of short stories, but it became quite a different thing when these short stories were all connected and the same hero appeared in each."

[* S.S. Chamberlain, then Editor-in-Chief of The Cosmopolitan (1907-1908)

As a result of this technique and certain elements of internal continuity, many of the collections of Oppenheim's short stories read like novels. Notable examples of this are An Amiable Charlatan and The Inevitable Millionaires. While the latter is classified as a collection in the list printed by Little, Brown and Co. in 1942, the book contains no chapter titles—only numbers.

This bibliography is interactive in that it gives the reader direct access to digital copies of most of Oppenheim's books. If you wish to read or download a particular book, just click on the link to the desired format. These links are identified as follows:

PGA HTML edition for books at Project Gutenberg Australia,
RGL EPUB edition and RGL HTML edition for books at Roy Glashan's Library


Bibliographic data for later editions of the same novel are given under the year of first publication, unless the novel in question was published under more than one title. In these cases there is a separate cross-referenced entry for each title.

Bibliographic data for some short stories could not be found, but in those cases where the story in question is one of a series published in a magazine, its most likely date and place of publication can been deduced from the known bibliographic data of the other stories in the series. All such conjectural but currently unverifiable bibliographic data are displayed in grey. Putative publication dates found in on-line bibliographic resources are also displayed in grey.

Oppenheim's works have been published many languages. While no sytematic effort to track down translations was made in the course of preparing this bibliography, all relevant information encountered in the research process has been included in the entries for the English versions of his books.


Sources consulted in the course of preparing this bibliography include:



BIBLIOGRAPHY

ABBREVIATIONS

PGA = Project Gutenberg Australia
RGL = Roy Glashan's Library
art = article coll = collection of short stories
ed = editor, edition
fp = frontispiece
ill = illustrator
nf = non-fiction
nd = no date
nov = novel
8vo = octavo
pp = pages
play=playscipt
ser = series
sl = serial
ss = short story
tr = translator
dd = day of publication not ascertained
mm = month of publication not ascertained
yy = year of publication not ascertained



§ 1. THE WRITINGS OF E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
[CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING]

1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896
1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902
1903 1904 1905 1906
1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916
1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926
1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936
1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1946 1965
1984 2004 2012 2013


1887

Expiation: A Novel of England and Our Canadian Dominion [nov]
• John & Robert Maxwell, London, 1887, 1900, 313 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 319 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1916, Yelow-Back Edition, 126 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
A Christmas Card [ss]
The Whitehall Review, Christmas, 1887
The Grand Duke's Diamonds [ss]
The Whitehall Review, Summer, 1887


1888

Curate and Fiend [nov]
The Leicester Mercury, Dec 8, 1888 ff
In an article entitled "My First Work", published in the February 1942 issue of the British Lilliput magazine, Oppenheim states that he sold this story to The Leicester Mercury when he was 18 years old.
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012


1889

A Lawyer's Romance [nov]
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Sep 28, 1889, ff


1890

False Evidence [nov]
The Wellington Journal & Shrewsbury News, sl, Wellington, England, Oct 4, 1890 ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1896, 250 pp
Australian Town & Country Journal, sl, May 23, 1896-Oct 10, 1896
• Ward, Lock and Co., London, 1902, Sixpenny Novels series, No. 329, 127 pp
• Ward, Lock and Co., London, 1913, 335 pp
People's Magazine, sl, May-Aug 1915
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
De valsche getuigenis (The False Testimony), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1930; Arrow Series No. 22
Spanish:
Falsa evidencia, tr. Gregorio Lafuerza
• R. Sopena, Barcelona, 1935, 268 pp, series Biblioteca de grandes novelas


1891

The Peer and the Woman [nov]
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Oct 1, 1891, ff
• J.S. Ogilvie, New York, 1892, 259 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, 1892, 259 pp, as "The Peer and the Women"
• Lord & Taylor Co., New York, 1895
• Ward, Lock & Bowden., London, 1895, 226 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, 320 pp
• John A. Taylor Co., New York, 1924, 259 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Danish:
Hvem var kvinden? (Who Was the Woman?), tr. Lilli Waage
• Alb. Cammermeyers Forlag, Kristiania & Copenhagen, 1919, 218 pp
Dutch:
De Lord en de vrouw (The Lord and the Woman), tr. Jan Lamers
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1932; Arrow Series No. 35
French:
Le Revenant de Clavanon (Clanavon's Ghost), tr. comtesse H. de Bonneval
• Éditions de France, Paris, À ne pas lire la nuit, No. 123, 1938, 215 pp
L'Assassin de lord Alceston (Lord Alceston's Killer),tr. Comtesse H. de Bonneval
• Éditions de France, Paris, À ne pas lire la nuit, No. 124, Mar 24, 1939, 223 pp
Le Secret de lord Alceston (Lord Alceston's Secret), tr. Michel Lemarquis
• Éditions Morgan, Paris, 1947, 255 pp
German:
Die tote Frau (The Dead Woman), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 236 pp
• Carl Fr. Fleischer Verlag, Leipzig, 1930, 236 pp
Blutrausch—Die tote Frau (Frenzy—The Dead Woman), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1933, 189 pp


1892

The Peer and the Women [nov]
Variant title of "The Peer and the Woman" (qv)
• R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, 1892, 259 pp
A Woman's Blindness [nov]
Original title of "The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown" (qv)
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Oct 1, 1892, ff


1893

A Daughter of the Marionis [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, MM DD, 1893-Jan 13,1894
• Ward & Downey Co., London, 1895, 312 pp
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1910, 310 pp, as "To Win the Love He Sought"
• P. F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, 384 pp, as "To Win the Love He Sought"; includes the short story "The Great Awakening" based on the 1902 novel of the same name
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1915, 312 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1916, 1920, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1920, 320 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--?, 255 pp
• Re-published in 1929 as a syndicated serial under the title "The Desperate Lover" (qv)
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "To Win the Love He Sought"
RGL EPUB edition, 2012, as "To Win the Love He Sought"
RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "To Win the Love He Sought"
Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
Spanish:
El juramento (The Oath), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLV, 1949, 218 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1964, 56 pp (abridgment)


1894

The Tragedy of a Week [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Jan 20-Feb 10, 1894
RGL EPUB edition, 2017
RGL HTML edition, 2017
The Postmaster of Market Deignton: A Tale [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 6, 1894, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1897, 8vo, 126 pp
• George Routledge & Co, London, Yellow-Back Collection, 1897, 339 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1911, 1913, 313 pp; ill. Howard Somerville & Fred Pegram
Romance Magazine, sl, Sep 1914-Feb 1915
Famous Novel Magazine, Jan 1928, as "Murder at Deignton Court"
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
A Monk of Cruta [nov]
Beeton's Christmas Annual, 1894
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1894, 1897, 340 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, 1894, 340 pp
• J.S. Ogilvie, New York, 1894, 340 pp
• F.T. Neely, Chicago & New York, 1894, 340 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1899, 1917, 317 pp; ill. Warne Browne
• J.S. Ogilvie, New York, Ogilvie's Popular Railroad Series, No. 38, 1906, 340 pp, as "The Tragedy of Adrea"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London,19??, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 139, 127 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1927, 254 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
De monnik van Cruta (The Monk of Cruta), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1930; Arrow Series No. 24
German:
Das Geheimnis von Cruta (The Secret of Cruta), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Arthur Cassirer Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 242 pp


1895

The World's Great Snare [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 5, 1895, ff.
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1896, 8vo, 316 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
• J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1900
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, ca. 1920 and 1935, 256 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 353 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton; new edition
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1913, 315 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton; new edition
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
's Werelds verleiding (The World's Temptation), tr. ?
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1928
Spanish:
Mandato del destino (Mandate of Destiny), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXIV, 1952, 254 pp
A Drama in Cameo [playscript]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 18, 1895
The Portland Guardian, Australia, Feb 21, 1896
The Age, Melbourne, Australia, Apr 29, 1928
RGL EPUB edition, 2017
RGL HTML edition, 2017


1896

Darton's Great Picture [ss]
The Sketch, London, Apr 1, 1896
Darton's Great Picture/Darton's Successor, PGA/RGL editions, 2017
Darton's Successor [ss]
The Sketch, London, Apr 8, 1896
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Darton's Great Picture/Darton's Successor, PGA/RGL editions, 2017
Darton's Great Picture/Darton's Successor [ss]
PGA HTML edition, 2017
RGL EPUB edition, 2017
RGL HTML edition, 2017
The Modern Prometheus: A Romance [nov]
• T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1896, 185 pp
• F.T. Neely's Prismatic Library, London & New York, 1897, 204 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2015
RGL HTML edition, 2015
The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown [nov]
Pirated as "The New Tenant" and "His Father's Crime"
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, October 1, 1892, ff, as "A Woman's Blindness"
• Richard Bentley & Son, London, 1896, 372 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1896, 253 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1901, 351 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 190-?, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 125 pp, bi-columnar text
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1896?
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 351 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1940, 351 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The New Tenant"
RGL EPUB edition, 2012, as "The New Tenant"
RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "The New Tenant"
Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van Bernard Brown (The Secret of Bernard Brown), tr. ?
• Geillustreerde Roman-bibliotheek No. IV, 1904
• A.W. Segboer's Uitg-Mij, 's-Gravenhage, 1924
French:
Un crime mystérieux (A Mysterious Crime), tr. Jeanne Heywood
• Ernest Flammarion, éditeur, Paris, 1911, 372 pp.
Diner d'anniversaire (The Anniversary Dinner), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1938, 244 pp
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1950, 255 pp
One of the Gods [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 11, 1896
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, Mar 28, 1920
RGL EPUB edition, 2017
RGL HTML edition, 2017
A Royal Dilemma [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 16, 1896
RGL EPUB edition, 2017
RGL HTML edition, 2017
Till the Day of Judgment [nov]
Original title of "As a Man Lives" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 3, 1896, ff
The Wooing of Fortune [nov]
Listed in The English Catalogue of Books for 1890-1897. There is no record of this book under Oppenheim's name at WorldCat.org. In an article published in The Private Library, Summer 1983, under the title "Collecting E. Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946)," Ellen Wellman & Wray D. Brown note with regard to this work: "Some of the aficionados do not think that it was ever published but probably rewritten and published under another title. Mr. Nicholas Davies, the English publisher, recently deceased, was the foremost Oppenheim collector and had never heard of a copy."

A more likely explanation is that The Wooing of Fortune was just mistakenly attributed to Oppenheim. The evidence for this is given in the following bibliographic note from David Samuel Barr: "It turns out that a novel by Henry Cresswell with this title was published in the same week as Oppenheim's The World's Great Snare. Both were listed and reviewed by Charles James in the "New Novels and New Editions" column in the August 14, 1896 issue of The Literary World, page 126. While both Oppenheim's and Cresswell's Wooing show up in The English Catalogue of Books for 1896, published by Sampson Law, page 219, and also in The Publishers' Circular and Booksellers' Record of British and Foreign Literature, No. 1566, Vol. 65, Saturday, July 4, 1896, page 16, neither of these catalogues mention The World's Great Snare. The Bookman: A Literary Journal, Volume 4, No. 1, September 1896, lists Cresswell's Wooing and Oppenheim's Snare together on page 103 in its "List of Books Published During the Month" but shows no Wooing by Oppenheim; similarly, The Spectator, for the week ending Saturday, June 27, 1896, No. 3548, has the same pair in a column of "Publications of the Week" on Page 931, but again without a mention of an Oppenheim Wooing. An article about Oppenheim (and Frances Ewan), "Rising Stars", in The Windsor Magazine, April 1898, p. 598, lists his books published to date plus several upcoming ones; Snare is mentioned, but Wooing is not. It would seem likely that somewhere along the line, either one of the cataloguers—most likely the Publishers' Circular—or one of its data suppliers somehow scrambled the information it had gathered from the mountain of individual publisher listings/announcements it received and ended up listing The World's Great Snare as The Wooing of Fortune instead, with no one noticing the incongruity of there being two books with the same rather unusual title issued at the same time, and this error was picked up and perpetuated by later Oppenheim cataloguers."


1897

The Amazing Judgment [nov]
• Downey & Co., London, 1897,223 pp
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010, 294 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2014
RGL HTML edition, 2014
Translations
Dutch:
Een verrassend oordeel (An Amazing Judgment), tr. J. de Hoop Scheffer
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925


1898

As a Man Lives [nov]
UK title of "The Yellow House" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 3, 1896, ff, as "Till the Day of Judgment"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1898, 304 pp; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 190-?, 124 pp, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
German:
Schatten der Vergangenheit (Shadows of the Past), tr. Hans Barbach, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Buchgemeinde, Berlin, 1931, 253 pp
A Daughter of Astrea [nov]
• J. W. Arrowsmith Ltd., Bristol, 1898, 8vo,
series: Arrowsmith's Bristol Library, vol. 77
• Donald W. Newton Co., New York, 19--, 228 pp
• C.H. Doscher & Co., New York, 1909, 228 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with The New Tenant
• J. W. Arrowsmith Ltd., Bristol; Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., London, 1918, 191 pp
• Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929, 8vo, 188 pp
• Economy Book League, Cleveland, Ohio, 1933, 180 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2017
RGL EPUB edition, 2017
RGL HTML edition, 2017
Translations
Arabic:
Ibnat Astriyã (A Daughter of Astrea)
• Matba'at 'Abd al-Halim Husni, Cairo, 1934
Dutch:
Het geheimzinnige eiland (The Mysterious Island), tr. Havank
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1936
Het geheimzinnige eiland (The Mysterious Island), tr. Paul Dorin
Hollandse Zakbibliotheek, 's-Gravenhage, Parelserie No. 3, 1941
French:
L'Heureux pays (The Happy Country), tr. Ève Paul-Margueritte
• Société Française d'Imprimerie et de Librairie, Paris, 1914, 320 pp
Spanish:
Aventura en Astrea (Adventure in Astrea), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las novelas de la palma, No. 11, ca 1952, 160 pp
The Man and His Kingdom [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 26, 1898, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1899, 325 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
• J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1900, 325 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1907, 325 pp; ill. Charles Grunwald
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 325 pp; ill. Charles Grunwald
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1917, 324 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, 1928, 250 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 128 pp, bi-columnar text
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
De republiek San Marino (The Republic of Sam Marino), tr. N.B. Elvé
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 25, 1930
De dochter van den presiden (The President's Daughter), tr. ?
• Boek- en Handelsdrukkerij Helmond, Speciaal-serie No. 12, 1935
German:
Revolution, tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta Verlag, 1931, 8vo, 240 pp
French:
L'Homme et son royaume, tr. Eve Paul-Margueritte
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Dec 13, 1909-Jan 15, 1910
Mysterious Mr. Sabin: or, Love and Intrigue [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 2, 1897,ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1898, 8vo, 397 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
The Windsor Magazine, special Christmas supplement, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1899, 8vo, 127 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1905, 397 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
In Strange Company, together with Phra the Phoenician (by Edwin Lester Arnold), The Scallywag (by Grant Allen), and In Strange Company (by Guy Boothby), Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca 1900, large 8vo, 127, 156, 150, and 80 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1905, 397 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, no date
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 397 pp
• Street & Smith Co., New York, 1929, as No. 106 in the Adventure Library series
The Secret Service Omnibus No. 1, in one volume with A Maker of History and The Illustrious Prince, Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 1946, 819 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Danish:
Den hemlighetsfulle Hr. Sabin (The Mysterious Mr. Sabin), tr. Johannes Magnussen
• Damernes Bibliotek, Copenhagen, 1903, 338 pp
French:
Le complot (The Plot), tr. J.-H. Rosny, the younger
• J. Tallandier, Paris, 1911, 307 pp
Norwegian:
Hvem er Mr. Sabin?*; (Who Is Mr. Sabin?), tr. ?
• John Anderson Publishing Co., Chicago, 1918, 498 pp
Spanish:
El conspirador (The Conspirator), tr. ?
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLVI, 1949, 220 pp
Swedish:
En statshemlighet (A State Secret), tr. Elisabeth Lilljebjorn
• Nordiska Forlaget, Stockholm, 1911
The Tragedy of a Night [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 14, 1898
The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1902, pp. 523-532; ill. G. & M. Montbard
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
The Argosy (UK), Sep 1927
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012


1899

The Lord of Crersa [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 23, 1899
The People's Home Journal, Jan 1910, as "The Prince of Crersa"
• Syndicated in the USA by The Bell Syndicate, Inc., New York, 1920
The Syracuse Herald, NY, Apr 25, 1920
The Argosy (UK), Aug 1926
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
Mr. Marx's Secret [nov]
• W.C. Leng & Co., London, 1899, Weekly Telegraph novels, No. 2, 96 pp
• Simpkin Marshall, London, 1899
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 2nd edition, 324 pp
The Cavalier, sl, Dec 1911-Jan 27 1912
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, 314 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916, 314 pp; fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland, Goodchild, & Stewart, Toronto, 1916, 314 pp; fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1926, 256 pp
• Economy Book League, Cleveland, Ohio, 1933, 289 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van den heer Marx (Mr. Marx's Secret), tr. J.M. Merkus Makkink
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 5, 1929
A Millionaire of Yesterday [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 15, 1899
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1900, 1906, 1940, 256 pp
• J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1900, 228 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 121 pp, bi- columnar text; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1916, 315 pp; ill. J.W. Ferguson Kennedy
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca. 1910, 189 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca. 1912, 315 pp
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 315pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca. 1919, 251 pp
• Brown Watson, Kibworth Beauchamp, England, 1963, 160 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1970
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Translations
Danish:
Fortidens skygger (Shadows of the Past), tr. Vera Bragg
• Gyldendalske, Copenhagen, 1927, 199 pp
Dutch:
Door eigen kracht (By His Own Strength), tr.
• Van Holkema en Warendorf, Amsterdam, 1923, 1930
French:
Je n'ai pas tué (I Did Not Kill), tr. Germaine Guillemot-Magitot
• Éditions Morgan, Paris, 1947, 287 pp
German:
Scarlett Trent der Abenteurer (Scarlett Trent—Adventurer), tr. Reinhard Rijke
• Rijke & Stock, Berlin, 1927, 232 pp
• F. Wagner, Leipzig, 1927, 232 pp
One Little Thread of Life [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Mar 25-Apr 15, 1899
Gunter's Magazine, Apr 1910
The Argosy (UK), Nov 1929
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1900

The Iron-Hearted City [nov]
Original title of "The Survivor" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 6, 1900, ff
The Ambassador's Dilemma [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1900, pp 452-458
The Sketch, London, Jun 15, 1904
 
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Mad Christmas [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1900, pp 104-108; ill. A. Forestier
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
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1901

My First Diplomatic Mission [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1901, pp. 376-380; ill. A. Forestier
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
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An Unlucky Rehearsal [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1901, pp 418-422; ill. T. Walter Wilson, R.I.
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
The Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Jan 7, 1917
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
My Dreadful Secret [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1901, pp 629-635; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
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Two Gamblers [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, May 1901, pp. 651-658; ill. Oscar Wilson
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
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Mr. Ashley's Failure [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1901, pp 350-356; ill. A.H. Buckland
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Shocking Mésalliance [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1901, pp 447-454; ill. A. Forestier
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
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The Ghost of Old John Hill [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1901, pp 128-134; ill. Abbey Altson
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, as "The Quarry on Old John Hill"
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, as "The Quarry on Old John Hill"
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920, as "The Quarry on Old John Hill"
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A Sleeping Memory
Original title of "The Great Awakening" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 26, 1901, ff
The Great Awakening [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 26, 1901, ff, as "A Sleeping Memory"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 320 pp; ill. ?
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902, 311 pp, as "A Sleeping Memory"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 311 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend, as "A Sleeping Memory"
• Street & Smith, New York, 1908, 315 pp, as "The Great Awakening—Her Other Self", New Eagle Series No. 580
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1917, 1929, 256 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19??, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 126 pp, bi-columnar text
• Street & Smith, New York, 1929?, 315 pp, as "The Great Awakening—Her Other Self", Adventure Library Series No. 110
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Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
Master of Men [nov]
UK title of "Enoch Strone" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 4, 1901, ff
• Methuen & Co., London, 1901, 1912, 1913, 1919, 256 pp
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902, as "Enoch Strone"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 293 pp, as "Enoch Strone—A Master of Men"; ill. J.W. Kennedy
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, abridged, in one volume with The Yellow House
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The Survivor [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, October 6, 1900, ff, as The Iron-Hearted City
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1901, 1904, 310 pp; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Brentano's Publishers, New York, 1901, 310 pp ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, ca 1901, 1913, 310 pp; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 123 pp, bi-columnar text
The Scrap Book, sl, Dec 1911-Jan 1912, parts 1 & 2
The Cavalier (formerly The Scrap Book), sl, Jan 6-Jan 13, 1912, parts 3 & 4
• Street & Smith Co., New York, 1914?, New Eagle Series No. 887, 311 pp, as "The Survivor, or A Queen of Women"
• Street & Smith Co., New York, 1928, Adventure Library Series No. 102, 311 pp, as "The Survivor, or A Queen of Women"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1930, 252 pp
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1902

A Journalist in Theos [nov]
Variant title of "The Traitors" (qv)
The Weekly Press, sl, Christchurch, New Zealand, Mar 27, 1902 ff
An Aristocratic Socialist [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1902, pp 196-204; ill. T. Walter Wilson, R.I.
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
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Enoch Strone [nov]
US title of "A Master of Men"
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902
• Methuen & Co., London, 1901, 1912, 1913, 1919, 256 pp, as "Master of Men"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 293 pp, as "Enoch Strone—A Master of Men"; ill. J.W. Kennedy
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with "The Yellow House"
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A Prince of Sinners [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 15, 1902, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1903, 1907, 1917, 318 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 127 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1907, 1911, 386 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1903, 386 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1903, 386 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, ca 1941, 256 pp
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A Sleeping Memory [nov]
US title of "The Great Awakening"
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902, 311 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 1917, 311 pp; ill. F.H. Townsend
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 1917, 1929, as "The Great Awakening"
• Street & Smith, New York, 1908, 1929?, as "The Great Awakening—Her Other Self"
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Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
The Traitors [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 24, 1902, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 1920, 1950?, 252 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 304 pp
The Weekly Press, sl, Christchurch, New Zealand, sl, Mar 27, 1902 ff, as "A Journalist in Theos"
• Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1903, 344 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1903, 344 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1916, 344 pp
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 344 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De verraders (The Traitors), tr. ?
• Premie uitgave van de Kath. Illustratie, De Spaarnestad Bibliotheek, ca. 1930
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 37, ca. 1930;
French:
Les Traîtres (The Traitors), tr. Frédéric de Cail
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Mar 16, 1909-May 10, 1910
Spanish:
Los traidores (The Traitors), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLVII, 1949, 236 pp


1903

A Commonplace Jest [ss]
The Sketch, London, Apr 22, 1903
The New York Daily Tribune, May 18-19, 1903
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Great Fortuna Mine [ss]
The London Harmsworth Magazine, v. 10, Jun 1903, pp 554-564
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
A Strange Conspiracy [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 17, 1903
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The Man Whom Nobody Liked [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1903, pp. 25-30; ill. R. Pannett
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
The Argosy (UK), Feb 1928
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
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The Hundredth Night [ss]
The Smart Set, Dec 1903 pp. 65-73
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Subjection of Louise [ss]
The Sketch, London, Dec 30, 1903
The Auburn Citizen, NY, Sep 18, 1909
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The Yellow Crayon [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 30, 1903, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1903, 1915, 8vo, 319 pp, ill.
• Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1903, 341 pp, ill.
• McKinlay, Stone and Mackenzie, New York, 1903, ca. 1920, pp 341 pp, ill.
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 191-?, 1935, 256 pp
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 341 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Popular 2s.6d. Novels series, No. 50, ca. 1920, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
French:
Le Crayon jaune, tr. Germaine Guillemot-Magitot
Excelsior, sl, Jul 27, 1938-Sep 28, 1939
Swedish:
Det hemliga sällskapet (The Secret Society), tr. Arnold Åkesson
• Bruna biblioteket, Stockholm, 1939
Anna the Adventuress [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 28, 1903, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1904, 320 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1904, 320 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1904, 320 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1918, 1926, 256 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1918, 1952, 8vo, 191 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Anna, de avonturierster (Annat the Adventuress), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1911
Estonian:
Seikleja Anna (Anna the Adventuress), tr. ?
• Kuldsulg, Tallinn, 1997
French:
Anna l'Aventureuse (Anna the Adventuress), tr. Ève Paul-Margueritte
• Papeteries Lafitte, Paris, 1909, 354 pp
• Éditions Cosmopolites, Paris, Collection du lecteur, No. 92, 1933, 250 pp
German:
Die Abenteuerin (The Adventuress), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 221 pp
• Ehrlich-Verlag, Berlin, Delta Kriminal-Romane, 1932, 188 pp


1904

We Three and Isobel [nov]
Original title of "The Master Mummer" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, October 15, 1904, ff
The Betrayal [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 7, 1904, ff
The Popular Magazine, sl, Jun-Dec 1904
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1904, 316 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1904, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1904, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1904, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 1919, 256 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 361, 1932, 128 pp
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Translations
French:
Chasse à l'homme (Manhunt), tr. Eve Paul-Margueritte
• Touche à tout, No. 11 & 12, Dec 1908
• Editions Pierre Laffitte, Paris, 1911
• Editions Tallandier, Les romans mystérieux, 1st series, 1912
Italian:
A tradimento (By Betrayal), tr. ?
• Compagnia Del Giallo, Gruppo Newton, Rome, Giallo economico classico, 1997, 1929 pp
The Master Mummer [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, October 15, 1904, ff, as "We Three and Isobel"
• A.L. Dent Co., New York, 1904, 1946, 309 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1904, 1905, 1907, 309 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1904, 1946, 309 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1905, 315 pp pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 259, 1930, 127 pp
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Translations
German:
Isobel und ihre Freunde (Isobel and Her Friends), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 8vo, 233 pp
German:
Mord? (Murder?), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring); reprint of Isobel und ihre Freunde under new title
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, Delta Kriminal-Romane, No. 3, 1932, 8vo, 187 pp
Portuguese:
Um grande génio (A Great Genius), tr. J.S. Paula Rosa
• Edições Europa, Lisbon, 1935?, 8vo, 260 pp
Spanish:
El peso de la corona (The Burden of the Crown), tr. Leoncio Sureda
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXII, 1952, 220 pp


1905

The Little Grey Lady [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Jan 1905; pp 286-292; ill. Arthur Allingham
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1908
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Two Ambassadors [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1905, pp 534-541; ill. John Cameron
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
A Maker of History [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 13, 1905, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1905, 1908, 1931, 251 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1918, 305 pp, ill. FredPegram
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1906, 305 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie,©1906, 305 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 305 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Café Montmartre, tr. Knut H. Rosenlöv
Dutch:
Een politiek complot (A Political Plot), tr. J.v.M.
• Romanbibliotheek 36, 1913
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, ca. 1926
The Malefactor [nov]
US title of "Mr. Wingrave, Millionaire"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 25, 1905, ff, as "Mr. Wingrave, Millionaire"
The Popular Magazine, sl, Mar-Aug 1906
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1907, 1915, 1917, 1918, 304 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1907, 304 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1907, 304 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De wraak van Wingrave (Wingrave's Revenge), tr. F.B. Rinck
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 2, Amsterdam, 1927
German:
Mr Wingrave, Millionär, tr. Frida von Holtzendorff
• Hilger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, Kürschners Bücherschatz, No. 984/985, 1914, 8vo, 208 pp
Mr. Wingrave, Millionaire [nov]
Original newspaper and UK title of "The Malefactor"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 25, 1905
The Popular Magazine, sl, Mar-Aug 1906, as "The Malefactor"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1906, 1918, 320 pp, ill. ?
• Queensland Braille Writing Association, Annerley, nd, 5 vols. of interpoint Braille
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Translations
Dutch:
De wraak van Wingrave (Wingrave's Revenge), tr. F.B. Rinck
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 2, Amsterdam, 1927
German:
Mr Wingrave, Millionär, tr. Frida von Holtzendorff
• Hilger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, Kürschners Bücherschatz, No. 984/985, 1914, 8vo, 208 pp


1906

The Tragedy of Adrea [nov]
Variant title of "A Monk of Cruta" (qv)
• J.S. Ogilvie, New York, 1906
The Hidden Army [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1906, pp. 688-694; ill. Cyrus Cuneo
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
One Must Suffer [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 19, 1906
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Jun 27, 1920
The Richmond Times Dispatch, Jun 12, 1921
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One Shall Be Taken [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 12, 1897
The Boston Daily Globe Sunday Magazine, Dec 16, 1906
The Buffalo Evening News, NY, Nov 28-Dec 1, 1922
The Argosy (UK), May 1928
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A Lost Leader [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 26, 1906, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1906, 8vo, 296 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1907, 296 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1906, 296 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1906, 319 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 319 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, 252 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
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The Secret [nov]
UK title of "The Great Secret"
The Weeekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 24, 1906, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 192-?, 317 pp, ill. A.T. Smith
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 1918, 1919, 1940, 1959, 8vo, 251 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Popular 2s/6d Novels, 1937, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
Chinese:
Yi ge wang hou de mi mi, tr. Wu Guangjian yi
• Hunan ren min chu ban she, Changsha, 1982, 281 pp
Ou kong bi bing lu, tr. Lin Shu, Wei Yi tong yi
• Beijing guo tu shu dian, Beijing, 2010, 183 pp
Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim (The Secret), tr. ?
• Romanbibliotheek No. 38, 1913
Een geheim (A Secret), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
Finnish:
Vakoojan salaisuus (The Spy's Secret), tr. O.A. Joutsen
• Gummerus, Jyväskylä, 1915, 257 pp
French:
Le Secret, tr. ?
• Excelsior, sl, Mar-May 23, 1914
German:
Das deutsche Gespenst in England (The German Ghost in England), tr. Fritz von Holtzendorff
• Hillger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, 256 pp
Italian:
Il documento segreto (The Secret Document), tr. ?
• Compagnia Del Giallo-Gruppo Newton, Rome, Giallo economico classico, 1997, 94 pp
Spanish:
El secreto (The Secret), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVI, 1953, 240 pp


1907

For the Queen [ss]
Gunter's Magazine, Aug 1907
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Noxious Gift [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1907
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Traske and the Bracelet [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1907, pp 67-73)
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
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The Atruscan Silver Mine [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1907, pp 140-145
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
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Berenice [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 1911, 264 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy and Howard Somerville
Ainslee's Magazine, Jan 1908
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, 303 pp, ill. Howard Somerville
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 291, 1912
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Translations
French:
Bérénice, suivi de : Pour la Reine (Berenice, followed by: For the Queen), tr. ?
• Papeterie Lafitte, Paris, 1909, 318 pp
Conspirators [nov]
UK title of "The Avenger" (qv)
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 320 pp, ill. Alec Ball
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1907, 320 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 191-?, 254 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 343, London, 19--?, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
Dutch:
Samenzweerders (Conspirators), tr. L.V.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 4, Amsterdam, 19??
The Missioner [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 16, 1907, ff
Pearson's Magazine (US), sl, Jul 1907-Feb 1908
• Brown, Little & Co., Boston, 1907, 1909, 312 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1907, 1909, 1913, 1917, 312 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1908, 320 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1908, 1919, 253 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1908, 320 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 191-?, 124 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, abridged version, 1938, 8vo, 127 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De idealist (The Idealist), tr. R.W. Lammers
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 11, Amsterdam, 1929


1908

The Great Awakening—Her Other Self
Variant title of "The Great Awakening" (qv)
• Street & Smith, New York, 1908, New Eagle Series No. 580, 315 pp,
The Defeat of Rundermere [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1908, 244-250
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Love Affair of Bella Delmain, Actress: An Idyll [ss]
The Bellman, Jan 11, 1908
The End of John Dykes—Burglar [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1908
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Woman Intervenes [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1908
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Regeneration of Jacobs [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, May 1908
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Making of Hambledon [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1908
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
At the End of the Journey [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jul 1908
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
His Last Quest [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Aug 1908
The Long Arm of Mannister, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
The Long Arm of Mannister, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Men Are Such Fools [ss]
Ainslee's Magazine, Sep 1908 and May 1926
The Money-Spider [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1908, pp. 483-490, ill. A.E. Jackson
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
John Garland the Deliverer [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1908, pp. 185-192; ill. A.J. Gough
Radio Digest, Dec 1930
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Avenger [nov]
US title of "Conspirators"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908, 1918, 297 pp, ill. Alec Ball
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Translations
Dutch:
Samenzweerders (Conspirators), tr. L.V.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 4, Amsterdam, 19??
The Distributors [nov]
as by Anthony Partridge, UK title of "Ghosts of Society" (qv)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1908
• McClure, New York, 1908, 354 pp, as "The Ghosts of Society"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 354 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 256 pp, as "The Plunderers"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1920, 126 pp, as "The Plunderers"
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Translations
German:
Der Klub der Ghosts (The Ghosts' Club), tr. Hans Hillebrand
• Arthur Cassirer Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 8vo, 245 pp
Spanish:
Malhechores de gran mundo (High Society Crooks), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XV, 1943, 221 pp
Swedish:
"Spökenas" klubb (The "Ghosts'" Club), tr. Ture Dahlin
• W. Hartelius, Göteborg, 1917, 8vo, 245 pp
Ghosts of Society [nov]
as by Anthony Partridge, US title of "The Distributors"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1908, 309 pp, as "The Distributors"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 256 pp, as "The Plunderers"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1920, 126 pp, as "The Plunderers"
RGL EPUB edition, 2014, as "The Distributors"
RGL HTML edition, 2014, as "The Distributors"
Translations
German:
Der Klub der Ghosts (The Ghosts' Club), tr. Hans Hillebrand
• Arthur Cassirer Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 8vo, 245 pp
Spanish:
Malhechores de gran mundo (High Society Crooks), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XV, 1943, 221 pp
Swedish:
"Spökenas" klubb (The "Ghosts'" Club), tr. Ture Dahlin
• W. Hartelius, Göteborg, 1917, 8vo, 245 pp
The Governors [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 16, 1908, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1908, 1911, 304 pp, ill. Will Grefé & Howard Somerville
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1908, 304 pp, ill. Will Grefé & Howard Somerville
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1909, 300 pp, ill. Will Grefé & Howard Somerville
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--?, 249 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 283, 19--?, 122 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Det stjaalne Dokument (The Stolen Document), tr. ?
• Copenhagen, Blaa Bog-Serie, 1933, 222 pp
Dutch:
Geldkoningen (Money Kings), tr. W.M.D. Spies-van der Linden
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 1, Amsterdam, 1930
• Boek- en Handelsdrukkerij Helmond, Speciaal-serie No. 7, 1935
German:
Finanzkönige (Kings of Finance), tr. Hans Barbeck
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 238 pp
• Payne-Verlag, Leipzig, 1938, 250 pp
Norwegian:
Virginia griper inn (Virginia Intervenes), tr. Peter Bendow
• Aschehoug, Oslo, 1933, 258 pp
The Great Secret [nov]
US title of "The Secret" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 24, 1906, ff, as "The Secret"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908 (©1907), 1919, 1922, 293 pp, ill. C.D. Williams
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1907, 293 pp, ill. C.D. Williams
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 293 pp, ill. C.D. Williams
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Translations
Chinese:
Yi ge wang hou de mi mi, tr. Wu Guangjian yi
• Hunan ren min chu ban she, Changsha, 1982, 281 pp
Ou kong bi bing lu, tr. Lin Shu, Wei Yi tong yi
• Beijing guo tu shu dian, Beijing, 2010, 183 pp
Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim (The Secret), tr. ?
• Romanbibliotheek No. 38, 1913
Een geheim (A Secret), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
Finnish:
Vakoojan salaisuus (The Spy's Secret), tr. O.A. Joutsen
• Gummerus, Jyväskylä, 1915, 257 pp
French:
Le Secret, tr. ?
• Excelsior, sl, Mar-May 23, 1914
German:
Das deutsche Gespenst in England (The German Ghost in England), tr. Fritz von Holtzendorff
• Hillger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, 256 pp
Italian:
Il documento segreto (The Secret Document), tr. ?
• Compagnia Del Giallo-Gruppo Newton, Rome, Giallo economico classico, 1997, 94 pp
Spanish:
El secreto (The Secret), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVI, 1953, 240 pp
Jeanne of the Marshes [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Oct 31, 1908, ff
Gunter's Magazine, sl, Jun-Oct 1909
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1909, 382 pp, ill. J.V. McFall and C.E. Brock
• A.L. Burt, New York, 1909, 382 pp, ill. C.E. Brock
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1909, 320 pp, ill. C.E. Brock
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 1911, 1912, 320 pp, ill. C.E. Brock
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 370, 1909, 128 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
Dutch:
Jeanne, tr. Elvé
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 33, Amsterdam, 1930
The Long Arm of Mannister [coll]
US title of "The Long Arm" (qv)
Contents
· The Noxious Gift (The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1907)
· Traske and the Bracelet (The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1907)
· The Atruscan Silver Mine (The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1907)
· The Defeat of Rundermere (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1908)
· The End of John Dykes—Burglar (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1908)
· A Woman Intervenes (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1908)
· The Regeneration of Jacobs (The Cosmopolitan, May 1908)
· The Making of Hambledon (The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1908)
· At the End of the Journey (The Cosmopolitan, Jul 1908)
· His Last Quest (The Cosmopolitan, Aug 1908)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908, 1917, 278 pp; ill. Frank Snapp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 318 pp, as "The Long Arm"
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Translations
Dutch:
Afrekening (Settling Accounts), tr. C.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1928
The Yellow House [nov]
US title of "As a Man Lives"
• C.H. Doscher, New York, 1908, 303 pp
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1908, 303 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with abridged version of "Master of Men"
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1909

False Gods [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1909, pp. 277-285; ill. A.D. McCormick, R.I.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Three Thieves [ss]
Cassell's Magazine, Mar 1909
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1909
Gunter's Magazine, Sep 1909
The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, Jun 18, 1938, as "A Lucky Theft"
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Ill-Laid Scheme of Mr. Ambrose Weare [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Apr 1909, pp. 380-387; ill. Wilmot Lunt
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Man Who Saved The President's Life [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Jun 19, 1909
The Windsor Magazine, May 1903, pp. 715-722; ill. Oscar Wilson
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Prince of Gamblers [ss]
The English Illustrated Magazine, Sep 1909
The Turning Wheel [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1909, pp. 356-365; ill. W.H. Margetson, R.I.
Radio Digest, May 1930
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Hour of Death [ss]
The Metropolitan Magazine, Jun 1909
Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1909
Pearson's Magazine (UK), Nov 1909
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, as "An Interrupted Supper Party"
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Underworld, Apr 1928
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "An Interrupted Supper Party"
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Nov 1909
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Sovereign in the Gutter [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1909, pp. 610-616; ill. A.E. Jackson
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US and UK), Dec 1909
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1956
The Saint Detective Magazine, (US) May 1955
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French;
Le Défi de Jane Shaw, tr. Jeanne Fournier-Pargoire
• Le Saint magazine, Nov 1956
Mr. Hardrow's Secretary [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1909, pp. 741-748; ill: A.E. Jackson
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Illustrious Prince [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 30, 1909, ff
The Cosmopolitan, sl, Nov 1909-Jul 1910
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• : McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1910, 323 pp
• Musson Book Co., Toronto, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
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Translations
Dutch:
De doorluchtige prins (The Illustrious Prince), tr. Angelica van Hest
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 13, Amsterdam, 1929
French:
Le Prince Maiyo (Prince Maiyo), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1935, 1948, 246 pp
German:
Der fremde Prinz (The Strange Prince), tr. Kamilla Rybiezka
• Verlag Bachem, Cologne, 1914, 287 pp
Russian:
Prints Mayo (Prince Maiyo), tr.
• Gramatu draugs, Riga, 1930, 168 pp
Spanish:
El huésped del castillo de Devenham (The Guest at Devenham Castle), tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. VII, 1943, 206 pp
The Kingdom of Earth [nov]
as by Anthony Partridge, US and variant UK title of "The Black Watcher"
The Cosmopolitan, sl, Nov 1907-Jun 1908
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1909, 329 pp; ill. A.B. Wenzell
• Musson Book Co., Toronto, 1909, 329 pp; ill. A.B. Wenzell
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1909, 329 pp; ill. A.B. Wenzell
• Mills & Boon, London, 1909, 316 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 1913, ca. 1919, 260 pp, as "The Black Watcher"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1928, 57 pp, as "The Black Watcher"; large pictorial paperback
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Translations
Dutch:
De stille toeschouwer (The Silent Watcher), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 27, Amsterdam, 1930
The Long Arm [coll]
UK title of "The Long Arm of Mannister"
Contents
· The Noxious Gift (The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1907)
· Traske and the Bracelet (The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1907)
· The Atruscan Silver Mine (The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1907)
· The Defeat of Rundermere (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1908)
· The End of John Dykes—Burglar (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1908)
· A Woman Intervenes (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1908)
· The Regeneration of Jacobs (The Cosmopolitan, May 1908)
· The Making of Hambledon (The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1908)
· At the End of the Journey (The Cosmopolitan, Jul 1908)
· His Last Quest (The Cosmopolitan, Aug 1908)
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 1914, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908, 278 pp; ill. Frank Snapp, as "The Long Arm of Mannister<"
• W. Briggs, Toronto, 1909, 318 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1933, 248 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Afrekening (Settling Accounts), tr. C.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1928


1910

The King's Spy [nov]
Variant title of "Havoc" (qv)
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 19. 1910, ff
The Strong Man Bound [nov]
Variant title of "The Golden Web" (qv)
The Star, sl, Christchurch, New Zealand, Dec 8, 1909-Jan 29, 1910
Delilah from Streatham [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US) Jan 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Little Lady from Servia [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Cloak and Dagger : A Treasury of 35 Great Espionage Stories, Avenel Books, New York, 1988
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Demand of the Double Four [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1910
Fiction Magazine, Jul 16, 1911
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Perfidy of Miss Brown [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Wonderful John Dory [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US) Jun 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Restless Traveller [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1910, pp. 643-649; ill. Dudley Hardy, R.I., R.B.A.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
One Luckless Hour [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1910, pp. 276-281; ill. Steven Spurrier
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
Quits [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1910, pp. 598-607; ill. S. Davis
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Deserter [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1910, pp. 729-737; ill. C.E. Brock, R.I.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Face at the Window [sl]
Gunter's Magazine, May-Jun 1910
• no record of book publication found
The Golden Web [nov]
as by Anthony Partridge, variant title "The Strong Man Bound"
The Star, Christchurch, New Zealand, sl, Dec 31, 1909 ff, as "The Strong Man Bound"
Ainslee's Magazine, sl, Jul-Dec 1910
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 339 pp, ill. William Kirkpatrick
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1911, 339 pp, ill. William Kirkpatrick
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1911, 339 pp, ill. William Kirkpatrick
The Washington Herald, sl, Apr 28, 1912 ff
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, 1918, 8vo, 244 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 1925, 8vo, 320 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Gouden ketenen (Golden Chains), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
German:
Das goldene Netz (The Golden Net), tr. Anna Drawe
• Georg Müller Verlag, Munich, 1929, 199 pp
Spanish:
Una vida en venta (A Life for Sale), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVII, 1946, 222 pp
Havoc [nov]
The Smart Set, sl, Sep 1910-May 1911
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 19. 1910, ff, as "The King's Spy"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1911, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1911, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 349 pp, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
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Translations
French:
Service du Roi, tr. ?
Le Journal, sl, Nov 29-Dec 30, 1914
The Lost Ambassador [nov]
US title of "The Missing Delora"
The Popular Magazine, sl, May 15-Aug 1, 1910
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 297 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1910, 297 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1910, 297 pp
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, ©1910, 297 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Skjulte Spor (Hidden Traces), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Copenhagen, 1924, 166 pp
French:
La Disparition de Delora, tr. Comtesse Egly de Fitte de Soucy
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Sep 5-Oct 28 1911
• La Renaissance du Livre, Paris, 1918
Spanish:
Delora el enigmático (Delora the Enigmatic), tr. Rosés Delclós
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVII, 1953, 238 pp
The Missing Delora [nov]
UK title of "The Lost Ambassador"
• Methuen & Co., London, 1910, 340 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1910, 1912, 1924, 1937, 264 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Skjulte Spor (Hidden Traces), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Copenhagen, 1924, 166 pp
French:
La Disparition de Delora, tr. Comtesse Egly de Fitte de Soucy
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Sep 5-Oct 28 1911
• La Renaissance du Livre, Paris, 1918
Spanish:
Delora el enigmático (Delora the Enigmatic), tr. Rosés Delclós
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVII, 1953, 238 pp
The New Tenant [nov]
Pirated version of "The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown"
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Oct 1, 1892, ff, as "A Woman's Blindness"
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1910, 286 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with "A Daughter of Astrea"
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Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van Bernard Brown (The Secret of Bernard Brown), tr. ?
• Geillustreerde Roman-bibliotheek No. IV, 1904
• A.W. Segboer's Uitg-Mij, 's-Gravenhage, 1924
French:
Un crime mystérieux (A Mysterious Crime), tr. Jeanne Heywood
• Ernest Flammarion, éditeur, Paris, 1911, 372 pp.
Diner d'anniversaire (The Anniversary Dinner), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1938, 244 pp
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1950, 255 pp
Passers-By [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• Musson Book Co., Toronto, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1911, 8vo, 304 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1911, 1924, 1927, 1930, 251 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1918, 8vo, 276 pp
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, 1918, 8vo, 276 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
Voorbijgangers (Passers-By), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
To Win the Love He Sought [nov]
US title of "The Daughter of the Marionis"
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1910, 310 pp
• Ward & Downey Co., London, 1895, 312 pp, as "The Daughter of the Marionis"
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, 384 pp; includes the short story "The Great Awakening" based on the 1902 novel of the same name
• Re-published in 1929 as a syndicated serial under the title "The Desperate Lover" (qv)
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RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
Spanish:
El juramento (The Oath), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLV, 1949, 218 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1964, 56 pp (abridgment)


1911

The Double Four Recalls Mr. Peter Ruff [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911, as "The Desire of Madame"
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, as "Recalled By The Double-Four"
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Desire of Madame"
Recalled By The Double-Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff"
The Ambassador's Wife [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Man from the Old Testament [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Aug 1958
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Mar 1959
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
L'Homme de l'Ancien Testament, tr. Gilberte Marchegay
• Le Saint magazine, Jan 1960
The First Shot [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Seven Suppers of Andrea Korust [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Mission of Major Kosuth [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, as "Major Kosuth's Mission"
The Saint Mystery Magazine (US), Dec 1958
The Saint Detective Magazine (Australia), Jun 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Aug-Sep 1959
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Major Kosuth's Mission"
Translations
French:
La Mission du Major Kosuth, tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1960
The Outcast [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1911, pp. 711-719; ill. Dudley Hardy, R.I.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Perfidy of Henry Midgley [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1911, pp 82-89; ill. W.R.S. Stott
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Man Behind the Curtain [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Blows the Wind [ss]
Fiction Magazine, Jul 9, 1911
The Ghosts of Havana Harbour [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Aug 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Jan 1954
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Feb 1955
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
As Far as They Had Got [ss]
A "round-robin" story"
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1911, pp. 188-197; ill. René Hull; co-authors: W. Pett Ridge, Arthur Morrison, Horace Annesley Vachell, Barry Pain, Charles Garvice, and Richard Marsh
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Affair of an Alien Society [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Sep 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911, as "An Alien Society"
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Thirteenth Encounter [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Falling Star [nov]
UK title of "The Moving Finger"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1911, 300 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 259 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Moving Finger"
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RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "The Moving Finger"
The Lighted Way [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 25, 1911, ff
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Jan 6-Mar 9, 1912
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 8vo, 315 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
• McClelland & Goodchild Ltd., Toronto, 1912, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
• Thomas Nelson & Sons, Paris, Nelson's Continental Library, No. 21, 1915, 1917, 1920, 378 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912, 192-?, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
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Translations
Dutch:
Mysterie (Mystery), tr. Ada van Arkel
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
Spanish:
La sortija escarlata (The Scarlet Ring), tr. J. Tejero Corretcher
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXI, 1944, 223 pp
The Moving Finger [nov]
US title of "The Falling Star"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 301 pp
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1912

An Interrupted Supper Party [ss]
Variant title of "Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff," used in:
Peter Ruff, 1912
Major Kosuth's Mission [ss]
Variant title of "The Mission of Major Kosuth," used in:
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1920
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
La Mission du Major Kosuth, tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1960
The Quarry on Old John Hill [ss]
Variant title of "The Ghost of Old John Hill", used in:
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, nd (ca. 1915)
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Recalled by the Double Four [ss]
Variant title of "The Double Four Recalls Mr. Peter Ruff", used in:
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1920
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Peculiar Gifts of Mr. John T. Laxworthy [ser]
Main magazine title of the John T. Laxworthy series, used in:
The Popular Magazine, May 15-Nov 1, 1912
The Remarkable Exploits of Grace Burton and Stephen Pryde [ser]
Variant title of the Grace Burton and Stephen Pryde series, used in:
The Cosmopolitan, 1912-1913
An Autumn Holiday [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
By Luck and a Trick [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Culbone Tower [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2015
Doomed Shagshaft of Shagshaft [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
E Tenebris Lux [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
In an Oxfordshire Lane [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Lady Price's Companion [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Lenore [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Missing Will [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
My Literary Executorship [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Prince Albert's Card Debts [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Sir Geoffrey's Guest [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Something in a Name [ss]
The Whitehall Review, Christmas, 1887
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Sprig of Heather [ss]
The English Illustrated Magazine, May 1896, pp 167-175
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Their Prison-House [ss]
The English Illustrated Magazine, May 1899
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Thirtieth of August [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Those Other Days [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Voice from the Hidden World [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
The Syracuse Herald, NY, May 16, 1920
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Who Is Miss Barton? [ss]
The Whitehall Review, Christmas, 1887
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Girl from Manchester [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1912, pp. 308-320; ill. W.R.S. Stott
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Secret of the "Magnifique" [ss]
The Popular Magazine, May 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Dec 28, 1913
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Tragedy at the Flower Farm [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Jun 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Jan 4, 1914, as "A Matter of a Thousand Pounds"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Rachael, the Woman of Death [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Jun 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "The House of the Woman of Death"
The Sun, New York, Jan 11, 1914, as "The First Adventures at the Villa de Cap Frinet"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Adventure at the Villa de Cap Frinet [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Jul 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "The Strange Meeting at the Villa de Cap Frinet"
The Sun, New York, Jan 18, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Vagaries of the Prince of Liguria [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Jul 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Jan 25, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Last of Stephen Lenfield [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Aug 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "Mystery House"
The Sun, New York, Feb 1, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Flowers of Death [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Aug 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Feb 8, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Fleur de Mort, tr. Denise Baye
• Le Saint magazine, Jul 1967
The Deserted Hotel [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Sep 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Feb 15, 1914, as "At the Deserted Hotel"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Experiment of Stephen Glask, Ironmonger [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1912, pp. 342-349; ill. A.C. Michael
Radio Digest, Jul 1930
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Stetson Affair [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Sep 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "The Case of Mr. and Mrs. Stetson"
The Sun, New York, Feb 22, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mr. Greenlaw's Forty Thousand Pounds [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Oct 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Mar 1, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
In the Service of the Queen [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1912
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931, as "Pryde's First Commission"
The Disappearance of Mr. Colshaw [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Oct 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Mar 8, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Debt Collector [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Nov 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Mar 15, 1914, as "Mr. Wardley Pays Debt—and Penalty"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Human Four [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1912
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Eternal Weakness [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1912
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Great Awakening [ss]
[derived from the homonymous 1902 novel]
To Win the Love He Sought, P. F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912
To Win the Love He Sought, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Black Watcher [nov]
UK title of "The Kingdom of Earth"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 1913, ca. 1919, 260 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1928, 57 pp; large pictorial paperback
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Kingdom of Earth"
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Translations
Dutch:
De stille toeschouwer (The Silent Watcher), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 27, Amsterdam, 1930
The Court of St. Simon [nov]
as by Anthony Partridge]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 340 pp, ill. F. Vaux Williams
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, Lloyds 1/6 net novels, 1918, 1919, 244 pp, as "Seeing Life"
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For the Queen [coll]
Contents
· For the Queen (Gunter's Magazine, Aug 1907)
· The Ambassador's Dilemma* (The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1900)
· The Man Whom Nobody Liked* (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1903)
· The Man Who Saved The President's Life* (The Windsor Magazine, May 1903)
· In an Oxfordshire Lane (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Hidden Army* (The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1906)
· Sir Geoffrey's Guest (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· A Sprig Of Heather (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Lady Price's Companion* (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Tragedy of a Night (The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1902)
· Mr. Ashley's Failure* (The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1901)
· Two Gamblers (The Windsor Magazine, May 1901)
· Lenore* (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· My First Diplomatic Mission (The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1901)
· Something in a Name (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
The asterisked stories were not included in the Odham's press edition
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, 320 pp
• Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912, 192 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 320 pp
• London Mail, 1917, 192 pp
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Translations
French:
Pour la Reine, tr. ?
• Éditions Pierre Lafitte, 1912
Master of Men [nov]
Abridged version of the homonymous 1901 novel (aka "Enoch Strone")
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with "The Yellow House"
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The Mischief Maker [nov]
Cassell's Saturday Journal, sl, 1912 (one installment was published on May 18, 1912; the publication dates of the other installments could not be ascertained)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1913, 332 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
• McClelland & Goodchild, Toronto, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
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Peter Ruff [coll]
Contents
· An Interrupted Supper Party (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1909, as "Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff")
· The Mystery of Job Masters (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent (Pearson's Magazine (US), Nov 1909)
· The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw (Pearson's Magazine (US), Dec 1909)
· Delilah from Streatham (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1910)
· The Little Lady from Servia
· The Demand of the Double-Four (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911)
· Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910)
· The Perfidy of Miss Brown (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910)
· Wonderful John Dory (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1910)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 247 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Peter Ruff, De koning der detectives (Peter Ruff, the King of Detectives, tr. C.C. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 23 Amsterdam, 1930
Swedish:
Peter Ruff's äventyr (Peter Ruff's Adventures), tr. ?
• W. Hartelius' Bokhandel, Göteborg, 1917, 267 pp
Peter Ruff and the Double Four [coll]
US title; includes stories from "The Double Four" and "Peter Ruff")
Contents
Book 1
· Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1909)
· A New Career (printed as "The Mystery of Job Masters" in Peter Ruff
· Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent (Pearson's Magazine, US, Nov 1909)
· The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw (Pearson's Magazine (US), Dec 1909)
· Delilah from Streatham (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1910)
· The Little Lady from Servia
· The Demand of the Double-Four (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1910)
· Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910)
· The Perfidy of Miss Brown (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910)
· Wonderful John Dory (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1910)
· The Mystery of Job Masters
Book 2
· Prince Albert's Card Debts (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Ambassador's Wife (Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1911)
· The Man from the Old Testament (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911)
· The First Shot (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1911)
· The Seven Suppers of Andrea Korust (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1911)
· The Mission of Major Kosuth (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1911, as "Major Kosuth's Mission")
· The Man Behind the Curtain (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1911)
· The Ghosts of Havana Harbour (Pearson's Magazine (US), Aug 1911)
· The Affair of An Alien Society (Pearson's Magazine (US), Sep 1911)
· The Thirteenth Encounter (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1911)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1920, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
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The Tempting of Tavernake [nov]
US title of "The Temptation of Tavernake"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 359 pp; ill. Edmund Frederick
• McClelland & Goodchild Ltd., Toronto, 1912, 359 pp; ill. Edmund Frederick
• A.L. Burt, Co., New York, 1912, 359 pp; ill. Edmund Frederick
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Translations
Dutch:
De verzoeking (The Temptation), tr. C.C. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 31, Amsterdam, 1931
Spanish:
La tentación de Tavernake (The Temptation of Tavernake), tr. Eduardo S. Bonet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LII, 1950, 238 pp
Those Other Days [coll]
Contents
· Those Other Days (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Doomed Shagshaft of Shagshaft (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· By Luck and a Trick (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Culbone Tower (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Thirtieth of August (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Who Is Miss Barton? (The Whitehall Review, Christmas, 1887)
· My Dreadful Secret (The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1901)
· An Unlucky Rehearsal (The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1901)
· The Missing Will (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· A Mad Christmas (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1900)
· E Tenebris Lux (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· An Autumn Holiday (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Darton's Successor (The Sketch, London, Apr 8, 1896)
· My Literary Executorship (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Their Prison-House (The English Illustrated Magazine, May 1899)
· A Voice from the Hidden World (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Quarry of Old John Hill (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1901, as "The Ghost of Old John Hill")
· An Aristocratic Socialist (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1902)
· A Shocking Mésalliance (The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1901)
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 8vo, 320 pp
• Odhams, London, 191-, 190 pp
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1913

The Case of Mr. and Mrs. Stetson [ss]
Variant title of The Stetson Affair, used in:
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1931
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The House of the Woman of Death [ss]
Variant title of Rachael, the Woman of Death, used in:
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1931
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mystery House [ss]
Variant title of The Last of Stephen Lenfield, used in:
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1931
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Prince Who Ran Away [ss]
Variant title of The Conversion of Mr. Francis, used in:
Nash's Magazine, May 1913
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Strange Meeting at the Villa de Cap Frinet [ss]
Variant title of The Adventure at the Villa de Cap Frinet, used in:
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1931
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Tragedy of Charlecot Mansions [ss] (a Grace Burton & Stephen Pryde story)
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1913
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The House of Rest [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1913
Nash's Magazine, Apr 1913, pp 15-29, ill. John Alonzo
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Conversion of Mr. Francis [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1913
Nash's Magazine, May 1913, as "The Prince Who Ran Away"
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Indiscretion of Lord Tamworth [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Apr 1913
Nash's Magazine, Jun 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Man Who Disappeared [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, May 1913
Nash's Magazine, Jul 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Tragedy at No. 16, Hendon St. [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Jun 1913
Nash's Magazine, Aug 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The French Cipher Case [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Jul 1913
Nash's Magazine, Sep 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Miss de Hagon, Spy [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Aug 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, as "The Amazing Affair of Miss de Hagon and the Austrian Envoy"
The Road to Liberty [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1913
Radio Digest, Sep 1930
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
Where is John Grinen? [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Sep 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, as "The Remarkable Disappearance of John Grinen"
The Man at Stephano's [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Coup in the Gambling Den [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 29, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Cullen Gives Advice [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 6, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Wooing of Eve [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 13, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mr. Samuelson [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 20, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Party at the Milan [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 27, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Rescue of Warren Tyrrwell [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Dec 1913
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Double Life of Mr. Alfred Burton [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 322 pp, ill. Gustavus C. Widney
• McClelland & Goodchilde, Toronto, 1913, 322 pp, ill. Gustavus C. Widney
• Methuen & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1916, 1928, 1934, 312 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het dubbel-leven van mijnheer Alfred Burton (The Double Life of Mr. Alfred Burton), tr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
Spanish:
El hombre de dos almas (The Man with Two Souls), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXX, 1947, 223 pp
The King's Cup [a play in four acts, co-written with Herbert Dennis Bradley]
• Samuel French, Inc., London, French's Acting Editions, No. 2434, 1913, 82 pp
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures [coll]
Contents
· The Secret of the "Magnifique" (The Popular Magazine, May 15, 1912)
· The Tragedy at the Flower Farm (The Popular Magazine, Jun 1, 1912)
· The House of the Woman of Death (The Popular Magazine, Jun 15, 1912, as "Rachael, the Woman of Death")
· The Strange Meeting at the Villa de Cap Frinet (The Popular Magazine, Jul 1, 1912, as "The Adventure at the Villa de Cap Frinet")
· The Vagaries of the Prince of Liguria (The Popular Magazine, Jul 15, 1912)
· Mystery House (The Popular Magazine, Aug 1, 1912, as "The Last of Stephen Lenfield")
· The Flowers of Death (The Popular Magazine, Aug 15, 1912
· The Deserted Hotel (The Popular Magazine, Sep 1, 1912)
· The Case of Mr. and Mrs. Stetson (The Popular Magazine, Sep 15, 1912, as "The Stetson Affair")
· Mr. Greenlaw's Forty Thousand Pounds (The Popular Magazine, Oct 1, 1912)
· The Disappearance of Mr. Colshaw (The Popular Magazine, Oct 15, 1912)
· Mr. Laxworthy, Debt Collector (The Popular Magazine, Nov 1, 1912)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 312 pp, coloured fp. by Cyrus Cuneo
• Cassell & Co., London, 1915, 8vo, 128 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 242 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1926, 1934, 305 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1931, 316 pp
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
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Translations
Dutch:
De avonturen van den heer Laxworthy (Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures), tr. ?
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam; Arrow Series, date not ascertained
French;
Les Petits Talents de Mr Laxworthy, tr. Louis Labat
• L'Oeuvre, sl, Sep 19-Oct 24, 1921
The Temptation of Tavernake [nov]
UK title of "The Tempting of Tavernake"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1913, 8vo, 312 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De verzoeking (The Temptation), tr. C.C. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 31, Amsterdam, 1931
Spanish:
La tentación de Tavernake (The Temptation of Tavernake), tr. Eduardo S. Bonet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LII, 1950, 238 pp


1914

The Survivor, or A Queen of Women [nov]
Variant title of "The Survivor"
• Street & Smith Co., New York, 1914 and 1928
The Adventure of the Villa de Cap Frinet [ss]
Variant title of The Adventure at the Villa de Cap Frinet, used in:
The Sun, New York, Jan 18, 1914
An Alien Society [ss]
Variant title of The Affair of an Alien Society, used in:
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1919, 1926, 1956
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
At the Deserted Hotel [ss]
Variant title of The Deserted Hotel, used in:
The Sun, New York, Feb 15, 1914
The Desire of Madame [ss]
Variant title of The Double Four Recalls Mr. Peter Ruff, used in:
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1919, 1926, 1956
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The First Adventures at the Villa de Cap Frinet [ss]
Variant title of "Rachael, the Woman of Death," used in:
The Sun, New York, Jan 11, 1914
A Matter of a Thousand Pounds [ss]
Variant title of The Tragedy at the Flower Farm, used in:
The Sun, New York, Jan 4, 1914
Pryde's First Commission [ss]
Variant title of "In the Service of the Queen," used in:
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
Mr. Wardley Pays Debt—and Penalty [ss]
Variant title of "The Debt Collector," used in:
The Sun, New York, Mar 15, 1914
Back in Bermondsey [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Girls of London [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
A Holiday by the Sea [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Marvellous Escape of Mr. Haslem [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Mysterious Idol [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Mysterious Rescue at Dover [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Mystery of the Café Suprème [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
A New Departure [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Simple Life in Bermondsey [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Unpublished Tragedy of Mrs. Delamoir [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Princess Pays [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
One of Us [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 3, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
At the Alhambra [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 10, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Exposure [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 17, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Broken Partnership [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 24, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Other Side of the Wall [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Feb 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Murder of William Blessing [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Mar 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
Miss de Hagon's Information [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Nash's Magazine, Apr 1914
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Apr 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Spider's Parlor (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, May 1914
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Silent People [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Jun 1914
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Glen Terrace Tragedy [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Jul 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
A Lesson to Mr. Cutts [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1914, pp. 212-219; ill. Tom Peddie
The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1914
Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1929, pp. 614-620, as "A Lesson to Lionel Cutts"
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Unhappy Lady [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Nash's Magazine, Aug 1914
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Avenger [ss]
The American Woman, Nov 1914
Mr. Bundercombe's Wink [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
The Argosy (UK), May 1933
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Amazing Partnership [coll]
This collection is a make-over of ten stories featuring Stanley Brooke, Grace Burton and Stephen Pryde originally published in The Cosmopolitan and Munsey's Magazine. For book publication Oppenheim split nine of the ten into a total of 18 individually titled stories. Four of the original ten were Stanley Brooke stories. Oppenheim changed the names of most of the characters for publication in The Amazing Partnership. Thanks for providing the following tabular overview of the stories' publication history go to Endre Zsoltos, whose bibliographic research brought this information to light.
 
1. In the Service of the Queen, The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1912
    Collected as: "Pryde's First Commission" and "The Mysterious Rescue at Dover"
2. The Human Four, The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1912
    Collected as: "The Mysterious Idol" and "The Human Four"
3. The Glen Terrace Tragedy, Munsey's, Jul 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Unpublished Tragedy of Mrs. Delamoir"
4. The Eternal Weakness, The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1912
    Collected as: "A New Departure" and "The Eternal Weakness"
5. The Silent People, Munsey's, Jun 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Silent People" and "Back in Bermondsey
6. The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy, Munsey's , Apr 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy" and "The Mystery of the Café Suprême"
7. The Spider's Parlor, Munsey's, May 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Spider's Parlour" and "The Marvellous Escape of Mr. Haslem"
8. The Tragedy at Charlecot Mansions, The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1913
    Collected as: "The Girls of London" and "The Tragedy at Charlecot Mansions"
9. The House of Rest, The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1913
    Collected as: "A Holiday by the Sea" and "The House of Rest"
10. The Conversion of Mr. Francis, The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1913
    Collected as: "The Simple Life in Bermondsey" and "The Prince Who Ran Away"
• Cassell & Co., London, Feb 1914, 8vo, 212 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 309
• Cassell & Co., London, cheap edition, 1931, 316 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Vreemde compagnons (Strange Partners), tr. C.C. Bender
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 12, Amsterdam, 1929
German:
Die Abenteuer der Zwei (The Adventures of the Two), tr. A.F. v. Bringen
• Georg Müller Verlag, Munich, 1927, 1928, 8vo, 233 pp
The Curious Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss [sl]
All-Story Cavalier Weekly, Oct 3-Nov 7, 1914
The Pathfinder, Jan 22-May 20, 1916
Published in book form as:
The Curious Quest
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919
The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922
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Translations
Dutch:
Rijk en geen geld (Rich Without Money), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Amstelbibliotheek, 1923, 1924 and 1925
• Jacob van Campen, Amsterdam, ca. 1927, 1937, 1946 and 1949
Esperanto:
Riĉa kaj sen mono (Rich Without Money), tr. Fred. E. Wadham
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, ca. 1930, 222 pp
French:
Les Aventures de Richard Bliss, tr. ?
• L'Intransigeant, sl, Jul 28-Sep 28, 1927
Les tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938, 255 pp
German:
Millionär ohne Geld, tr.
• E. Keils Nachfolger (A. Scherl), Leipzig, 1926, 154 pp
Spanish:
Una apuesta original (An Unusual Wager), tr. Fernando Girbal
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IV, 1942, 259 pp
A Daughter of the Stars [sl]
The National Magazine, Mar-Jun 1914
No record of book publication found
The Double Four [coll]
Contents
· The Desire of Madame (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1911, as "The Double Four Recalls Mr. Peter Ruff")
· The Ambassador's Wife (Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1911)
· The Man from the Old Testament (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911)
· The First Shot (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1911)
· The Seven Suppers of Andrea Korust (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1911)
· The Mission of Major Kosuth (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1911, as Major Kosuth's Mission
· The Ghosts of Havana Harbour (Pearson's Magazine (US), Aug 1911)
· An Alien Society (Pearson's Magazine (US), Sep 1911, as "The Affair of an Alien Society")
· The Man Behind the Curtain (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1911)
· The Thirteenth Encounter (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1911)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 8vo, 128 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1919, 224 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, Popular Edition, 1926, 305 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1956, 8vo, 255 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het geheime genootschap (The Secret Society), tr. R.W. Lammers
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 10, Amsterdam, 1929
Missing [sl]
The Popular Magazine, May 15-Jul 1, 1914
No record of book publication found
Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Oct 17-Dec 26, 1914
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1915, 379 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1915, 379 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, ©1915, 1920, 379 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• Éditions Louis Conard, Paris, Standard collection of British and American authors, No. 35, 1916
• Methuen & Co., London, 1915, 1918, 305 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, cheap edition, 1917, 1924, 1930, 1932, 256 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, Methuen's Sixpennies, No. 2, 1939, 252 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Mr. Grex i Monte Carlo, tr. Ingeborg Lollesgaard
• Gyldendal, Copenhagen, Gyldendals 1 Krones Bøger, No. 16., 1918, 238 pp
Dutch:
Mr. Grex van Monte Carlo, tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
Spanish:
Doble luna de miel (Double Honeymoon), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. L, 1950, 238 pp
Swedish:
Mr. Grex från Monte Carlo (Mr. Grex from Monte Carlo), tr. ?
• Åhlén & Åkerlund, 1919, 312 pp
A People's Man [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1914, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• McClelland & Goodchild, Toronto, 1914, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1914, 1918, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1914, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• Methuen & Co., London, 1914, 1915, 8vo, 343 pp
• Thomas Nelson & Sons, Paris, Nelson's Continental Library, No. 10, ca. 1914, 383 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1917, 1918, 1926, 1935, 256 pp
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The Vanished Messenger [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1914, 1915, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1914, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1914, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1914, 1920, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• Methuen & Co., London, 1914, 1916, 307 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1918, 1930, 1936, 256 pp
• Amereon Ltd., Mattituck, NY, 1987
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Translations
Danish:
Det forsvundne Sendebud (The Vanished Messenger), tr. Margrethe Black
• Gyldendal, Copenhagen, 1918, 200 pp pp
Dutch:
De verdwenen koerier (The Vanished Courier), tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
French:
La Lumière Fentolin (The Fentolin Light), tr. Marie de Quercy
L'Echo de Paris, sl, Feb 15-Apr 26, 1918
Italian:
Il corriere scomparso (The Vanished Messenger), tr. ?
• Compagnia del Giallo—Gruppo Newton, Giallo Economico Classico series No. 88, 1995, 129 pp
Portuguese:
A tôrre (The Tower), tr. José Maria Machado
• Clube do Livro, São Paulo, 1963, 143 pp
Spanish:
Mensajero secuestrado (The Kidnapped Messenger), tr. Antonio García Fresca
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXVII, 1948, 221 pp
The Way of These Women [nov]
• Methuen & Co., London, 1914, 316 pp
Sunday Magazine (syndicated newspaper supplement, Morgan Wallace), sl, Jan 3, 1915 ff, ill. Frank Snapp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1915, 357 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1915, 357 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1915, 357 pp; ill. C.H. Taffs
• Methuen & Co., London, 1917, 256 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Een liefdesintrige (An Intrigue of Love), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
• Fiat-Maskerserie No. 2, 1945
German:
Die Liebe einer Frau (A Woman's Love), tr. Auguste Flesch von Bringen
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, 1929, 256 pp


1915

The Affair of the Santa Mona Spring [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Feb 1915
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
Mr. Bundercombe's Love Affair [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Curious Disappearance of Mr. James Westthrop [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Jun 1915
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Deliverance of Mrs. Kinsey [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Nov 1915, as "They Rescue a Lady"
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Emancipation of Louis [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Injured Husband [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Apr 1915
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
Lord Porthoning's Lesson [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Shorn Lamb [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Tortoiseshell Princess [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Aug 1915
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
An Amiable Charlatan [coll]
US title of "The Game of Liberty"
Contents
· The Man at Stephano's (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
· The Coup in the Gambling Den (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 29, 1913
· Cullen Gives Advice (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 6, 1913
· The Wooing of Eve (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 13, 1913
· Mr. Samuelson (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 20, 1913
· The Party at the Milan (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 27, 1913
· One of Us (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 3, 1914
· At the Alhambra (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 10, 1914
· The Exposure (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 17, 1914
· A Broken Partnership (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 24, 1914
· Mr. Bundercombe's Wink (The Argosy, UK, May 1933)
· The Emancipation Of Louis (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Shorn Lamb (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Mr. Bundercombe's Love Affair (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Lord Porthoning's Lesson (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1915 (as "The Game Of Liberty"), 311 pp; fp. Cyrus Cuneo
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916, 302 pp; ill. Will Grefé
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1916, 302 pp; ill. Will Grefé
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RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
Joseph H. Parker, Avonturier (Joseph H. Parker, Adenturer), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
German:/dd>
Spiel um Freiheit (The Game of Liberty), tr. Auguste Flesch von Bringen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 8vo, 220 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Munich, Goldmanns Taschen- Krimi, No. 58, 182 pp
The Black Box [nov]
The Atlanta Constitution, sl, mm dd-mm dd, 1915 • Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1915, 334 pp, ill. with scenes from film made by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 1919, 248 pp
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Translations
Finnish:
Musta lipas (The Black Box), tr. Yrjö Lyytikäinen
• Minerva, Helsinki, 1929, 260 pp
The Double Traitor [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Mar 20-May 22, 1915
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1915, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1915, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1915, 1920, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1915, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• Hodder & Stoughton: London, 1918, 1936, 8vo, 318 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton: London, 19--? 243 pp
• The World Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Tower Book Edition, 1943, 1944, 8vo, 308 pp
• G.K. Hall & Co, Thorndike, Maine, 2000
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Translations
Dutch:
De dubbele verrader (The Double Traitor), tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
French:<(dd>
Le Double Traître (The Double Traitor), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1915
Le Double Traître (The Double Traitor), tr. Jean Marty
• Éditions du Monde illustré, Mar 1916
Les Tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938
The Game of Liberty [coll]
UK title of "The Amiable Charlatan"
• Cassell & Co., London, 1915
The Argosy (UK), May 1930
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Translations
Dutch:
Joseph H. Parker, Avonturier (Joseph H. Parker, Adenturer), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
German:/dd>
Spiel um Freiheit (The Game of Liberty), tr. Auguste Flesch von Bringen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 8vo, 220 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Munich, Goldmanns Taschen- Krimi, No. 58, 182 pp
The Hillman [nov]
Munsey's Magazine, July 1915, pp. 312-416
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1917, 328 pp, ill. George Avison
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1917, 328 pp, ill. George Avison
• McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart, Toronto, 1917, 328 pp, ill. George Avison
• Methuen & Co., London, 1917, 8vo, 316 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1919, 1933, 253 pp
• Éditions Louis Conard, Paris, 1920
• Methuen & Co., London, Methuen's Sixpennies, No. 21, 1941, 190 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De vrouwenhater (The Misogynist), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 21, Amsterdam, 1929
Spanish:
El hombre de un solo amor (The Man Who Loved But Once), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIII, 1947, 240 pp


1916

The Plunderers [nov]
variant title of Ghosts of Society aka The Distributors, used by Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916 and 1920
The Inverted Message [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Yellow Disk [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Siren Voice [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Jan 1916
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Last Quest [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Mar 1916
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
And Mr. Baggs Was Only Twenty-Three! [ss]
The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1916
The Ebony Dispatch Box [ss]
The Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Nov 19, 1916
The Kingdom of the Blind [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916, 1918, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1916, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1916, 1918, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
The American Sunday Monthly Magazine, San Fransico, sl, August 13, 1916 ff
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 1920, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 305 pp
• Éditions Louis Conard, Paris, 1918, 284 pp
• Frank Cass, Portland, Oregon, Classics of Espionage, 1997
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Translations
Dutch:
De landverrader (The Traitors), tr. J.M. Merkus Makkink
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 26, 1930
Mysteries of the Riviera [coll]
Contents
· The Affair of the Santa Mona Spring (The Blue Book Magazine, Feb 1915)
· The Injured Husband (The Blue Book Magazine, Apr 1915)
· The Curious Disappearance of Mr. James Westthrop (The Blue Book Magazine, Jun 1915)
· The Siren Voice, Part 1 (The Blue Book Magazine, Jan 1916)
· The Siren Voice, Part 2 (The Blue Book Magazine, Jan 1916)
· The Tortoiseshell Princess (The Blue Book Magazine, Aug 1915)
· The Deliverance of Mrs. Kinsey The Blue Book Magazine, Nov 1915, as "They Rescue a Lady"
· The Yellow Disk (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Inverted Message (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Last Quest (The Blue Book Magazine, Mar 1916)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 247 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1926, 1927, 305 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1932, cheap edition, 252 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1956, 254 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Geheimzinnigheden aan de Riviera (Mysteries on the Riviera), tr. E.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 19, 1929
Misdaad aan de Riviera (Crime on the Riviera), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1933, 224 pp
Spanish:
Misterios de la Riviera, tr. Francisco Salmerón
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLIX, 1950, 219 pp
Swedish:
Riviera-mysterier (Riviera Mysteries), tr. Emilie Kullman
• Dahlberg, Stockholm, 1918, 223 pp


1917

What the Poilu Thought [art]
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, Jan 28, 1917
The Bride's Necklace [ss]
The Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Feb 4, 1917
The Sad-Faced Hermit [ss]
The Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Sep 30, 1917
The Cunning of Harvey Grimm [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Cinema Murder [nov]
US title of "The Other Romilly"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1917, 309 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1917, 309 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1917, 309 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Echo Library, Teddington, Middlesex, UK, 2006, 162 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
De andere (The Other), tr. E.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 17, Amsterdam, 1929
Spanish:
Philip Romilly, tr. Ana María Lloret
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXV, 1953, 218 pp


1918

Seeing Life [nov]
Variant title of "The Court of St. Simon," used by Lloyds Publishing Co., London, 1918 and 1919
Poetry by Compulsion [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
An Alliance of Thieves [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Ulysses of Wapping [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, May 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Mysterious Assistant [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jun 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Paul Brodie Strikes [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Infidelity of Jack Lovejoy [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Yellow Eye [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Vengeance of Rosa Letchowiski [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The End of Jeremiah Sands [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Mr. Lessingham Goes Home [nov]
UK title of "The Zeppelin's Passenger"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 253 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 8vo, 1918, 1919, 314 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Zeppelin's Passenger"
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Translations
Italian:
Non scherziamo con l'amore! (Don't Joke with Love), tr. Maria Banti
• Salani Editore, Florence, Italy, 1975, 249 pp
Norwegian:
Zeppelin Passageren, tr. Gertrud Rung
• Aarhus, Kristiana, 1921, 184 pp
Spanish:
Secreto heroico (Heroic Secret), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLII, 1949, 213 pp
The Other Romilly [nov]
UK title of "The Cinema Murder"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 8vo, 312 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Cinema Murder"
RGL EPUB edition, 2012, as "The Cinema Murder"
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Translations
Dutch:
De andere (The Other), tr. E.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 17, Amsterdam, 1929
Spanish:
Philip Romilly, tr. Ana María Lloret
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXV, 1953, 218 pp
The Pawns Count [nov]
Hearst's Magazine, May 1918, ill. Armand Both
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 1919, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1918, 316 pp, fp. by G. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1918, 1920, 315 pp
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1918, 315 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1920, 128 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Bag kulisserne (Behind the Scenes), tr. Margrethe Black
• Berl, Copenhagen, 1920, 250 pp
The Zeppelin's Passenger [nov]
US title of "Mr. Lessingham Goes Home"
McCall's Magazine, sl, May-Aug 1918
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• McCelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Review of Reviews Corp., 1920? (©1918), 314 pp
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Translations
Italian:
Non scherziamo con l'amore! (Don't Joke with Love), tr. Maria Banti
• Salani Editore, Florence, Italy, 1975, 249 pp
Norwegian:
Zeppelin Passageren, tr. Gertrud Rung
• Aarhus, Kristiana, 1921, 184 pp
Spanish:
Secreto heroico (Heroic Secret), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLII, 1949, 213 pp


1919

The Adventures of Peter Ruff [coll]
Variant title of "Peter Ruff," used by Hodder & Stoughton, London, nd (ca.1919)
The Mill of the Gods [nov]
Variant title of "The Great Impersonation" (qv), used in:
Harper's Bazaar, Feb-Sep 1919
The Whimsical Three [ser]
Variant title of 2The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead2 (qv), used for syndication to US newspapers, inter alia The Syracuse Journal, NY, in 1919-1920
Mr. Blunt's Three Clients [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1919
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Mar 1919
The Thriller, Nov 17, 1934
First of the Fools [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1919, illustrated by H. Stockton Mulford
The Lure of the Shackles [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1919
The Legacy of Ebenezer Chance [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series)
The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Dec 29, 1919-Jan 3, 1920
The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
The Adventures of Peter Ruff [coll]
Cheap edition of "Peter Ruff," qv
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, nd, (ca. 1919), 247 pp
The Wicked Marquis [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1919, 1939, 8vo, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919, 309 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1919, 309, ill. Will Grefé
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, ©1919, 309 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 218 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
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Translations
Dutch:
De wraak op den markies (Revenge on the Marquis), tr. N.B. Elvé
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 34, 1931
French:
Oeil pour oeil (An Eye for an Eye), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1934, 253 pp
Spanish:
El seductor (The Seducer), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLVIII, 1950, 222 pp
The Box with Broken Seals
US title of "The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919, 1920, 300 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto 1919, 300 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1919, 1920, 300 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
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Translations
Spanish:
El extraño caso de Jocelyn Thew (The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIV, 1948, 220 pp
The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew
UK title of "The Box with Broken Seals"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1919, 320 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 254 pp
• Tasmanian Braille Writers' Association, Hobart, 1928, 3 vols. of interline Braille
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Box with Broken Seals"
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Translations
Spanish:
El Extraño caso de Jocelyn Thew (The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIV, 1948, 220 pp
The Curious Quest [nov]
US title of "The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919, 308 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1919, 308 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1919, 308 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
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Translations
Dutch:
Rijk en geen geld (Rich Without Money), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Amstelbibliotheek, 1923, 1924 and 1925
• Jacob van Campen, Amsterdam, ca. 1927, 1937, 1946 and 1949
Esperanto:
Riĉa kaj sen mono (Rich Without Money), tr. Fred. E. Wadham
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, ca. 1930, 222 pp
French:
Les Aventures de Richard Bliss, tr. ?
• L'Intransigeant, sl, Jul 28-Sep 28, 1927
Les tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938, 255 pp
German:
Millionär ohne Geld, tr.
• E. Keils Nachfolger (A. Scherl), Leipzig, 1926, 154 pp
Spanish:
Una apuesta original (An Unusual Wager), tr. Fernando Girbal
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IV, 1942, 259 pp
Seeing Life [nov]
Pirated edition of "The Court of St. Simon"
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, 1919
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Court of St. Simon"
RGL EPUB edition, 2012, as "The Court of St. Simon"


1920

The Amazing Affair of Miss de Hagon and the Austrian Envoy [ss]
Variant title of "Miss de Hagon, Spy," used in:
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1921
The Domville Case [ss]
Variant title of The Donvers Case, used in:
The Red Book Magagine, Nov 1920
The Milwaukee Journal, May 21, 1922
The Lord of Crersa [ss]
Variant title of The Prince of Crersa, used in:
The Syracuse Herald, NY, Apr 25, 1920
The Remarkable Disappearance of John Grinen [ss]
Variant title of "Where Is John Grinen," used in:
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1921
A Deal with Niko [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jul 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
General Matravers Repays [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Indiscreet Traveller [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
An Interrupted Revue [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Lost Formula [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, May 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Machinations of Mr. Courlander [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Sep 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Man Who Could Have Ended the War [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Susceptible Mr. Kessner [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Aug 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Undeniable Force [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Nov 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Sentence of the Court [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jan 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Picture Maniac [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 5-10, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Sir Julian Kand & Co. [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 12-17, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
The Miracle of Lord Grim [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 19-24, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
The Little Grey Book [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 26-31, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Sir Julian Kand Prefers New York [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Feb 2-7, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
The Inconsiderate Travellers [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
• No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Dominant Knox [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
• No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Treasure of Count del Butolanni [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
• No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Serious Dilemma of Mr. Hogge [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
• No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Compact [ss]
Introduction to "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920
The Seven Conundrums [coll] 1923
The Seven Conundrums, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Donvers Case [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1920, pp. 371-378; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Nov 1920, as "The Domville Case"
The Milwaukee Journal, May 21, 1922, as "The Domville Case"
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Stolen Minute Book [ss]
Conundrum #1 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Two Philanthropists [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1920, pp. 469-476; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Dec 1920
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
What Happened at Bath [ss]
Conundrum #2 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Dec 1920
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Aaron Rodd, Diviner [coll]
Contents
· The Cunning of Harvey Grimm (Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1918)
· Poetry by Compulsion (Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1918)
· An Alliance of Thieves (Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1918)
· Ulysses of Wapping (Harper's Bazaar, May 1918)
· The Mysterious Assistant (Harper's Bazaar, Jun 1918)
· Paul Brodie Strikes (Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1918)
· The Infidelity of Jack Lovejoy (Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1918)
· The Yellow Eye (Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1918)
· The Vengeance of Rosa Letchowiski (Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1918)
· The End of Jeremiah Sands (Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1918)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 277 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Convenio entre ladrones (Agreement Among Thieves), tr. J. Tejero Corretcher
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXXI, 1954, 219 pp
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplomat [coll]
Contents
· The Man Who Could Have Ended the War (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
· The Lost Formula (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, May 1916)
· A Deal with Niko (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jul 1916)
· General Matravers Repays (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
· Susceptible Mr. Kessner (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Aug 1916)
· The Machinations of Mr. Courlander (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Sep 1916)
· The Indiscreet Traveller (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1916)
· The Undeniable Force (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Nov 1916)
· An Interrupted Revue (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1916)
· The Sentence of the Court (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jan 1916)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 8vo, 288 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Ninepenny Edition, 1938, 128 pp
Translations
Spanish:
La novela de un agente secreto (The Novel of a Secret Agent), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. III, 1948, 216 pp
The Devil's Paw [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1920, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1920, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1920, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Triangle Books, New York, 1941, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1925, 1936, 320 pp
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Dutch:
De duivelsklauw (The Devil's Paw), tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
Spanish:
La garra del diablo (The Devil's Paw), tr. Ana María Lloret
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXXII, 1954, 220 pp
The Great Impersonation [nov]
Harper's Bazaar, sl, Feb-Sep 1919, as "The Mill of the Gods"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1920, 1921, 1934, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1949, 1950, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
• A.L. Burt, New York, 1920, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1920, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
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• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1920, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
• Dover Publications, New York, 1920, 210 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1927, 1946, 1949, 8vo, 318 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929?, 128 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
Three Famous Spy Novels, Random House, New York, 1942 (in one volume with Eric Ambler's Journey into Fear and Graham Greene's The Confidential Agent)
• Pocket Books, New York, 1943, 1945, Pocket Book No. 224, 241 pp
• Pan Books, London, 1951, 203 pp
• South African Library for the Blind, Grahamstown, 1952, 4 vols. of Braille
• Harlequin Books, Toronto, 1953, 220 pp
Five Spy Novels, Doubleday, Garden City, 1963 (in one volume with John Buchan's Greenmantle, Eric Ambler's Epitaph for a Spy, Martha Albrand's No Surrender and Manning Coles' No Entry)
• Popular Library, New York, 1963, 192 pp
• Aeonian Press Inc., Mattituck, NY, 1977, 161 pp
• Amereon Ltd., Mattituck, NY, 1980
• Dover Publications, New York, 1978, 1987, paperback, 210 pp
• Carroll & Graf, New York, 1980
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut (in one volume with The Wrath to Come), 1984
• Fredonia Books, Amsterdam, 2001, 210 pp
• First World Library, Fairfield, Indiana, 2004, 342 pp
• Archeion Press, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 2007, 236 pp
• Book Jungle, Champaign, Illinois, 2008, 219 pp
• Bilbiobazaar, Charlestown, South Carolina, 2008, 250 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De treffende gelijkenis (The Spitting Image), tr. A. Koster
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1924
De groote mystificatie (The Great Mystification), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
Finnish:
Vaihdettu mies (The Changed Man), tr. ?
• Minerva, Helsinki, Minervan halpa lukemisto, No. 17, 1924, 191 pp
• WSOY, Porvoo, Kymmenen markan romaaneja, No. 133, 1938, 1941, 191 pp
French:
L'imposteur (The Imposter), tr. M.L.M. Didier
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1932, 254 pp
Italian:
Il grande impostore (The Great Imposter), tr. ?
• Compagnia del Giallo—Gruppo Newton, Giallo Economico Classico, No. 70, 1995, 160 pp
Japanese:
Irekawatta otoko (The Changed Man), tr. Kiyotoshi Hayashi
• Project Gutenberg, 2010
Spanish:
Su vida o la mía (His Life or Mine), tr. Juan de Robles.
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXII, 1947, 230 pp
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Indiscretion of Lord Tamworth (Hearst's Magazine, Apr 1913)
· The Man Who Disappeared (Hearst's Magazine, May 1913)
· The Tragedy at No. 16 Hendon Street (Hearst's Magazine, Jun 1913)
· The French Cipher Case (Hearst's Magazine, Jul 1913)
· The Amazing Affair of Miss de Hagon and the Austrian Envoy (Hearst's Magazine, Aug 1913, as "Miss de Hagon, Spy")
· The Remarkable Disappearance of John Grinen (Hearst's Magazine, Sep 1913, as "Where Is John Grinen?")
· Miss de Hagon's Information (Nash's Magazine, Apr 1914)
· The Unhappy Lady (Nash's Magazine, Aug 1914)
· The Inconsiderate Travellers (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Dominant Knox (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Treasure of Count del Butolann (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Serious Dilemma of Mr. Hogge (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1921, 8vo, 278 pp
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Translations
Spanish:
El honorable Algernon Knox, tr. J. de Arechabala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIX, 1948, 211 pp
Nobody's Man [nov]
The Green Book Magazine, sl, Nov 1920-Jul 1921
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1921, 307 pp, ill. Ralph P. Coleman
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1921, 307 pp, ill. Ralph P. Coleman
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1921, 307 pp, ill. Ralph P. Coleman
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 1922, 1923, 8vo, 320 pp
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Dutch:
Buiten de partijen (Independent), tr. Felicie Jehu
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1925, 237 pp


1921

The Green-Eyed Accomplice [ss]
Variant title of The Undiscovered Murder, used in:
The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921
The Reckoning [ss]
Variant magazine title of The Reckoning with Otto Schreed, used in:
The Red Book Magazine Feb 1921
The Sinister Quest of Norman Greyes [ser][ss]
Variant title of "Michael's Evil Deeds"
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921-Oct 1922; ill. Charles Crombie
• collected in Michael's Evil Deeds (qv), 1923
Mischief (ss)
The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1921
The Courtship of Naida [ss]
Conundrum #4 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Feb 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Broad-Minded Marquis [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1921
The Cunning of Lord Felixstowe [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1921
The Duke's Dilemma [ss]
Conundrum #6 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Apr 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
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The Greatest Argument [ss]
Conundrum #7 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, May 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
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Customs of the Family [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, June 1921
The Undiscovered Murder [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921
The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921, as "The Green-Eyed Accomplice">
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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Mr. Homor's Legacy [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, May 1921, pp. 391-400; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Jul 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Invincible Truth [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1921, pp. 518-527; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Jun 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
Mr. Cray Comes Home [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1921, pp. 183-189; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Aug 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, as "Mr. Cray Returns Home"
Pussyfoot in Mischief [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Jan 1921, pp. 29-37; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Spider's Parlour [ss]
Conundrum #3 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Jan 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
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The Recalcitrant Mr. Cray [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1921, pp. 61-71; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Jul 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Reckoning with Otto Schreed [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Feb 1921, pp. 130-137; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1921, as "The Reckoning"
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Rift [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1921, pp. 232-240; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Tragedy at Greymarshes [ss]
Conundrum #5 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Mar 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
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Satan and the Spirit [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Apr 1921, pp. 310-320; ill: S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1921
• Syndicated in the USA as "Mr. Cray, Satan and the Fluffy Spirit", 1922
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jan 1966
The Undiscovered Murder [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921, pp. 508-517; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921, as "The Green-Eyed Accomplice"
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Great Prince Shan [nov]
The Blue Book Magazine, sl, Nov 1921-Jan 1922
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 1933, 1940, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1922, 303 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1922, 303 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1922, 303 pp
The Argosy (UK), sl, Jan-Mar 1933
• Pocket Books, New York, 1940, 1943, 303 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De groote prins Shan (The Great Prince Shan), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
Le Grand Prince Shan, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Le Figaro, sl, Jan 8-Mar 3, 1925
• La Petite Gironde, sl, Jan 7-Feb 17, 1926
• Le Courrier de l'Allier, sl, Aug-Sep 1926
Spanish:
El gran príncipe Shan (The Great Prince Shan)
• Revista Literaria, Madrid, "Novelas y cuentos," 1965, 52 pp (abridgment)
Jacob's Ladder [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1921, 8vo, 316
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1921, 303 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1921, 303 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1921, 303 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
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Translations
Dutch:
Leer om leer (Ladder by Ladder), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Feuilleton-bibliotheek No. 37, N.V. Drukkerij Jacob van Kampen, Amsterdam, 1923; 2nd printing 1934
Oplichters zijn welkom (Swindlers Are Welcome), tr. Gerard Michon
• "Margriet" pocket-serie, De Geïllustreerde Pers N.V., Amsterdam, 1965
German:
Jimmy macht sein Glück (Jimmy Makes It Good), tr. Arthur Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, 1929, Die blauen Goldmann-Bücher, 264 pp
Norwegian:
Gullfuglen (The Golden Birds), tr. Constance Wiel Schram
• Aschehoug, Oslo, 1929, 248 pp
Russian:
Priklyucheniya Yakova Pretta (The Adventures of Jacob Pratt), tr.
• Izdatel'stvo "Proletarii", 192-?, 278 pp
The Profiteers [nov]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1921
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1921, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1921, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1921, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1921, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
• Fredonia Books, Amsterdam, 2001, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
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Translations
Danish:
På liv og død (Of Life and Death), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Tønder, Copenhagen, 1932, 156 pp
Spanish:
Duelo a muerte (Duel to the Death), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVIII, 1947, 220 pp


1922

The Leeds Bank Robbery [ss]
Variant title of "The Menwood Road Bank Robbery," used in:
The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922
Mr. Cray, Satan and the Fluffy Spirit
Variant title of "Satan and the Spirit," used for syndication to US newspapers, 1922
My Books and Myself [pamphlet]
Presumed variant title of The Prince of Storytellers Tells His Own Story, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1922
The Kiss of Judas [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jan 1922, pp. 3-12; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Menwood Road Bank Robbery [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Feb 1922, pp. 170-180; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922, as "The Leeds Bank Robbery"
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Honour of Monsieur Lutarde [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1922, pp. 265-277; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Three Malefactors [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Apr 1922, pp. 300-309; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Winds of Death [ss]
The Strand Magazine, May 1922, pp. 423-433; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, May 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Modern Girl [art]
The New York Herald, NY, May dd, 1922
The Geneva Daily Times, NY, May 13, 1922
Mr. Senn's Past (ss)
Hearst's International Monthly, Jun 1922
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Aug 1922
Seven Boxes of Gold [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1922, pp. 509-519; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Jun 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Unfamiliar Triangle [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1922, pp. 69-81; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Jul 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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Michael's Wedding Gift [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1922, pp. 163-173; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Mystery Advertisement [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1922, pp. 250-259; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Sep 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Great Elusion [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Oct 1922, pp. 324-336; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Oct 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss [nov]
UK title of "The Curious Quest"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ©1919 USA, 1922, 1936, 8vo, 316 pp
• Tjeenk Willink, Zwolle, Holland, 1934, 171 pp, annotated by P.H. Breitenstein
• Otava, Helsinki, 1939, 120 pp, with a vocabulary by Sirkka-Liisa Norko
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Translations
Dutch:
Rijk en geen geld (Rich Without Money), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Amstelbibliotheek, 1923, 1924 and 1925
• Jacob van Campen, Amsterdam, ca. 1927, 1937, 1946 and 1949
Esperanto:
Riĉa kaj sen mono (Rich Without Money), tr. Fred. E. Wadham
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, ca. 1930, 222 pp
French:
Les Aventures de Richard Bliss, tr. ?
• L'Intransigeant, sl, Jul 28-Sep 28, 1927
Les tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938, 255 pp
German:
Millionär ohne Geld, tr.
• E. Keils Nachfolger (A. Scherl), Leipzig, 1926, 154 pp
Spanish:
Una apuesta original (An Unusual Wager), tr. Fernando Girbal
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IV, 1942, 259 pp
The Evil Shepherd [nov]
The Blue Book Magazine, sl, Jul 1922 ff
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
• Review of Reviews Co., NY, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
• McClelland & Stewart. Ltd., Toronto, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 1923, 1932, 1940, 319 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
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French:
Prince du crime (Prince of Crime), tr. Geneviève & Pierre François Caillé
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1933, 247 pp
Spanish:
El malvado pastor (The Evil Shepherd), tr. ?
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Bibliotheca de Oro, No. 48, 1936, 102 pp
• Editorial Molino, Buenos Aires, 1939, 94 pp
The Prince of Storytellers Tells His Own Story [pamphlet]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1922
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1923

The Scarlet Patch [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
The Terror of Elton Lodge [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, May 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
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Home on Salisbury Plain [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Jun 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
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The Shaftsbury Avenue Murder [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Jul 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
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The Tenant of the Lighthouse [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Aug 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, May 24, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
The Kiss of Youth [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Sep 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, Jun 14, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, as "A Young Man's Kiss"
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, A Young Man's Kiss
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012, as "A Young Man's Kiss"
The Avenue of Death [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Oct 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, July 5, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
Madmen's Luck [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Nov 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
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The Borgia Touch [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Dec, 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
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The Inevitable Millionaires [coll] [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1923, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 322 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 322 pp
• McClellan & Stewart, Toronto, 1925, 322 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1925, 322 pp
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1925, 322 pp
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Dutch:
Millionair tegen wil en dank (Unwilling and Ungrateful Millionaires), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
French:
Millionnaires malgré tout (Millionaires Despite Everything), tr. Jeanne Fournier-Pargoire
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936, 253 pp
German:
Millionäre wider Willen (Unwilling Millionaires), tr. Fritz Pütsch
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die heiteren Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 286 pp
Spanish:
Millonarios a la fuerza (The Inevitable Millionaires), tr. M.T. & A. Quintana
• Santiago : Ediciones Ercilla, 1932, Santiago, 235 pp
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. I, 1943, 283 pp
Norwegian:
Milliionærer mot sin vilje (Millionaires Against Their Will), tr. Eiv. Horn
• Oslo, 1929, 282 pp
Michael's Evil Deeds [coll]
Variant title of the magazine series "The Sinister Quest of Norman Greyes"
Contents
· The Undiscovered Murderer (The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921; The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921, as "The Green-Eyed Accomplice")
· The Kiss of Judas (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1922)
· The Menwood Road Bank Robbery (The Strand Magazine, Feb 1922; The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922, as "The Leeds Bank Robbery")
· The Honour of Monsieur Lutarde (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1922)
· The Three Malefactors (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1922)
· The Winds of Death (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, May 1922)
· Seven Boxes of Gold (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jun 1922)
· The Unfamiliar Triangle (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jul 1922)
· Michael's Wedding Gift (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1922)
· The Mystery Advertisement (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Sep 1922)
· The Great Elusion (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Oct 1922)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923, 311 pp; fp. W.B. King
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
• Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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Translations
Dutch:
Michael's misdaden (Michael's Evil Deeds), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929/dd>
French:
Les forfaits de Michael (Michael's Atrocious Deeds), tr. Germaine Guillemot Magitot
• Librairie Hachette (Imprimerie de Brodard et Taupin), Paris, 1947, 256 pp
German:
Rekord der Abenteuer (Record of Adventures), tr. Carl Ehrenstein
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1929, 240 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Munich, Goldmanns Taschen- Krimi, vol. 431954, 210 pp
Spanish:
Las andanzas de Miguel (The Adventures of Miguel), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las novelas de la palma, No. 40, 195-?, 153 pp
Las andanzas de Sayers (The Adventures of Sayers), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. policiaca,No. 20, 1958, 159 pp
• Plaza & Janés, Esplugas de Llobregat, 1962
The Mystery Road [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923, 297 pp; ill. F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923, 297 pp; ill. F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923, 1925, 297 pp; ill. F. Vaux Wilson
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 1925, 8vo, 320 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De weg tot geluk (The Way to Happiness), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
Spanish:
El camino soñado (The Dream Road), tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XIV, 1945, 240 pp
The Seven Conundrums [coll]
Contents
· Introduction: The Compact (Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920)
· Conundrum #1: The Stolen Minute Book (Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920)
· Conundrum #2: What Happened at Bath (Ladies' Home Journal, Dec 1920)
· Conundrum #3: The Spider's Parlour (Ladies' Home Journal, Jan 1921)
· Conundrum #4: The Courtship of Naida (Ladies' Home Journal, Feb 1921)
· Conundrum #5: The Tragedy at Greymarshes (Ladies' Home Journal, Mar 1921)
· Conundrum #6: The Duke's Dilemma (Ladies' Home Journal, Apr 1921)
· Conundrum #7: The Greatest Argument (Ladies' Home Journal, May 1921)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1923, 1924, 283 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923, 277 pp; ill. Wallace Morgan
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923, 277 pp; ill. Wallace Morgan
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca.1930, 128 pp, Yellow Ninepenny edition
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970, 277 pp; ill. Wallace Morgan
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Translations
Danish:
De syv gaader (The Seven Conundrums), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Copenhagen, 1925, 144 pp
Spanish:
El pacto de los siete enigmas (The Pact of the Seven Puzzles), tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. VIII, 1944, 245 pp


1924

A Young Man's Kiss [ss]
Variant title of The Kiss of Youth, used in:
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 1927, 1935
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
• PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Dead Man's Tale [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Jan 1924
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, Oct 4, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
The Trimming of Mr. Edgar Franks [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Jun 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Ordeal of Sir John Fardell [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Jul 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The First Embrace [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Aug 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
An Astute Deal [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Sep 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "Mr. Hobb's Astute Deal"
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, as "Mr. Hobb's Astute Deal"
The Gamble in Frank's Oils [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Oct 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Black Virgin [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Nov 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Outlawed Love [sl]
Live Stories, 1924 (the last installment appeared in the Feb 8, 1924 issue; no other information found)
No record of book publication found
The Passionate Quest [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1924, 342 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1924, 342 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1924, 342 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1924
• Permanent Blind Relief War Fund, Paris, 1924, 4 vols. of Braille
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Translations
Danish:
Hjertets Kampe (Struggles of the Heart), tr. Louise Nyholm
• Copenhagen, 1936, 141 pp
French:
Les Trois pupilles de Benjamin Stone (Benjamin Stone's Three Pupils), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1937, 242 pp
Sin [sl]
Metropolitan Magazine*, Feb-Sep 1924, ill. Leslie Thrasher, parts 1-8
Macfadden Fiction-Lovers Magazine*, Oct 1924, ill. Leslie Thrasher, part 9
No record of book publication found
[* Metropolitan Magazine changed its name to Macfadden Fiction-Lovers Magazine in October 1924]
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bt. [coll]
Contents
· The Scarlet Patch (Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1923)
· The Terror of Elton Lodge (Hearst's International Monthly, May 1923)
· The House on Salisbury Plain (Hearst's International Monthly, Jun 1923)
· The Shaftesbury Avenue Murder (Hearst's International Monthly, Jul 1923)
· The Tenant of the Lighthouse (Hearst's International Monthly, Aug 1923)
· A Young Man's Kiss (Hearst's International Monthly, Sep 1923)
· The Avenue of Death (Hearst's International Monthly, Oct 1923)
· Madmen's Luck (Hearst's International Monthly, Nov 1923)
· The Borgia Touch (Hearst's International Monthly, Dec 1923)
· The Dead Man's Tale (Hearst's International Monthly, Jan 1924)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 1927, 1935, 8vo, 287 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 225 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De gruwelijke waanvoorstelling van Dr. Londe (Dr. Londe's Gruesome Delusions), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
Spanish:
El cirujano fantasma (The Phantom Surgeon), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XII, 1946, 253 pp
German:
Seine fixe Idee (His Idée Fixe), tr. Manfred Georg
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 219 pp
The Wrath to Come [nov]
Everybody's Magazine, Feb-May 1924
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1924, 355 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1924, 255 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1924, 255
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1926, 318 pp
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus (qv), various dates
The Secret Service Omnibus (qv), 1932
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut (in one volume with The Great Impersonation, 1984
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Translations
Dutch:
Diplomaten (Diplomats), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1926, 236 pp
Finnish:
Koston hetki: seikkailuromaani (Man of the Moment: An Adventure Novel), tr. ?
• Minerva, Helsinki, 1928, 288 pp
Spanish:
La arquilla de oro (The Coffer of Gold), tr. V.C.
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LI, 1950, 217 pp


1925

The Great Samara [sl]
Variant title of "Gabriel Samara"
Everybody's Magazine, Mar-Jul 1925, ill. Joseph A. Maturo
published in book form as:
• Gabriel Samara (UK title)(qv>
• Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker (US title)(qv)
Mr. Cray Returns Home [ss]
Variant title of Mr. Cray Comes Home, used in:
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1926
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Wrung Heart [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1925
Rapasto's Last Service [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1925
The Canadian Magazine, Jan 1927
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
A Worthy Quittance [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1925
The Canadian Magazine, Feb 1927
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Madame Seeks a Prince [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1925
The Canadian Magazine, Mar 1927
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "Madame's Mosaic Law"
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, as "Madame's Mosaic Law"
The Last of the Virgins [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1925
The Canadian Magazine, Apr 1927
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Gilbert Channay Takes the Air [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 11, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Mark Levy Pays [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 18, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Martin Fogg Persists [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 25, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Bamboozling of Mr. Gascoigne [ss] (a Mr. Billingham & Co. story)
Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
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The Drama of the Marshes [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 2, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Numbers of Death [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 2, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
The Great Abduction [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 9, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Mrs. Block Contributes [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 9, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, & Co., Boston, 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jun 1962
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
Channay the Deliverer [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 16, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Café of Terror [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
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Eric Rodes Has His Chance [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 23, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Royal Games [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 23, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "The Royal Game"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929 as "The Royal Game"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012 as "The Royal Game"
Blood-Money [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK) Mar 1962
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
The Hidden Symbol [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 6, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "The Symbol in the Boot"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929, as "The Symbol in the Boot"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012, as "The Symbol in the Boot"
The Salvation of Mr. Norton [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 13, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
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Monte Carlo Pays a Gas Bill [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 20, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "The Stink Wizard"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929, as "The Stink Wizard"
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Christian the Concierge [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 27, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray [coll]
Contents
· The Donvers Case (The Strand Magazine, Nov 1920)
· The Two Philanthropists (The Strand Magazine, Dec 1920)
· Pussyfoot in Mischief (The Strand Magazine, Jan 1921)
· The Reckoning with Otto Schreed, (The Strand Magazine, Feb 1921)
· The Rift (The Strand Magazine, Mar 1921)
· Satan and The Spirit (The Strand Magazine, Apr 1921)
· Mr. Homor's Legacy (The Strand Magazine, May 1921)
· The Invincible Truth (The Strand Magazine, Jun 1921)
· The Recalcitrant Mr. Cra, (The Strand Magazine, Jul 1921)
· Mr. Cray Returns Home, (The Strand Magazine, Aug 1921
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1926, 8vo, 288 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 223 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Mr. Cray en acción (Mr. Cray in Action), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXVIII, 1948, 203 pp
Gabriel Samara [nov]
UK title of "Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker" [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1933, 8vo, 319 pp
The Secret Service Omnibus, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., London, 1932
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Translations
Dutch:
Gabriel Samara, tr. A.E.C. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1930, 230 pp
Spanish:
La que pudo ser Zarina (She Who Could Be the Tsarina), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. X, 1941, 1943, 307 pp
Gabriel Samara tr. D. Martínez Sagrera
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, No. 62, 1962, 168 pp
Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
US title of "Gabriel Samara"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 323 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1925, 323 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1925, 323 pp
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus, Blue Ribbon Books, New York, 1925, 1940, 1941
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut, 1984, in one volume with Mr. Billingham, the Marquis, and Madelon
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Translations
Dutch:
Gabriel Samara, tr. A.E.C. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1930, 230 pp
Spanish:
La que pudo ser Zarina (She Who Could Be the Tsarina), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. X, 1941, 1943, 307 pp
Gabriel Samara tr. D. Martínez Sagrera
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, No. 62, 1962, 168 pp
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus [coll]
Contents
· The Wrath to Come
· The Great Impersonation
· Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
· Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York (contains first three title only), 1925, 1940, 1941, 782 pp
• Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 1936, 965 pp
Stolen Idols [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1936, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 293 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1925, 293 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1925, 293 pp
• American Braille Press, Paris, 1925, 3 vol.
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Translations
Dutch:
Afgodsbeelden (Idols), tr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
French;
La Vengeance de l'idole, tr. Jeanne Fournier-Pargoire
• Dupuis, 1940
German:
Perlen des Buddha (The Pearls of Buddha), tr. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Neufeld & Henius Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 8vo, 256 pp
Mr. Endacotts Juwelen (Mr. Endacott's Jewels), tr. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Neufeld & Henius Verlag, Berlin, Lutz Kriminalromane, No. 25, 1932, 8vo, 256 pp
Spanish:
Idolos robados (Stolen Idols), tr. H.C. Granch
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca oro, No. 3, 1934, 93 pp
Idolos robados : el fanatismo al servicio de la implacable delincuencia (Stolen Idols : Fanatism in the Service of Ruthless Crime), tr. M.T. Font
• Editorial Tor, Buenos Aires, Coleccion Misterio, No. 313, 1936, 159 pp


1926

Honeydew and Kisses [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Incomparable Mr. Trigg [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
A Man Must Hold His Wife [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
A Minor Hero [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Mrs. Dowdswell's Prod-Along [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Mr. Meekes' Bombshell [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Remarkable Astuteness of Police-Constable Chopping [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Small Tragedy Of Mr. Tidd [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
A Thief By Night [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Ultimate Triumph Of Mr. Tidd [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Adjourned Inquest [ss]
• Collier's Weekly, Feb 20 1926
In the Upstairs Room [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Feb 27, 1926
The Adventure of the Caveman [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 6, 1926
The Emerald Pendant [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 13, 1926
The Unshared Secret [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 20, 1926
Gypsy Blood [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 27, 1926
The Affair of the House Party [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 3, 1926
The Warrant [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 10, 1926
The Beautiful Sisters of Wryde [ss] (a Nicholas Goade story)
Collier's Weekly, Apr 17, 1926
World Magazine and Story Section, New York, Nov 7, 1926
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Destined Woman [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 24, 1926
World Magazine and Story Section, Nov 14, 1926
A Diplomatic Mission [ss]
The Best Stories of All Time, May 1926
The Spinsters [ss] (a Nicholas Goade story)
The Grand Magazine, Jun 1926
Nicholas Goade, Detective, all editions, as "The Two Spinsters"
The Argosy, Jun 1946, as "The Two Spinsters"
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories That Scared Even Me, Rinehart & Co. and Random House, New York, 1967, as "The Two Spinsters"
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Slay Ride, Dell paperback, 1971, as "The Two Spinsters"
Sinful Principality [ss]
The Independent, Jun 5, 1926
The Tower Ghost [ss]
Weird Tales, Sep 1926
The Golden Beast [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926, 1931, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1926, 298 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1926, 298 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1926, 298 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1926, 298 pp
• Amereon Ltd., Mattituck, NY, 1940
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Translations
Dutch:
Het gouden kalf (The Golden Calf), tr. Cath. A. Dermoût-Visser
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
French:
La bête doreé (The Golden Beast), tr. Miriam Dou
• Librairie des Champs-Élyseés, Paris, Masque: collection de romans d'aventures, No. 184., 1935
German:
Das goldene Kalb (The Golden Calf), tr. Hellmuth Wetzel
• Neufeld & Henius Verlag, Berlin, Lutz Kriminalromane, No. 11, 1930, 254 pp
Norwegian:
Hasard og kjærlighet (Hazard or Love), tr. Øystein Orre Eskeland
• Oslo, 1933, 170 pp
Spanish:
El secreto de Sir Lawrence (Sir Lawrence's Secret), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XIX, 1944, 220 pp
Prodigals of Monte Carlo [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926, 1935 (9th ed.), 8vo, 310 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1926, 301 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1926, 301 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1926, 301 pp
• Bernhard Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, Collection of British and American Authors, No. 4824, 1928, 286 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1970, 210 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Typen van Monte-Carlo (Monte Carlo Characters), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
French:
Le Rendez-vous avec la mort (The Rendez-vous with Death), tr. Geneviève & Pierre Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, Les Meilleurs Romans étrangers, 1934, 253 pp
German:
Die Verschwender von Monte Carlo (The Wastrels of Monte Carlo), tr. Fritz Pütsch
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 8vo, 253 pp
Harvey Garrard's Crime [nov]
Everybody's Magazine, sl, Jul-Dec 1926
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1926, 329 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1926, 329 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1926, 1940, 329 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1926, 329 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 309 pp
The Public Ledger Syndication, Philadelphia, 1928, as "The Wife Who Failed", 1928
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Translations
Dutch:
Harvey Garrard's misdaad (Harvey Garrard's Crime), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
Late liefde (Late Love), tr. A.J. Richel
Prisma 1349, 1968
French:
Le Crime d'Harvey Garrard, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1933
German:
Garrards Verbrechen (Garrard's Crime), tr. Robert von Voss
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann Bücher, 1929, 242 pp
Italian:
Il delitto di Harvey Garrard (Harvey Garrard's Crime), tr. ?
• Compagnia del Giallo—Gruppo Newton, Giallo Economico Classico, 1997, 106 pp
Russian:
Prestuplenie Garrarda (Garrard's Crime), tr. ?
• Knigoizdatel'stvo Renaissance, Riga, 19--?, 172 pp
• Artol Publishing Co., Melbourne, Australia, 1985, 172 pp
Spanish:
El préstamo del muerto (The Dead Man's Loan), tr. ?
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXIII, 1946, 291 pp<(/dd>
El delito de Harvey Garrard (Harvey Garrard's Crime), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las Novelas de la Palma, No. 34, 195-?, 160 pp
The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead [coll]
Full title: "The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead and a Few of the Adventures in Which He Became Involved"
Originally syndicated to American newspapers as "The Whimsical Three"
Contents
· The Legacy of Ebenezer Chance (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Dec 30, 1919-Jan 3, 1920)
· The Picture Maniac (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 5-10, 1920)
· Sir Julian Kand and Co. (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 12-17, 1920)
· The Miracle of Lord Grim (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 19-24, 1920)
· The Little Grey Book (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 26- 31, 1920)
· Sir Julian Kand Prefers New York (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Feb 2-7, 1920)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926, 8vo, 255 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Un bribón afortunado (A Lucky Rascal), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LVIII, 1951, 200 pp
Spanish:
El hombrecillo de Okehampstead (The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, 1958, 126 pp
The Quest for Winter Sunshine [nf]
Illustrated with photographs)
• Methuen & Co., London, 1926, 121 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 160 pp
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1927

A Coward by Quittance [ss]
Variant title of A Worthy Quittance, used in:
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Madame's Mosaic Law [ss]
Variant title of Madame Seeks a Prince, used in:
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Mr. Hobb's Astute Deal [ss]
Variant title of An Astute Deal, used in:
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Richest Client [ss]
Variant title of Working Backwards, used in:
Collier's Weekly, Jun 18, 1927
The Royal Game [ss]
Variant title of Royal Games, used in:
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Stink Wizard [ss]
Variant title of Monte Carlo Pays a Gas Bill, used in:
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Symbol in the Boot [ss]
Variant title of The Hidden Symbol, used in:
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Two Spinsters [ss]
Variant title of The Spinsters, used in:
Nicholas Goade, Detective, , Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, , Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, , McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, , Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Argosy, Jun 1946
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories That Scared Even Me, Random House, New York, 1967
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Slay Ride, Dell Books, New York, 1970
The Amazing Banquet [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
No record of magazine publication found
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Coroner's Dilemma [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Dean's Daughter [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Honourable Murderer [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Inquisitive Shareholder [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
No record of magazine publication found
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Jezebel of Valley Farm [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
The Grand Magazine, Dec 1932
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
Lord Isham's Gamble [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
No record of magazine publication found
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Passing of John the Hermit [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Salving of Mr. Stanley Witt [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Temporary Insanity of Nicholas Goade [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
Wild Man's Logic [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
Three Birds With One Stone [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1927
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Mar 1927
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Murderer in Love [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1927
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1927, as "Jugdment Postponed"
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "Jugdment Postponed"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Judgement Postponed"
The Armadi Vase [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "The Pedagogue of Bellevue Mansions"
The Drama in the Doll's House [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Feb 26, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder &Stoughton, London, 1928
The Troublesome Double [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1927
Argosy (UK) Sep 1935, as "The Tax Collector"
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Tax Collector"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Tax Collector"
Lady Katherine's Better Nature [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Mar 12, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Missing Hour [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Mar 26, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "Three to Four"
A Mild-mannered Murderer [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1927
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Lion's Den"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Lion's Den"
Twin Divorces [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Apr 9, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "A Comedy in Divorce"
The Ninety-ninth Thread [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Apr 30, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
To Be Held for Ransom [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, May 1927
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Yankeedoodle Kid"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Yankedoodle Kid"
Happy Ending [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, May 7, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "The Disappearance Of William King"
The Fêted Lady [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, May 21, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "Ada Malcolm's Dot"
The Laughing Loser [ss]
Saturday Evening Post, May 28, 1927
The Expected Murder [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1927
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "Waiting for Tonks"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Waiting for Tonks"
The Actor's Romance [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 4, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "Kenmar's Golden Day"
Working Backwards [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 18, 1927, as "The Richest Client"
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Modern Marauder [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Oct 15, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Siren of the Madrid [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Oct 29, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Fugitive of Adelphi Terrace [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Nov 12, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Battling Pacifist [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Nov 26, 1927
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
A Book Upside Down [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1927
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Volume Upside-Down"
The Man With the Grey Muffler [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1927
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Feb 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Mr. Brown and the Madonna [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Dec 10, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
With a Dash [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Dec 31, 1927, ill. T.D. Skidmore
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Channay Syndicate [coll]
Contents
· Gilbert Channay Takes the Air (The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 11, 1925)
· Mark Levy Pays (The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 18, 1925)
· Lord Isham's Gamble (no record of magazine publication found)
· Martin Fogg Persists (The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 25, 1925)
· The Inquisitive Shareholder (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Drama of the Marshes (The Saturday Evening Post, May 2, 1925)
· The Amazing Banquet (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Great Abduction (The Saturday Evening Post, May 9, 1925)
· Channay the Deliverer (The Saturday Evening Post, May 16, 1925)
· Eric Rodes Has His Chance (The Saturday Evening Post, May 23, 1925)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 261 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het Channay Syndicaat, tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
French:
Le Carnaval des loups (The Carnival of Wolves), tr. Jean-Paul Suzan
• Librairie des Champs Élyssées, Paris, 1936, 1947, 247 pp
Neuf sur onze (Nine to Eleven), pirated edition as by P.W Asher & H.E. Clegg
La Cagoule/Éditions La Bruyère, 1948
German:
Channay rechnet ab (Channay Settles Accounts), tr. Boyle des Tuileries
• Georg Müller Verlag, Munich, 1929, 8vo, 205 pp
The Ex-Duke [nov]
UK title of "The Interloper"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 311 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Interloper"
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RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "The Interloper"
Translations
Dutch:
Hertog tegen wil en dank (The Reluctant Duke), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
French:
Le Nouveau Duc, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936
German:
Der fromme Lebemann (The Pious Playboy), tr. Robert von Voss
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
Spanish:
El Ex Duque (The Ex-Duke), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLI, 1949, 236 pp
The Interloper [nov]
US title of "The Ex-Duke"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 307 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1927, 307 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1927, 307 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ca. 1941, 307 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Hertog tegen wil en dank (The Reluctant Duke), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
French:
Le Nouveau Duc, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936
German:
Der fromme Lebemann (The Pious Playboy), tr. Robert von Voss
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
Spanish:
El Ex Duque (The Ex-Duke), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLI, 1949, 236 pp
Madame [coll]
UK title of "Madame and Her Twelve Virgins"/dd>
Contents
· The Trimming of Mr. Edgar Franks (Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1924, Jun 1927)
· The Terrible Ordeal of Sir John Fardell (Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1924)
· The First Embrace (Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1924)
· Mr. Hopp's Astute Deal (Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1924, as "An Astute Deal")
· A Gamble in Franks Oils (Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1924)
· The Black Virgin (Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1924)
· Rapasto's Last Service (Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1925)
· A Coward by Quittance (Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1925)
· Madame's Mosaic Law (Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1925, as "Madame Seeks a Prince")
· The Last of the Virgins (Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1925)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 319 pp
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Translations
French:
Madame, tr. Suzanne Flour
• Librairie des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 1947, 245 pp
German:
Madame und ihre Zwölf (Madame and Her Twelve), tr. Josef Niggli
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 219 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, 1929, 8vo, 240 pp
Spanish:
Saldo de cuentas (Settling Accounts), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVI, 1946, 218 pp
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins [coll]
US title of "Madame"
Contents
· The Trimming of Mr. Edgar Franks (Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1924, Jun 1927)
· The Terrible Ordeal of Sir John Fardell (Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1924)
· The First Embrace (Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1924)
· Mr. Hopp's Astute Deal (Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1924, as "An Astute Deal")
· A Gamble in Franks Oils (Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1924)
· The Black Virgin (Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1924)
· Rapasto's Last Service (Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1925)
· A Coward by Quittance (Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1925)
· Madame's Mosaic Law (Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1925, as "Madame Seeks a Prince")
· The Last of the Virgins (Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1925)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 325 pp
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Translations
French:
Madame, tr. Suzanne Flour
• Librairie des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 1947, 245 pp
German:
Madame und ihre Zwölf (Madame and Her Twelve), tr. Josef Niggli
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 219 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, 1929, 8vo, 240 pp
Spanish:
Saldo de cuentas (Settling Accounts), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVI, 1946, 218 pp
Miss Brown of X.Y.O. [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 344 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1927, 344 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1927, 344 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 315 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, 1951, A Hodder & Stoughton Yellow-Jacket, 8vo, 315
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Translations
Dutch:
Miss Brown, tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929
Spanish:
El cuaderno de taquigrafía (The Shorthand Notebook), tr. Manuel Vallvé
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1934, 96 pp, bi-columnar text
German:/dd>
Dessiters geheime Mission (Dessiter's Secret Mission), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 15, 1930, 246 pp
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon [coll]
Contents
· The Bamboozling of Mr. Gascoigne (Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1925)
· The Numbers of Death (Collier's Weekly, May 2, 1925)
· Mrs. Block Contributes (Collier's Weekly, May 9, 1925)
· The Café of Terror (Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1925)
· The Royal Game (Collier's Weekly, May 23, 1925, as "Royal Games")
· Blood-Money (Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1925)
· The Symbol in the Boot (Collier's Weekly, Jun 6, 1925, as "The Hiddden Symbol"
· The Salvation of Mr. Norton (Collier's Weekly, Jun 13, 1925)
· The Stink Wizard (Collier's Weekly, Jun 20, 1925, as "Monte Carlo Pays a Gas Bill")
· Christian the Concierge (Collier's Weekly, Jun 27, 1925)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929, 283 pp
The Oppenheim Omnibus, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut, Spies and Intrigues Series, 1984, in one volume with Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
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Translations
Dutch:
Avonturiers (Adventurers), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
Spanish:
Tres pícaros en Montecarlo (Three Rogues in Monte Carlo), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LVI, 1951, 216 pp
Nicholas Goade, Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Coroner's Dilemma (The Grand Magazine, ??? 1926)
· The Two Spinsters (The Grand Magazine, Jun 1926, as "The Spinsters")
· The Salving of Mr. Stanley Witt (The Grand Magazine, ??? 1926)
· The Temporary Insanity of Nicholas Goade (The Grand Magazine, ??? 1926)
· Wild Man's Logic (The Grand Magazine, ??? 1926)
· The Dean's Daughter (The Grand Magazine, ??? 1926)
· The Honourable Murderer (The Grand Magazine, Nov 1926)
· Jezebel of Valley Farm, (The Grand Magazine, Dec 1932)
· The Beautiful Sisters of Wryde (Collier's Weekly, Apr 17, 1926)
· The Passing of John the Hermit (The Grand Magazine, ??? 1926)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 319 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929, 255 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929, 255 pp
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929, 255 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De vacantie van een detective (A Detective's Holiday), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
German:
Nicholas Goade, der Detektiv tr. Robert von Voss
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin 1928, 230 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmanbücher, ca.1929, 8vo, 222 pp
Spanish:
Las vacaciones de Nicolás Goade (Nicholas Goade's Holiday), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LIII, 1950, 203 pp
The Prince of Story Tellers Tells His Own Story [nf]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 13 pp.
A pamphlet issued to mark the publication of Oppenheim's 100th novel—The Interloper. The cover image is based on the menu printed for a dinner given in Oppenheim's honor at the Lotos Club in New York in 1922
The Secret Way [sl]
Success Magazine, Feb 1927 ff, ill. Delos Palmer
(one installment, the second, was published in March 1927; the publication dates of the other installments could not be ascertained)
No record of book publication found


1928

Ada Malcolm's Dot [ss]
Variant title of The Fêted Lady, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
A Comedy in Divorce [ss]
Variant title of Twin Divorces, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Disappearance of William King [ss]
Variant title of Happy Ending, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Kenmar's Golden Day [ss]
Variant title of The Actor's Romance, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Murder at Deighton Court [nov]
Variant title of The Postmaster of Market Deignton, used in:
Famous Novel Magazine, Jan 1928
The Pedagogue of Bellevue Mansions [ss]
Variant title of The Armadi Vase, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Three to Four [ss]
Variant title of The Missing Hour, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Waiting for Tonks [ss]
Variant title of The Expected Murder, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Wife Who Failed [nov]
Variant title of Harvey Garrard's Crime, used for syndication as a serial by The Public Ledger, Philadelphia, 1928
The Dancing Gentleman [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Jan 14, 1928
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Château of Phantasies [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Jan 28, 1928
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Modern Stories (UK), Dec 1934
The Sad End of Mr. William Starr [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1928
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Mar 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Hill Street Murder [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1928
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Blemish: the Story of a Titled Murderer [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Momentous Blemish"
The Saint Mystery Magazine (US), Apr 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (Australia), Sep/Oct 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1960
Translations
French:
La tache de sang (The Bloodstain), tr. René Lécuyer
• Le Saint magazine, May 1961
The Great West Raid [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 7, 1928
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Doubtful Guest [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 21, 1928
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "Madame de Grignolles Entertains"
The Little Yellow Birds [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 4, 1928
    
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Amazing Abduction [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 18, 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Lady Among Thieves (ss)
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Incomplete Capture"
The Masked Trinity [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, May 1928
   
The Strand Magazine, ??? 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Sub-Commissioner's Parlour"
One Shall Be Taken [ss]
The Argosy (UK), May 1928
Tawsitter's Millions [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Oct 1928
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Gambler's Choice [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm story)
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1928
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Andrew Thresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
Chronicles of Melhampton [coll]
Contents
· The Small Tragedy Of Mr. Tidd (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· A Minor Hero (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· Mrs. Dowdswell's Prod Along (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· Mr. Meekes' Bombshell (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· The Incomparable Mr. Trigg (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· A Man Must Hold His Wife (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· Honeydew and Kisses (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· A Thief By Night (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· The Remarkable Astuteness Of Police-Constable Chopping (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· The Ultimate Triumph Of Mr. Tidd (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 316 pp
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co. [coll]
Contents
· The Pedagogue of Bellevue Mansions (Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1927, as "The Armadi Vase")
· Drama in the Dolls' House (Collier's Weekly, Feb 26, 1927)
· Lady Katherine's Better Nature (Collier's Weekly, Mar 12, 1927)
· A Comedy In Divorce (Collier's Weekly, April 9, 1927, as "Twin Divorces")
· Three to Four (Collier's Weekly, March 26, 1927, as "The Missing Hour)
· The Ninety-Ninth Thread (Collier's Weekly, Apr 30, 1927)
· The Disappearance Of William King (Collier's Weekly, May 7, 1927, as "The Happy Ending")
· Ada Malcolm's Dot (Collier's Weekly, May 21, 1927, as "The Fêted Lady")
· Kenmar's Golden Day (Collier's Weekly, Jun 4, 1927, as "The Actor's Romance")
· Working Backwards (Collier's Weekly, Jun 18, 1927, as "The Richest Client")
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 316 pp
Translations
German:
Die 99. Möglichkeit (The 99th Possibility), tr. Else Baronin Werkmann
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 10, 1930, 1931, 238 pp
Spanish:
Peter Bragg encuentra un socio (Peter Bragg Finds a Partner), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVIII, 1953?, 220 pp
The Fortunate Wayfarer [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 310 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1928, 352 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1928, 352 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2016
RGL HTML edition, 2016
Translations
Dutch:
De geluksvogel (The Lucky Fellow), tr.
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929
German:
Martin stolpert ins Glück (Martin Stumbles Into Fortune), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 4, ca. 1925, 1931, 240 pp
Spanish:
Más vale llegar a tiempo (It's Best to Be on Time), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXII, 1945, 237 pp
The Light Beyond [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 312 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1928, 311 pp
• A.L Burt Co., New York, 1928, 311 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1928, 311 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1928, 1939, 311 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Hodder & Stoughton Yellow Ninepennies, 1932, 128 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1950, 256 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
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Translations
Dutch:
Dukane en dochter (Dukane and Daughter), tr. van C.E. Stroman
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929
French:
Un forban d'aujourd'hui (A Modern-Day Pirate), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1934, 256 pp
German:
Spekulanten (Speculators), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 3, 1931, 272 pp
Spanish:
Un claro en la niebla (A Light in the Mist), tr. Eduardo S Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LIX, 1952, 239 pp
Master of Sinister House [nov]
Magazine title of "The Treasure House of Martin Hews" (qv)
Collier's Weekly, sl, Sep 22-Dec 15, 1928
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Treasure House of Martin Hews"
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Translations
Dutch:
De eenoogige Boedha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. C.E. Kwak-Stroman
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
Le manoir aux trésors (Treasure Manor), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Le Figaro, sl, Mar 20-Jun 4, 1940 (incomplete)
Le manoir maudit (The Cursed Manor)
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, Dec 1948
German:
Der einäugige Buddha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann Bücher, 1931, 8vo, 276 pp
Polish:
Nieuchwytny Jeff (Elusive Jeff), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Akapit, Katowice, 1992, 165 pp
Jednooki Budda (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Xeein, 2012, 294 pp
Spanish:
El Tesoro de Martin Hews (The Treasure House of Martin Hews), tr. Zoe Godoy
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1935, 96 pp, bi-columnar text
Matorni's Vineyard [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1928, 308 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1928, 308 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1928, 308 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1928, 1929, 308 pp
• World Library Guild, New York, ©1928, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 1936 (7th ed), 1940, 307 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2016
RGL HTML edition, 2016
Translations
Dutch:
Matorni's wijngaard (Matorni's Vineyard), tr. L.V.
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
"Z 33" tr. Jacques Henri-Robert
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, 1934, 1951, 253 pp
German:
Gewitter um Monte Carlo (Thunderstorm at Monte Carlo), tr. Arthur A Schönhausen
• Avalun-Presse, Dresden, 1932, 238 pp
Norwegian:
Matornis vingård (Matorni's Vineyard), tr. ?
• Oslo, 1929, 136 pp
Spanish:
La espía inesperada (The Unexpected Spy), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LVII, 1951, 203 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1962, 63 pp (abridgment)
Swedish:
Matornis vingård (Matorni's Vineyard), tr.?
• Hugo Gebers förlag, Stockholm, 1930, pp 229


1929

The Desperate Lover [ser]
Variant title of To Win the Love He Sought (qv), used in, e.g.
Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Jan 24, 1929, ff
The Herald, Victor, New York, Jan ??, 1929, ff
Clifton Springs Press, New York, Jan ??, 1929, ff
Steuben Courier, Bath New York, Feb 8, 1929, ff
The Incomplete Capture [ss]
Variant title of Lady Among Thieves, used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Judgment Postponed [ss]
Variant title of A Murderer in Love, used in:
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Lesson to Lionel Cutts [ss]
Variant title of A Lesson to Mr. Cutts, used in:
Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1929
The Lion's Den [ss]
Variant title of A Mild-mannered Murderer, used in:
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Madame de Grignolles Entertains [ss]
Variant title of A Doubtful Guest, used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Momentous Blemish [ss]
Variant title of "Blemish: the Story of a Titled Murderer," used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Translations
French:
La tache de sang (The Bloodstain), tr. René Lécuyer
• Le Saint magazine, May 1961
The Sub-Commissioner's Parlour [ss]
Variant title of The Masked Trinity, used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Tax Collector [ss]
Variant title of The Troublesome Double, used in:
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Yankeedoodle Kid [ss]
Variant title of To Be Held for Ransom, used in:
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Volume Upside-Down [ss]
Variant title of A Book Upside Down, used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Ange Marie [ss] (a Major Forester story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
An Ethical Dilemma [ss] (a Major Forester story)
No record of magazine publication found
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Master Thriller Series, No.4, 1934
Numbers One and Seven [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
A Fool and His Money [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Apr 12, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Master Cheat of Monte Carlo [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Apr 19, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Great Bear [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Mar 1929
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2013
One Night in Nice [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Big Winner [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Aug 16, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
Who Killed Montague Brest? [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 27, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Qui a tué Montague Brest? (Who Killed Montague Brest), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 155, Feb 1932
The Gambler's Road [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, May 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Nov 29, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Little Marquis [ss]
Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1963
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le petit marquis (The Little Marquis), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 148, Jan 1932
The Imperfect Alibi [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Jun 22, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jul 1963, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
Translations
French:
Le vrai coupable (The True Culprit), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 176, Jul 1932
The Call of the Burning Mascot [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 29, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Braggarts' Conference [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 13, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Mat's Luck [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 27, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
In the Dark [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Aug 10, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "The Man Without a Tie"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "The Man Without a Tie"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Man Without a Tie"
Passiter's Simple Job [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 10, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Siren of the Marsh [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Aug 24, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "Neap-Tide Madness"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "Neap-Tide Madness"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Neap-Tide Madness"
Translations
French:
Le fou des marais (The Madman of the Marshes), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 180, Aug 1932
The Tabernacle of Judgment [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 24, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Crooks Pay [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 7, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Wives Never Tell [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 21, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Thirteenth Card [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Oct 5, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), May 1958
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Nov 1958
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
La treizième carte (The Thirteenth Card), tr. René Lécuyer
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1959
Hornets Sting [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 5, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Spider and the Flies [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Oct 19, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "Not Slane's Star Turn"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "Not Slane's Star Turn"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Not Slane's Star Turn"
Riverside Snowballing [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 19, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Gentleman Bill [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Oct 26, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
The Grand Magazine, Apr 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Dec 1963
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Troublesome Kingdom of Selm [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Nov 16, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Passing of Nick of New York [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 2, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Golden Bird Of Mallory [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Nov 23, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
The Grand Magazine, Jun 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Nov 1962
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Mar 1964
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le oiseau d'or de Mallory (The Golden Bird Of Mallory), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire No. 164, Apr 1932
• Lisez-moi aventures, Revue No. 41, Jan 1950
Blackman's Wood [ss]
The Best English Detective Stories of 1928, Ronald Arbuthnot Knox and Henry Harrington (editors), Horace Liveright, New York. 1929
Two New Crime Stories: The Under-Dog; Blackman's Wood, The Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929 (The Under-Dog was by Agatha Christie)
Two Thrillers: The Under-Dog; Blackman's Wood, Daily Express Fiction Library, London, 1936
Best Detective Stories, Faber & Faber, London, 1946 (re-issue of The Best English Detective Stories of 1928 under a new title)
The Glenlitten Murder [nov]
The Chicago Tribune, sl, 27 Jan 1929 ff
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 312 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929, 309 pp
• McLelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1929, 309 pp
• Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1929, 309 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, ©1929
PGA HTML edition, 2012
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Translations
Dutch:
De geheimzinnige moord van Glenlitten (The Mysterious Glenlitten Murder), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
Le meurtre de Glenlitten (The Glenlitten Murder), tr. Hélène de Lan
• Éditions Morgan, Paris, 1946, 223 pp
Norwegian:
Félice, tr. Hans Krag
• Aschehoug, Oslo, 1932, 240 pp
Spanish:
Un crimen en Glenlitten (A Crime at Glenlitten), tr. ?
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IX, 1931, 390 pp
His Father's Crime, or: As a Man Lives [nov]
Pirated edition of "The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown"
• Street and Smith, New York, New eagle Series, No. 589. 1908, 320 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The New Tenant"
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RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "The New Tenant"
Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van Bernard Brown (The Secret of Bernard Brown), tr. ?
• Geillustreerde Roman-bibliotheek No. IV, 1904
• A.W. Segboer's Uitg-Mij, 's-Gravenhage, 1924
French:
Diner d'anniversaire (The Anniversary Dinner), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1938, 244 pp
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1950, 255 pp
The Human Chase [coll]
Contents
· The Volume Upside-Down (The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1927, as "A Book Upside Down")
· The Man With the Grey Muffler (The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1927)
· The Sad End of Mr. William Starr (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1928)
· The Hill Street Murder (The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1928)
· The Momentous Blemish (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1928, as "Blemish: The Story of a Titled Murderer")
· The Incomplete Capture (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1928, as "Lady Among Thieves")
· The Sub-Commissioner's Parlour (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 24, 1927 and The Strand Magazine, Jun 1928, as "The Masked Trinity")
· The Great We (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 21, 1928 and The Strand Magazine, Aug 1928, as "The Doubtful Guest")
· The Little Yellow Birds (The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 4, 1928 and The Strand Magazine, Sep 1928)
· The Amazing Abduction (The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 18, 1928)
· The Stubborn End (The Saturday Evening Post, Mar 3, 1928)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 1935, 8vo, 316 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2014
RGL HTML edition, 2014
Translations
French:
Le détective Benskin, tr. F. De Tilly
• Éditions Alexis Redier, 1932
German:
Menschenjagd (Manhunt), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Goldmanns Taschen-Krimi, No. 46, 1954, 218 pp
Jennerton & Co. [coll]
Contents
· Three Birds with One Stone (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1927)
· Judgment Postponed (The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1927, as "A Murderer in Love")
· The Tax Collector (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1927, as "The Troublesome Double")
· The Lion's Den (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1927, as "A Mild- mannered Murderer")
· The Yankeedoodle Kid (The Cosmopolitan, May 1927, as "To Be Held for Ransom")
· Waiting for Tonks (The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1927, as "The Expected Murder)"
· Numbers One and Seven (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Tawsitter's Millions (The Country Gentleman, Oct 1928)
· The Man With Two Bags (The Country Gentleman, Jan 1929)
· The Great Bear (The Country Gentleman, Mar 1929)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 314 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Spanish:
Jennerton y Ca. (Jennerton & Co.), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LV, 1951, 218 pp
The Treasure House of Martin Hews [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929, 372 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1929, 372 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, ©1929, 372 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1929, 372 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 1930, 1935, 8vo, 352 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1969, 8vo, 352 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De eenoogige Boedha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. C.E. Kwak-Stroman
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
Le manoir aux trésors (Treasure Manor), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Le Figaro, sl, Mar 20-Jun 4, 1940 (incomplete)
Le manoir maudit (The Cursed Manor)
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, Dec 1948
German:
Der einäugige Buddha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann Bücher, 1931, 8vo, 276 pp
Polish:
Nieuchwytny Jeff (Elusive Jeff), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Akapit, Katowice, 1992, 165 pp
Jednooki Budda (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Xeein, 2012, 294 pp
Spanish:
El Tesoro de Martin Hews (The Treasure House of Martin Hews), tr. Zoe Godoy
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1935, 96 pp, bi-columnar text
What Happened to Forester [coll]
Contents
· Ange Marie (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Modern Marauder (Collier's Weekly, Oct 15, 1927)
· The Siren of the Madrid (Collier's Weekly, Oct 29, 1927)
· An Ethical Dilemma (no record of prior magazine publication found; reprinted in The Master Thriller Series, No.4, 1934)
· The Fugitive of Adelphi Terrace (Collier's Weekly, Nov 12, 1927)
· The Battling Pacifist (Collier's Weekly, Nov 26, 1927)
· Mr. Brown and the Madonna
(Collier's Weekly, Dec 10, 1927) · The Dancing Gentleman (Collier's Weekly, Jan 14, 1928)
· With a Dash (Collier's Weekly, Dec 31, 1927)
· The Château of Phantasies (Collier's Weekly, Jan 28, 1928)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 260 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Las experiencias de Forester (Forester's Experiences), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LX, 1952, 216 pp
Who Travels Alone: The Life and Death of Alfred Loewenstein [nf]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 23, 1929, Mar 30, 1929, Apr 6, 1929; ill. Paul Brown, Joseph Simont, Clayton Knight
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1930

The Man Without a Tie [ss]
Variant title of In the Dark, used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mariote's Hour of Agony [ss]
Variant title of The Imperfect Alibi, used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le vrai coupable (The True Culprit), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 176, Jul 1932
Neap-Tide Madness [ss]
Variant title of The Siren of the Marsh, used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le fou des marais (The Madman of the Marshes), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 180, Aug 1932
Not Slane's Star Turn [ss]
Variant title of The Spider and the Flies, used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
"Bella Knows" [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Apr 1930
The Key Washed in Gold [ss]
Woman's World, Apr 1930
Toilers in the Playground [ss]
The Mentor, May 1930
The Private Secretary [ss]
Love Story Magazine, May 3, 1930
Keeping the Peace at Hampstead [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Sep 1930
The Lion and the Lamb [nov]
Collier's Weekly Dec 27, 1929 - Feb 25, 1930
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1932, 1936, 317 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 8vo, 294 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1930, 8vo, 294 pp
• World Publishing/Tower Books, Cleveland, Ohio, ©1930, 1945, 8vo, 294 pp
• Popular Library, PB#339, New York, 1951, 222 pp (abridged edition)
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Translations
Dutch:
De leeuw en het lam (The Lion and the Lamb), tr. L.V.
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 19--?, 240 pp
German:
Der Löwe und das Lamm (The Lion and the Lamb), tr. Helene Schidrowitz
• Amonesta-Verlag, Leipzig & Vienna, 1931, 316 pp
Norwegian:
Løven og lammet (The Lion and the Lamb), tr. Elice Faye-Hansen
• Oslo, 1933, 244 pp
The Million-Pound Deposit [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 20-May 25, 1929
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 316 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1930, 316 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1930, 316 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1930, 316 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Fem om en Million (Five of a Million), tr. Merete Haupt
• Copenhagen, 1935, 175 pp
Dutch:
Een geraffineerd komplot (A Cunning Scheme), tr. J. Nahuys-Duvivier
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
Six hommes et cent millions (Six Men and a Hundred Million), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Les meilleurs romans étrangers, 1935, 256 pp
German:
Das Millionendepot (The Million-Deposit), tr. Helene Schidrowitz
• Amonesta-Verlag, Leipzig and Vienna, Die versiegelten Bücher series, 1931, 8vo, 272 pp
Spanish:
La gran aventura de Lord Dutley (Lord Dutley's Grand Adventure), tr. José Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XI, 1941, 274 pp
Slane's Long Shots [coll]
Contents
· Who Killed Montague Brest? (Collier's Weekly, Apr 27, 1929)
· The Little Marquis (Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1929)
· Mariote's Hour of Agony (Collier's Weekly, Jun 22, 1929, as "The Imperfect Alibi")
· The Thirteenth Card (Collier's Weekly, Oct 5, 1929)
· The Man Without a Tie (Collier's Weekly, Aug 10, 1929, as "In the Dark")
· Neap-Tide Madness (Collier's Weekly, Aug 24, 1929, as "The Siren of the Marsh")
· Not Slane's Star Turn (Collier's Weekly, Oct 19, 1929, as "The Spider and the Flies")
· Gentleman Bill (Collier's Weekly, Oct 26, 1929)
· The Troublesome Kingdom of Selm (Collier's Weekly, Nov 16, 1929)
· The Golden Bird Of Mallory (Collier's Weekly, Nov 23, 1929)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 282 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933, 318 pp
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Translations
French:
Sir Jasper Slane et Scotland Yard, tr. Roger Loriot
• Nicholson & Watson, London (Impr. de Gérard, Verviers), 1947, Collection la Tour de Londres, 1947, 208 pp
Spanish:
Los certeros disparos de Slane (Slane's Accurate Shots), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, 1949, 208 pp
Up the Ladder of Gold [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 22-Mar 29 1930
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, ©1930, ©1931, 312 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931, 312 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1931, 312 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1931, 312 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931, 312 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 316 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De moderne Croesus (The Modern Croesus), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
Esperanto:
La Ora Ŝtuparo (The Golden Staircase), tr. ?
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, 1935, 8vo, 278 pp
French:
Le maître de l'or (The Master of Gold), tr. Jean Irlande
• Librairie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, Masque: collection de romans d'aventures, 1937, 253 pp
Spanish:
Desafío a la muerte (Until Death), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXX, 1953, 239 pp


1931

An Episode in the Career of Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent [ss]
Variant title of Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent, used in:
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings [ss]
Variant title of Paddy Flaps His Wings, used in:
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1932
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
What Sir Stephen Forgot [ss]
Variant title of In the Strongroom, used in:
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1932
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
One Terrible Night (ss)
Collier's Weekly, Jan 10, 1931
The Café Régal, the Mistral and the Lady [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1931, as "The Lady at the Café Régal"
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Anon, £1,000 [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Jan 24, 1931, as "No Questions Asked"
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, ??? ??, 1933, as "No Questions Asked<"
The Dancing Man [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1931
The Quarrel [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1931 ?
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
The Tiger on the Mountain [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Feb 28, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Paddy Flaps His Wings [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 14, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, as "Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings"
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, as "Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings"
The Imperfect Crime [ss]
Collier's Weekly Mar 28, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
In the Strongroom [ss]
Collier's Weekly Apr 11, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, as "What Sir Stephen Forgot"
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, as "What Sir Stephen Forgot"
Going, Going, Gone! [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
The Luckiest Young Man [ss]
Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Mademoiselle Anna Disappears [ss]
Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Clowns and Criminals: The Oppenheim Omnibus [coll]
Contents
· Michael's Evil Deeds
· Peter Ruff
· Recalled by the Double Four
· Jennerton & Co.
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, 1931
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Gangsters' Glory [coll]
US title of "Inspector Dickins Retires"
Contents
· The Call of the Burning Mascot (The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 29, 1929)
· The Braggarts' Conference (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 13, 1929)
· Mat's Luck (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 27, 1929)
· Passiter's Simple Job (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 10, 1929)
· The Tabernacle of Judgment (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 24, 1929)
· Crooks Pay (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 7, 1929)
· Wives Never Tell (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 21, 1929)
· Hornets Sting (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 5, 1929)
· Riverside Snowballing (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 19, 1929)
· The Passing of Nick of New York (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 2, 1929)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931, 239 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931, 239 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De bende-koningin (The Gang Queen), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
L'Inspecteur Dickins prend sa retraite (Inpector Dickins Retires), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 1936, 1950, 245 pp
Spanish:
Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York), tr. Esteban Macragh
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 2007, 92 pp
• Ediciones Ercilla, Santiago, Altera No. 127, 1937, 115 pp
El Tesoro de los Gangsters (The Gangsters' Treasure), tr. Antonio Guardiola
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 112 pp, bi-columnar text
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—Nick de Nueva York (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—Nick of New York)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves)
Inspector Dickins Retires [coll]
UK title of "Gangster's Glory"
Contents
· The Call of the Burning Mascot (The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 29, 1929)
· The Braggarts' Conference (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 13, 1929)
· Mat's Luck (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 27, 1929)
· Passiter's Simple Job (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 10, 1929)
· The Tabernacle of Judgment (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 24, 1929)
· Crooks Pay (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 7, 1929)
· Wives Never Tell (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 21, 1929)
· Hornets Sting (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 5, 1929)
· Riverside Snowballing (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 19, 1929)
· The Passing of Nick of New York (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 2, 1929)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1932, 8vo, 317 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De bende-koningin (The Gang Queen), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
L'Inspecteur Dickins prend sa retraite (Inpector Dickins Retires), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 1936, 1950, 245 pp
Spanish:
Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York), tr. Esteban Macragh
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 2007, 92 pp
• Ediciones Ercilla, Santiago, Altera No. 127, 1937, 115 pp
El Tesoro de los Gangsters (The Gangsters' Treasure), tr. Antonio Guardiola
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 112 pp, bi-columnar text
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—Nick de Nueva York (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—Nick of New York)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves)
The Man from Sing Sing [nov]
US title of "Moran Chambers Smiled"
Collier's Weekly, Aug 29-Oct 31, 1931
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 306
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1932, 306 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1932, 306 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1932, 306 pp
• The World Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Tower Book Edition, 1943, 306 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Moran Chambers glimlacht (Moran Chambers Smiled), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
French:
Le faux témoin (The False Witness), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, 1937, 253 pp
Spanish:
La sonrisa de Moran (Moran's Smile), tr. Alfonso Nadal
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1934, 91 pp
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, 1950, 255pp
• Aguilar, Madrid, 1980, in E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels)
The Oppenheim Omnibus
Subtitle: "Forty One Stories by E. Phillips Oppenheim, the Prince of Storytellers"
Contents
Stories from the collection Michael's Evil Deeds:
· The Undiscovered Murderer (The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921; The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921, as "The Green-Eyed Accomplice")
· The Kiss of Judas (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1922)
· The Menwood Road Bank Robbery (The Strand Magazine, Feb 1922; The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922, as "The Leeds Bank Robbery")
· The Honour of Monsieur Lutarde(The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1922)
· The Three Malefactors (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1922)
· The Winds of Death (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, May 1922)
· Seven Boxes of Gold (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jun 1922)
· The Unfamiliar Triangle (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jul 1922)
· Michael's Wedding Gift (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1922)
· The Mystery Advertisement (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Sep 1922)1922)
· The Great Elusion (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Oct 1922)
Stories from the collection Peter Ruff:
· An Interrupted Supper Party
· The Mystery of Job Masters
· An Episode in the Career of Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent (Pearson's Magazine (US), Nov 1909, as "Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent")
· The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw (Pearson's Magazine (US), Dec 1909)
· Delilah from Streatham (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1910)
· The Little Lady from Servia
· The Demand of the Double-Four (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1910)
· Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910)
· The Perfidy of Miss Brown (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910)
· Wonderful John Dory (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1910)
Stories from the collection Aaron Rodd—Diviner:
· The Cunning of Harvey Grimm
· Poetry by Compulsion
· An Alliance of Thieves
· Ulysses of Wapping
· The Mysterious Assistant
· Paul Brodie Strikes
· The Infidelity of Jack Lovejoy
· The Yellow Eye
· The Vengeance of Rosa Letchowiski
· The End of Jeremiah Sands
Stories from the collection Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon:
· The Bamboozling of Mr. Gascoigne
· The Numbers of Death
· Mrs. Block Contributes
· The Café of Terror
· The Royal Game
· Blood-Money
· The Symbol in the Boot
· The Salvation of Mr. Norton
· The Stink Wizard
· Christian, The Concierge
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1001 pp
Simple Peter Cradd [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931, 319 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1931, 349 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1931, 319 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1935, 8vo, 320 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931, 319 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Peter Cradd de Don Juan (Peter Cradd the Don Juan), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1932
Estonian:
Tema unelmate naine (His Dream Woman), tr. Mart Laid, ill. Ene Loopere
• Kuldsulg, Tallinn, 1997, 151 pp
French:
Peter Cradd, tr. J. Fournier-Parjoire
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936, 256 pp
German:
Die Wandlung des Peter Cradd (The Transformation of Peter Cradd, tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Verlag Avalun-Presse, Hellerau, 1932, 8vo, 236 pp
Sinners Beware [coll]
Contents
· The Café Régal, the Mistral and the Lady (The Strand Magazine, Mar 1931, as "The Lady at the Café Régal")
· Anon, £1,000 (Collier's Weekly, Jan 31, 1931)
· The Quarrel (Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1931)
· The Tiger on the Mountains (Collier's Weekly, Feb 28, 1931)
· Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings (Collier's Weekly, Mar 14, 1931, as Paddy Flaps His Wings)
· The Imperfect Crime (Collier's Weekly, Mar 28, 1931)
· What Sir Stephen Forgot (Collier's Weekly, Apr 11, 1931, as "In The Strongroom")
· Going, Going, Gone! (Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1931)
· The Luckiest Young Man in the World (Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1931)
· Mademoiselle Anna Disappears (Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1931)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1932, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 254 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Wee de zondaars (Woe to Sinners), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1932
Spanish:
El misterio del Café Regal (The Mystery of the Café Régal), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLIII, 1949, 212 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1960, 64 pp (abridgment)


1932

The Obstinate Duke [ss]
Variant title of "If the Duke Should Die," used in:br>
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Si le Duc mourait (If the Duke Should Die), tr. ?
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1959
The Commodore's Last Cigar [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
The Ghosts of Suicide Corner [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Sep 1959, pp 74 ff
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Lord Dratten's Land Deal [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
The Salvation of Mr. Timothy Ryan [ss] (a Commodore Jasen story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1931, as "Crooks in the Sunshine"
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
The Table Under the Tree [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Politics Pays Best [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Feb 1932
Fifty-Fifty [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Feb 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
No Red Ribbon for the Commodore [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Ten Things I Wish My Wife Would Do [art]
Ladies' Home Journal, May 1932
If the Duke Should Die [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jun 1932, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Translations
French:
Si le Duc mourait (If the Duke Should Die), tr. ?
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1959
The Seven Taverns of Marseilles [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Aug 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Commodore Jasen Watches His Step [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Sep 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Crooks in the Sunshine [coll]
Contents
· The Salvation of Mr. Timothy Ryan (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1931, as "Crooks in the Sunshine")
· The Table Under the Tree (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Fifty-Fifty (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Feb 1932)
· No Red Ribbon For The Commodore (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1932)
· The Obstinate Duke, (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jun 1932, as "If the Duke Should Die")
· The Seven Taverns Of Marseilles (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine), Aug 1932)
· Commodore Jasen Watches His Step (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine), Sep 1932)
· The Ghosts Of Suicide Corner (no record of magazine publication found)
· Lord Dratten's Land Deal (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Commodore's Last Cigar (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1932)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 296 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 296
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934, 286 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Misdaad aan de Riviera (Crime on the Riviera), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
French:
Les Bandits de la Riviera, tr. Marie-Louise Chaulin
• Les meilleurs romans étranger, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1933, 249 pp
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1947
Spanish:
Siete tabernas en Marsella (Seven Taverns in Marseille), tr. Esteban Macragh
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, No. 3-10, 1934, 92 pp
Jeremiah and the Princess [nov]
Ladies Home Journal, sl, Apr 1932-Jul 1932
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, 310 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, 310 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 310 pp
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, Collection of British and American Authors, No. 5104, 1933, 279 pp
• RGL EPUB edition, 2016
<• RGL HTML edition, 2016
Translations
Dutch:
Jeremiah en de prinses (Jeremiah and the Princess), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
Spanish:
Jeremías y la princesa, tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XIV, 1942, 267 pp
Moran Chambers Smiled [nov]
UK title of "The Man from Sing Sing"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Jacket series, 1932, 1936, 8vo, 318 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Ninepenny series, 1933, 128 pp
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, Collection of British and American Authors, No. 5064, 1932, 303 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1954, 192 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Moran Chambers glimlacht (Moran Chambers Smiled), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
French:
Le faux témoin (The False Witness), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, 1937, 253 pp
Spanish:
La sonrisa de Moran (Moran's Smile), tr. Alfonso Nadal
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1934, 91 pp
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, 1950, 255pp
• Aguilar, Madrid, 1980, in E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels)
Murder at Monte Carlo [nov]
The Red Book Magazine, sl, Feb-May 1932
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, 308 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 308pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, 1934 1935 317 pp
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934, 288 pp
The Advertiser, Adelaide, Australia, Dec 17, 1932- Jan 7, 1933, as "Wolves Amongst the Honey"
• The World Syndicate Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1935
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Translations
Danish:
Mord i Monte Carlo, tr. Ebba Grünnbaum
• Kriminal-Klubben, Copenhagen, 1934, 159 pp
Dutch:
Moord te Monte Carlo (Murder at Monte Carlo), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
The Ostrekoff Jewels [nov]
• Cassell's Magazine, Dec 1931-May 1932
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 329 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1932, 329 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, 1933, 1934, 8vo, 314 pp
• Library of Congress, Washington, NLS/BPH, 1933, 3 vols. of Braille
  
• The Detroit Free Press, Dec 3, 1933 (abridged)
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Translations
Dutch:
De Ostrekoff juweelen (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers & Zoon's, Utrecht, ca 1932, 223 pp
French:
Les Bijoux des Ostrekoff (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr. Louise Dominique Gillet
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1934, 203 pp
German:
Die Juwelen der Ostrekows (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Avalun-Presse, Leipzig, 1933, 218 pp
Italian:
I gioielli degli Ostrekoff (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr.?
• Salani Editore, Florence, Romanzi della rosa, No. 273, 1970, 249 pp
The Secret Service Omnibus
Contents
· Miss Brown of X.Y.O.
· The Wrath to Come
· Matorni's Vineyard
· The Great Impersonation
· Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
• Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., London, 1932, 1241 pp
Shudders and Thrills: The Second Oppenheim Omnibus
Contents
· The Evil Shepherd
· Ghosts of Society
· The Amazing Partnership
· The Channay Syndicate
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, 1932, 1936, 836 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 1041 pp
• McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1932, 1041 pp


1933

No Questions Asked [ss]
Variant title of Anon, £1,000, used in:
Collier's Weekly, Jan 24, 1931
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, mm dd, 1933
Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation [ss]
Variant title of Uncle Hiram to the Rescue, used in:
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
Sometimes Juries Err [ss]
Variant title of Juries Sometimes Err, used in:
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
Captain Bronsen's Cargo [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Wise Man from the West [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
A Sporting Gesture [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Jan 1, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Killing of Monica Quayles [ss]
Maclean's, Mar 1, 1933
• Pearson's Magazine, May 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Battle of the Suites [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Apr 1, 1933
Pearson's Magazine, Jul 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
Juries Sometimes Err [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Apr 15, 1933
Pearson's Magazine, Aug 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Man on the Waterlogged Ketch [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Mar 15, 1933
Pearson's Magazine, Jun 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Cinema Murder [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, May 1, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Mystery Ticket [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
Uncle Hiram to the Rescue [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, as "Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation"
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, as "Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation"
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, as "Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation"
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, as "Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation"
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as "Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation"
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971, as "Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation"
The Sibyl Stories, No. 1. [ss]
• Title of story not ascertained
Ladies' Home Journal, Jun 1933
The Sibyl Stories, No. 2. An Olympian Debacle [ss]
Ladies' Home Journal, Aug 1933, ill. Rico Tomaso
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Sibyl Stories No.3. Broken Engagements [ss]
Ladies' Home Journal, Oct 1933
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Advice Limited, No.1 [ss]
• Title of story not ascertained
Woman's Home Companion, July 1933, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, No.2:
• Title of story not ascertained
Woman's Home Companion, Aug 1933, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, No 3: The Listening Lady [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
Woman's Home Companion, Nov 1933, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Wolves Amongst the Honey [nov]
Variant title of "Murder at Monte Carlo," used in:
The Advertiser, Adelaide, Australia, Dec 17, 1932-Jan 7, 1933
The Ex-Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Killing of Monica Quayles (Maclean's Magazine, Mar 1, 1933)
· The Man on the Water-Logged Ketch (Maclean's Magazine, Mar 15, 1933)
· The Battle of the Suites (Maclean's Magazine, Apr 1, 1933)
· Sometimes Juries Err (Maclean's Magazine, Apr 15, 1933)
· The Wise Man from the West (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Cinema Murder (Maclean's Magazine, May 1, 1933)
· Captain Bronsen's Cargo (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Mystery Ticket (Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1933)
· A Sporting Gesture (Maclean's Magazine, Jan 1, 1933)
· Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation (Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1933)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, 272 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 272 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, 272 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 272 pp
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971, 272 pp
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Translations
Spanish:
De detective a baronet (From Detective to Baronet), tr. Juan de Robles
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXIX, 1947, 235 pp
The Gallows of Chance [nov]
Collier's Weekly, sl, Jan 7-April 8, 1933
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1934, 332 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1934, 332 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1934, 332 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1934, 1936, 319 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 332 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Med Løkken om Halsen (With a Rope Around the Neck), tr. Ebba Grünbaum
• Copenhagen, 1935, 192 pp
Dutch:
Een gevaarlijk geheim (A Dangerous Secret), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1934
De wederwaardigheden van Malcolm Gosset (Malcolm Gosset's Lies), tr. A.H. Mohrmann
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
French:
Un Homme d'honneur (A Man of Honour), tr. Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1935, 240 pp
Portuguese:
O Enforcado (The Hanged Man), tr. Ramiro de Carvalho
• Lisbon, 1935?, 8vo, 253 pp
Many Mysteries [coll](stories by other writers, edited Oppenheim)
• Rich & Cowan Ltd., London, 1933, 925 pp


1934

Advice Limited, No. 4: The Ranelagh Mystery [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
Woman's Home Companion, Jan 1934, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
The Man Who Lifted the Blind [ss]
The Argosy (UK), Jul 1934
The Devil's Wind [ss] (a General Besserley story)
The American Monthly, Aug 1934
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Oct 1954
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jun 1955
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Sinners Beware [ss]
The Thriller, Oct 20, 1934
The Man Who Saved the World [nov]
Variant title of "The Spy Paramount," used in:
Collier's Weekly, Aug 18-Oct 20, 1934
The Bank Manager [nov]
UK title of "The Man Without Nerves"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1934, 8vo, 319 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Man Without Nerves"
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RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "The Man Without Nerves"
Translations
Dutch:
De bankdirecteur (The Bank Manager), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
French:
L'Étrange directeur de banque (The Strange Bank Manager), tr. Pierre-François Caillé
• Éditions F. Rouff, Paris, Collection la Clé, No, 4, 1938, 222 pp
Spanish:
El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves), tr. G. López Hipkiss
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, No. 54, 1965, 256 pp
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—El hombre sin nervios (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—The Man Without Nerves)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York)
The Man Without Nerves [nov]
US title of "The Bank Manager"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1934, 311 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1934, 311 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1934, 311 pp
• McCelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1934, 311
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 8vo, 322 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
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RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "The Man Without Nerves"
Translations
Dutch:
De bankdirecteur (The Bank Manager), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
French:
L'Étrange directeur de banque (The Strange Bank Manager), tr. Pierre-François Caillé
• Éditions F. Rouff, Paris, Collection la Clé, No, 4, 1938, 222 pp
Spanish:
El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves), tr. G. López Hipkiss
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, No. 54, 1965, 256 pp
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—El hombre sin nervios (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—The Man Without Nerves)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York)
The Spy Paramount [nov]
Variant title of "The Man Who Saved the World"
Collier's Weekly Aug 18-Oct 20, 1934 as "The Man Who Saved The World"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1935, 285 pp
• Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1935
• P.F. Collier & Son Corp, New York, 1935, 285 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935, 285 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1935, 285 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1935, 1938, 285 pp
• Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1935
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1938, 1939, 1941, 312 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Mesterspionen (Master Spies), tr. Anna Linck
• Jespersen og Pios Forlag, Copenhagen, 1939, 159 pp
Dutch:
De geniale spion (The Brilliant Spy), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1936
Spanish:
Adorable espiá (Adorable Spy), tr. D. Howarth & E. Hauge
• Revista Literaria, Madrid, "Novelas y cuentos," 1957, 58 pp (abridgment)
The Strange Boarders of Palace Crescent [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Apr 7-May 19, 1934
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1934, 308 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1934, 308 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1934, 308 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1934, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1936, 313 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, H.&S. Ninepenny Series, 1938, 128 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1954, 191 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Mordet i Gyden (Murder in the Alley), tr. ?
• Copenhagen, 1939, 196 pp
Dutch:
Het geheimzinnige pension (The Mysterious Lodging House), tr. L.J.A.M. Berkhout-Willemse
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935


1935

Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee [ss]
Variant title of "The Ranelagh Mystery," used in:
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mystery of Monte Carlo [ss]
Variant title of The Auctioneer's Licence used in:
This Week, the Sunday magazine supplement of The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 24, 1935
Buttercups and Daisies [ss]
Variant title of Behind Barred Doors, used in:
Ask Miss Mott, Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Informers Still Pay [ss]
Variant title of Settled Out of Jail, used in:
Ask Miss Mott, Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Marconi Saves Miss Mott [ss]
Variant title of First Catch the Girlused in:
Ask Miss Mott, Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Noah's Ark [ss]
Variant title of "The House of Dread," used in:
Ask Miss Mott, Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Meredith Walks Out [ss]
Variant title of Against Orders, used in:
Ask Miss MottCollier & Son, New York, 1935
The Story Without a Title [nov]
Newspaper title of "Floating Peril/The Bird of Paradise," used in:
The New York Post, Jan 28-May 20, 1935. The New York Post serialised this story within the framework of a competition in which readers were asked to determine the best title for each chapter and the best title for the novel as a whole. The prize for the winner of the competition was $15,000.
The Terrified Wife [ss]
Variant title of The Other Letter, used in:
Ask Miss Mott, Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Legacy of Adventure [ser]
Variant title of "Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees," used in
This Week, a Sunday supplement syndicated to over 30 US newspapers between 1935 and 1969. The series was published in This Week from Oct 27 to Dec 29, 1935 and was illustrated by Marshall Frantz. Presumably some, if not all, of the syndicated story titles differ from those used in the book. The only title that could be verified in the course of research is that of the fifth story in the series—The Mystery of Monte Carlo—, which appeared in This Week on Nov 24, 1935. This title was not used in the book, where the fifth story is The Auctioneer's Licence.
The Bride of the Shining Hour [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Butterfly in the Death Chamber [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Giants in the Counting-House [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Lady in the Grey Wig [ss] (a General Besserley story)
The Strand Magazine, Oct 1934
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Man Who Harnessed the Laws of Chance [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Man Who Thought He Was a Pauper [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
The Man Who Thought He Was a Pauper, Todd Publishing Co., London, 1943 (16-page booklet format)
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Mysterious Pirandettis [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Phantom Fleet [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
Cloak and Dagger : A Treasury of 35 Great Espionage Stories, Avenel Books, New York, 1988
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Ask Miss Mott [ss]
Not included in the print versions of the homonymous book))
Collier's Magazine, Feb 9, 1935, pp. 7-9, 28
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
Lost Miss Greene [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
The Magic Popgun [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Feb 16, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
The House of Dread [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Feb 23, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Noah's Ark"
Behind Barred Doors [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 2, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
The House by the River [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 9, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
Against Orders [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 16, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Meredith Walks Out"
First Catch the Girl [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 23, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
The Other Letter [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 30, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "The Terrified Wife"
Settled Out of Jail [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Apr 6, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Informers Still Pay"
A Night of Fantasies [ss]
The Strand Magazine, May 1935.
Dinner Without Masks [ss]
The Story-Teller (UK), May 1935
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Jun 1956
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Oct 1956
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Translations
French:
Invitée du cambrioleur (The Burglar's Guest), tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Apr 1957
The Atonement of Mr. Mountain [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Oct 27, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Oct 1935
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Popinjay and the Emerald [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Nov 3, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Nov 1935
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Perfect Witness [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Nov 10, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Dec 1935
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Unexpected Murder [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Nov 17, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Jan 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Auctioneer's Licence [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Nov 24, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Feb 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
Ann Joins the Club [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 1, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Mar 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
Percy Skirts the Morass [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 8, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Apr 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
Miracle at Monte Carlo [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 15, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, May 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
An Opportunist in Arms [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 15, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Jun 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
Who's Who at the Party [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 29, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Jul 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
Advice Limited [coll] (stories featuring Clara, Baroness Linz)
Contents
· Thirty-Nine Wooden Boxes (no record of magazine publication found)
· An Olympian Debacle (Ladies' Home Journal, Aug 1933, as "The Sibyl Stories, No. 2: An Olympian Debacle"
· Broken Engagements (Ladies' Home Journal, Oct 1933)
· Too Many Dukes (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Ritz Hotel Conference (no record of magazine publication found)
· Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee (Woman's Home Companion, Jan 1934, as "The Ranelagh Mystery"
· Help for Mr. Goldman (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Lonely Man (no record of magazine publication found)
· A Family Misunderstanding (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Listening Lady (Woman's Home Companion, Nov 1933)
· A Gift from the Gods (no record of magazine publication found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 311 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, 318 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 318 pp
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970, 311 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
Ask Miss Mott [coll]
Contents
· Burglars Must Dine (The Story-Teller, London, May 1935, as Dinner Without Masks)
· The Magic Popgun (Collier's Magazine, Feb 16, 1935)
· Noah's Ark (Collier's Magazine, Feb 23, 1935, as "The House of Dread"
· Buttercups and Daisies (Collier's Magazine, Mar 2, 1935, as Behind Barred Doors)
· The House by the River (Collier's Magazine, Mar 9, 1935)
· Lost Miss Greene (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Meredith Walks Out (Collier's Magazine, Mar 16, 1935 as "Against Orders")
· Marconi Saves Miss Mott (Collier's Magazine, Mar 23, 1935 as First Catch The Girl
· The Terrified Wife (Collier's Magazine, Mar 30, 1935 as "The Other Letter")
· Informers Still Pay (Collier's Magazine, Apr 6, 1935 as "Settled Out of Jail")
• Collier & Son, New York, 1935, 8vo, 286 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, 8vo, 313 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, 8vo, 286 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937, 8vo, 286 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, 8vo, 286 pp
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, Short Story Index Reprint Series, 1970, 8vo, 286 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
The PGA and RGL editions include the short story "Ask Miss Mott" (Collier's Magazine, Feb 9, 1935), the original version of "Burglars Must Dine."
Translations
French:
Miss Nell détective, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les Meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1939, 255 p
Spanish:
Pregúntelo a la señorita Mott, tr. M.T. Quintana
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XVII, 1943, 213 pp
The Battle of Basinghall Street [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1936, 1937, 314 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1935, 314 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935, 314 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1935, 314 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, 314 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1935, 1938, 314 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
De slag van Basinghall Street (The Battle of Basinghall Street), tr. L.J.A.M. Berkhout-Willemse
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1936
Spanish:
Triunfos de juventud (Triumphs of Youth), tr. Joseé & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XVI, 1943, 248 pp
General Besserley's Puzzle Box [coll]
Contents
· The Man Who Thought He Was a Pauper (no record of magazine publication found; republished separately as a 16-page booklet by Todd Publishing Co., London, 1943)
· The Lady in the Grey Wig (The Strand Magazine, Oct 1934)
· The Man Who Harnessed the Laws of Chance (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Phantom Fleet (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Devil's Wind (The American Monthly, Aug 1934)
· The Mysterious Pirandettis (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Butterfly in the Death Chamber (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Giants in the Counting-house (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Bride of the Shining Hour (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1936, 8vo, 282 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935, 260 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935, 260 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935, 260 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
Translations
Spanish:
El poder del dinero (The Power of Money), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXV, 1948, 222 pp


1936

A Family Misunderstanding [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
A Gift from the Gods [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Help for Mr. Goldman [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Lonely Man [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Ritz Hotel Conference [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Thirty-Nine Wooden Boxes (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Too Many Dukes [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Crime on Her Mind: 15 Stories of Female Sleuths from the Victorian Era to the Forties, Pantheon Books, New York, 1975 and Penguin Books, London, 1977
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Marriage Problem [art]
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, Jan 4, 1936
The Third Shot [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week, Oct 25, 1936
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Feb 19, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Bird of Paradise [nov]
UK title of "Floating Peril"
• originally serialised as "The Story Without a Title" in The New York Post, Jan 28-May 20, 1935
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, 318 pp
The Argus, sl, Melbourne, 16 Dec 1935 ff
The Sydney Morning Herald, sl, 25 Dec 1935 ff
PGA HTML edition, 2012
RGL EPUB edition, 2012
RGL HTML edition, 2012
Translations
Dutch:
Het raadsel aan boord (The Puzzle on Board), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie No. 35, 1936
The Dumb Gods Speak [nov]
Collier's Weekly, sl, Aug 29-Oct 31, 1936
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, 304 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1937, 304 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937, 1938, 1939, 319 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 304 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1970, 319 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1970, 319 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2014
RGL HTML edition, 2014
Translations
Dutch:
Het oorlogsmonster geketend (The War Monster Chained), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1940
Floating Peril [nov]
US title of "The Bird of Paradise"
• originally serialised as "The Story Without a Title" in The New York Post, Jan 28-May 20, 1935
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, 309 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1936, 309 pp
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, "A Burt Book," 1936, 309 pp
• The New York Post, book edition, 1936, 309 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1936, 309 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1936, 1939, 309 pp
PGA HTML edition, 2012, as "The Bird of Paradise"
RGL EPUB edition, 2012, as "The Bird of Paradise"
RGL HTML edition, 2012, as "The Bird of Paradise"
Judy of Bunter's Buildings [nov]
UK title of "The Magnificent Hoax"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1941, 8vo, 318 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2014, as "The Magnificent Hoax"
RGL HTML edition, 2014, as "The Magnificent Hoax"
Translations
Dutch:
Judy, danseresje (Dancing Judy), tr. hr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1937
French:
La Double Vie de Lady Judith, tr. G. Longuet
• Éditions de France, 1937
The Magnificent Hoax [nov]
US title of "Judy of Bunter's Buildings"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936. 316 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1936, 326 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1936, 316 pp
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, "A Burt Book," 1936, 316 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1940, 316 pp
RGL EPUB edition, 2014
RGL HTML edition, 2014
Translations
Dutch:
Judy, danseresje (Dancing Judy), tr. hr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1937
French:
La Double Vie de Lady Judith, tr. G. Longuet
• Éditions de France, 1937


1937

Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees [coll]
Variant title of the syndicated series "Legacy of Adventure" (qv);
Contents
· The Atonement of Mr. Mountain (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Oct 27, 1935)
· The Popinjay and the Emerald (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 3, 1935)
· The Perfect Witness (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 10, 1935)
· The Unexpected Murder (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 17, 1935)
· The Auctioneer's Licence (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 24, 1935, as "The Mystery of Monte Carlo")
· Ann Joins the Club (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 1, 1935)
· Percy Skirts the Morass (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 8, 1935)
· Miracle at Monte Carlo (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 15, 1935)
· An Opportunist in Arms (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 22, 1935)
· Who's Who at the Party (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 29, 1935)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937, 1939, 8vo, 287 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 257 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938, 257 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938, 257 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 257 pp
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The Hour of Reckoning [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week magazine, The New York Herald Tribune, Feb 7, 1937
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Feb 26, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Hour of Reckoning and The Mayor of Ballydaghan, Todd Publishing Co., London, 1944
Julie Joins the Force [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week magazine, The New York Herald Tribune, Feb 14, 1937
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Feb 12, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
Murder at the Milan [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week magazine, The New York Herald Tribune, Feb 21, 1937
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Feb 5, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
Envoy Extraordinary [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937, 1938, 1940, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, 307 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937, 307 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1937, 307 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1937, 1939, 307 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Geheime opdracht (Secret Mission), tr. Clare Lennart
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie, 1945
Spanish:
Enviado especial (Envoy Extraordinary), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXV, 1946, 243 pp
The Mayor on Horseback [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, 353 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937, 353 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1937, 353 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De burgemeester te paard (The Mayor on Horseback), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1945


1938

A Lucky Theft [ss]
Variant title of The Three Thieves, used in:
The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, Jun 18, 1938
A Rough-House at the Studio
Variant title of "A Rough-House at Elstree," used in:
The Australian Women's Weekly, Sep 10, 1938
Bunglers at the Game [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
The Australian Women's Weekly, Oct 28, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Flower of Death [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
No record of magazine publication found
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Saint Magazine (US), Mar 1967
The Mayor of Ballydaghan [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week, mm dd, 1936
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Jan 22, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Hour of Reckoning and The Mayor of Ballydaghan, Todd Publishing Co., London, 1944
A Rough-House at Elstree [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week, mm dd, 1936
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Sep 10, 1938, as "A Rough House at the Studio"
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Three Strangers [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
No record of magazine publication found
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Mar 19, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
Tragedy Dined with Lord Blunt—variant title of Tragedy Dined with Sir Gerald Daynton (qv)
Tragedy Dined with Sir Gerald Daynton [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week, mm dd, 1936
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938, as "Tragedy Dined with Lord Blunt"
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Colossus of Arcadia [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938, 1940, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 327 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938, 327 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1938, 327 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 327 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Vlucht naar Monaco (Flight to Monaco), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie No. 23, 1939
The Spymaster [nov]
Collier's Weekly, sl, Aug 20-Oct 22, 1938
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 300 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938, 300 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1938, 300 pp
• Sundial Press, New York, ©1938, 1940, 300 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1942, 8vo, 288 pp
• Thriller Book Club, London, 1939, 8vo, 288 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1950, 256 pp
Translations
Danish:
I hemmelig Tjeneste (In Secret Service), tr. William Jensen
• Copenhagen, 1940, 160 pp
Spanish:
Espías en Londres (Spies in London), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXIV 1946, 244 pp
A Pulpit in the Grill Room [coll] (Charles Lyson stories)
Contents
· The Mayor of Ballydaghan (This Week, mm dd, 1936)
· Tragedy Dined with Sir Gerald Daynton (This Week, mm dd, 1936)
· A Rough-House at Elstree (This Week, mm dd, 1936)
· The Third Shot (This Week, Oct 25, 1936)
· The Hour of Reckoning (This Week, Feb 7, 1937)
· Murder at the Milan (This Week, Feb 21, 1937)
· Julie Joins the Force (This Week, Feb 14, 1937)
· The Three Strangers (This Week, mm dd, 1937)
· Bunglers at the Game (This Week, mm dd, 1937)
· The Flower of Death (This Week, mm dd, 1937)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938, 1939, 1952, 252 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 264 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 264 pp
• Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940, 264 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Una tribuna en el Milán (A Podium in the Milan), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXIX, 1953, 218 pp


1939

£100,000 Risk [ss]
This Week, Jun 18, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Apr 1984, as "The Million-Pound Risk"
A Broken Sabbath [ss]
This Week, Jul 2, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Calais Gun [ss]
This Week, May 28, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Drama on the Sixth Tee [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Duchess Gave a Party [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
Fifty Thousand Francs and a Marriage Licence for Marie Louise [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
General Besserley Runs the Gauntlet [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Husband of O-Nan-Sen [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
An Inexpensive Kiss [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Kidnapping of Mr. Peter Jardine [ss]
This Week, May 21, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Knaves' Messenger [ss]
This Week, Jun 25, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), May 1957
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Mar 1958
Translations
French:
L'Affaire Tégnier (The Tégnier Affair), tr.
• Le Saint magazine, Oct 1958
The Man in the Grey Suede Gloves [ss]
This Week, Jul 9, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
Marie Louise Will Be There [ss]
This Week, May 14, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
Miss Fiske, Sir Somervell Glyde and Two Miracles [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
Mrs. Masters and Her Playboy [ss]
This Week, Jul 16, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Murder Triangle [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
My Hunch Wasn't So Bad After All [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
Oh, Fair Delilah! [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Phantom Thief [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
Philanthropy Sometimes Pays [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Price of Felicity [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Princess of Hebor and the Man from Smith's [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Shadow Man [ss]
This Week, Jun 11, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
Shocking Bad Luck on the Baron [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Sphinx Whispered [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Stranger at the Bar [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Third Key [ss]
This Week, Jun 4, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
Tresillian Found a Cure [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Trifling Lapse of the Mayor of St. Marac [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Unprepossessing Danseuse [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
A Wet Day's Tragedy for Andrew Mason [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
And Still I Cheat the Gallows [coll]
Contents
· Oh, Fair Delilah! (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Phantom Thief (no record of magazine publication found)
· An Inexpensive Kiss (no record of magazine publication found)
· Shocking Bad Luck on the Baron (no record of magazine publication found)
· Philanthropy Sometimes Pays (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Murder Triangle (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Price of Felicity (no record of magazine publication found)
· Miss Fiske, Sir Somervell Glyde and Two Miracles (no record of magazine publication found)
· My Hunch Wasn't So Bad After All (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Princess of Hebor and the Man from Smith's (no record of magazine publication found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 8vo, 255 pp
Translations
Castellan:
Y, a pesar de todo, escapé a la horca (And Still I Cheat the Gallows), tr. M. Gurrea
• Poseidon, Buenos Aires, Colección Pandora, No. 24, 1943, 155 pp
Spanish:
Ladrón de joyas y... (Jewel Thief and...), tr. Vicente Clavel
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXI, 1947, 220 pp
Exit a Dictator [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 1941, 1952, 8vo, 288 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 315 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 315 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939, 315 pp
• Sun Dial Press, New York, 1941, 315 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Dictator af! (Dictator Begone!), tr. P. Nijhuis-Groeneveldt
• A.G. Schoonderbeek, Laren N.H., Raven-reeks, 1940
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box [coll]
Contents
· The Duchess Gave a Party
· Business for Father
· General Besserley Runs the Gauntlet
· The Unprepossessing Danseuse
· The Husband of O-Nan-Sen
· The Trifling Lapse of the Mayor of St. Marac
· Fifty Thousand Francs and a Marriage Licence for Marie Louise
· The Sphinx Whispered
· A Wet Day's Tragedy for Andrew Mason
· The Drama on the Sixth Tee
· The Stranger at the Bar
· Tresillian Found a Cure
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 253 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 281 pp
Translations
Spanish:
El sembrador de dicha (The Sower of Happiness), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXVI, 1948, 209 pp
The Milan Grill Room [coll]
Contents
· Marie Louise Will Be There
· The Kidnapping of Mr. Peter Jardine
· The Calais Gun
· The Third Key
· The Shadow Man
· £100,000 Risk
· The Knaves' Messenger
· A Broken Sabbath
· The Man in the Grey Suede Gloves
· Mrs. Masters and Her Playboy
This Week, May 21-Jul 29, 1939
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942, 8vo, 255 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941, 263 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939, 315 pp
Sir Adam Disappeared [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 1940, 258 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 332 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 332 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1939, 332 pp
• Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940, 332 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1952, 190 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Sir Adam, tr. Marja Wolters
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie, 1945
De verdwijning van Sir Adam (Sir Adam's Disappearance), tr. Henk de Rijk
• Prisma 1304, 1968
Spanish:
Sir Adam ha desaparecido (Sir Adam Disappeared), tr. H.C. Granch
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las novelas de la palma, No. 5, 1943?, 159 pp
• Barcelona : Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, 1958, 159 pp
• Barcelona : Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, 1963, 206 pp
• Plaza & Janés, Esplugas de Llobregat, 1980 (©1963), 219 pp
The Strangers' Gate [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 328 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 328 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, ©1939, 328 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939, 328 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 319 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De poort der gedoemden (Gate of the Damned), tr. J.D.A. van Gumster
• A.G. Schoonderbeek, Laren N.H., Raven-reeks, Raven-reeks No. 40. 1940


1940

The Grassleyes Mystery [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1940, 337 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1940, 337 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1940, 337 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, ©1940, 337 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 286 pp
• The Thriller Book Club, London, 1943, 205 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het Grassleyes-mysterie, tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie, 1945
Spanish:
El misterio de Grassleyes, tr. Martinez Sagrera
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las novelas de la palma, No. 37, ca 1940, 154 pp
Last Train Out [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1940, 309 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1940, 309 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1940, 309 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1940, 309 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1941, 256 pp
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Translations
Spanish:
El último tren (The Last Train), tr. Antonio Tono & Leoncio Sureda
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXIII, 1952, 235 pp


1941

The Shy Plutocrat [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1941, 8vo, 252 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941, 285 pp
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Translations
French:
Le millionnaire timide (The Timid Millionaire), tr. Julie Toulouse
$bull; Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1947
The Pool of Memory [nf]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1941, 1942, 299 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1942, 341 pp
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1942

My First Work [art]
Lilliput, Feb 1942
In this article Oppenheim states that his first paid work was the story "Curate and Fiend," which appeared in The Leicester Mercury when he was 18 years old.
The Man Who Changed His Plea [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1942, 288 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1942, 291 pp
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1943

Burglars Must Dine [ss]
Variant title of "Dinner Without Masks," used in:
Ask Miss Mott
• printed separately as a 16-page booklet by Todd Publishing Co., London, 1943
Translations
French:
Invitée du cambrioleur (The Burglar's Guest), tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Apr 1957
The Man Who Thought He Was a Pauper [ss]
• Todd Publishing Co., London, 1943, 8vo, 16 pp (reprint of story from General Besserley's Puzzle Box in booklet format
Mr. Mirakel [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1943, 8vo, 224 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1943, 279 pp
• Gosset & Dunlap, New York, 1943, 279 pp

  
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1944

The Hour of Reckoning and The Mayor of Ballydaghan [ss]
• Todd Publishing Co., London, 1944
two stories from The Pulpit in the Grill Room published in booklet format


1945

No publication found so far


1946

The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus No. 1 [coll]
Contents
· The Mysterious Mr. Sabin
· A Maker of History
· The Illustrious Prince
• Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 1946, 819 pp


1965

Running Away from the Mones [ss]
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jan 1965


1984

The Million Pound Risk [ss]
Variant title of The £100,000 Risk, used in:
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Apr 1984.
The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus, Vol. 2 [coll]
Contents
· Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
· Mr. Billingham, the Marquis, and Madelon (Spies & Intrigues Series, No. 1)
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut, 1984


2004

Secrets and Sovereigns: The Uncollected Stories of E. Phillips Oppenheim [coll]
Contents
· Introduction: The Prince of Story Tellers, by Daniel Paul Morrison
· E. Phillips Oppenheim: The Prince of Story Tellers Tells His Own Story,
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
· *The Ambassador's Dilemma, The Windsor Magazine, vol 12, 1900
· *Mr. Ashley's Failure, The Windsor Magazine, vol 14, 1901
· *The Man Who Saved the President's Life*, The Windsor Magazine, vol 17, 1903
· *The Man Whom Nobody Liked, The Windsor Magazine, vol 19, 1903
· The Great Fortuna Mine, The Harmsworth London Magazine, Jun 1903
· John Garland the Deliverer, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1908
· The Money-Spider, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1908
· False Gods [ss], The Strand Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Ill-Laid Scheme of Mr. Ambrose Weare [ss], The Strand Magazine, Apr 1909
· The Three Thieves, Cassell's Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Turning Wheel, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1909
· The Sovereign in the Gutter, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1909
· Mr. Hardrow's Secretary, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1909
· The Restless Traveller, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1910
· One Luckless Hour, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1910
· Quits [ss], The Strand Magazine, Nov 1910
· The Deserter, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1910
· The Outcast, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1911
· The Perfidy of Henry Midgley, The Strand Magazine, Jul 1911
· A Collector's Bibliograpy of Oppenheim Books, by Daniel Paul Morrison
• Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
[The titles preceded by an asterisk were in fact collected during Oppenheim's lifetime; they appeared in For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912.]


2012

The Deliberate Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Rescue of Warren Tyrrwell, Munsey's Magazine, Dec 1913)
· The Princess Pays, Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1914)
· The Other Side of the Wall, Munsey's Magazine, Feb 1914)
· The Murder of William Blessing, Munsey's Magazine, Mar 1914)
· The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy, Munsey's Magazine, Apr 1914)
· The Spider's Parlour, Munsey's Magazine, May 1914)
· The Silent People, Munsey's Magazine, Jun 1914)
· The Glen Terrace Tragedy, Munsey's Magazine, Jul 1914)
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2013

Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler [coll]
Contents
· Gambler's Choice, The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1928
· A Fool and His Money, The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1929
· The Master Cheat of Monte Carlo, The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1929
· One Night in Nice, The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1929
· The Big Winner, The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1929
· The Gambler's Road,The Cosmopolitan, May 1929
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Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909 [coll]
Contents
· A Commonplace Jest, The Sketch, London, Apr 22, 1903
· The Great Fortuna Mine, The London Harmsworth Magazine, Jun 1903
· The Hundredth Night, The Smart Set, Dec 1903
· The Little Grey Lady, The Windsor Magazine, Jan 1905
· The Two Ambassadors, The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1905
· John Garland the Deliverer, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1908
· The Money-Spider, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1908
· False Gods, The Strand Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Three Thieves, Cassell's Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Ill-Laid Scheme of Mr. Ambrose Weare, The Strand Magazine, Apr 1909
· The Subjection of Louise, The Sketch, London, Dec 30, 1903
· The Turning Wheel, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1909
· The Sovereign in the Gutter, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1909
· Mr. Hardrow's Secretary, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1909
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Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914 [coll]
Contents
· The Prince of Crersa, The People's Home Journal, Jan 1910
· The Restless Traveller, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1910
· One Luckless Hour, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1910
· Quits, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1910
· The Deserter, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1910
· The Outcast, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1911
· The Perfidy of Henry Midgley, The Strand Magazine, Jul 1911
· As Far As They Had Got (co-author), The Strand Magazine, Aug 1911
· The Girl from Manchester, The Strand Magazine, Mar 1912
· The Experiment of Stephen Glask, Ironmonger, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1912
· The Road to Liberty, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1913
· A Lesson to Lionel Cutts, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1914
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§ 2. NOVELS
[ALPHABETICAL LISTING]

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z



A

Aaron Rodd, Diviner [coll]
Contents
· The Cunning of Harvey Grimm (Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1917)
· Poetry by Compulsion (Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1918)
· An Alliance of Thieves (Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1918)
· Ulysses of Wapping (Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1918)
· The Mysterious Assistant (Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1918)
· Paul Brodie Strikes (Harper's Bazaar, May 1918)
· The Infidelity of Jack Lovejoy (Harper's Bazaar, Jun 1918)
· The Yellow Eye (Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1918)
· The Vengeance of Rosa Letchowiski (Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1918)
· The End of Jeremiah Sands (Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1918)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 277 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Convenio entre ladrones (Agreement Among Thieves), tr. J. Tejero Corretcher
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXXI, 1954, 219 pp
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray [coll]
Contents
· The Donvers Case (The Strand Magazine, Nov 1920)
· The Two Philanthropists (The Strand Magazine, Dec 1920)
· Pussyfoot in Mischief (The Strand Magazine, Jan 1921)
· The Reckoning with Otto Schreed, (The Strand Magazine, Feb 1921)
· The Rift (The Strand Magazine, Mar 1921)
· Satan and The Spirit (The Strand Magazine, Apr 1921)
· Mr. Homor's Legacy (The Strand Magazine, May 1921)
· The Invincible Truth (The Strand Magazine, Jun 1921)
· The Recalcitrant Mr. Cra, (The Strand Magazine, Jul 1921)
· Mr. Cray Returns Home, (The Strand Magazine, Aug 1921
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1926, 8vo, 288 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 223 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Mr. Cray en acción (Mr. Cray in Action), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXVIII, 1948, 203 pp
The Adventures of Peter Ruff [coll]
Cheap edition of "Peter Ruff," qv)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, nd, (ca. 1919), 247 pp
Advice Limited [coll](stories featuring Clara, Baroness Linz)
Contents
· Thirty-Nine Wooden Boxes (no record of magazine publication found)
· An Olympian Debacle (Ladies' Home Journal, Aug 1933, as "The Sibyl Stories, No. 2: An Olympian Debacle"
· Broken Engagements (Ladies' Home Journal, Oct 1933)
· Too Many Dukes (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Ritz Hotel Conference (no record of magazine publication found)
· Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee (Woman's Home Companion, Jan 1934, as "The Ranelagh Mystery"
· Help for Mr. Goldman (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Lonely Man (no record of magazine publication found)
· A Family Misunderstanding (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Listening Lady (Woman's Home Companion, Nov 1933)
· A Gift from the Gods (no record of magazine publication found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 311 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, 318 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 318 pp
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970, 311 pp
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The Amazing Judgment [nov]
• Downey & Co., London, 1897,223 pp
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010, 294 pp
Translations
Dutch:
Een verrassend oordeel (An Amazing Judgment), tr. J. de Hoop Scheffer
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
The Amazing Partnership [coll]
This collection is a make-over of ten stories featuring Stanley Brooke, Grace Burton and Stephen Pryde originally published in The Cosmopolitan and Munsey's Magazine. For book publication Oppenheim split nine of the ten into a total of 18 individually titled stories. Four of the original ten were Stanley Brooke stories. Oppenheim changed the names of most of the characters for publication in The Amazing Partnership. Thanks for providing the following tabular overview of the stories' publication history go to Endre Zsoltos, whose bibliographic research brought this information to light.
 
1. In the Service of the Queen, The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1912
    Collected as: "Pryde's First Commission" and "The Mysterious Rescue at Dover"
2. The Human Four, The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1912
    Collected as: "The Mysterious Idol" and "The Human Four"
3. The Glen Terrace Tragedy, Munsey's, Jul 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Unpublished Tragedy of Mrs. Delamoir"
4. The Eternal Weakness, The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1912
    Collected as: "A New Departure" and "The Eternal Weakness"
5. The Silent People, Munsey's, Jun 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Silent People" and "Back in Bermondsey
6. The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy, Munsey's , Apr 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy" and "The Mystery of the Café Suprême"
7. The Spider's Parlor, Munsey's, May 1914 [Stanley Brooke]
    Collected as: "The Spider's Parlour" and "The Marvellous Escape of Mr. Haslem"
8. The Tragedy at Charlecot Mansions, The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1913
    Collected as: "The Girls of London" and "The Tragedy at Charlecot Mansions"
9. The House of Rest, The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1913
    Collected as: "A Holiday by the Sea" and "The House of Rest"
10. The Conversion of Mr. Francis, The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1913
    Collected as: "The Simple Life in Bermondsey" and "The Prince Who Ran Away"
• Cassell & Co., London, Feb 1914, 8vo, 212 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 309
• Cassell & Co., London, cheap edition, 1931, 316 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Vreemde compagnons (Strange Partners), tr. C.C. Bender
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 12, Amsterdam, 1929
German:
Die Abenteuer der Zwei (The Adventures of the Two), tr. A.F. v. Bringen
• Georg Müller Verlag, Munich, 1927, 1928, 8vo, 233 pp
The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss [nov]
UK title of "The Curious Quest"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ©1919 USA, 1922, 1936, 8vo, 316 pp
• Tjeenk Willink, Zwolle, Holland, 1934, 171 pp, annotated by P.H. Breitenstein
• Otava, Helsinki, 1939, 120 pp, with a vocabulary by Sirkka-Liisa Norko
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Dutch:
Rijk en geen geld (Rich Without Money), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Amstelbibliotheek, 1923, 1924 and 1925
• Jacob van Campen, Amsterdam, ca. 1927, 1937, 1946 and 1949
Esperanto:
Riĉa kaj sen mono (Rich Without Money), tr. Fred. E. Wadham
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, ca. 1930, 222 pp
French:
Les Aventures de Richard Bliss, tr. ?
• L'Intransigeant, sl, Jul 28-Sep 28, 1927
Les tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938, 255 pp
German:
Millionär ohne Geld, tr.
• E. Keils Nachfolger (A. Scherl), Leipzig, 1926, 154 pp
Spanish:
Una apuesta original (An Unusual Wager), tr. Fernando Girbal
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IV, 1942, 259 pp
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplomat [coll]
Contents
· The Man Who Could Have Ended the War (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
· The Lost Formula (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, May 1916)
· A Deal with Niko (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jul 1916)
· General Matravers Repays (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
· Susceptible Mr. Kessner (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Aug 1916)
· The Machinations of Mr. Courlander (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Sep 1916)
· The Indiscreet Traveller (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1916)
· The Undeniable Force (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Nov 1916)
· An Interrupted Revue (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1916)
· The Sentence of the Court (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jan 1916)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 8vo, 288 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Ninepenny Edition, 1938, 128 pp
Translations
Spanish:
La novela de un agente secreto (The Novel of a Secret Agent), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. III, 1948, 216 pp
An Amiable Charlatan [coll]
US title of "The Game of Liberty"
Contents
· The Man at Stephano's (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
· The Coup in the Gambling Den (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 29, 1913
· Cullen Gives Advice (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 6, 1913
· The Wooing of Eve (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 13, 1913
· Mr. Samuelson (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 20, 1913
· The Party at the Milan (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 27, 1913
· One of Us (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 3, 1914
· At the Alhambra (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 10, 1914
· The Exposure (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 17, 1914
· A Broken Partnership (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 24, 1914
· Mr. Bundercombe's Wink (The Argosy, UK, May 1933)
· The Emancipation Of Louis (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Shorn Lamb (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Mr. Bundercombe's Love Affair (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Lord Porthoning's Lesson (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1915 (as "The Game Of Liberty"), 311 pp; fp. Cyrus Cuneo
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916, 302 pp; ill. Will Grefé
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1916, 302 pp; ill. Will Grefé
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Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler [coll]
Contents
· Gambler's Choice, The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1928
· A Fool and His Money, The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1929
· The Master Cheat of Monte Carlo, The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1929
· One Night in Nice, The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1929
· The Big Winner, The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1929
· The Gambler's Road,The Cosmopolitan, May 1929
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And Still I Cheat the Gallows [coll]
Contents
· Oh, Fair Delilah! (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Phantom Thief (no record of magazine publication found)
· An Inexpensive Kiss (no record of magazine publication found)
· Shocking Bad Luck on the Baron (no record of magazine publication found)
· Philanthropy Sometimes Pays (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Murder Triangle (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Price of Felicity (no record of magazine publication found)
· Miss Fiske, Sir Somervell Glyde and Two Miracles (no record of magazine publication found)
· My Hunch Wasn't So Bad After All (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Princess of Hebor and the Man from Smith's (no record of magazine publication found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 8vo, 255 pp
Translations
Castellan:
Y, a pesar de todo, escapé a la horca (And Still I Cheat the Gallows), tr. M. Gurrea
• Poseidon, Buenos Aires, Colección Pandora, No. 24, 1943, 155 pp
Spanish:
Ladrón de joyas y... (Jewel Thief and...), tr. Vicente Clavel
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXI, 1947, 220 pp
Anna the Adventuress [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 28, 1903, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1904, 320 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1904, 320 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1904, 320 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1918, 1926, 256 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1918, 1952, 8vo, 191 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Anna, de avonturierster (Annat the Adventuress), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1911
Estonian:
Seikleja Anna (Anna the Adventuress), tr. ?
• Kuldsulg, Tallinn, 1997
French:
Anna l'Aventureuse (Anna the Adventuress), tr. Ève Paul-Margueritte
• Papeteries Lafitte, Paris, 1909, 354 pp
• Éditions Cosmopolites, Paris, Collection du lecteur, No. 92, 1933, 250 pp
German:
Die Abenteuerin (The Adventuress), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 221 pp
• Ehrlich-Verlag, Berlin, Delta Kriminal-Romane, 1932, 188 pp
As a Man Lives [nov]
UK title of "The Yellow House" and "Till the Day of Judgment"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 3, 1896, ff, as "Till the Day of Judgment"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1898, 304 pp; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 190-?, 124 pp, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
German:
Schatten der Vergangenheit (Shadows of the Past), tr. Hans Barbach, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Buchgemeinde, Berlin, 1931, 253 pp
Ask Miss Mott [coll]
Contents
· Burglars Must Dine (The Story-Teller, London, May 1935, as Dinner Without Masks)
· The Magic Popgun (Collier's Magazine, Feb 16, 1935)
· Noah's Ark (Collier's Magazine, Feb 23, 1935, as "The House of Dread"
· Buttercups and Daisies (Collier's Magazine, Mar 2, 1935, as Behind Barred Doors)
· The House by the River (Collier's Magazine, Mar 9, 1935)
· Lost Miss Greene (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Meredith Walks Out (Collier's Magazine, Mar 16, 1935 as "Against Orders")
· Marconi Saves Miss Mott (Collier's Magazine, Mar 23, 1935 as First Catch The Girl
· The Terrified Wife (Collier's Magazine, Mar 30, 1935 as "The Other Letter")
· Informers Still Pay (Collier's Magazine, Apr 6, 1935 as "Settled Out of Jail")
• Collier & Son, New York, 1935, 8vo, 286 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, 8vo, 313 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, 8vo, 286 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937, 8vo, 286 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, 8vo, 286 pp
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, Short Story Index Reprint Series, 1970, 8vo, 286 pp
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Translations
French:
Miss Nell détective, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les Meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1939, 255 p
Spanish:
Pregúntelo a la señorita Mott, tr. M.T. Quintana
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XVII, 1943, 213 pp
The Avenger [nov]
US title of "Conspirators"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908, 1918, 297 pp, ill. Alec Ball
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Translations
Dutch:
Samenzweerders (Conspirators), tr. L.V.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 4, Amsterdam, 19??


B

The Bank Manager [nov]
UK title of "The Man Without Nerves"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1934, 8vo, 319 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De bankdirecteur (The Bank Manager), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
French:
L'Étrange directeur de banque (The Strange Bank Manager), tr. Pierre-François Caillé
• Éditions F. Rouff, Paris, Collection la Clé, No, 4, 1938, 222 pp
Spanish:
El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves), tr. G. López Hipkiss
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, No. 54, 1965, 256 pp
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—El hombre sin nervios (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—The Man Without Nerves)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York)
The Battle of Basinghall Street [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1936, 1937, 314 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1935, 314 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935, 314 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1935, 314 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, 314 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1935, 1938, 314 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De slag van Basinghall Street (The Battle of Basinghall Street), tr. L.J.A.M. Berkhout-Willemse
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1936
Spanish:
Triunfos de juventud (Triumphs of Youth), tr. Joseé & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XVI, 1943, 248 pp
Berenice [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 1911, 264 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy and Howard Somerville
Ainslee's Magazine, Jan 1908
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, 303 pp, ill. Howard Somerville
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 291, 1912
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Translations
French:
Bérénice, suivi de : Pour la Reine (Berenice, followed by: For the Queen), tr. ?
• Papeterie Lafitte, Paris, 1909, 318 pp
The Betrayal [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 7, 1904, ff
The Popular Magazine, sl, Jun-Dec 1904
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1904, 316 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1904, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1904, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1904, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 333 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 1919, 256 pp, ill. John Cameron
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 361, 1932, 128 pp
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Translations
French:
Chasse à l'homme (Manhunt), tr. Eve Paul-Margueritte
• Touche à tout, No. 11 & 12, Dec 1908
• Editions Pierre Laffitte, Paris, 1911
• Editions Tallandier, Les romans mystérieux, 1st series, 1912
Italian:
A tradimento (By Betrayal), tr.
• Compagnia Del Giallo, Gruppo Newton, Rome, Giallo economico classico, 1997, 1929 pp
The Bird of Paradise [nov]
UK title of "Floating Peril"
• originally serialised as "The Story Without a Title" in The New York Post, Jan 28-May 20, 1935
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, 318 pp
The Argus, sl, Melbourne, 16 Dec 1935 ff
The Sydney Morning Herald, sl, 25 Dec 1935 ff
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Translations
Dutch:
Het raadsel aan boord (The Puzzle on Board), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie No. 35, 1936
The Black Box [nov]
The Atlanta Constitution, sl, mm dd-mm dd, 1915 • Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1915, 334 pp, ill. with scenes from film made by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 1919, 248 pp
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Translations
Finnish:
Musta lipas (The Black Box), tr. Yrjö Lyytikäinen
• Minerva, Helsinki, 1929, 260 pp
Blackman's Wood [nov]
The Best English Detective Stories of 1928, Ronald Arbuthnot Knox and Henry Harrington (editors), Horace Liveright, New York. 1929
Two New Crime Stories: The Under-Dog; Blackman's Wood, The Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929 (The Under-Dog was by Agatha Christie)
Two Thrillers: The Under-Dog; Blackman's Wood, Daily Express Fiction Library, London, 1936
Best Detective Stories, Faber & Faber, London, 1946 (re-issue of The Best English Detective Stories of 1928 under a new title)
The Black Watcher [nov]
UK title of "The Kingdom of Earth"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 1913, ca. 1919, 260 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1928, 57 pp; large pictorial paperback
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Translations
Dutch:
De stille toeschouwer (The Silent Watcher), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 27, Amsterdam, 1930
The Box with Broken Seals
US title of "The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919, 1920, 300 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto 1919, 300 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1919, 1920, 300 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
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Translations
Spanish:
El extraño caso de Jocelyn Thew (The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIV, 1948, 220 pp


C

The Channay Syndicate [coll]
Contents
· Gilbert Channay Takes the Air (The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 11, 1925)
· Mark Levy Pays (The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 18, 1925)
· Lord Isham's Gamble (no record of magazine publication found)
· Martin Fogg Persists (The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 25, 1925)
· The Inquisitive Shareholder (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Drama of the Marshes (The Saturday Evening Post, May 2, 1925)
· The Amazing Banquet (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Great Abduction (The Saturday Evening Post, May 9, 1925)
· Channay the Deliverer (The Saturday Evening Post, May 16, 1925)
· Eric Rodes Has His Chance (The Saturday Evening Post, May 23, 1925)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 261 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het Channay Syndicaat, tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
French:
Le Carnaval des loups (The Carnival of Wolves), tr. Jean-Paul Suzan
• Librairie des Champs Élyssées, Paris, 1936, 1947, 247 pp
Neuf sur onze (Nine to Eleven), pirated edition as by P.W Asher & H.E. Clegg
La Cagoule/Éditions La Bruyère, 1948
German:
Channay rechnet ab (Channay Settles Accounts), tr. Boyle des Tuileries
• Georg Müller Verlag, Munich, 1929, 8vo, 205 pp
Chronicles of Melhampton [coll]
Contents
· The Small Tragedy Of Mr. Tidd (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· A Minor Hero (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· Mrs. Dowdswell's Prod Along (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· Mr. Meekes' Bombshell (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· The Incomparable Mr. Trigg (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· A Man Must Hold His Wife (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· Honeydew and Kisses (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· A Thief By Night (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· The Remarkable Astuteness Of Police-Constable Chopping (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
· The Ultimate Triumph Of Mr. Tidd (syndicated to US newspapers, 1926)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 316 pp
The Cinema Murder [nov]
US title of "The Other Romilly"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1917, 309 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1917, 309 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1917, 309 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Echo Library, Teddington, Middlesex, UK, 2006, 162 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De andere (The Other), tr. E.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 17, Amsterdam, 1929
Spanish:
Philip Romilly, tr. Ana María Lloret
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXV, 1953, 218 pp
Clowns and Criminals: The Oppenheim Omnibus [coll]
Contents
· Michael's Evil Deeds
· Peter Ruff
· Recalled by the Double Four
· Jennerton & Co.
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, 1931
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The Colossus of Arcadia [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938, 1940, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 327 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938, 327 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1938, 327 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 327 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Vlucht naar Monaco (Flight to Monaco), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie No. 23, 1939
Conspirators [nov]
UK title of "The Avenger"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 320 pp, ill. Alec Ball
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1907, 320 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 191-?, 254 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 343, London, 19--?, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
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Dutch:
Samenzweerders (Conspirators), tr. L.V.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 4, Amsterdam, 19??
The Court of St. Simon [nov, Anthony Partridge]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 340 pp, ill. F. Vaux Williams
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, Lloyds 1/6 net novels, 1918, 1919, 244 pp, as "Seeing Life"
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Crooks in the Sunshine [coll]
Contents
· The Salvation of Mr. Timothy Ryan (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1931, as "Crooks in the Sunshine")
· The Table Under the Tree (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Fifty-Fifty (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Feb 1932)
· No Red Ribbon For The Commodore (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1932)
· The Obstinate Duke, (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jun 1932, as "If the Duke Should Die"
· The Seven Taverns Of Marseilles (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine), Aug 1932)
· Commodore Jasen Watches His Step (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine), Sep 1932)
· The Ghosts Of Suicide Corner (no record of magazine publication found)
· Lord Dratten's Land Deal (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Commodore's Last Cigar (Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1932)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 296 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 296
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934, 286 pp
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Dutch:
Misdaad aan de Riviera (Crime on the Riviera), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
French:
Les Bandits de la Riviera, tr. Marie-Louise Chaulin
• Les meilleurs romans étranger, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1933, 249 pp
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1947
Spanish:
Siete tabernas en Marsella (Seven Taverns in Marseille), tr. Esteban Macragh
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, No. 3-10, 1934, 92 pp
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees [coll]
Variant title of the syndicated series "Legacy of Adventure"(qv)
Contents
· The Atonement of Mr. Mountain (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Oct 27, 1935)
· The Popinjay and the Emerald (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 3, 1935)
· The Perfect Witness (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 10, 1935)
· The Unexpected Murder (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 17, 1935)
· The Auctioneer's Licence (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 24, 1935, as "The Mystery of Monte Carlo")
· Ann Joins the Club (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 1, 1935)
· Percy Skirts the Morass (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 8, 1935)
· Miracle at Monte Carlo (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 15, 1935)
· An Opportunist in Arms (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 22, 1935)
· Who's Who at the Party (This Week, The New York Herald Tribune, Dec 29, 1935)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937, 1939, 8vo, 287 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 257 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938, 257 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938, 257 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 257 pp
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The Curious Quest [nov]
US title of "The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919, 308 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1919, 308 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1919, 308 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
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Translations
Dutch:
Rijk en geen geld (Rich Without Money), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Amstelbibliotheek, 1923, 1924 and 1925
• Jacob van Campen, Amsterdam, ca. 1927, 1937, 1946 and 1949
Esperanto:
Riĉa kaj sen mono (Rich Without Money), tr. Fred. E. Wadham
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, ca. 1930, 222 pp
French:
Les Aventures de Richard Bliss, tr. ?
• L'Intransigeant, sl, Jul 28-Sep 28, 1927
Les tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938, 255 pp
German:
Millionär ohne Geld, tr.
• E. Keils Nachfolger (A. Scherl), Leipzig, 1926, 154 pp
Spanish:
Una apuesta original (An Unusual Wager), tr. Fernando Girbal
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IV, 1942, 259 pp
The Curious Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss [sl]
All-Story Cavalier Weekly, Oct 3-Nov 7, 1914
The Pathfinder, Jan 22-May 20, 1916
Published in book form as:
• The Curious Quest, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919
• The Amazing Quest of Mr. Ernest Bliss, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922
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Translations
Dutch:
Rijk en geen geld (Rich Without Money), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Amstelbibliotheek, 1923, 1924 and 1925
• Jacob van Campen, Amsterdam, ca. 1927, 1937, 1946 and 1949
Esperanto:
Riĉa kaj sen mono (Rich Without Money), tr. Fred. E. Wadham
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, ca. 1930, 222 pp
French:
Les Aventures de Richard Bliss, tr. ?
• L'Intransigeant, sl, Jul 28-Sep 28, 1927
Les tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938, 255 pp
German:
Millionär ohne Geld, tr.
• E. Keils Nachfolger (A. Scherl), Leipzig, 1926, 154 pp
Spanish:
Una apuesta original (An Unusual Wager), tr. Fernando Girbal
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IV, 1942, 259 pp


D

A Daughter of Astrea [nov]
• J. W. Arrowsmith Ltd., Bristol, 1898, 8vo, series: Arrowsmith's Bristol Library, vol. 77
• Donald W. Newton Co., New York, 19--, 228 pp
• C.H. Doscher & Co., New York, 1909, 228 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with The New Tenant
• J. W. Arrowsmith Ltd., Bristol; Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent and Co., London, 1918, 191 pp
• Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929, 8vo, 188 pp
• Economy Book League, Cleveland, Ohio, 1933, 180 pp
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Translations
Arabic:
Ibnat Astriyã (A Daughter of Astrea)
• Matba'at 'Abd al-Halim Husni, Cairo, 1934
Dutch:
Het geheimzinnige eiland (The Mysterious Island), tr. Havank
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1936
Het geheimzinnige eiland (The Mysterious Island), tr. Paul Dorin
Hollandse Zakbibliotheek, 's-Gravenhage, Parelserie No. 3, 1941
French:
L'Heureux pays (The Happy Country), tr. Ève Paul-Margueritte
• Société Française d'Imprimerie et de Librairie, Paris, 1914, 320 pp
Spanish:
Aventura en Astrea (Adventure in Astrea), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las novelas de la palma, No. 11, ca 1952, 160 pp
A Daughter of the Marionis [nov]
Original UK and variant US title of "To Win the Love He Sought"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, MM DD, 1893-Jan 13,1894
• Ward & Downey Co., London, 1895, 312 pp
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1910, 310 pp, as "To Win the Love He Sought"
• P. F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, 384 pp, as "To Win the Love He Sought"; includes the short story "The Great Awakening" based on the 1902 novel of the same name
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1915, 312 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1916, 1920, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1920, 320 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--?, 255 pp
• Re-published in 1929 as a syndicated serial under the title The Desperate Lover (qv)
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Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
Spanish:
El juramento (The Oath), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLV, 1949, 218 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1964, 56 pp (abridgment)
The Deliberate Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Rescue of Warren Tyrrwell, Munsey's Magazine, Dec 1913)
· The Princess Pays, Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1914)
· The Other Side of the Wall, Munsey's Magazine, Feb 1914)
· The Murder of William Blessing, Munsey's Magazine, Mar 1914)
· The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy, Munsey's Magazine, Apr 1914)
· The Spider's Parlour, Munsey's Magazine, May 1914)
· The Silent People, Munsey's Magazine, Jun 1914)
· The Glen Terrace Tragedy, Munsey's Magazine, Jul 1914)
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The Desperate Lover [ser]
Variant title of "To Win the Love He Sought" (qv), used in, e.g.
Heppner Gazette-Times, Heppner, Oregon, Jan 24, 1929, ff
The Herald, Victor, New York, Jan ??, 1929, ff
Clifton Springs Press, New York, Jan ??, 1929, ff
Steuben Courier, Bath New York, Feb 8, 1929, ff
The Devil's Paw [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1920, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1920, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1920, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Triangle Books, New York, 1941, 295 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1925, 1936, 320 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De duivelsklauw (The Devil's Paw), tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
Spanish:
La garra del diablo (The Devil's Paw), tr. Ana María Lloret
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXXII, 1954, 220 pp
The Distributors [nov, Anthony Partridge]
US title of "Ghosts of Society"
• McClure, New York, 1908, 354 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 354 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 256 pp, as "The Plunderers"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1920, 126 pp, as "The Plunderers"
Translations
German:
Der Klub der Ghosts (The Ghosts' Club), tr. Hans Hillebrand
• Arthur Cassirer Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 8vo, 245 pp
Spanish:
Malhechores de gran mundo (High Society Crooks), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XV, 1943, 221 pp
Swedish:
"Spökenas" klubb (The "Ghosts'" Club), tr. Ture Dahlin
• W. Hartelius, Göteborg, 1917, 8vo, 245 pp
The Double Four [coll]
Contents
· The Desire of Madame (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1911, as "The Double Four Recalls Mr. Peter Ruff")
· The Ambassador's Wife (Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1911)
· The Man from the Old Testament (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911)
· The First Shot (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1911)
· The Seven Suppers of Andrea Korust (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1911)
· The Mission of Major Kosuth (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1911, as Major Kosuth's Mission
· The Ghosts of Havana Harbour (Pearson's Magazine (US), Aug 1911)
· An Alien Society (Pearson's Magazine (US), Sep 1911, as "The Affair of an Alien Society")
· The Man Behind the Curtain (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1911)
· The Thirteenth Encounter (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1911)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 8vo, 128 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1919, 224 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, Popular Edition, 1926, 305 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1956, 8vo, 255 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het geheime genootschap (The Secret Society), tr. R.W. Lammers
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 10, Amsterdam, 1929
The Double Life of Mr. Alfred Burton [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 322 pp, ill. Gustavus C. Widney
• McClelland & Goodchilde, Toronto, 1913, 322 pp, ill. Gustavus C. Widney
• Methuen & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1916, 1928, 1934, 312 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het dubbel-leven van mijnheer Alfred Burton (The Double Life of Mr. Alfred Burton), tr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
Spanish:
El hombre de dos almas (The Man with Two Souls), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXX, 1947, 223 pp
The Double Traitor [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Mar 20-May 22, 1915
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1915, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1915, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1915, 1920, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1915, 8vo, 308 pp, fp. by Clarence F. Underwood
• Hodder & Stoughton: London, 1918, 1936, 8vo, 318 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton: London, 19--? 243 pp
• The World Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Tower Book Edition, 1943, 1944, 8vo, 308 pp
• G.K. Hall & Co, Thorndike, Maine, 2000
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Translations
Dutch:
De dubbele verrader (The Double Traitor), tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
French:<(dd>
Le Double Traître (The Double Traitor), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1915
Le Double Traître (The Double Traitor), tr. Jean Marty
• Éditions du Monde illustré, Mar 1916
Les Tribulations d'Ernest Bliss, tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1938
The Dumb Gods Speak [nov]
Collier's Weekly, sl, Aug 29-Oct 31, 1936
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, 304 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1937, 304 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937, 1938, 1939, 319 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 304 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1970, 319 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1970, 319 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het oorlogsmonster geketend (The War Monster Chained), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1940


E

Enoch Strone [nov]
US title of "A Master of Men"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 4, 1901, ff
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902
• Methuen & Co., London, 1901, 1912, 1913, 1919, 256 pp, as "Master of Men"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 293 pp, as "Enoch Strone—A Master of Men"; ill. J.W. Kennedy
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with The Yellow House
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Envoy Extraordinary [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937, 1938, 1940, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, 307 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937, 307 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1937, 307 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1937, 1939, 307 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Geheime opdracht (Secret Mission), tr. Clare Lennart
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie, 1945
The Evil Shepherd [nov]
The Blue Book Magazine, sl, Jul 1922 ff
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
• Review of Reviews Co., NY, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
• McClelland & Stewart. Ltd., Toronto, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 1923, 1932, 1940, 319 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1922, 303 pp, fp. by Ernest Fuhr
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Translations
French:
Prince du crime (Prince of Crime), tr. Geneviève & Pierre François Caillé
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1933, 247 pp
Spanish:
El malvado pastor (The Evil Shepherd), tr. ?
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Bibliotheca de Oro, No. 48, 1936, 102 pp
• Editorial Molino, Buenos Aires, 1939, 94 pp
The Ex-Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Killing of Monica Quayles (Maclean's Magazine, Mar 1, 1933)
· The Man on the Water-Logged Ketch (Maclean's Magazine, Mar 15, 1933)
· The Battle of the Suites (Maclean's Magazine, Apr 1, 1933)
· Sometimes Juries Err (Maclean's Magazine, Apr 15, 1933)
· The Wise Man from the West (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Cinema Murder (Maclean's Magazine, May 1, 1933)
· Captain Bronsen's Cargo (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Mystery Ticket (Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1933)
· A Sporting Gesture (Maclean's Magazine, Jan 1, 1933)
· Uncle Hiram Saves the Situation (Maclean's Magazine, June 15, 1933)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, 272 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 272 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, 272 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 272 pp
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971, 272 pp
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Translations
Spanish:
De detective a baronet (From Detective to Baronet), tr. Juan de Robles
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXIX, 1947, 235 pp
The Ex-Duke [nov]
UK title of "The Interloper"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 311 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Hertog tegen wil en dank (The Reluctant Duke), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
French:
Le Nouveau Duc, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936
German:
Der fromme Lebemann (The Pious Playboy), tr. Robert von Voss
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
Spanish:
El Ex Duque (The Ex-Duke), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLI, 1949, 236 pp
Exit a Dictator [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 1941, 1952, 8vo, 288 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 315 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 315 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939, 315 pp
• Sun Dial Press, New York, 1941, 315 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Dictator af! (Dictator Begone!), tr. P. Nijhuis-Groeneveldt
• A.G. Schoonderbeek, Laren N.H., Raven-reeks, 1940
Expiation: A Novel of England and Our Canadian Dominion [nov]
• John & Robert Maxwell, London, 1887, 1900, 313 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 319 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1916, Yelow-Back Edition, 126 pp
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The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co. [coll]
Contents
· The Pedagogue of Bellevue Mansions (Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1927, as "The Armadi Vase")
· Drama in the Dolls' House (Collier's Weekly, Feb 26, 1927)
· Lady Katherine's Better Nature (Collier's Weekly, Mar 12, 1927)
· A Comedy In Divorce (Collier's Weekly, April 9, 1927, as "Twin Divorces")
· Three to Four (Collier's Weekly, March 26, 1927, as "The Missing Hour)
· The Ninety-Ninth Thread (Collier's Weekly, Apr 30, 1927)
· The Disappearance Of William King (Collier's Weekly, May 7, 1927, as "The Happy Ending")
· Ada Malcolm's Dot (Collier's Weekly, May 21, 1927, as "The Fêted Lady")
· Kenmar's Golden Day (Collier's Weekly, Jun 4, 1927, as "The Actor's Romance")
· Working Backwards (Collier's Weekly, Jun 18, 1927, as "The Richest Client")
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 316 pp
Translations
German:
Die 99. Möglichkeit (The 99th Possibility), tr. Else Baronin Werkmann
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 10, 1930, 1931, 238 pp
Spanish:
Peter Bragg encuentra un socio (Peter Bragg Finds a Partner), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVIII, 1953?, 220 pp


F

The Face at the Window [sl]
Gunter's Magazine, May-Jun 1910
No record of book publication found
The Falling Star [nov]
UK title of "The Moving Finger"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1911, 300 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 259 pp
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False Evidence [nov]
The Wellington Journal and Shrewsbury News, sl, Wellington, England, Oct 4, 1890 ff.
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1896, 250 pp
Australian Town & Country Journal, sl, May 23, 1896-Oct 10, 1896
• Ward, Lock and Co., London, 1902, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, No. 329, 127 pp
• Ward, Lock and Co., London, 1913, 335 pp
People's Magazine, sl, May-Aug 1915
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Translations
Dutch:
De valsche getuigenis (The False Testimony), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1930; Arrow Series No. 22
Spanish:
Falsa evidencia, tr. Gregorio Lafuerza
• R. Sopena, Barcelona, 1935, 268 pp, series Biblioteca de grandes novelas
Floating Peril [nov]
US title of "The Bird of Paradise"
• originally serialised as "The Story Without a Title" in The New York Post, Jan 28-May 20, 1935
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, 309 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1936, 309 pp
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, "A Burt Book," 1936, 309 pp
• The New York Post, book edition, 1936, 309 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1936, 309 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1936, 1939, 309 pp
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For the Queen [coll]
Contents
· For the Queen (Gunter's Magazine, Aug 1907)
· The Ambassador's Dilemma* (The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1900)
· The Man Whom Nobody Liked* (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1903)
· The Man Who Saved The President's Life* (The Windsor Magazine, May 1903)
· In an Oxfordshire Lane (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Hidden Army* (The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1906)
· Sir Geoffrey's Guest (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· A Sprig Of Heather (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Lady Price's Companion* (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Tragedy of a Night (The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1902)
· Mr. Ashley's Failure* (The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1901)
· Two Gamblers (The Windsor Magazine, May 1901)
· Lenore* (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· My First Diplomatic Mission (The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1901)
· Something in a Name (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
The asterisked stories were not included in the Odhams Press edition
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, 320 pp
• Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912, 192 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 320 pp
• London Mail, 1917, 192 pp
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Translations
French:
Pour la Reine, tr. ?
• Éditions Pierre Lafitte, 1912
The Fortunate Wayfarer [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 310 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1928, 352 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1928, 352 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De geluksvogel (The Lucky Fellow), tr.
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929
German:
Martin stolpert ins Glück (Martin Stumbles Into Fortune), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 4, ca. 1925, 1931, 240 pp
Spanish:
Más vale llegar a tiempo (It's Best to Be on Time), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXII, 1945, 237 pp


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Gabriel Samara [nov]
UK title of "Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1933, 8vo, 319 pp
The Secret Service Omnibus, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., London, 1932
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Translations
Dutch:
Gabriel Samara, tr. A.E.C. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1930, 230 pp
Spanish:
La que pudo ser Zarina (She Who Could Be the Tsarina), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. X, 1941, 1943, 307 pp
Gabriel Samara tr. D. Martínez Sagrera
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, No. 62, 1962, 168 pp
Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
US title of "Gabriel Samara"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 323 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1925, 323 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1925, 323 pp
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus, Blue Ribbon Books, New York, 1925, 1940, 1941
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut, 1984, in one volume with Mr. Billingham, the Marquis, and Madelon
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Translations
Dutch:
Gabriel Samara, tr. A.E.C. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1930, 230 pp
Spanish:
La que pudo ser Zarina (She Who Could Be the Tsarina), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. X, 1941, 1943, 307 pp
Gabriel Samara tr. D. Martínez Sagrera
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, No. 62, 1962, 168 pp
The Gallows of Chance [nov]
Collier's Weekly, sl, Jan 7-April 8, 1933
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1934, 332 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1934, 332 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1934, 332 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1934, 1936, 319 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 332 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Med Løkken om Halsen (With a Rope Around the Neck), tr. Ebba Grünbaum
• Copenhagen, 1935, 192 pp
Dutch:
Een gevaarlijk geheim (A Dangerous Secret), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1934
De wederwaardigheden van Malcolm Gosset (Malcolm Gosset's Lies), tr. A.H. Mohrmann
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
French:
Un Homme d'honneur (A Man of Honour), tr. Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1935, 240 pp
Portuguese:
O Enforcado (The Hanged Man), tr. Ramiro de Carvalho
• Lisbon, 1935?, 8vo, 253 pp
Many Mysteries [coll](stories by other writers, edited Oppenheim)
• Rich & Cowan Ltd., London, 1933, 925 pp
The Game of Liberty [coll]
UK title of "The Amiable Charlatan"
• Cassell & Co., London, 1915
The Argosy (UK), May 1930
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Translations
Dutch:
Joseph H. Parker, Avonturier (Joseph H. Parker, Adenturer), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
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Spiel um Freiheit (The Game of Liberty), tr. Auguste Flesch von Bringen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 8vo, 220 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Munich, Goldmanns Taschen- Krimi, No. 58, 182 pp
Gangsters' Glory [coll]
US title of "Inspector Dickins Retires"
Contents
· The Call of the Burning Mascot (The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 29, 1929)
· The Braggarts' Conference (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 13, 1929)
· Mat's Luck (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 27, 1929)
· Passiter's Simple Job (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 10, 1929)
· The Tabernacle of Judgment (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 24, 1929)
· Crooks Pay (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 7, 1929)
· Wives Never Tell (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 21, 1929)
· Hornets Sting (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 5, 1929)
· Riverside Snowballing (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 19, 1929)
· The Passing of Nick of New York (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 2, 1929)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931, 239 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931, 239 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De bende-koningin (The Gang Queen), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
L'Inspecteur Dickins prend sa retraite (Inpector Dickins Retires), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 1936, 1950, 245 pp
Spanish:
Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York), tr. Esteban Macragh
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 2007, 92 pp
• Ediciones Ercilla, Santiago, Altera No. 127, 1937, 115 pp
El Tesoro de los Gangsters (The Gangsters' Treasure), tr. Antonio Guardiola
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 112 pp, bi-columnar text
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—Nick de Nueva York (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—Nick of New York)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves)
General Besserley's Puzzle Box [coll]
Contents
· The Man Who Thought He Was a Pauper (no record of magazine publication found; republished separately as a 16-page booklet by Todd Publishing Co., London, 1943)
· The Lady in the Grey Wig (The Strand Magazine, Oct 1934)
· The Man Who Harnessed the Laws of Chance (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Phantom Fleet (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Devil's Wind (The American Monthly, Aug 1934)
· The Mysterious Pirandettis (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Butterfly in the Death Chamber (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Giants in the Counting-house (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Bride of the Shining Hour (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1936, 8vo, 282 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935, 260 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935, 260 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935, 260 pp
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Translations
Spanish:
El poder del dinero (The Power of Money), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXV, 1948, 222 pp
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box [coll]
Contents
· The Duchess Gave a Party
· Business for Father
· General Besserley Runs the Gauntlet
· The Unprepossessing Danseuse
· The Husband of O-Nan-Sen
· The Trifling Lapse of the Mayor of St. Marac
· Fifty Thousand Francs and a Marriage Licence for Marie Louise
· The Sphinx Whispered
· A Wet Day's Tragedy for Andrew Mason
· The Drama on the Sixth Tee
· The Stranger at the Bar
· Tresillian Found a Cure
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 253 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 281 pp
Translations
Spanish:
El sembrador de dicha (The Sower of Happiness), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXVI, 1948, 209 pp
Ghosts of Society [nov]
as by Anthony Partridge, UK title of "The Distributors"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1908, 309 pp
• Republished as "The Plunderers", 1916, 8vo, 309 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916, 256 pp, as "The Plunderers"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1920, 126 pp, as "The Plunderers"
Translations
German:
Der Klub der Ghosts (The Ghosts' Club), tr. Hans Hillebrand
• Arthur Cassirer Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 8vo, 245 pp
Spanish:
Malhechores de gran mundo (High Society Crooks), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XV, 1943, 221 pp
Swedish:
"Spökenas" klubb (The "Ghosts'" Club), tr. Ture Dahlin
• W. Hartelius, Göteborg, 1917, 8vo, 245 pp
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909 [coll]
Contents
· A Commonplace Jest, The Sketch, London, Apr 22, 1903
· The Great Fortuna Mine, The London Harmsworth Magazine, Jun 1903
· The Hundredth Night, The Smart Set, Dec 1903
· The Little Grey Lady, The Windsor Magazine, Jan 1905
· The Two Ambassadors, The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1905
· John Garland the Deliverer, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1908
· The Money-Spider, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1908
· False Gods, The Strand Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Three Thieves, Cassell's Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Ill-Laid Scheme of Mr. Ambrose Weare, The Strand Magazine, Apr 1909
· The Subjection of Louise, The Sketch, London, Dec 30, 1903
· The Turning Wheel, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1909
· The Sovereign in the Gutter, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1909
· Mr. Hardrow's Secretary, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1909
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Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914 [coll]
Contents
· The Prince of Crersa, The People's Home Journal, Jan 1910
· The Restless Traveller, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1910
· One Luckless Hour, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1910
· Quits, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1910
· The Deserter, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1910
· The Outcast, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1911
· The Perfidy of Henry Midgley, The Strand Magazine, Jul 1911
· As Far As They Had Got (co-author), The Strand Magazine, Aug 1911
· The Girl from Manchester, The Strand Magazine, Mar 1912
· The Experiment of Stephen Glask, Ironmonger, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1912
· The Road to Liberty, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1913
· A Lesson to Lionel Cutts, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1914
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The Glenlitten Murder [nov]
The Chicago Tribune, sl, 27 Jan 1929 ff
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 312 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929, 309 pp
• McLelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1929, 309 pp
• Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1929, 309 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, ©1929
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Translations
Dutch:
De geheimzinnige moord van Glenlitten (The Mysterious Glenlitten Murder), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
Le meurtre de Glenlitten (The Glenlitten Murder), tr. Hélène de Lan
• Éditions Morgan, Paris, 1946, 223 pp
Norwegian:
Félice, tr. Hans Krag
• Aschehoug, Oslo, 1932, 240 pp
Spanish:
Un crimen en Glenlitten (A Crime at Glenlitten), tr. ?
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. IX, 1931, 390 pp
The Golden Beast [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926, 1931, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1926, 298 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1926, 298 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1926, 298 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1926, 298 pp
• Amereon Ltd., Mattituck, NY, 1940
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Translations
Dutch:
Het gouden kalf (The Golden Calf), tr. Cath. A. Dermoût-Visser
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
French:
La bête doreé (The Golden Beast), tr. Miriam Dou
• Librairie des Champs-Élyseés, Paris, Masque: collection de romans d'aventures, No. 184., 1935
German:
Das goldene Kalb (The Golden Calf), tr. Hellmuth Wetzel
• Neufeld & Henius Verlag, Berlin, Lutz Kriminalromane, No. 11, 1930, 254 pp
Norwegian:
Hasard og kjærlighet (Hazard or Love), tr. Øystein Orre Eskeland
• Oslo, 1933, 170 pp
Spanish:
El secreto de Sir Lawrence (Sir Lawrence's Secret), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XIX, 1944, 220 pp
The Golden Web [nov, Anthony Partridge]
The Star, Christchurch, New Zealand, sl, Dec 31, 1909 ff, as "The Strong Man Bound"
Ainslee's Magazine, sl, Jul-Dec 1910
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 339 pp, ill. William Kirkpatrick
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1911, 339 pp, ill. William Kirkpatrick
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1911, 339 pp, ill. William Kirkpatrick
The Washington Herald, sl, Apr 28, 1912 ff
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, 1918, 8vo, 244 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 1925, 8vo, 320 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Gouden ketenen (Golden Chains), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
German:
Das goldene Netz (The Golden Net), tr. Anna Drawe
• Georg Müller Verlag, Munich, 1929, 199 pp
Spanish:
Una vida en venta (A Life for Sale), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVII, 1946, 222 pp
The Governors [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 16, 1908, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1908, 1911, 304 pp, ill. Will Grefé & Howard Somerville
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1908, 304 pp, ill. Will Grefé & Howard Somerville
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1909, 300 pp, ill. Will Grefé & Howard Somerville
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--?, 249 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 283, 19--?, 122 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Det stjaalne Dokument (The Stolen Document), tr. ?
• Copenhagen, Blaa Bog-Serie, 1933, 222 pp
Dutch:
Geldkoningen (Money Kings), tr. W.M.D. Spies-van der Linden
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 1, Amsterdam, 1930
• Boek- en Handelsdrukkerij Helmond, Speciaal-serie No. 7, 1935
German:
Finanzkönige (Kings of Finance), tr. Hans Barbeck
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 238 pp
• Payne-Verlag, Leipzig, 1938, 250 pp
Norwegian:
Virginia griper inn (Virginia Intervenes), tr. Peter Bendow
• Aschehoug, Oslo, 1933, 258 pp
The Grassleyes Mystery [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1940, 337 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1940, 337 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1940, 337 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, ©1940, 337 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 286 pp
• The Thriller Book Club, London, 1943, 205 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het Grassleyes-mysterie, tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie, 1945
The Great Awakening [nov]
UK title of "A Sleeping Memory"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 26, 1901, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 320 pp; ill. ?
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902, 311 pp, as "A Sleeping Memory"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 311 pp, ill. F.H. Townsend, as "A Sleeping Memory"
• Street & Smith, New York, 1908, 315 pp, as "The Great Awakening—Her Other Self, New Eagle Series No. 580
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1917, 1929, 256 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 126 pp, bi-columnar text
• Street & Smith, New York, 1929?, 315 pp, as "The Great Awakening—Her Other Self", Adventure Library Series No. 110
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Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
The Great Impersonation [nov]
Harper's Bazaar, sl, Feb-Sep 1919, as "The Mill of the Gods"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1920, 1921, 1934, 1940, 1942, 1944, 1946, 1949, 1950, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
• A.L. Burt, New York, 1920, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1920, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
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• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1920, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
• Dover Publications, New York, 1920, 210 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1927, 1946, 1949, 8vo, 318 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929?, 128 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 322 pp, ill. Nana French Bickford
Three Famous Spy Novels, Random House, New York, 1942 (in one volume with Eric Ambler's Journey into Fear and Graham Greene's The Confidential Agent)
• Pocket Books, New York, 1943, 1945, Pocket Book No. 224, 241 pp
• Pan Books, London, 1951, 203 pp
• South African Library for the Blind, Grahamstown, 1952, 4 vols. of Braille
• Harlequin Books, Toronto, 1953, 220 pp
Five Spy Novels, Doubleday, Garden City, 1963 (in one volume with John Buchan's Greenmantle, Eric Ambler's Epitaph for a Spy, Martha Albrand's No Surrender and Manning Coles' No Entry)
• Popular Library, New York, 1963, 192 pp
• Aeonian Press Inc., Mattituck, NY, 1977, 161 pp
• Amereon Ltd., Mattituck, NY, 1980
• Dover Publications, New York, 1978, 1987, paperback, 210 pp
• Carroll & Graf, New York, 1980
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut (in one volume with The Wrath to Come), 1984
• Fredonia Books, Amsterdam, 2001, 210 pp
• First World Library, Fairfield, Indiana, 2004, 342 pp
• Archeion Press, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 2007, 236 pp
• Book Jungle, Champaign, Illinois, 2008, 219 pp
• Bilbiobazaar, Charlestown, South Carolina, 2008, 250 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De treffende gelijkenis (The Spitting Image), tr. A. Koster
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1924
De groote mystificatie (The Great Mystification), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
Finnish:
Vaihdettu mies (The Changed Man), tr. ?
• Minerva, Helsinki, Minervan halpa lukemisto, No. 17, 1924, 191 pp
• WSOY, Porvoo, Kymmenen markan romaaneja, No. 133, 1938, 1941, 191 pp
French:
L'imposteur (The Imposter), tr. M.L.M. Didier
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1932, 254 pp
Italian:
Il grande impostore (The Great Imposter), tr. ?
• Compagnia del Giallo—Gruppo Newton, Giallo Economico Classico, No. 70, 1995, 160 pp
Japanese:
Irekawatta otoko (The Changed Man), tr. Kiyotoshi Hayashi
• Project Gutenberg, 2010
Spanish:
Su vida o la mía (His Life or Mine), tr. Juan de Robles.
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXII, 1947, 230 pp
The Great Prince Shan [nov]
The Blue Book Magazine, sl, Nov 1921-Jan 1922
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 1933, 1940, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1922, 303 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1922, 303 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1922, 303 pp
The Argosy (UK), sl, Jan-Mar 1933
• Pocket Books, New York, 1940, 1943, 303 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De groote prins Shan (The Great Prince Shan), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
Le Grand Prince Shan, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Le Figaro, sl, Jan 8-Mar 3, 1925
• La Petite Gironde, sl, Jan 7-Feb 17, 1926
• Le Courrier de l'Allier, sl, Aug-Sep 1926
Spanish:
El gran príncipe Shan (The Great Prince Shan)
• Revista Literaria, Madrid, "Novelas y cuentos," 1965, 52 pp (abridgment)
The Great Samara [sl]
Variant title of "Gabriel Samara"
Everybody's Magazine, Mar-Jul 1925, ill. Joseph A. Maturo
published in book form as:
• Gabriel Samara (UK title)(qv)
• Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker (US title)(qv)
The Great Secret [nov]
US title of "The Secret"
The Weeekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 24, 1906, ff, as "The Secret"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908 (©1907), 1919, 1922, 293 pp, ill. C.D. Williams
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1907, 293 pp, ill. C.D. Williams
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 293 pp, ill. C.D. Williams
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Translations
Chinese:
Yi ge wang hou de mi mi, tr. Wu Guangjian yi
• Hunan ren min chu ban she, Changsha, 1982, 281 pp
Ou kong bi bing lu, tr. Lin Shu, Wei Yi tong yi
• Beijing guo tu shu dian, Beijing, 2010, 183 pp
Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim (The Secret), tr. ?
• Romanbibliotheek No. 38, 1913
Een geheim (A Secret), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
Finnish:
Vakoojan salaisuus (The Spy's Secret), tr. O.A. Joutsen
• Gummerus, Jyväskylä, 1915, 257 pp
French:
Le Secret, tr. ?
• Excelsior, sl, Mar-May 23, 1914
German:
Das deutsche Gespenst in England (The German Ghost in England), tr. Fritz von Holtzendorff
• Hillger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, 256 pp
Italian:
Il documento segreto (The Secret Document), tr. ?
• Compagnia Del Giallo-Gruppo Newton, Rome, Giallo economico classico, 1997, 94 pp
Spanish:
El secreto (The Secret), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVI, 1953, 240 pp


H

Harvey Garrard's Crime [nov]
Everybody's Magazine, sl, Jul-Dec 1926
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1926, 329 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1926, 329 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1926, 1940, 329 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1926, 329 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 309 pp
The Public Ledger Syndication, Philadelphia, 1928, as "The Wife Who Failed", 1928
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Translations
Dutch:
Harvey Garrard's misdaad (Harvey Garrard's Crime), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
Late liefde (Late Love), tr. A.J. Richel
Prisma 1349, 1968
French:
Le Crime d'Harvey Garrard, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1933
German:
Garrards Verbrechen (Garrard's Crime), tr. Robert von Voss
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann Bücher, 1929, 242 pp
Italian:
Il delitto di Harvey Garrard (Harvey Garrard's Crime), tr. ?
• Compagnia del Giallo—Gruppo Newton, Giallo Economico Classico, 1997, 106 pp
Russian:
Prestuplenie Garrarda (Garrard's Crime), tr. ?
• Knigoizdatel'stvo Renaissance, Riga, 19--?, 172 pp
• Artol Publishing Co., Melbourne, Australia, 1985, 172 pp
Spanish:
El préstamo del muerto (The Dead Man's Loan), tr. ?
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXIII, 1946, 291 pp<(/dd>
El delito de Harvey Garrard (Harvey Garrard's Crime), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las Novelas de la Palma, No. 34, 195-?, 160 pp
Havoc [nov]
The Smart Set, sl, Sep 1910-May 1911
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 19. 1910, ff, as The King's Spy
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1911, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1911, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 349 pp, 323 pp, ill. Howard Chandler Christy
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Translations
French:
Service du Roi, tr. ?
Le Journal, sl, Nov 29-Dec 30, 1914
The Hillman [nov]
Munsey's Magazine, July 1915, pp. 312-416
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1917, 328 pp, ill. George Avison
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1917, 328 pp, ill. George Avison
• McClelland, Goodchild and Stewart, Toronto, 1917, 328 pp, ill. George Avison
• Methuen & Co., London, 1917, 8vo, 316 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1919, 1933, 253 pp
• Éditions Louis Conard, Paris, 1920
• Methuen & Co., London, Methuen's Sixpennies, No. 21, 1941, 190 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De vrouwenhater (The Misogynist), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 21, Amsterdam, 1929
Spanish:
El hombre de un solo amor (The Man Who Loved But Once), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIII, 1947, 240 pp
His Father's Crime, or: As a Man Lives [nov]
Pirated edition of "The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown"
• Street and Smith, New York, New eagle Series, No. 589. 1908, 320 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van Bernard Brown (The Secret of Bernard Brown), tr. ?
• Geillustreerde Roman-bibliotheek No. IV, 1904
• A.W. Segboer's Uitg-Mij, 's-Gravenhage, 1924
French:
Diner d'anniversaire (The Anniversary Dinner), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1938, 244 pp
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1950, 255 pp
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Indiscretion of Lord Tamworth (Hearst's Magazine, Apr 1913)
· The Man Who Disappeared (Hearst's Magazine, May 1913)
· The Tragedy at No. 16 Hendon Street (Hearst's Magazine, Jun 1913)
· The French Cipher Case (Hearst's Magazine, Jul 1913)
· The Amazing Affair of Miss de Hagon and the Austrian Envoy (Hearst's Magazine, Aug 1913, as "Miss de Hagon, Spy")
· The Remarkable Disappearance of John Grinen (Hearst's Magazine, Sep 1913, as "Where Is John Grinen?")
· Miss de Hagon's Information (Nash's Magazine, Apr 1914)
· The Unhappy Lady (Nash's Magazine, Aug 1914)
· The Inconsiderate Travellers (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Dominant Knox (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Treasure of Count del Butolann (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Serious Dilemma of Mr. Hogge (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1921, 8vo, 278 pp
Translations
Spanish:
El honorable Algernon Knox, tr. J. de Arechabala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIX, 1948, 211 pp
The Human Chase [coll]
Contents
· The Volume Upside-Down (The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1927, as "A Book Upside Down")
· The Man With the Grey Muffler (The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1927)
· The Sad End of Mr. William Starr (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1928)
· The Hill Street Murder (The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1928)
· The Momentous Blemish (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1928, as "Blemish: The Story of a Titled Murderer")
· The Incomplete Capture (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1928, as "Lady Among Thieves")
· The Sub-Commissioner's Parlour (The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 24, 1927 and The Strand Magazine, Jun 1928, as "The Masked Trinity")
· The Great We (The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 21, 1928 and The Strand Magazine, Aug 1928, as "The Doubtful Guest")
· The Little Yellow Birds (The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 4, 1928 and The Strand Magazine, Sep 1928)
· The Amazing Abduction (The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 18, 1928)
· The Stubborn End (The Saturday Evening Post, Mar 3, 1928)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 1935, 8vo, 316 pp
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Translations
French:
Le détective Benskin, tr. F. De Tilly
• Éditions Alexis Redier, 1932
German:
Menschenjagd (Manhunt), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Goldmanns Taschen-Krimi, No. 46, 1954, 218 pp


I

The Illustrious Prince [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Oct 30, 1909, ff
The Cosmopolitan, sl, Nov 1909-Jul 1910
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• : McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1910, 323 pp
• Musson Book Co., Toronto, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
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Translations
Dutch:
De doorluchtige prins (The Illustrious Prince), tr. Angelica van Hest
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 13, Amsterdam, 1929
French:
Le Prince Maiyo (Prince Maiyo), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1935, 1948, 246 pp
German:
Der fremde Prinz (The Strange Prince), tr. Kamilla Rybiezka
• Verlag Bachem, Cologne, 1914, 287 pp
Russian:
Prints Mayo (Prince Maiyo), tr.
• Gramatu draugs, Riga, 1930, 168 pp
Spanish:
El huésped del castillo de Devenham (The Guest at Devenham Castle), tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. VII, 1943, 206 pp
The Inevitable Millionaires [coll] [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1923, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 322 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 322 pp
• McClellan & Stewart, Toronto, 1925, 322 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1925, 322 pp
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1925, 322 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Millionair tegen wil en dank (Unwilling and Ungrateful Millionaires), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
French:
Millionnaires malgré tout (Millionaires Despite Everything), tr. Jeanne Fournier-Pargoire
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936, 253 pp
German:
Millionäre wider Willen (Unwilling Millionaires), tr. Fritz Pütsch
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die heiteren Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 286 pp
Spanish:
Millonarios a la fuerza (The Inevitable Millionaires), tr. M.T. & A. Quintana
• Santiago : Ediciones Ercilla, 1932, Santiago, 235 pp
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. I, 1943, 283 pp
Norwegian:
Milliionærer mot sin vilje (Millionaires Against Their Will), tr. Eiv. Horn
• Oslo, 1929, 282 pp
Inspector Dickins Retires [coll]
UK title of "Gangster's Glory"
Contents
· The Call of the Burning Mascot (The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 29, 1929)
· The Braggarts' Conference (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 13, 1929)
· Mat's Luck (The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 27, 1929)
· Passiter's Simple Job (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 10, 1929)
· The Tabernacle of Judgment (The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 24, 1929)
· Crooks Pay (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 7, 1929)
· Wives Never Tell (The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 21, 1929)
· Hornets Sting (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 5, 1929)
· Riverside Snowballing (The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 19, 1929)
· The Passing of Nick of New York (The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 2, 1929)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1932, 8vo, 317 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De bende-koningin (The Gang Queen), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
L'Inspecteur Dickins prend sa retraite (Inpector Dickins Retires), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, 1936, 1950, 245 pp
Spanish:
Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York), tr. Esteban Macragh
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 2007, 92 pp
• Ediciones Ercilla, Santiago, Altera No. 127, 1937, 115 pp
El Tesoro de los Gangsters (The Gangsters' Treasure), tr. Antonio Guardiola
• Editorial Molina, Barcelona, 1934, 112 pp, bi-columnar text
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—Nick de Nueva York (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—Nick of New York)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves)
The Interloper [nov]
US title of "The Ex-Duke"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 307 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1927, 307 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1927, 307 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ca. 1941, 307 pp
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Dutch:
Hertog tegen wil en dank (The Reluctant Duke), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
French:
Le Nouveau Duc, tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936
German:
Der fromme Lebemann (The Pious Playboy), tr. Robert von Voss
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1929, 8vo, 259 pp
Spanish:
El Ex Duque (The Ex-Duke), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLI, 1949, 236 pp
Exit a Dictator
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 1941, 1952, 8vo, 288 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 315 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 315 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939, 315 pp
• Sun Dial Press, New York, 1941, 315 pp
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Jacob's Ladder [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1921, 8vo, 316
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1921, 303 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1921, 303 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1921, 303 pp, fp. F. Vaux Wilson
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Translations
Dutch:
Leer om leer (Ladder by Ladder), tr. M.J. Landré-Tollenaar
• Feuilleton-bibliotheek No. 37, N.V. Drukkerij Jacob van Kampen, Amsterdam, 1923; 2nd printing 1934
Oplichters zijn welkom (Swindlers Are Welcome), tr. Gerard Michon
• "Margriet" pocket-serie, De Geïllustreerde Pers N.V., Amsterdam, 1965
German:
Jimmy macht sein Glück (Jimmy Makes It Good), tr. Arthur Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, 1929, Die blauen Goldmann-Bücher, 264 pp
Norwegian:
Gullfuglen (The Golden Birds), tr. Constance Wiel Schram
• Aschehoug, Oslo, 1929, 248 pp
Russian:
Priklyucheniya Yakova Pretta (The Adventures of Jacob Pratt), tr.
• Izdatel'stvo "Proletarii", 192-?, 278 pp
Jeanne of the Marshes [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Oct 31, 1908, ff
Gunter's Magazine, sl, Jun-Oct 1909
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1909, 382 pp, ill. J.V. McFall and C.E. Brock
• A.L. Burt, New York, 1909, 382 pp, ill. C.E. Brock
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1909, 320 pp, ill. C.E. Brock
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 1911, 1912, 320 pp, ill. C.E. Brock
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 370, 1909, 128 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
Dutch:
Jeanne, tr. Elvé
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 33, Amsterdam, 1930
Jennerton & Co. [coll]
Contents
· Three Birds with One Stone (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1927)
· Judgment Postponed (The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1927, as "A Murderer in Love")
· The Tax Collector (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1927, as "The Troublesome Double")
· The Lion's Den (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1927, as "A Mild- mannered Murderer")
· The Yankeedoodle Kid (The Cosmopolitan, May 1927, as "To Be Held for Ransom")
· Waiting for Tonks (The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1927, as "The Expected Murder)"
· Numbers One And Seven (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Tawsitter's Millions (The Country Gentleman, Oct 1928)
· The Man With Two Bags (The Country Gentleman, Jan 1929)
· The Great Bear (The Country Gentleman, Mar 1929)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 314 pp
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Spanish:
Jennerton y Ca. (Jennerton & Co.), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LV, 1951, 218 pp
Jeremiah and the Princess [nov]
Ladies Home Journal, sl, Apr-Sep 1932
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, 310 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, 310 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 310 pp
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, Collection of British and American Authors, No. 5104, 1933, 279 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Jeremiah en de prinses (Jeremiah and the Princess), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
Spanish:
Jeremías y la princesa, tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XIV, 1942, 267 pp
A Journalist in Theos [nov]
Variant title of The Traitors, used in:
The Weekly Press, Christchurch, New Zealand, Mar 27, 1902 ff
Judy of Bunter's Buildings [nov]
UK title of "The Magnificent Hoax"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1941, 8vo, 318 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Judy, danseresje (Dancing Judy), tr. hr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1937
French:
La Double Vie de Lady Judith, tr. G. Longuet
• Éditions de France, 1937


K

The Kingdom of Earth [nov]
as by Anthony Partridge, US and variant UK title of "The Black Watcher"
The Cosmopolitan, sl, Nov 1907-Jun 1908
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1909, 329 pp; ill. A.B. Wenzell
• Musson Book Co., Toronto, 1909, 329 pp; ill. A.B. Wenzell
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1909, 329 pp; ill. A.B. Wenzell
• Mills & Boon, London, 1909, 316 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 1913, ca. 1919, 260 pp, as "The Black Watcher"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1928, 57 pp, as "The Black Watcher"; large pictorial paperback
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Translations
Dutch:
De stille toeschouwer (The Silent Watcher), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 27, Amsterdam, 1930
The Kingdom of the Blind [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916, 1918, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1916, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1916, 1918, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
The American Sunday Monthly Magazine, San Fransico, sl, August 13, 1916 ff
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 1920, 305 pp, fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1917, 305 pp
• Éditions Louis Conard, Paris, 1918, 284 pp
• Frank Cass, Portland, Oregon, Classics of Espionage, 1997
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Dutch:
De landverrader (The Traitors), tr. J.M. Merkus Makkink
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 26, 1930
The King's Cup [play]
A play in four acts, co-written with Herbert Dennis Bradley]
• Samuel French, Inc., London, French's Acting Editions, No. 2434, 1913, 82 pp


L

Last Train Out [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1940, 309 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1940, 309 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1940, 309 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1940, 309 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1941, 256 pp
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Spanish:
El último tren (The Last Train), tr. Antonio Tono & Leoncio Sureda
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXIII, 1952, 235 pp
A Lawyer's Romance [nov]
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Sep 28, 1889, ff
Legacy of Adventure [ser]
Variant title of "Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees" (qv)
This Week, USA, Oct 27-Dec 29, 1935; ill. Marshall Frantz
Presumably some, if not all, of the syndicated story titles differ from those used in the book. The only title that could be verified in the course of research is that of the fifth story in the series—"The Mystery of Monte Carlo"—which appeared in This Week on Nov 24, 1935. This title was not used in the book, where the fifth story is "The Auctioneer's Licence."
The Light Beyond [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, 8vo, 312 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1928, 311 pp
• A.L Burt Co., New York, 1928, 311 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1928, 311 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1928, 1939, 311 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Hodder & Stoughton Yellow Ninepennies, 1932, 128 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1950, 256 pp
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Dutch:
Dukane en dochter (Dukane and Daughter), tr. van C.E. Stroman
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929
French:
Un forban d'aujourd'hui (A Modern-Day Pirate), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1934, 256 pp
German:
Spekulanten (Speculators), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 3, 1931, 272 pp
Spanish:
Un claro en la niebla (A Light in the Mist), tr. Eduardo S Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LIX, 1952, 239 pp
The Lighted Way [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 25, 1911, ff
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Jan 6-Mar 9, 1912
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 8vo, 315 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
• McClelland & Goodchild Ltd., Toronto, 1912, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
• Thomas Nelson & Sons, Paris, Nelson's Continental Library, No. 21, 1915, 1917, 1920, 378 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912, 192-?, 355 pp, ill. A.B. Wenzell
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Dutch:
Mysterie (Mystery), tr. Ada van Arkel
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
Spanish:
La sortija escarlata (The Scarlet Ring), tr. J. Tejero Corretcher
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXI, 1944, 223 pp
The Lion and the Lamb [nov]
Collier's Weekly Dec 27, 1929 - Feb 25, 1930
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1932, 1936, 317 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 8vo, 294 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1930, 8vo, 294 pp
• World Publishing/Tower Books, Cleveland, Ohio, ©1930, 1945, 8vo, 294 pp
• Popular Library, PB#339, New York, 1951, 222 pp (abridged edition)
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Dutch:
De leeuw en het lam (The Lion and the Lamb), tr. L.V.
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 19--?, 240 pp
German:
Der Löwe und das Lamm (The Lion and the Lamb), tr. Helene Schidrowitz
• Amonesta-Verlag, Leipzig & Vienna, 1931, 316 pp
Norwegian:
Løven og lammet (The Lion and the Lamb), tr. Elice Faye-Hansen
• Oslo, 1933, 244 pp
The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead [coll]
Full title: "The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead and a Few of the Adventures in Which He Became Involved"
Originally syndicated to American newspapers as "The Whimsical Three"
Contents
· The Legacy of Ebenezer Chance (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Dec 30, 1919-Jan 3, 1920)
· The Picture Maniac (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 5-10, 1920)
· Sir Julian Kand and Co. (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 12-17, 1920)
· The Miracle of Lord Grim (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 19-24, 1920)
· The Little Grey Book (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Jan 26- 31, 1920)
· Sir Julian Kand Prefers New York (The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Feb 2-7, 1920)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926, 8vo, 255 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Un bribón afortunado (A Lucky Rascal), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LVIII, 1951, 200 pp
Spanish:
El hombrecillo de Okehampstead (The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, 1958, 126 pp
The Long Arm [coll]
UK title of "The Long Arm of Mannister"
Contents
· The Noxious Gift (The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1907)
· Traske and the Bracelet (The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1907)
· The Atruscan Silver Mine (The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1907)
· The Defeat of Rundermere (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1908)
· The End of John Dykes—Burglar (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1908)
· A Woman Intervenes (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1908)
· The Regeneration of Jacobs (The Cosmopolitan, May 1908)
· The Making of Hambledon (The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1908)
· At the End of the Journey (The Cosmopolitan, Jul 1908)
· His Last Quest (The Cosmopolitan, Aug 1908)
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 1914, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908, 278 pp; ill. Frank Snapp, as "The Long Arm of Mannister"
• W. Briggs, Toronto, 1909, 318 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1933, 248 pp
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Dutch:
Afrekening (Settling Accounts), tr. C.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1928
The Long Arm of Mannister [coll]
US title of "The Long Arm"
Contents
· The Noxious Gift (The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1907)
· Traske and the Bracelet (The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1907)
· The Atruscan Silver Mine (The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1907)
· The Defeat of Rundermere (The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1908)
· The End of John Dykes—Burglar (The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1908)
· A Woman Intervenes (The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1908)
· The Regeneration of Jacobs (The Cosmopolitan, May 1908)
· The Making of Hambledon (The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1908)
· At the End of the Journey (The Cosmopolitan, Jul 1908)
· His Last Quest (The Cosmopolitan, Aug 1908)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908, 1917, 278 pp; ill. Frank Snapp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 318 pp, as "The Long Arm"
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Dutch:
Afrekening (Settling Accounts), tr. C.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1928
The Lost Ambassador
US title of "The Missing Delora"
The Popular Magazine, sl, May 15-Aug 1, 1910
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 297 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1910, 297 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1910, 297 pp
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, ©1910, 297 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Skjulte Spor (Hidden Traces), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Copenhagen, 1924, 166 pp
French:
La Disparition de Delora, tr. Comtesse Egly de Fitte de Soucy
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Sep 5-Oct 28 1911
• La Renaissance du Livre, Paris, 1918
Spanish:
Delora el enigmático (Delora the Enigmatic), tr. Rosés Delclós
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVII, 1953, 238 pp
A Lost Leader [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 26, 1906, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1906, 8vo, 296 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1907, 296 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1906, 296 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1906, 319 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 319 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, 252 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
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Madame [coll]
UK title of "Madame and Her Twelve Virgins"
Contents
· The Trimming of Mr. Edgar Franks (Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1924, Jun 1927)
· The Terrible Ordeal of Sir John Fardell (Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1924)
· The First Embrace (Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1924)
· Mr. Hopp's Astute Deal (Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1924, as "An Astute Deal")
· A Gamble in Franks Oils (Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1924)
· The Black Virgin (Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1924)
· Rapasto's Last Service (Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1925)
· A Coward by Quittance (Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1925)
· Madame's Mosaic Law (Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1925, as "Madame Seeks a Prince")
· The Last of the Virgins (Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1925)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 319 pp
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Translations
French:
Madame, tr. Suzanne Flour
• Librairie des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 1947, 245 pp
German:
Madame und ihre Zwölf (Madame and Her Twelve), tr. Josef Niggli
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 219 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, 1929, 8vo, 240 pp
Spanish:
Saldo de cuentas (Settling Accounts), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVI, 1946, 218 pp
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins [coll]
US title of "Madame"
Contents
· The Trimming of Mr. Edgar Franks (Harper's Bazaar, Jul 1924, Jun 1927)
· The Terrible Ordeal of Sir John Fardell (Harper's Bazaar, Aug 1924)
· The First Embrace (Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1924)
· Mr. Hopp's Astute Deal (Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1924, as "An Astute Deal")
· A Gamble in Franks Oils (Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1924)
· The Black Virgin (Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1924)
· Rapasto's Last Service (Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1925)
· A Coward by Quittance (Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1925)
· Madame's Mosaic Law (Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1925, as "Madame Seeks a Prince")
· The Last of the Virgins (Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1925)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 325 pp
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Translations
French:
Madame, tr. Suzanne Flour
• Librairie des Champs-Elysées, Paris, 1947, 245 pp
German:
Madame und ihre Zwölf (Madame and Her Twelve), tr. Josef Niggli
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin, 1929, 8vo, 219 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, 1929, 8vo, 240 pp
Spanish:
Saldo de cuentas (Settling Accounts), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVI, 1946, 218 pp
The Magnificent Hoax [nov]
US title of "Judy of Bunter's Buildings"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936. 316 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1936, 326 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1936, 316 pp
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, "A Burt Book," 1936, 316 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1940, 316 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Judy, danseresje (Dancing Judy), tr. hr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1937
French:
La Double Vie de Lady Judith, tr. G. Longuet
• Éditions de France, 1937
A Maker of History [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 13, 1905, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1905, 1908, 1931, 251 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1918, 305 pp, ill. FredPegram
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1906, 305 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie,©1906, 305 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 305 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Café Montmartre, tr. Knut H. Rosenlöv
Dutch:
Een politiek complot (A Political Plot), tr. J.v.M.
• Romanbibliotheek 36, 1913
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, ca. 1926
The Malefactor [nov]
US title of "Mr. Wingrave, Millionaire"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 25, 1905, ff, as "Mr. Wingrave, Millionaire"
The Popular Magazine, sl, Mar-Aug 1906
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1907, 1915, 1917, 1918, 304 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1907, 304 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1907, 304 pp
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Dutch:
De wraak van Wingrave (Wingrave's Revenge), tr. F.B. Rinck
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 2, Amsterdam, 1927
German:
Mr Wingrave, Millionär, tr. Frida von Holtzendorff
• Hilger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, Kürschners Bücherschatz, No. 984/985, 1914, 8vo, 208 pp
The Man and His Kingdom [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl,Sheffield, England, Nov 26, 1898, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1899, 325 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
• J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1900, 325 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1907, 325 pp; ill. Charles Grunwald
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 325 pp; ill. Charles Grunwald
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1917, 324 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, 1928, 250 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 128 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
Dutch:
De republiek San Marino (The Republic of Sam Marino), tr. N.B. Elvé
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 25, 1930
De dochter van den president (The President's Daughter), tr. ?
• Boek- en Handelsdrukkerij Helmond, Speciaal-serie No. 12, 1935
German:
Revolution, tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta Verlag, 1931, 8vo, 240 pp
French:
L'Homme et son royaume, tr. Eve Paul-Margueritte
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Dec 13, 1909-Jan 15, 1910
The Man from Sing Sing [nov]
US title of "Moran Chambers Smiled"
Collier's Weekly, Aug 29-Oct 31, 1931
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 306
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1932, 306 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1932, 306 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1932, 306 pp
• The World Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Tower Book Edition, 1943, 306 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Moran Chambers glimlacht (Moran Chambers Smiled), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
French:
Le faux témoin (The False Witness), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, 1937, 253 pp
Spanish:
La sonrisa de Moran (Moran's Smile), tr. Alfonso Nadal
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1934, 91 pp
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, 1950, 255pp
• Aguilar, Madrid, 1980, in E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels)
The Man Who Changed His Plea [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1942, 288 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1942, 291 pp
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The Man Who Saved the World [nov]
Variant title of "The Spy Paramount," used in:
Collier's Weekly, Aug 18-Oct 20, 1934
The Man Without Nerves [nov]
US title of "The Bank Manager"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1934, 311 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1934, 311 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1934, 311 pp
• McCelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1934, 311
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 8vo, 322 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De bankdirecteur (The Bank Manager), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
French:
L'Étrange directeur de banque (The Strange Bank Manager), tr. Pierre-François Caillé
• Éditions F. Rouff, Paris, Collection la Clé, No, 4, 1938, 222 pp
Spanish:
El hombre sin nervios (The Man Without Nerves), tr. G. López Hipkiss
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, No. 54, 1965, 256 pp
E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas—El hombre sin nervios (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels—The Man Without Nerves)
• Editorial Aguilar, Mexico, 1980, in one volume with La sonrisa de Moran (The Man from Sing Sing) and Nick de Nueva York (Nick of New York)
Many Mysteries [coll]
Stories by other writers, edited by Oppenheim)
• Rich & Cowan Ltd., London, 1933, 925 pp
The Master Mummer [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, October 15, 1904, ff, as We Three and Isobel
• A.L. Dent Co., New York, 1904, 1946, 309 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1904, 1905, 1907, 309 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1904, 1946, 309 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1905, 315 pp pp, ill. F.H. Townsend
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 259, 1930, 127 pp
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German:
Isobel und ihre Freunde (Isobel and Her Friends), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 8vo, 233 pp
German:
Mord? (Murder?), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring); reprint of Isobel und ihre Freunde under new title
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, Delta Kriminal-Romane, No. 3, 1932, 8vo, 187 pp
Portuguese:
Um grande génio (A Great Genius), tr. J.S. Paula Rosa
• Edições Europa, Lisbon, 1935?, 8vo, 260 pp
Spanish:
El peso de la corona (The Burden of the Crown), tr. Leoncio Sureda
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXII, 1952, 220 pp
Master of Men [nov]
UK title of "Enoch Strone"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 4, 1901, ff
• Methuen & Co., London, 1901, 1912, 1913, 1919, 256 pp
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902, as "Enoch Strone"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 293 pp, as "Enoch Strone—A Master of Men"; ill. J.W. Kennedy
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, abridged, in one volume with The Yellow House
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Master of Men [nov]
Abridged version of the homonymous 1901 novel aka Enoch Strone)
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, together with The Yellow House
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Master of Sinister House [nov]
Magazine title of "The Treasure House of Martin Hews" (qv)
Collier's Weekly, sl, Sep 22-Dec 15, 1928
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Translations
Dutch:
De eenoogige Boedha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. C.E. Kwak-Stroman
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
Le manoir aux trésors (Treasure Manor), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Le Figaro, sl, Mar 20-Jun 4, 1940 (incomplete)
Le manoir maudit (The Cursed Manor)
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, Dec 1948
German:
Der einäugige Buddha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann Bücher, 1931, 8vo, 276 pp
Polish:
Nieuchwytny Jeff (Elusive Jeff), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Akapit, Katowice, 1992, 165 pp
Jednooki Budda (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Xeein, 2012, 294 pp
Spanish:
El Tesoro de Martin Hews (The Treasure House of Martin Hews), tr. Zoe Godoy
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1935, 96 pp, bi-columnar text
Matorni's Vineyard [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1928, 308 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1928, 308 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1928, 308 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1928, 1929, 308 pp
• World Library Guild, New York, ©1928, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 1936 (7th ed), 1940, 307 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Matorni's wijngaard (Matorni's Vineyard), tr. L.V.
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
"Z 33" tr. Jacques Henri-Robert
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, 1934, 1951, 253 pp
German:
Gewitter um Monte Carlo (Thunderstorm at Monte Carlo), tr. Arthur A Schönhausen
• Avalun-Presse, Dresden, 1932, 238 pp
Norwegian:
Matornis vingård (Matorni's Vineyard), tr. ?
• Oslo, 1929, 136 pp
Spanish:
La espía inesperada (The Unexpected Spy), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LVII, 1951, 203 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1962, 63 pp (abridgment)
Swedish:
Matornis vingård (Matorni's Vineyard), tr.?
• Hugo Gebers förlag, Stockholm, 1930, pp 229
The Mayor on Horseback [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, 353 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937, 353 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1937, 353 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De burgemeester te paard (The Mayor on Horseback), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1945
Michael's Evil Deeds [coll]
Variant title of the magazine series "The Sinister Quest of Norman Greyes"
Contents
· The Undiscovered Murderer (The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921; The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921, as "The Green-Eyed Accomplice")
· The Kiss of Judas (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1922)
· The Menwood Road Bank Robbery (The Strand Magazine, Feb 1922; The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922, as "The Leeds Bank Robbery")
· The Honour of Monsieur Lutarde (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1922)
· The Three Malefactors (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1922)
· The Winds of Death (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, May 1922)
· Seven Boxes of Gold (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jun 1922)
· The Unfamiliar Triangle (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jul 1922)
· Michael's Wedding Gift (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1922)
· The Mystery Advertisement (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Sep 1922)
· The Great Elusion (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Oct 1922)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923, 311 pp; fp. W.B. King
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
• Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
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Translations
Dutch:
Michael's misdaden (Michael's Evil Deeds), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929/dd>
French:
Les forfaits de Michael (Michael's Atrocious Deeds), tr. Germaine Guillemot Magitot
• Librairie Hachette (Imprimerie de Brodard et Taupin), Paris, 1947, 256 pp
German:
Rekord der Abenteuer (Record of Adventures), tr. Carl Ehrenstein
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1929, 240 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Munich, Goldmanns Taschen- Krimi, vol. 431954, 210 pp
Spanish:
Las andanzas de Miguel (The Adventures of Miguel), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las novelas de la palma, No. 40, 195-?, 153 pp
Las andanzas de Sayers (The Adventures of Sayers), tr. José Flores Espinosa
• Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. policiaca,No. 20, 1958, 159 pp
• Plaza & Janés, Esplugas de Llobregat, 1962
The Milan Grill Room [coll]
Contents
· Marie Louise Will Be There
· The Kidnapping of Mr. Peter Jardine
· The Calais Gun
· The Third Key
· The Shadow Man
· £100,000 Risk
· The Knaves' Messenger
· A Broken Sabbath
· The Man in the Grey Suede Gloves
· Mrs. Masters and Her Playboy
This Week, USA, May 21-Jul 29, 1939
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942, 8vo, 255 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941, 263 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939, 315 pp
A Millionaire of Yesterday [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 15, 1899
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1900, 1906, 1940, 256 pp
• J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1900, 228 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 121 pp, bi-columnar text; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1916, 315 pp; ill. J.W. Ferguson Kennedy
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca. 1910, 189 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca. 1912, 315 pp; ill. ?
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 315pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca. 1919, 251 pp
• Brown Watson, Kibworth Beauchamp, England, 1963, 160 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1970
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Translations
Danish:
Fortidens skygger (Shadows of the Past), tr. Vera Bragg
• Gyldendalske, Copenhagen, 1927, 199 pp
Dutch:
Door eigen kracht (By His Own Strength), tr.
• Van Holkema en Warendorf, Amsterdam, 1923, 1930
French:
Je n'ai pas tué (I Did Not Kill), tr. Germaine Guillemot-Magitot
• Éditions Morgan, Paris, 1947, 287 pp
German:
Scarlett Trent der Abenteurer (Scarlett Trent—Adventurer), tr. Reinhard Rijke
• Rijke & Stock, Berlin, 1927, 232 pp
• F. Wagner, Leipzig, 1927, 232 pp
The Million-Pound Deposit [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 20-May 25, 1929
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 316 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1930, 316 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1930, 316 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1930, 316 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Fem om en Million (Five of a Million), tr. Merete Haupt
• Copenhagen, 1935, 175 pp
Dutch:
Een geraffineerd komplot (A Cunning Scheme), tr. J. Nahuys-Duvivier
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
French:
Six hommes et cent millions (Six Men and a Hundred Million), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Les meilleurs romans étrangers, 1935, 256 pp
German:
Das Millionendepot (The Million-Deposit), tr. Helene Schidrowitz
• Amonesta-Verlag, Leipzig and Vienna, Die versiegelten Bücher series, 1931, 8vo, 272 pp
Spanish:
La gran aventura de Lord Dutley (Lord Dutley's Grand Adventure), tr. José Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XI, 1941, 274 pp
The Mill of the Gods [nov]
Variant title of "The Great Impersonation," used in:
Harper's Bazaar, Feb-Sep 1919
The Mischief Maker [nov]
Cassell's Saturday Journal, sl, 1912 (one installment was published on May 18, 1912; the publication dates of the other installments could not be ascertained)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1913, 332 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
• McClelland & Goodchild, Toronto, 1913, 372 pp, ill. Hanson Booth
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Miss Brown of X.Y.O. [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 344 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1927, 344 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1927, 344 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 315 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, 1951, A Hodder & Stoughton Yellow-Jacket, 8vo, 315
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Translations
Dutch:
Miss Brown, tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1929
Spanish:
El cuaderno de taquigrafía (The Shorthand Notebook), tr. Manuel Vallvé
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1934, 96 pp, bi-columnar text
German:
Dessiters geheime Mission (Dessiter's Secret Mission), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, No. 15, 1930, 246 pp
Missing [sl]
The Popular Magazine, May 15-Jul 1, 1914
No record of book publication found
The Missing Delora [nov]
UK title of "The Lost Ambassador"
• Methuen & Co., London, 1910, 340 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1910, 1912, 1924, 1937, 264 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Skjulte Spor (Hidden Traces), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Copenhagen, 1924, 166 pp
French:
La Disparition de Delora, tr. Comtesse Egly de Fitte de Soucy
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Sep 5-Oct 28 1911
• La Renaissance du Livre, Paris, 1918
Spanish:
Delora el enigmático (Delora the Enigmatic), tr. Rosés Delclós
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVII, 1953, 238 pp
The Missioner [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 16, 1907, ff
Pearson's Magazine (US), sl, Jul 1907-Feb 1908
• Brown, Little & Co., Boston, 1907, 1909, 312 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1907, 1909, 1913, 1917, 312 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1908, 320 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1908, 1919, 253 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Copp Clark Publishing Co., Toronto, 1908, 320 pp, ill. Fred Pegram
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 191-?, 124 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, abridged version, 1938, 8vo, 127 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De idealist (The Idealist), tr. R.W. Lammers
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 11, Amsterdam, 1929
The Modern Prometheus: A Romance [nov]
• T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1896, 185 pp
• F.T. Neely's Prismatic Library, London & New York, 1897, 204 pp; ill. H.B. Mathews
A Monk of Cruta [nov]
Beeton's Christmas Annual, 1894
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1894, 1897, 340 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, 1894, 340 pp
• J.S. Ogilvie, New York, 1894, 340 pp
• F.T. Neely, Chicago & New York, 1894, 340 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1899, 1917, 317 pp; ill. Warne Browne
• J.S. Ogilvie, New York, Ogilvie's Popular Railroad Series, No. 38, 1906, 340 pp, as "The Tragedy of Adrea"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London,19--?, Sixpenny Copyright Novels, No. 139, 127 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1927, 254 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De monnik van Cruta (The Monk of Cruta), tr. C.G. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1930; Arrow Series No. 24
German:
Das Geheimnis von Cruta (The Secret of Cruta), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Arthur Cassirer Verlag, Berlin, 1931, 242 pp
Moran Chambers Smiled [nov]
UK title of "The Man from Sing Sing"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Jacket series, 1932, 1936, 8vo, 318 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Ninepenny series, 1933, 128 pp
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, Collection of British and American Authors, No. 5064, 1932, 303 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1954, 192 pp
Moran Chambers Smiled [nov]
UK title of "The Man from Sing Sing"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Jacket series, 1932, 1936, 8vo, 318 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, Yellow Ninepenny series, 1933, 128 pp
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, Collection of British and American Authors, No. 5064, 1932, 303 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1954, 192 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Moran Chambers glimlacht (Moran Chambers Smiled), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1933
French:
Le faux témoin (The False Witness), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, 1937, 253 pp
Spanish:
La sonrisa de Moran (Moran's Smile), tr. Alfonso Nadal
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1934, 91 pp
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Selecciones de Biblioteca de Oro, 1950, 255pp
• Aguilar, Madrid, 1980, in E. Phillips Oppenheim: Novelas escogidas (E. Phillips Oppenheim: Selected Novels)
The Moving Finger [nov]
US title of "The Falling Star"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1911, 301 pp
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Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon [coll]
Contents
· The Bamboozling of Mr. Gascoigne (Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1925)
· The Numbers of Death (Collier's Weekly, May 2, 1925)
· Mrs. Block Contributes (Collier's Weekly, May 9, 1925)
· The Café of Terror (Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1925)
· The Royal Game (Collier's Weekly, May 23, 1925, as "Royal Games")
· Blood-Money (Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1925)
· The Symbol in the Boot (Collier's Weekly, Jun 6, 1925, as "The Hiddden Symbol"
· The Salvation of Mr. Norton (Collier's Weekly, Jun 13, 1925)
· The Stink Wizard (Collier's Weekly, Jun 20, 1925, as "Monte Carlo Pays a Gas Bill")
· Christian the Concierge (Collier's Weekly, Jun 27, 1925)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929, 283 pp
The Oppenheim Omnibus, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut, Spies and Intrigues Series, 1984, in one volume with Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
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Translations
Dutch:
Avonturiers (Adventurers), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
Spanish:
Tres pícaros en Montecarlo (Three Rogues in Monte Carlo), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LVI, 1951, 216 pp
Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Oct 17-Dec 26, 1914
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1915, 379 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1915, 379 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, ©1915, 1920, 379 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• Éditions Louis Conard, Paris, Standard collection of British and American authors, No. 35, 1916
• Methuen & Co., London, 1915, 1918, 305 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, cheap edition, 1917, 1924, 1930, 1932, 256 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, Methuen's Sixpennies, No. 2, 1939, 252 pp
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Danish:
Mr. Grex i Monte Carlo, tr. Ingeborg Lollesgaard
• Gyldendal, Copenhagen, Gyldendals 1 Krones Bøger, No. 16., 1918, 238 pp
Dutch:
Mr. Grex van Monte Carlo, tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
Spanish:
Doble luna de miel (Double Honeymoon), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. L, 1950, 238 pp
Swedish:
Mr. Grex från Monte Carlo (Mr. Grex from Monte Carlo), tr. ?
• Åhlén & Åkerlund, 1919, 312 pp
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures [coll]
Contents
· The Secret of the "Magnifique" (The Popular Magazine, May 15, 1912)
· The Tragedy at the Flower Farm (The Popular Magazine, Jun 1, 1912)
· The House of the Woman of Death (The Popular Magazine, Jun 15, 1912, as "Rachael, the Woman of Death")
· The Strange Meeting at the Villa de Cap Frinet (The Popular Magazine, Jul 1, 1912, as "The Adventure at the Villa de Cap Frinet")
· The Vagaries of the Prince of Liguria (The Popular Magazine, Jul 15, 1912)
· Mystery House (The Popular Magazine, Aug 1, 1912, as "The Last of Stephen Lenfield")
· The Flowers of Death (The Popular Magazine, Aug 15, 1912
· The Deserted Hotel (The Popular Magazine, Sep 1, 1912)
· The Case of Mr. and Mrs. Stetson (The Popular Magazine, Sep 15, 1912, as "The Stetson Affair")
· Mr. Greenlaw's Forty Thousand Pounds (The Popular Magazine, Oct 1, 1912)
· The Disappearance of Mr. Colshaw (The Popular Magazine, Oct 15, 1912)
· Mr. Laxworthy, Debt Collector (The Popular Magazine, Nov 1, 1912)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 312 pp, coloured fp. by Cyrus Cuneo
• Cassell & Co., London, 1915, 8vo, 128 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 242 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1926, 1934, 305 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1931, 316 pp
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
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Translations
Dutch:
De avonturen van den heer Laxworthy (Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures), tr. ?
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam; Arrow Series, date not ascertained
French;
Les Petits Talents de Mr Laxworthy, tr. Louis Labat
• L'Oeuvre, sl, Sep 19-Oct 24, 1921
Mr. Lessingham Goes Home [nov]
UK title of "The Zeppelin's Passenger"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 253 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 8vo, 1918, 1919, 314 pp
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Translations
Italian:
Non scherziamo con l'amore! (Don't Joke with Love), tr. Maria Banti
• Salani Editore, Florence, Italy, 1975, 249 pp
Norwegian:
Zeppelin Passageren, tr. Gertrud Rung
• Aarhus, Kristiana, 1921, 184 pp
Spanish:
Secreto heroico (Heroic Secret), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLII, 1949, 213 pp
Mr. Marx's Secret [nov]
• W.C. Leng & Co., London, 1899, Weekly Telegraph novels, No. 2, 96 pp
• Simpkin Marshall, London, 1899
The Cavalier, sl, Dec 1911-Jan 27 1912
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909, 2nd edition, 324 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, 314 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916, 314 pp; fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland, Goodchild, & Stewart, Toronto, 1916, 314 pp; fp. by F. Vaux Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1926, 256 pp
• Cleveland : Economy Book League, Celeveland, Ohio, 1933, 289 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van den heer Marx (Mr. Marx's Secret), tr. J.M. Merkus Makkink
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 5, 1929
Mr. Mirakel [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1943, 8vo, 224 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1943, 279 pp
• Gosset & Dunlap, New York, 1943, 279 pp

  
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Mr. Wingrave, Millionaire [nov]
UK title of "The Malefactor"
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 25, 1905, ff, as "Mr. Wingrave, Millionaire"
The Popular Magazine, sl, Mar-Aug 1906, as "The Malefactor"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1906, 1918, 320 pp, ill. ?
• Queensland Braille Writing Association, Annerley, nd, 5 vols. of interpoint Braille
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Translations
Dutch:
De wraak van Wingrave (Wingrave's Revenge), tr. F.B. Rinck
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 2, Amsterdam, 1927
German:
Mr Wingrave, Millionär, tr. Frida von Holtzendorff
• Hilger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, Kürschners Bücherschatz, No. 984/985, 1914, 8vo, 208 pp
Murder at Deighton Court [nov]
Variant title of "The Postmaster of Market Deignton," used in:
Famous Novel Magazine, Jan 1928
Murder at Monte Carlo [nov]
The Red Book Magazine, sl, Feb-May 1932
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, 308 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, 308pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, 1934 1935 317 pp
• Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934, 288 pp
The Advertiser, Adelaide, Australia, Dec 17, 1932- Jan 7, 1933, as "Wolves Amongst the Honey"
• The World Syndicate Publishing Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1935
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Danish:
Mord i Monte Carlo, tr. Ebba Grünnbaum
• Kriminal-Klubben, Copenhagen, 1934, 159 pp
Dutch:
Moord te Monte Carlo (Murder at Monte Carlo), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
Mysteries of the Riviera [coll]
Contents
· The Affair of the Santa Mona Spring (The Blue Book Magazine, Feb 1915)
· The Injured Husband (The Blue Book Magazine, Apr 1915)
· The Curious Disappearance of Mr. James Westthrop (The Blue Book Magazine, Jun 1915)
· The Siren Voice, Part 1 (The Blue Book Magazine, Jan 1916)
· The Siren Voice, Part 2 (The Blue Book Magazine, Jan 1916)
· The Tortoiseshell Princess (The Blue Book Magazine, Aug 1915)
· The Deliverance of Mrs. Kinsey (The Blue Book Magazine, Nov 1915, as "They Rescue a Lady")
· The Yellow Disk (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Inverted Message (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Last Quest (The Blue Book Magazine, Mar 1916)
• Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 247 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1926, 1927, 305 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1932, cheap edition, 252 pp
• Cassell & Co., London, 1956, 254 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Geheimzinnigheden aan de Riviera (Mysteries on the Riviera), tr. E.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 19, 1929
Misdaad aan de Riviera (Crime on the Riviera), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1933, 224 pp
Spanish:
Misterios de la Riviera, tr. Francisco Salmerón
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLIX, 1950, 219 pp
Swedish:
Riviera-mysterier (Riviera Mysteries), tr. Emilie Kullman
• Dahlberg, Stockholm, 1918, 223 pp
Mysterious Mr. Sabin: or, Love and Intrigue [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 2, 1897,ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1898, 8vo, 397 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
The Windsor Magazine, special Christmas supplement, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1899, 8vo, 127 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1905, 397 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
In Strange Company, together with Phra the Phoenician (by Edwin Lester Arnold), The Scallywag (by Grant Allen), and In Strange Company (by Guy Boothby), Ward, Lock & Co., London, ca 1900, large 8vo, 127, 156, 150, and 80 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1905, 397 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, no date
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 397 pp
• Street & Smith Co., New York, 1929, as No. 106 in the Adventure Library series
The Secret Service Omnibus No. 1, in one volume with A Maker of History and The Illustrious Prince, Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 1946, 819 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Den hemlighetsfulle Hr. Sabin (The Mysterious Mr. Sabin), tr. Johannes Magnussen
• Damernes Bibliotek, Copenhagen, 1903, 338 pp
French:
Le complot (The Plot), tr. J.-H. Rosny, junior
• J. Tallandier, Paris, 1911, 307 pp
Norwegian:
Hvem er Mr. Sabin? (Who Is Mr. Sabin?), tr. ?
• John Anderson Publishing Co., Chicago, 1918, 498 pp
Spanish:
El conspirador (The Conspirator), tr. ?
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLVI, 1949, 220 pp
Swedish:
En statshemlighet (A State Secret), tr. Elisabeth Lilljebjorn
• Nordiska Forlaget, Stockholm, 1911
The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown [nov]
Pirated as "The New Tenant" and "His Father's Crime"
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Oct 1, 1892, ff, as "A Woman's Blindness"
• Richard Bentley & Son, London, 1896, 372 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1896, 253 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1901, 351 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 190-?, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 125 pp, bi-columnar text
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1896?
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 351 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1940, 351 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van Bernard Brown (The Secret of Bernard Brown), tr. ?
• Geillustreerde Roman-bibliotheek No. IV, 1904
• A.W. Segboer's Uitg-Mij, 's-Gravenhage, 1924
French:
Un crime mystérieux (A Mysterious Crime), tr. Jeanne Heywood
• Ernest Flammarion, éditeur, Paris, 1911, 372 pp.
Diner d'anniversaire (The Anniversary Dinner), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1938, 244 pp
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1950, 255 pp
The Mystery Road [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923, 297 pp; ill. F. Vaux Wilson
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923, 297 pp; ill. F. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923, 1925, 297 pp; ill. F. Vaux Wilson
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 1925, 8vo, 320 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De weg tot geluk (The Way to Happiness), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
Spanish:
El camino soñado (The Dream Road), tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XIV, 1945, 240 pp


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The New Tenant [nov]
Pirated version of "The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown"
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Oct 1, 1892, ff, as "A Woman's Blindness"
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1910, 286 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with "A Daughter of Astrea"
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Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim van Bernard Brown (The Secret of Bernard Brown), tr. ?
• Geillustreerde Roman-bibliotheek No. IV, 1904
• A.W. Segboer's Uitg-Mij, 's-Gravenhage, 1924
French:
Un crime mystérieux (A Mysterious Crime), tr. Jeanne Heywood
• Ernest Flammarion, éditeur, Paris, 1911, 372 pp.
Diner d'anniversaire (The Anniversary Dinner), tr. Antoinette Aulnay
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1938, 244 pp
• Librairie des Champs Élysées, Paris, 1950, 255 pp
Nicholas Goade, Detective [coll]
Contents
· The Coroner's Dilemma (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Two Spinsters (The Grand Magazine, Jun 1926, as "The Spinsters")
· The Salving of Mr. Stanley Witt (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Temporary Insanity of Nicholas Goade (no record of magazine publication found)
· Wild Man's Logic
(no record of magazine publication found) · The Dean's Daughter (no record of magazine publication found)
· The Honourable Murderer (no record of magazine publication found)
· Jezebel of Valley Farm (The Grand Magazine, Dec 1932)
· The Beautiful Sisters of Wryde (Collier's Weekly, Apr 17, 1926)
· The Passing of John the Hermit (no record of magazine publication found)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, 8vo, 319 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929, 255 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929, 255 pp
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929, 255 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De vacantie van een detective (A Detective's Holiday), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1928
German:
Nicholas Goade, der Detektiv tr. Robert von Voss
• Eden-Verlag, Berlin 1928, 230 pp
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmanbücher, ca.1929, 8vo, 222 pp
Spanish:
Las vacaciones de Nicolás Goade (Nicholas Goade's Holiday), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LIII, 1950, 203 pp
Nobody's Man [nov]
The Green Book Magazine, sl, Nov 1920-Jul 1921
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1921, 307 pp, ill. Ralph P. Coleman
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1921, 307 pp, ill. Ralph P. Coleman
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1921, 307 pp, ill. Ralph P. Coleman
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 1922, 1923, 8vo, 320 pp
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Dutch:
Buiten de partijen (Independent), tr. Felicie Jehu
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1925, 237 pp


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One Little Thread of Life [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Mar 25-Apr 15, 1899
Gunter's Magazine, Apr 1910
The Argosy (UK), Nov 1929
No record of book publication found
The Oppenheim Omnibus
Subtitle: "Forty One Stories by E. Phillips Oppenheim, the Prince of Storytellers"
Contents
Stories from the collection Michael's Evil Deeds:
· The Undiscovered Murderer (The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921; The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921, as "The Green-Eyed Accomplice")
· The Kiss of Judas (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1922)
· The Menwood Road Bank Robbery (The Strand Magazine, Feb 1922; The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922, as "The Leeds Bank Robbery")
· The Honour of Monsieur Lutarde(The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1922)
· The Three Malefactors (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1922)
· The Winds of Death (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, May 1922)
· Seven Boxes of Gold (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jun 1922)
· The Unfamiliar Triangle (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Jul 1922)
· Michael's Wedding Gift (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1922)
· The Mystery Advertisement (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Sep 1922)1922)
· The Great Elusion (The Strand Magazine and The Red Book Magazine, Oct 1922)
Stories from the collection Peter Ruff:
· An Interrupted Supper Party
· The Mystery of Job Masters
· An Episode in the Career of Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent (Pearson's Magazine (US), Nov 1909, as "Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent")
· The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw (Pearson's Magazine (US), Dec 1909)
· Delilah from Streatham (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1910)
· The Little Lady from Servia
· The Demand of the Double-Four (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1910)
· Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910)
· The Perfidy of Miss Brown (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910)
· Wonderful John Dory (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1910)
Stories from the collection Aaron Rodd—Diviner:
· The Cunning of Harvey Grimm
· Poetry by Compulsion
· An Alliance of Thieves
· Ulysses of Wapping
· The Mysterious Assistant
· Paul Brodie Strikes
· The Infidelity of Jack Lovejoy
· The Yellow Eye
· The Vengeance of Rosa Letchowiski
· The End of Jeremiah Sands
Stories from the collection Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon:
· The Bamboozling of Mr. Gascoigne
· The Numbers of Death
· Mrs. Block Contributes
· The Café of Terror
· The Royal Game
· Blood-Money
· The Symbol in the Boot
· The Salvation of Mr. Norton
· The Stink Wizard
· Christian, The Concierge
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1001 pp
The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus No. 1 [coll]
Contents
· The Mysterious Mr. Sabin
· A Maker of History
· The Illustrious Prince
• Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 1946, 819 pp
The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus, Vol. 2 [coll]
Contents
· Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
· Mr. Billingham, the Marquis, and Madelon (Spies & Intrigues Series, No. 1)
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut, 1984
The Ostrekoff Jewels [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 329 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1932, 329 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, 1933, 1934, 8vo, 314 pp
• Library of Congress, Washington, NLS/BPH, 1933, 3 vols. of Braille
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Translations
Dutch:
De Ostrekoff juweelen (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers & Zoon's, Utrecht, ca 1932, 223 pp
French:
Les Bijoux des Ostrekoff (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr. Louise Dominique Gillet
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1934, 203 pp
German:
Die Juwelen der Ostrekows (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Avalun-Presse, Leipzig, 1933, 218 pp
Italian:
I gioielli degli Ostrekoff (The Ostrekoff Jewels), tr.?
• Salani Editore, Florence, Romanzi della rosa, No. 273, 1970, 249 pp
The Other Romilly [nov]
UK title of "The Cinema Murder"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 8vo, 312 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De andere (The Other), tr. E.H.
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 17, Amsterdam, 1929
Spanish:
Philip Romilly, tr. Ana María Lloret
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXV, 1953, 218 pp
Outlawed Love [sl]
Live Stories, 1924
The last installment appeared in the Feb 8, 1924 issue; no other information found
No record of book publication found


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Passers-By [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• Musson Book Co., Toronto, 1910, 323 pp, ill. Will Foster
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1911, 8vo, 304 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1911, 1924, 1927, 1930, 251 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1918, 8vo, 276 pp
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, 1918, 8vo, 276 pp
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Dutch:
Voorbijgangers (Passers-By), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
The Passionate Quest [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1924, 342 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1924, 342 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1924, 342 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1924
• Permanent Blind Relief War Fund, Paris, 1924, 4 vols. of Braille
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Translations
Danish:
Hjertets Kampe (Struggles of the Heart), tr. Louise Nyholm
• Copenhagen, 1936, 141 pp
French:
Les Trois pupilles de Benjamin Stone (Benjamin Stone's Three Pupils), tr. Geneviève & Pierre-François Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1937, 242 pp
The Pawns Count [nov]
Hearst's Magazine, May 1918, ill. Armand Both
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1918, 1919, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1918, 316 pp, fp. by G. Vaux Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1918, 1920, 315 pp
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1918, 315 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca. 1920, 128 pp
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Danish:
Bag kulisserne (Behind the Scenes), tr. Margrethe Black
• Berl, Copenhagen, 1920, 250 pp
The Peculiar Gifts of Mr. John T. Laxworthy [ser]
Main magazine title of the John T. Laxworthy series, used in:
The Popular Magazine, May 15-Nov 1, 1912
The Peer and the Women [nov]
Variant title of "The Peer and the Woman"
R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, 1892
The Peer and the Woman [nov]
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Oct 1, 1892, ff.
• J.S. Oglivie, New York, 1892, 259 pp
• R.F. Fenno & Co., New York, 1892, 259 pp, as "The Peer and the Women"
• Lord & Taylor Co., New York, 1895
• Ward, Lock & Bowden., London, 1895, 226 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, 320 pp
• John A. Taylor Co., New York, 1924, 259 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Hvem var kvinden? (Who Was the Woman?), tr. Lilli Waage
• Alb. Cammermeyers Forlag, Kristiania & Copenhagen, 1919, 218 pp
Dutch:
De Lord en de vrouw (The Lord and the Woman), tr. Jan Lamers
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1932; Arrow Series No. 35
French:
Le Revenant de Clavanon (Clanavon's Ghost), tr. comtesse H. de Bonneval
• Éditions de France, Paris, À ne pas lire la nuit, No. 123, 1938, 215 pp
L'Assassin de lord Alceston (Lord Alceston's Killer),tr. Comtesse H. de Bonneval
• Éditions de France, Paris, À ne pas lire la nuit, No. 124, Mar 24, 1939, 223 pp
Le Secret de lord Alceston (Lord Alceston's Secret), tr. Michel Lemarquis
• Éditions Morgan, Paris, 1947, 255 pp
German:
Die tote Frau (The Dead Woman), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 236 pp
• Carl Fr. Fleischer Verlag, Leipzig, 1930, 236 pp
Blutrausch—Die tote Frau (Frenzy—The Dead Woman), tr. Hans Barbeck, ed. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin, 1933, 189 pp
A People's Man [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1914, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• McClelland & Goodchild, Toronto, 1914, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1914, 1918, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1914, 365 pp, ill. Edmund Frederick
• Methuen & Co., London, 1914, 1915, 8vo, 343 pp
• Thomas Nelson & Sons, Paris, Nelson's Continental Library, No. 10, ca. 1914, 383 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1917, 1918, 1926, 1935, 256 pp
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Peter Ruff [coll]
Contents
· An Interrupted Supper Party (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1909, as Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff)
· The Mystery of Job Masters (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent (Pearson's Magazine (US), Nov 1909)
· The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw (Pearson's Magazine (US), Dec 1909)
· Delilah from Streatham (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1910)
· The Little Lady from Servia
· The Demand of the Double-Four (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911)
· Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910)
· The Perfidy of Miss Brown (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910)
· Wonderful John Dory (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1910)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, 247 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Peter Ruff, De koning der detectives (Peter Ruff, the King of Detectives, tr. C.C. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 23 Amsterdam, 1930
Swedish:
Peter Ruff's äventyr (Peter Ruff's Adventures), tr. ?
• W. Hartelius' Bokhandel, Göteborg, 1917, 267 pp
Peter Ruff and the Double Four [coll]
US title; includes stories from "The Double Four" and "Peter Ruff"
Contents
Book 1
· Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1909)
· A New Career (printed as "The Mystery of Job Masters" in Peter Ruff
· Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent (Pearson's Magazine, US, Nov 1909)
· The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw (Pearson's Magazine (US), Dec 1909)
· Delilah from Streatham (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1910)
· The Little Lady from Servia
· The Demand of the Double-Four (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1910)
· Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910)
· The Perfidy of Miss Brown (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910)
· Wonderful John Dory (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1910)
· The Mystery of Job Masters
Book 2
· Prince Albert's Card Debts (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Ambassador's Wife (Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1911)
· The Man from the Old Testament (Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911)
· The First Shot (Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1911)
· The Seven Suppers of Andrea Korust (Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1911)
· The Mission of Major Kosuth (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1911, as Major Kosuth's Mission
· The Man Behind the Curtain (Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1911)
· The Ghosts of Havana Harbour (Pearson's Magazine (US), Aug 1911)
· The Affair of An Alien Society (Pearson's Magazine (US), Sep 1911)
· The Thirteenth Encounter (Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1911)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1920, 424 pp, ill. Dalton Stevens
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The Plunderers [nov]
variant title of Ghosts of Society aka The Distributors, used by Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916 and 1920
The Postmaster of Market Deignton: A Tale [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Oct 6, 1894, ff.
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1897, 8vo, 126 pp
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Oct 6, 1894, ff.
• George Routledge & Co, London, no date (1896*), Yellow-Back Collection, 1897, 339 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1911, 1913, 313 pp; ill. Howard Somerville & Fred Pegram
Romance Magazine, sl, Sep 1914-Feb 1915
Famous Novel Magazine, Jan 1928, as "Murder at Deignton Court"
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A Prince of Sinners [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 15, 1902, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1903, 1907, 1917, 318 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 127 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1903, 1904, 1905, 1907, 1911, 386 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1903, 386 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1903, 386 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1919, ca 1941, 256 pp
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Prodigals of Monte Carlo [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926, 1935 (9th ed.), 8vo, 310 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1926, 301 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1926, 301 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1926, 301 pp
• Bernhard Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, Collection of British and American Authors, No. 4824, 1928, 286 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1970, 210 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Typen van Monte-Carlo (Monte Carlo Characters), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
French:
Le Rendez-vous avec la mort (The Rendez-vous with Death), tr. Geneviève & Pierre Caillé
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, Les Meilleurs Romans étrangers, 1934, 253 pp
German:
Die Verschwender von Monte Carlo (The Wastrels of Monte Carlo), tr. Fritz Pütsch
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 8vo, 253 pp
The Profiteers [nov]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1921
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1921, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1921, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1921, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1921, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
• Fredonia Books, Amsterdam, 2001, 287 pp, fp. Marshall Frantz
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Translations
Danish:
På liv og død (Of Life and Death), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Tønder, Copenhagen, 1932, 156 pp
Spanish:
Duelo a muerte (Duel to the Death), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXVIII, 1947, 220 pp
A Pulpit in the Grill Room [coll] (Charles Lyson stories)
Contents
· The Mayor of Ballydaghan (This Week, mm dd, 1936)
· Tragedy Dined with Sir Gerald Daynton (This Week, mm dd, 1936)
· A Rough-House at Elstree (This Week, mm dd, 1936)
· The Third Shot (This Week, Oct 25, 1936)
· The Hour of Reckoning (This Week, Feb 7, 1937)
· Murder at the Milan (This Week, Feb 21, 1937)
· Julie Joins the Force (This Week, Feb 14, 1937)
· The Three Strangers (This Week, mm dd, 1937)
· Bunglers at the Game (This Week, mm dd, 1937)
· The Flower of Death (This Week, mm dd, 1937)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938, 1939, 1952, 252 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 264 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 264 pp
• Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940, 264 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Una tribuna en el Milán (A Podium in the Milan), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXIX, 1953, 218 pp


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The Remarkable Exploits of Grace Burton and Stephen Pryde [ser]
Variant title of the Grace Burton and Stephen Pryde series, used in:
The Cosmopolitan, 1912-March 1913


S

The Secret [nov]
UK title of "The Great Secret"
The Weeekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Nov 24, 1906, ff, as "The Secret"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 192-?, 317 pp, ill. A.T. Smith
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1907, 1918, 1919, 1940, 1959, 8vo, 251 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Popular 2s/6d Novels, 1937, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
Chinese:
Yi ge wang hou de mi mi, tr. Wu Guangjian yi
• Hunan ren min chu ban she, Changsha, 1982, 281 pp
Ou kong bi bing lu, tr. Lin Shu, Wei Yi tong yi
• Beijing guo tu shu dian, Beijing, 2010, 183 pp
Translations
Dutch:
Het geheim (The Secret), tr. ?
• Romanbibliotheek No. 38, 1913
Een geheim (A Secret), tr. ?
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
Finnish:
Vakoojan salaisuus (The Spy's Secret), tr. O.A. Joutsen
• Gummerus, Jyväskylä, 1915, 257 pp
French:
Le Secret, tr. ?
• Excelsior, sl, Mar-May 23, 1914
German:
Das deutsche Gespenst in England (The German Ghost in England), tr. Fritz von Holtzendorff
• Hillger-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, 256 pp
Italian:
Il documento segreto (The Secret Document), tr. ?
• Compagnia Del Giallo-Gruppo Newton, Rome, Giallo economico classico, 1997, 94 pp
Spanish:
El secreto (The Secret), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXVI, 1953, 240 pp
Secrets and Sovereigns: The Uncollected Stories of E. Phillips Oppenheim [coll]
Contents
· Introduction: The Prince of Story Tellers, by Daniel Paul Morrison
· E. Phillips Oppenheim: The Prince of Story Tellers Tells His Own Story,
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
· *The Ambassador's Dilemma, The Windsor Magazine, vol 12, 1900
· *Mr. Ashley's Failure, The Windsor Magazine, vol 14, 1901
· *The Man Who Saved the President's Life*, The Windsor Magazine, vol 17, 1903
· *The Man Whom Nobody Liked, The Windsor Magazine, vol 19, 1903
· The Great Fortuna Mine, The Harmsworth London Magazine, Jun 1903
· John Garland the Deliverer, The Strand Magazine, Aug 1908
· The Money-Spider, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1908
· False Gods [ss], The Strand Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Ill-Laid Scheme of Mr. Ambrose Weare [ss], The Strand Magazine, Apr 1909
· The Three Thieves, Cassell's Magazine, Mar 1909
· The Turning Wheel, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1909
· The Sovereign in the Gutter, The Strand Magazine, Nov 1909
· Mr. Hardrow's Secretary, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1909
· The Restless Traveller, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1910
· One Luckless Hour, The Strand Magazine, Sep 1910
· Quits [ss], The Strand Magazine, Nov 1910
· The Deserter, The Strand Magazine, Dec 1910
· The Outcast, The Strand Magazine, Jun 1911
· The Perfidy of Henry Midgley, The Strand Magazine, Jul 1911
· A Collector's Bibliograpy of Oppenheim Books, by Daniel Paul Morrison
• Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
*The titles preceded by an asterisk were in fact collected during Oppenheim's lifetime; they appeared in For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912.]
The Secret Service Omnibus
Contents
· Miss Brown of X.Y.O.
· The Wrath to Come
· Matorni's Vineyard
· The Great Impersonation
· Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
• Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., London, 1932, 1241 pp
The Secret Way [sl]
Success Magagine, Feb 1927 ff, ill. Delos Palmer
(one installment, the second, was published in March 1927; the publication dates of the other installments could not be ascertained)
No record of book publication found
Seeing Life [nov]
Pirated edition of "The Court of St. Simon"
• Lloyds Publishing Co., London, 1919
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The Seven Conundrums [coll]
Contents
· Introduction: The Compact (Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920)
· Conundrum #1: The Stolen Minute Book (Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920)
· Conundrum #2: What Happened at Bath (Ladies' Home Journal, Dec 1920)
· Conundrum #3: The Spider's Parlour (Ladies' Home Journal, Jan 1921)
· Conundrum #4: The Courtship of Naida (Ladies' Home Journal, Feb 1921)
· Conundrum #5: The Tragedy at Greymarshes (Ladies' Home Journal, Mar 1921)
· Conundrum #6: The Duke's Dilemma (Ladies' Home Journal, Apr 1921)
· Conundrum #7: The Greatest Argument (Ladies' Home Journal, May 1921)
Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920-May 1921
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923, 277 pp; ill. Wallace Morgan
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923, 277 pp; ill. Wallace Morgan
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1923, 1924, 283 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, ca.1930, 128 pp, Yellow Ninepenny edition
• Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970, 277 pp; ill. Wallace Morgan
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Translations
Danish:
De syv gaader (The Seven Conundrums), tr. Henny Bauditz
• Copenhagen, 1925, 144 pp
Spanish:
El pacto de los siete enigmas (The Pact of the Seven Puzzles), tr. José & Antonio Bendala
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. VIII, 1944, 245 pp
Shudders and Thrills: The Second Oppenheim Omnibus
Contents
· The Evil Shepherd
· Ghosts of Society
· The Amazing Partnership
· The Channay Syndicate
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York, 1932, 1936, 836 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 1041 pp
• McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1932, 1041 pp
The Shy Plutocrat [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1941, 8vo, 252 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941, 285 pp
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Translations
French:
Le millionnaire timide (The Timid Millionaire), tr. Julie Toulouse
$bull; Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1947
Simple Peter Cradd [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931, 319 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1931, 349 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1931, 319 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1935, 8vo, 320 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931, 319 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Peter Cradd de Don Juan (Peter Cradd the Don Juan), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1932
Estonian:
Tema unelmate naine (His Dream Woman), tr. Mart Laid, ill. Ene Loopere
• Kuldsulg, Tallinn, 1997, 151 pp
French:
Peter Cradd, tr. J. Fournier-Parjoire
• Les meilleurs romans étrangers, Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1936, 256 pp
German:
Die Wandlung des Peter Cradd (The Transformation of Peter Cradd, tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Verlag Avalun-Presse, Hellerau, 1932, 8vo, 236 pp
Sin [sl]
Metropolitan Magazine, Feb-Sep 1924
Macfadden Fiction-Lovers Magazine, Feb-Oct 1924, ill. Leslie Thrasher
(one installment, the 9th and last, was published in Oct 1924; the presumed publication dates of the other installments have been extrapolated)
No record of book publication found
The Sinister Quest of Norman Greyes [ser][ss]
Variant title of Michael's Evil Deeds
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921-Oct 1922; ill. Charles Crombie
• collected in Michael's Evil Deeds (qv), 1923
Sinners Beware [coll]
Contents
· The Café Régal, the Mistral and the Lady (The Strand Magazine, Mar 1931, as "The Lady at the Café Régal")
· Anon, £1,000 (Collier's Weekly, Jan 31, 1931)
· The Quarrel (Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1931)
· The Tiger on the Mountains (Collier's Weekly, Feb 28, 1931)
· Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings (Collier's Weekly, Mar 14, 1931, as Paddy Flaps His Wings)
· The Imperfect Crime (Collier's Weekly, Mar 28, 1931)
· What Sir Stephen Forgot (Collier's Weekly, Apr 11, 1931, as "In The Strongroom")
· Going, Going, Gone! (Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1931)
· The Luckiest Young Man in the World (Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1931)
· Mademoiselle Anna Disappears (Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1931)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1932, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, 254 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Wee de zondaars (Woe to Sinners), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1932
Spanish:
El misterio del Café Regal (The Mystery of the Café Régal), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLIII, 1949, 212 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1960, 64 pp (abridgment)
Sir Adam Disappeared [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939, 1940, 258 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 332 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 332 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1939, 332 pp
• Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940, 332 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1952, 190 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Sir Adam, tr. Marja Wolters
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, Balken-serie, 1945
De verdwijning van Sir Adam (Sir Adam's Disappearance), tr. Henk de Rijk
• Prisma 1304, 1968
Spanish:
Sir Adam ha desaparecido (Sir Adam Disappeared), tr. H.C. Granch
• Editorial Maucci S.a., Barcelona, Las novelas de la palma, No. 5, 1943?, 159 pp
• Barcelona : Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, 1958, 159 pp
• Barcelona : Ediciones G.P., Barcelona, G.P. Policiaca series, 1963, 206 pp
• Plaza & Janés, Esplugas de Llobregat, 1980 (©1963), 219 pp
Slane's Long Shots [coll]
Contents
· Who Killed Montague Brest? (Collier's Weekly, Apr 27, 1929)
· The Little Marquis (Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1929)
· Mariote's Hour of Agony (Collier's Weekly, Jun 22, 1929, as "The Imperfect Alibi")
· The Thirteenth Card (Collier's Weekly, Oct 5, 1929)
· The Man Without a Tie (Collier's Weekly, Aug 10, 1929, as "In the Dark")
· Neap-Tide Madness (Collier's Weekly, Aug 24, 1929, as "The Siren of the Marsh")
· Not Slane's Star Turn (Collier's Weekly, Oct 19, 1929, as "The Spider and the Flies")
· Gentleman Bill (Collier's Weekly, Oct 26, 1929)
· The Troublesome Kingdom of Selm (Collier's Weekly, Nov 16, 1929)
· The Golden Bird Of Mallory (Collier's Weekly, Nov 23, 1929)
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 282 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933, 318 pp
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Translations
French:
Sir Jasper Slane et Scotland Yard, tr. Roger Loriot
• Nicholson & Watson, London (Impr. de Gérard, Verviers), 1947, Collection la Tour de Londres, 1947, 208 pp
Spanish:
Los certeros disparos de Slane (Slane's Accurate Shots), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, 1949, 208 pp
A Sleeping Memory [nov]
US title of "The Great Awakening"
• G.W. Dillingham Co., New York, 1902, 311 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1907, 1917, 311 pp; ill. F.H. Townsend
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 1917, 1929, as "The Great Awakening"
• Street & Smith, New York, 1908, 1929?, as "The Great Awakening—Her Other Self"
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Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus [coll]
Contents
· The Wrath to Come
· The Great Impersonation
· Gabriel Samara, Peacemaker
· Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon
• Blue Ribbon Books, New York (contains first three titles only), 1925, 1940, 1941, 782 pp
• Little, Brown & Company, Boston, 1936, 965 pp
The Spymaster [nov]
Collier's Weekly, sl, Aug 20-Oct 22, 1938
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938, 300
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938, 300 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1938, 300 pp
• Sundial Press, New York, ©1938, 1940, 300 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1942, 8vo, 288 pp
• Thriller Book Club, London, 1939, 8vo, 288 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1950, 256 pp
Translations
Danish:
I hemmelig Tjeneste (In Secret Service), tr. William Jensen
• Copenhagen, 1940, 160 pp
Spanish:
Espías en Londres (Spies in London), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXIV 1946, 244 pp
The Spy Paramount [nov]
Variant title of "The Man Who Saved the World")
Collier's Weekly Aug 18-Oct 20, 1934 as "The Man Who Saved The World"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1935, 285 pp
• Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1935
• P.F. Collier & Son Corp, New York, 1935, 285 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935, 285 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1935, 285 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, ©1935, 1938, 285 pp
• Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1935
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1938, 1939, 1941, 312 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Mesterspionen (Master Spies), tr. Anna Linck
• Jespersen og Pios Forlag, Copenhagen, 1939, 159 pp
Dutch:
De geniale spion (The Brilliant Spy), tr. Eva Raedt de Canter
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1936
Spanish:
Adorable espiá (Adorable Spy), tr. D. Howarth & E. Hauge
• Revista Literaria, Madrid, "Novelas y cuentos," 1957, 58 pp (abridgment)
Stolen Idols [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1936, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1925, 293 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1925, 293 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1925, 293 pp
• American Braille Press, Paris, 1925, 3 vol.
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Translations
Dutch:
Afgodsbeelden (Idols), tr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1925
French;
La Vengeance de l'idole, tr. Jeanne Fournier-Pargoire
• Dupuis, 1940
German:
Perlen des Buddha (The Pearls of Buddha), tr. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Neufeld & Henius Verlag, Berlin, 1930, 8vo, 256 pp
Mr. Endacotts Juwelen (Mr. Endacott's Jewels), tr. Ravi Ravendro (Professor Karl Siegfrid Döhring)
• Neufeld & Henius Verlag, Berlin, Lutz Kriminalromane, No. 25, 1932, 8vo, 256 pp
Spanish:
Idolos robados (Stolen Idols), tr. H.C. Granch
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca oro, No. 3, 1934, 93 pp
Idolos robados : el fanatismo al servicio de la implacable delincuencia (Stolen Idols : Fanatism in the Service of Ruthless Crime), tr. M.T. Font
• Editorial Tor, Buenos Aires, Coleccion Misterio, No. 313, 1936, 159 pp
The Story Without a Title [nov]
Newspaper title of "Floating Peril/The Bird of Paradise", used in:
The New York Post, Jan 28-May 20, 1935. The New York Post serialised this story within the framework of a competition in which readers were asked to determine the best title for each chapter and the best title for the novel as a whole. The prize for the winner of the competition was $15,000.
The Strange Boarders of Palace Crescent [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, sl, Apr 7-May 19, 1934
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1934, 308 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1934, 308 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1934, 308 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1934, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, 1936, 313 pp
• Triangle Books, New York, 1938, 308 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, H.&S. Ninepenny Series, 1938, 128 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1954, 191 pp
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Translations
Danish:
Mordet i Gyden (Murder in the Alley), tr. ?
• Copenhagen, 1939, 196 pp
Dutch:
Het geheimzinnige pension (The Mysterious Lodging House), tr. L.J.A.M. Berkhout-Willemse
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1935
The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew
UK title of "The Box with Broken Seals"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1919, 320 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922, 254 pp
• Tasmanian Braille Writers' Association, Hobart, 1928, 3 vols. of interline Braille
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Translations
Spanish:
El Extraño caso de Jocelyn Thew (The Strange Case of Mr. Jocelyn Thew), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXIV, 1948, 220 pp
The Strangers' Gate [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939, 328 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939, 328 pp
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, ©1939, 328 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939, 328 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 319 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De poort der gedoemden (Gate of the Damned), tr. J.D.A. van Gumster
• A.G. Schoonderbeek, Laren N.H., Raven-reeks, Raven-reeks No. 40. 1940
The Strong Man Bound [nov]
Variant title of "The Golden Web," used in:
The Star, Christchurch, New Zealand, Dec 8, 1909-Jan 29, 1910
The Survivor [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, October 6, 1900, ff, as The Iron-Hearted City
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1901, 1904, 310 pp; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Brentano's Publishers, New York, 1901, 310 pp ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, ca 1901, 1913, 310 pp; ill. Stanley L. Wood
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 19--, Sixpenny Copyright Novels series, 123 pp, bi-columnar text
The Scrap Book, sl, Dec 1911-Jan 1912, parts 1 & 2
The Cavalier (formerly The Scrap Book), sl, Jan 6-Jan 13, 1912, parts 3 & 4
• Street & Smith Co., New York, 1914?, New Eagle Series No. 887, 311 pp, as "The Survivor, or A Queen of Women"
• Street & Smith Co., New York, 1928, Adventure Library Series No. 102, 311 pp, as "The Survivor, or A Queen of Women"
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1930, 252 pp
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The Survivor, or A Queen of Women [nov]
Variant title of "The Survivor," used by Street & Smith Co., New York, 1914 and 1928


T

The Temptation of Tavernake [nov]
UK title of "The Tempting of Tavernake"
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1913, 8vo, 312 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De verzoeking (The Temptation), tr. C.C. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 31, Amsterdam, 1931
Spanish:
La tentación de Tavernake (The Temptation of Tavernake), tr. Eduardo S. Bonet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LII, 1950, 238 pp
The Tempting of Tavernake [nov]
US title of "The Temptation of Tavernake"
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, 359 pp; ill. Edmund Frederick
• McClelland & Goodchild Ltd., Toronto, 1912, 359 pp; ill. Edmund Frederick
• A.L. Burt, Co., New York, 1912, 359 pp; ill. Edmund Frederick
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Translations
Dutch:
De verzoeking (The Temptation), tr. C.C. Bender
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Arrow Series No. 31, Amsterdam, 1931
Spanish:
La tentación de Tavernake (The Temptation of Tavernake), tr. Eduardo S. Bonet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LII, 1950, 238 pp
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bt. [coll]
Contents
· The Scarlet Patch (Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1923)
· The Terror of Elton Lodge (Hearst's International Monthly, May 1923)
· The House on Salisbury Plain (Hearst's International Monthly, Jun 1923)
· The Shaftesbury Avenue Murder (Hearst's International Monthly, Jul 1923)
· The Tenant of the Lighthouse (Hearst's International Monthly, Aug 1923)
· A Young Man's Kiss (Hearst's International Monthly, Sep 1923)
· The Avenue of Death (Hearst's International Monthly, Oct 1923)
· Madmen's Luck (Hearst's International Monthly, Nov 1923)
· The Borgia Touch (Hearst's International Monthly, Dec 1923)
· The Dead Man's Tale (Hearst's International Monthly, Jan 1924)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, 1927, 1935, 8vo, 287 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, 225 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De gruwelijke waanvoorstelling van Dr. Londe (Dr. Londe's Gruesome Delusions), tr. A. Vuerhard-Berkhout
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1927
Spanish:
El cirujano fantasma (The Phantom Surgeon), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XII, 1946, 253 pp
German:
Seine fixe Idee (His Idée Fixe), tr. Manfred Georg
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann- Bücher, 1930, 219 pp
Those Other Days [coll]
Contents
· Those Other Days (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Doomed Shagshaft of Shagshaft (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· By Luck and a Trick (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Culbone Tower (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Thirtieth of August (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Who Is Miss Barton? (The Whitehall Review, Christmas, 1887)
· My Dreadful Secret (The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1901)
· An Unlucky Rehearsal (The Windsor Magazine, Mar 1901)
· The Missing Will (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· A Mad Christmas (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1900)
· E Tenebris Lux (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· An Autumn Holiday (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Darton's Successor (The Sketch, London, Apr 8, 1896)
· My Literary Executorship (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· Their Prison House (The English Illustrated Magazine, May 1899)
· A Voice from the Hidden World (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Quarry of Old John Hill (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1901, as "The Ghost of Old John Hill")
· An Aristocratic Socialist (The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1902)
· A Shocking Mésalliance (The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1901)
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, 8vo, 320 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 8vo, 320 pp
• Odhams, London, 191-, 190 pp
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To Win the Love He Sought [nov]
US title of "The Daughter of the Marionis"
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1910, 310 pp
• Ward & Downey Co., London, 1895, 312 pp, as "The Daughter of the Marionis"
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, 384 pp; includes the short story The Great Awakening based on the 1902 novel of the same name
• Re-published in 1929 as a syndicated serial under the title The Desperate Lover (qv)
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Translations
German:
Das zweite Ich (The Second Ego), tr. ?
• Delta Verlag, Berlin, 1930
• Gebrüder Weiss Verlag, Berlin, 1950, 178 pp
Spanish:
El juramento (The Oath), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLV, 1949, 218 pp
• Revista Literaria "Novelas y cuentos," Madrid, 1964, 56 pp (abridgment)
The Tragedy of Adrea [nov]
Reprint of "A Monk of Cruta"
• J.S. Ogilvie, New York, Ogilvie's Popular Railroad Series, No. 38, 1906, 340 pp
The Tragedy of a Week [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, Jan 20-Feb 10, 1894
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The Traitors [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 24, 1902, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 1920, 1950?, 252 pp, ill. Oscar Wilson
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1902, 304 pp
The Weekly Press, Christchurch, New Zealand, sl, Mar 27, 1902 ff, as "A Journalist in Theos"
• Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1903, 344 pp
• McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, 1903, 344 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1906, 1916, 344 pp
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 344 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De verraders (The Traitors), tr. ?
• Premie uitgave van de Kath. Illustratie, De Spaarnestad Bibliotheek, ca. 1930
• Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 37, ca. 1930;
French:
Les Traîtres (The Traitors), tr. Frédéric de Cail
• L'Echo de Paris, sl, Mar 16, 1909-May 10, 1910
Spanish:
Los traidores (The Traitors), tr. Antonio Tono
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLVII, 1949, 236 pp
The Treasure House of Martin Hews [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929, 372 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1929, 372 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, ©1929, 372 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1929, 372 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 1930, 1935, 8vo, 352 pp
• Lythway Press, Bath, England, 1969, 8vo, 352 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De eenoogige Boedha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. C.E. Kwak-Stroman
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1930
French:
Le manoir aux trésors (Treasure Manor), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Le Figaro, sl, Mar 20-Jun 4, 1940 (incomplete)
Le manoir maudit (The Cursed Manor)
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, Dec 1948
German:
Der einäugige Buddha (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. Arthur A. Schönhausen
• Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Die blauen Goldmann Bücher, 1931, 8vo, 276 pp
Polish:
Nieuchwytny Jeff (Elusive Jeff), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Akapit, Katowice, 1992, 165 pp
Jednooki Budda (The One-Eyed Buddha), tr. ?
• Wydawnictwo Xeein, 2012, 294 pp
Spanish:
El Tesoro de Martin Hews (The Treasure House of Martin Hews), tr. Zoe Godoy
• Editorial Molino, Barcelona, Biblioteca de Oro, 1935, 96 pp, bi-columnar text


U

Up the Ladder of Gold [nov]
The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 22-Mar 29 1930
• Grosset & Dunlap, New York, ©1930, ©1931, 312 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931, 312 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1931, 312 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1931, 312 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931, 312 pp
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 316 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De moderne Croesus (The Modern Croesus), tr. Jhr. R.H.G. Nahuys
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1931
Esperanto:
La Ora Ŝtuparo (The Golden Staircase), tr. ?
• The Esperanto Publishing Co., London, 1935, 8vo, 278 pp
French:
Le maître de l'or (The Master of Gold), tr. Jean Irlande
• Librairie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, Masque: collection de romans d'aventures, 1937, 253 pp
Spanish:
Desafío a la muerte (Until Death), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXX, 1953, 239 pp


V

The Vanished Messenger [nov]
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1914, 1915, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1914, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1914, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1914, 1920, 332 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• Methuen & Co., London, 1914, 1916, 307 pp
• Methuen & Co., London, 1918, 1930, 1936, 256 pp
• Amereon Ltd., Mattituck, NY, 1987
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Translations
Danish:
Det forsvundne Sendebud (The Vanished Messenger), tr. Margrethe Black
• Gyldendal, Copenhagen, 1918, 200 pp pp
Dutch:
De verdwenen koerier (The Vanished Courier), tr. W.J.A. Roldanus Jr.
• Blankwaardt en Schoonhoven, Rijswijk (Z.-H.), 1925
French:
La Lumière Fentolin (The Fentolin Light), tr. Marie de Quercy
L'Echo de Paris, sl, Feb 15-Apr 26, 1918
Italian:
Il corriere scomparso (The Vanished Messenger), tr. ?
• Compagnia del Giallo—Gruppo Newton, Giallo Economico Classico series No. 88, 1995, 129 pp
Portuguese:
A tôrre (The Tower), tr. José Maria Machado
• Clube do Livro, São Paulo, 1963, 143 pp
Spanish:
Mensajero secuestrado (The Kidnapped Messenger), tr. Antonio García Fresca
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XXXVII, 1948, 221 pp


W

The Way of These Women [nov]
• Methuen & Co., London, 1914, 316 pp
Sunday Magazine (syndicated newspaper supplement, Morgan Wallace), sl, Jan 3, 1915 ff, ill. Frank Snapp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1915, 357 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1915, 357 pp, ill. C.H. Taffs
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1915, 357 pp; ill. C.H. Taffs
• Methuen & Co., London, 1917, 256 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
Een liefdesintrige (An Intrigue of Love), tr. Dicky Wafelbakker
• A.W. Bruna en Zoon's Uitgevers-Mij, Utrecht, 1926
• Fiat-Maskerserie No. 2, 1945
German:
Die Liebe einer Frau (A Woman's Love), tr. Auguste Flesch von Bringen
• Delta-Verlag, Berlin & Leipzig, 1929, 256 pp
What Happened to Forester [coll]
Contents
· Ange Marie (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
· The Modern Marauder (Collier's Weekly, Oct 15, 1927)
· The Siren of the Madrid (Collier's Weekly, Oct 29, 1927)
· An Ethical Dilemma (no record of prior magazine publication found; reprinted in The Master Thriller Series, No.4, 1934)
· The Fugitive of Adelphi Terrace (Collier's Weekly, Nov 12, 1927)
· The Battling Pacifist (Collier's Weekly, Nov 26, 1927)
· Mr. Brown and the Madonna
(Collier's Weekly, Dec 10, 1927) · The Dancing Gentleman (Collier's Weekly, Jan 14, 1928)
· With a Dash (Collier's Weekly, Dec 31, 1927)
· The Château of Phantasies (Collier's Weekly, Jan 28, 1928)
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, 8vo, 316 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, 260 pp
Translations
Spanish:
Las experiencias de Forester (Forester's Experiences), tr. Julio Calvo Alfaro
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LX, 1952, 216 pp
The Whimsical Three [ser]
Variant title of "The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead" (qv), used for syndication to US newspapers, inter alia The Syracuse Journal, NY, in 1919-1920
The Wicked Marquis [nov]
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1919, 1939, 8vo, 318 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1919, 309 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1919, 309, ill. Will Grefé
• Review of Reviews Co., New York, ©1919, 309 pp, ill. Will Grefé
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 218 pp
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Translations
Dutch:
De wraak op den markies (Revenge on the Marquis), tr. N.B. Elvé
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, Arrow Series No. 34, 1931
French:
Oeil pour oeil (An Eye for an Eye), tr. Maurice Rémon
• Librairie Hachette, Paris, 1934, 253 pp
Spanish:
El seductor (The Seducer), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLVIII, 1950, 222 pp
The Wife Who Failed [nov]
Variant title of Harvey Garrard's Crime, used for syndication as a serial by The Public Ledger, Philadelphia, 1928
Wolves Amongst the Honey [nov]
Variant title of "Murder at Monte Carlo," used in:
The Advertiser, Adelaide, Australia, Dec 17, 1932-Jan 7, 1933
A Woman's Blindness [nov]
Variant title of "The Mystery of Mr. Bernard Brown" (qv)
The Belfast Weekly News, sl, Oct 1, 1892, ff.

The Wooing of Fortune [nov]
• Ward & Downey Co., London, 1896, 8vo, 304 pp.
Listed in The English Catalogue of Books for 1890-1897. There is no record of this book under Oppenheim's name at WorldCat.org. In an article published in The Private Library, Summer 1983, under the title "Collecting E. Phillips Oppenheim (1866-1946)," Ellen Wellman & Wray D. Brown note with regard to this work: "Some of the aficionados do not think that it was ever published but probably rewritten and published under another title. Mr. Nicholas Davies, the English publisher, recently deceased, was the foremost Oppenheim collector and had never heard of a copy."

A more likely explanation is that The Wooing of Fortune was just mistakenly attributed to Oppenheim. The evidence for this is given in the following bibliographic note from David Samuel Barr: "It turns out that a novel by Henry Cresswell with this title was published in the same week as Oppenheim's The World's Great Snare. Both were listed and reviewed by Charles James in the "New Novels and New Editions" column in the August 14, 1896 issue of The Literary World, page 126. While both Oppenheim's and Cresswell's Wooing show up in The English Catalogue of Books for 1896, published by Sampson Law, page 219, and also in The Publishers' Circular and Booksellers' Record of British and Foreign Literature, No. 1566, Vol. 65, Saturday, July 4, 1896, page 16, neither of these catalogues mention The World's Great Snare. The Bookman: A Literary Journal, Volume 4, No. 1, September 1896, lists Cresswell's Wooing and Oppenheim's Snare together on page 103 in its "List of Books Published During the Month" but shows no Wooing by Oppenheim; similarly, The Spectator, for the week ending Saturday, June 27, 1896, No. 3548, has the same pair in a column of "Publications of the Week" on Page 931, but again without a mention of an Oppenheim Wooing. An article about Oppenheim (and Frances Ewan), "Rising Stars", in The Windsor Magazine, April 1898, p. 598, lists his books published to date plus several upcoming ones; Snare is mentioned, but Wooing is not. It would seem likely that somewhere along the line, either one of the cataloguers—most likely the Publishers' Circular—or one of its data suppliers somehow scrambled the information it had gathered from the mountain of individual publisher listings/announcements it received and ended up listing The World's Great Snare as The Wooing of Fortune instead, with no one noticing the incongruity of there being two books with the same rather unusual title issued at the same time, and this error was picked up and perpetuated by later Oppenheim cataloguers."
The World's Great Snare [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl. Sheffield, England, Oct 5, 1895, ff.
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1896, 8vo, 316 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
• J.B. Lippincott, Philadelphia, 1900
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1910, ca. 1920 and 1935, 256 pp
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, 353 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton; new edition
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1913, 315 pp; ill. J. Ambrose Walton; new edition
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Translations
Dutch:
's Werelds verleiding (The World's Temptation), tr. ?
• N.V. Seyffardt's Boek- en Muziekhandel, Amsterdam, 1928
Spanish:
Mandato del destino (Mandate of Destiny), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LXIV, 1952, 254 pp
The Wrath to Come [nov]
Everybody's Magazine, Feb-May 1924
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1924, 355 pp
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1924, 255 pp
• McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1924, 255
• Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1926, 318 pp
Spies and Intrigues: The Oppenheim Secret Service Omnibus (qv), various dates
The Secret Service Omnibus (qv), 1932
• Leete's Island Books, New Haven, Connecticut (in one volume with The Great Impersonation, 1984
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Translations
Dutch:
Diplomaten (Diplomats), tr. M. Hellema
• A.W. Bruna Uitgevers, Utrecht, 1926, 236 pp
Finnish:
Koston hetki: seikkailuromaani (Man of the Moment: An Adventure Novel), tr. ?
• Minerva, Helsinki, 1928, 288 pp
Spanish:
La arquilla de oro (The Coffer of Gold), tr. V.C.
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. LI, 1950, 217 pp


Y

The Yellow Crayon [nov]
The Weekly Telegraph, sl, Sheffield, England, May 30, 1903, ff
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1903, 1915, 8vo, 319 pp, ill.
• Dodd, Mead & Co., New York, 1903, 341 pp, ill.
• McKinlay, Stone and Mackenzie, New York, 1903, ca. 1920, pp 341 pp, ill.
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1916
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, 191-?, 1935, 256 pp
• The Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1917, 341 pp
• Ward, Lock & Co., London, Popular 2s.6d. Novels series, No. 50, ca. 1920, 124 pp, bi-columnar text
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Translations
French:
Le Crayon jaune, tr. Germaine Guillemot-Magitot
Excelsior, sl, Jul 27, 1938-Sep 28, 1939
Swedish:
Det hemliga sällskapet (The Secret Society), tr. Arnold Åkesson
• Bruna biblioteket, Stockholm, 1939
The Yellow House [nov]
US title of "As a Man Lives"
• C.H. Doscher, New York, 1908, 303 pp
• Donald W. Newton, New York, 1908, 303 pp
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912, in one volume with abridged version of Master of Men
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Z

The Zeppelin's Passenger [nov]
US title of "Mr. Lessingham Goes Home"
McCall's Magazine, sl, May-Aug 1918
• Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• McCelland, Goodchild & Stewart, Toronto, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1918, 314 pp, fp. by H. Weston Taylor
• Review of Reviews Corp., 1920? (©1918), 314 pp
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Translations
Italian:
Non scherziamo con l'amore! (Don't Joke with Love), tr. Maria Banti
• Salani Editore, Florence, Italy, 1975, 249 pp
Norwegian:
Zeppelin Passageren, tr. Gertrud Rung
• Aarhus, Kristiana, 1921, 184 pp
Spanish:
Secreto heroico (Heroic Secret), tr. Eduardo S. Bonnet
• Editorial Cervantes, Barcelona, Obras completas, Vol. XLII, 1949, 213 pp


§ SHORT FICTION, SERIES AND COLLECTIONS
[ALPHABETICAL LISTING]

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U W



A

The Actor's Romance [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 4, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "Kenmar's Golden Day"
Ada Malcolm's Dot [ss]
Variant title of The Fêted Lady, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Adjourned Inquest [ss]
• Collier's Weekly, Feb 20 1926
The Adventure at the Villa de Cap Frinet [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Jul 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "The Strange Meeting at the Villa de Cap Frinet"
The Sun, New York, Jan 18, 1914, as "The Adventure of the Villa de Cap Frinet"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Adventure of the Caveman [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 6, 1926
Advice Limited, No. 1: [ss]
• Title of story not ascertained
Woman's Home Companion, July 1933, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, No. 2:
• Title of story not ascertained
Woman's Home Companion, Aug 1933, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, No. 3: The Listening Lady [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
Woman's Home Companion, Nov 1933, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Advice Limited, No. 4: The Ranelagh Mystery [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
Woman's Home Companion, Jan 1934, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
The Affair of an Alien Society [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Sep 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911, as "An Alien Society"
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Affair of the House Party [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 3, 1926
The Affair of the Santa Mona Spring [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Feb 1915
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
Against Orders [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 16, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Meredith Walks Out"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Meredith Walks Out"
An Alliance of Thieves [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Feb 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Amazing Abduction [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 18, 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Amazing Affair of Miss de Hagon and the Austrian Envoy [ss]
Variant title of Miss de Hagon, Spy, used in:
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, 1921
The Amazing Banquet [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
No record of magazine publication found
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Ambassador's Dilemma [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1900, pp 452-458
The Sketch, London, Jun 15, 1904
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Ambassador's Wife [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
And Mr. Baggs Was Only Twenty-Three! [ss]
The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1916
Ann Joins the Club [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 1, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Mar 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
An Aristocratic Socialist [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1902, pp 196-204; ill. T. Walter Wilson, R.I.
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Ange Marie [ss] (a Major Forester story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Anon, £1,000 [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Jan 31, 1931?
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, ??? ??, 1933, as "No Questions Asked"
The Armadi Vase [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "The Pedagogue of Bellevue Mansions"
As Far as They Had Got: A "Follow-My-Leader Story" [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1911, pp. 188-197; ill. René Hull; co-authors: W. Pett Ridge, Arthur Morrison, Horace Annesley Vachell, Barry Pain, Charles Garvice, and Richard Marsh
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
An Astute Deal [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Oct 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Sep 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "Mr. Hobb's Astute Deal"
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, as "Mr. Hobb's Astute Deal"
Ask Miss Mott [ss]
Not included in the print versions of the homonymous book
Collier's Magazine, Feb 9, 1935, pp. 7-9, 28
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
The Atonement of Mr. Mountain [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Oct 27, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Oct 1935
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
At the Alhambra [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 10, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
At the Deserted Hotel [ss]
Variant title of The Deserted Hotel, used in:
The Sun, New York, Feb 15, 1914
The Atruscan Silver Mine [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1907, pp 140-145
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
At the End of the Journey [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jul 1908
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Auctioneer's Licence [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Nov 24, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Feb 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
An Autumn Holiday [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Avenger [ss]
The American Woman, Nov 1914
The Avenue of Death [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Oct 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, July 5, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012


B

Back in Bermondsey [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Bamboozling of Mr. Gascoigne [ss] (a Mr. Billingham & Co. story)
Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
The Battle of the Suites [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Apr 1, 1933
Pearson's Magazine, Jul 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Battling Pacifist [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Nov 26, 1927
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Beautiful Sisters of Wryde [ss] (a Nicholas Goade story)
Collier's Weekly, Apr 17, 1926
World Magazine and Story Section, New York, Nov 7, 1926
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
Behind Barred Doors [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 2, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Buttercups and Daisies"
"Bella Knows" [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Apr 1930
Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee [ss]
Variant title of The Ranelagh Mystery, used in:
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton Ltd., 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Big Winner [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Aug 16, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Black Virgin [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Nov 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Blemish: the Story of a Titled Murderer [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Momentous Blemish"
The Saint Mystery Magazine (US), Apr 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (Australia), Sep/Oct 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1960
Translations
French:
La tache de sang (The Bloodstain), tr. René Lécuyer
• Le Saint magazine, May 1961
Blood-Money [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK) Mar 1962
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
Blows the Wind [ss]
Fiction Magazine, Jul 9, 1911
A Book Upside Down [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1927
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Volume Upside-Down"
The Borgia Touch [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Dec, 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
The Braggarts' Conference [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 13, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Bride of the Shining Hour [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Bride's Necklace [ss]
The Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Feb 4, 1917
The Broad-Minded Marquis [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1921
Broken Engagements [ss] (a Sibyl story)
Ladies' Home Journal, Oct 1933
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
A Broken Partnership [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 24, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Broken Sabbath [ss]
This Week, Jul 2, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
Bunglers at the Game [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
The Australian Women's Weekly, Oct 28, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
Burglars Must Dine [ss]
Variant title of Dinner Without Masks, used in:
Ask Miss Mott
• printed separately as a 16-page booklet by Todd Publishing Co., London, 1943
Translations
French:
Invitée du cambrioleur (The Burglar's Guest), tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Apr 1957
Business for Father [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
Buttercups and Daisies [ss]
Variant title of Behind Barred Doors, used in:
Ask Miss Mott
The Butterfly in the Death Chamber [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
By Luck and a Trick [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012


C

The Café of Terror [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
The Café Régal, the Mistral and the Lady [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1931, as "The Lady at the Café Régal"
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Calais Gun [ss]
This Week, May 28, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Call of the Burning Mascot [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 29, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Captain Bronsen's Cargo [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
Channay the Deliverer [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 16, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Château of Phantasies [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Jan 28, 1928
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Modern Stories (UK), Dec 1934
Christian the Concierge [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 27, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
A Christmas Card [ss]
The Whitehall Review, Christmas, 1887
The Cinema Murder [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, May 1, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
A Comedy in Divorce [ss]
Variant title of Twin Divorces, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Commodore Jasen Watches His Step [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Sep 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
The Commodore's Last Cigar [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
A Commonplace Jest [ss]
The Sketch, London, Apr 22, 1903
The New York Daily Tribune, May 18-19, 1903
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Compact [ss]
Introduction to "The Seven Conundrums"S)
Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920
The Seven Conundrums, 1923
The Seven Conundrums, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Conversion of Mr. Francis [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1913
Nash's Magazine, May 1913, as "The Prince Who Ran Away"
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Coroner's Dilemma [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Coup in the Gambling Den [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 29, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Courtship of Naida [ss]
Conundrum #4 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Feb 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Coward by Quittance [ss]
Variant title of "A Worthy Quittance," used in:
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Crooks Pay [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Sep 7, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Culbone Tower [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Cullen Gives Advice [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 6, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Cunning of Harvey Grimm [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Dec 1917
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Cunning of Lord Felixstowe [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1921
Curate and Fiend [ss]
The Leicester Mercury, Dec 8, 1888 ff
In an article entitled "My First Work", published in the February 1942 edition of the British Lilliput magazine, Oppenheim states that he sold this story to The Leicester Mercury when he was 18 years old.
First book edition, Roy Glashan's Library, 2016
HTML Version
EPUB Version
The Curious Disappearance of Mr. James Westthrop [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Jun 1915
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
Customs of the Family [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, June 1921


D

The Dancing Gentleman [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Jan 14, 1928
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Dancing Man [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1931
Darton's Great Picture [ss]
The Sketch, London, Apr 1, 1896
Darton's Great Picture/Darton's Successor, PGA/RGL editions, 2017
Darton's Successor [ss]
The Sketch, London, Apr 8, 18/96
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Dead Man's Tale [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Jan 1924
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, Oct 4, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
A Deal with Niko [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jul 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Dean's Daughter [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Debt Collector [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Nov 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Mar 15, 1914, as "Mr. Wardley Pays Debt—and Penalty"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Defeat of Rundermere [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1908, 244-250
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Delilah from Streatham [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US) Jan 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Deliverance of Mrs. Kinsey [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Nov 1915, as "They Rescue a Lady"
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Demand of the Double Four [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1910
Fiction Magazine, Jul 16, 1911
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Deserted Hotel [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Sep 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Feb 15, 1914, as "At the Deserted Hotel"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Deserter [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1910, pp. 729-737; ill. C.E. Brock, R.I.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Destined Woman [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 24, 1926
World Magazine and Story Section, Nov 14, 1926
The Devil's Wind [ss] (a General Besserley story)
The American Monthly, Aug 1934
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Oct 1954
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jun 1955
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Dinner Without Masks [ss]
The Story-Teller (UK), May 1935
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Jun 1956
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Oct 1956
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Burglars Must Dine"
Translations
French:
Invitée du cambrioleur (The Burglar's Guest), tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Apr 1957
Business for Father [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
A Diplomatic Mission [ss]
The Best Stories of All Time, May 1926
The Disappearance of Monsieur Dupoy [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Apr 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Disappearance of Mr. Colshaw [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Oct 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Mar 8, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Disappearance of William King [ss]
Variant title of Happy Ending, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Dominant Knox [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
• (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Domville Case [ss]
Variant title of The Donvers Case, used in:
The Red Book Magagine, Nov 1920
The Milwaukee Journal, May 21, 1922
The Donvers Case [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1920, pp. 371-378; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Nov 1920, as "The Domville Case"
The Milwaukee Journal, May 21, 1922, as "The Domville Case"
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
Doomed Shagshaft of Shagshaft [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Double Four Recalls Mr. Peter Ruff [ss]
Begins a new Peter Ruff series
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jan 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911, as "The Desire of Madame"
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, as "Recalled By The Double-Four"
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Desire of Madame"
Recalled By The Double-Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff"
The Doubtful Guest [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 21, 1928
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "Madame de Grignolles Entertains"
The Drama in the Doll's House [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Feb 26, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder &Stoughton, London, 1928
The Drama of the Marshes [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 2, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Drama on the Sixth Tee [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Duchess Gave a Party [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Duke's Dilemma [ss]
Conundrum #6 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Apr 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012


E

The Ebony Dispatch Box [ss]
The Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Nov 19, 1916
The Emancipation of Louis [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Emerald Pendant [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 13, 1926
The End of Jeremiah Sands [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The End of John Dykes—Burglar [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1908
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
An Episode in the Career of Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent [ss]
Variant title of Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent, used in:
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Eric Rodes Has His Chance [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 23, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
E Tenebris Lux [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Eternal Weakness [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1912
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
An Ethical Dilemma [ss] (a Major Forester story)
No record of magazine publication found
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Master Thriller Series, No.4, 1934
The Expected Murder [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1927
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "Waiting for Tonks"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Waiting for Tonks"
The Experiment of Stephen Glask, Ironmonger [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1912, pp. 342-349; ill. A.C. Michael
Radio Digest, Jul 1930
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Exposure [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 17, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012


F

False Gods [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1909, pp. 277-285; ill. A.D. McCormick, R.I.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
A Family Misunderstanding [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Fêted Lady [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, May 21, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "Ada Malcolm's Dot"
Fifty-Fifty [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Feb 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Fifty Thousand Francs and a Marriage Licence for Marie Louise [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
First Catch the Girl [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 23, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Marconi Saves Miss Mott"
The First Embrace [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Sep 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Aug 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
First of the Fools [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1919, illustrated by H. Stockton Mulford
The First Shot [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Flower of Death [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
No record of magazine publication found
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Saint Magazine (US), Mar 1967
The Flowers of Death [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Aug 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Feb 8, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Fleur de Mort, tr. Denise Baye
• Le Saint magazine, Jul 1967
A Fool and His Money [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Apr 12, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
For the Queen [ss]
Gunter's Magazine, Aug 1907
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The French Cipher Case [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Jul 1913
Nash's Magazine, Sep 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Fugitive of Adelphi Terrace [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Nov 12, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930


G

The Gamble in Frank's Oils [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Nov 1924
The Canadian Magazine, Oct 1926
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Gambler's Choice [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm story)
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1928
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Andrew Thresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Gambler's Road [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, May 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Nov 29, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
General Besserley Runs the Gauntlet [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
General Matravers Repays [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Gentleman Bill [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Oct 26, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
The Grand Magazine, Apr 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Dec 1963
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Ghost of Old John Hill [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1901, pp 128-134; ill. Abbey Altson
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912, as "The Quarry on Old John Hill"
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913, as "The Quarry on Old John Hill"
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920, as "The Quarry on Old John Hill"
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Quarry on Old John Hill"
The Ghosts of Havana Harbour [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Aug 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Jan 1954
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Feb 1955
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Ghosts of Suicide Corner [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Sep 1959, pp 74 ff
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Giants in the Counting-House [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
A Gift from the Gods [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Gilbert Channay Takes the Air [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 11, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Girl from Manchester [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1912, pp. 308-320; ill. W.R.S. Stott
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Girls of London [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Glen Terrace Tragedy [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Jul 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
Going, Going, Gone! [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Apr 25, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
The Golden Bird Of Mallory [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Nov 23, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
The Grand Magazine, Jun 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Nov 1962
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Mar 1964
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le oiseau d'or de Mallory (The Golden Bird Of Mallory), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire No. 164, Apr 1932
• Lisez-moi aventures, Revue No. 41, Jan 1950
The Grand Duke's Diamonds [ss]
The Whitehall Review, Summer, 1887
The Great Abduction [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, May 9, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Great Awakening [ss]
Derived from the homonymous 1902 novel
To Win the Love He Sought, P. F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912
To Win the Love He Sought, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Great Bear [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Mar 1929
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Great Elusion [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Oct 1922, pp. 324-336; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Oct 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
Michael's Evil Deeds, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Greatest Argument [ss]
Conundrum #7 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, May 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Great Fortuna Mine [ss]
The London Harmsworth Magazine, v. 10, Jun 1903, pp 554-564
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Great West Raid [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 7, 1928
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Green-Eyed Accomplice [ss]
Variant title of The Undiscovered Murder, used in:
The Red Book Magazine, Dec 1921
Mr. Greenlaw's Forty Thousand Pounds [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Oct 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Mar 1, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Gypsy Blood [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 27, 1926


H

Happy Ending [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, May 7, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "The Disappearance Of William King"
Help for Mr. Goldman [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Hidden Army [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1906, pp. 688-694; ill. Cyrus Cuneo
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Hidden Symbol [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 6, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "The Symbol in the Boot"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929, as "The Symbol in the Boot"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012, as "The Symbol in the Boot"
The Hill Street Murder [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1928
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
His Last Quest [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Aug 1908
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Holiday by the Sea [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
Home on Salisbury Plain [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Jun 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
Honeydew and Kisses [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Honourable Murderer [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Honour of Monsieur Lutarde [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1922, pp. 265-277; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
Michael's Evil Deeds, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Hornets Sting [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 5, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Hour of Death [ss]
The Metropolitan Magazine, Jun 1909
The House by the River [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 9, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
The Hour of Reckoning [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week magazine, The New York Herald Tribune, Feb 7, 1937
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Feb 26, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Hour of Reckoning and The Mayor of Ballydaghan, Todd Publishing Co., London, 1944
The Hour of Reckoning and The Mayor of Ballydaghan [ss]
• Todd Publishing Co., London, 1944
two stories from The Pulpit in the Grill Room published in booklet format
The House of Rest [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1913
Nash's Magazine, Apr 1913, pp 15-29, ill. John Alonzo
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The House of Dread [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Feb 23, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Noah's Ark"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Noah's Ark"
The Human Four [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Nov 1912
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Hundredth Night [ss]
The Smart Set, Dec 1903 pp. 65-73
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Husband of O-Nan-Sen [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939


I

If the Duke Should Die [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jun 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012, as "The Obstinate Duke"
Translations
French:
Si le Duc mourait (If the Duke Should Die), tr. ?
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1959
The Ill-Laid Scheme of Mr. Ambrose Weare [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Apr 1909, pp. 380-387; ill. Wilmot Lunt
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Imperfect Alibi [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Jun 22, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jul 1963, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Mariote's Hour of Agony"
Translations
French:
Le vrai coupable (The True Culprit), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 176, Jul 1932
The Imperfect Crime [ss]
Collier's Weekly Mar 28, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
In an Oxfordshire Lane [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Incomparable Mr. Trigg [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Incomplete Capture [ss]
Variant title of Lady Among Thieves, used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Inconsiderate Travellers [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
• (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Indiscreet Traveller [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Oct 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Indiscretion of Letty Shaw [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US and UK), Dec 1909
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1956
The Saint Detective Magazine, (US) May 1955
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French;
Le Défi de Jane Shaw, tr. Jeanne Fournier-Pargoire
• Le Saint magazine, Nov 1956
The Indiscretion of Lord Tamworth [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Apr 1913
Nash's Magazine, Jun 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
An Inexpensive Kiss [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Infidelity of Jack Lovejoy [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jun 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Informers Still Pay [ss]
Variant title of Settled Out of Jail, used in:
Ask Miss Mott
The Injured Husband [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Apr 1915
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Inquisitive Shareholder [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
No record of magazine publication found
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
An Interrupted Revue [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
An Interrupted Supper Party [ss]
Variant title of Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff, used in Peter Ruff
In the Dark [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Aug 10, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "The Man Without a Tie"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "The Man Without a Tie"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Man Without a Tie"
In the Service of the Queen [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1912
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931, as "Pryde's First Commission"
In the Strongroom [ss]
Collier's Weekly Apr 11, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, as "What Sir Stephen Forgot"
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, as "What Sir Stephen Forgot"
In the Upstairs Room [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Feb 27, 1926
Introducing Mr. Peter Ruff [ss]
Billed as "The first of a series of nine stories relating the adventures of Mr. Peter Ruff, the most delightful character in recent fiction."
Pearson's Magazine (US), Oct 1909
Pearson's Magazine (UK), Nov 1909
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912, as "An Interrupted Supper Party"
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Underworld, Apr 1928
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "An Interrupted Supper Party"
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Inverted Message [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Invincible Truth [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1921, pp. 518-527; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Jun 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925


J

Jezebel of Valley Farm [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
The Grand Magazine, Dec 1932
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
John Garland the Deliverer [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1908, pp. 185-192; ill. A.J. Gough
Radio Digest, Dec 1930
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
Judgment Postponed [ss]
Variant title of A Murderer in Love, used in:
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Julie Joins the Force [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week magazine, The New York Herald Tribune, Feb 14, 1937
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Feb 12, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
Juries Sometimes Err [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Apr 15, 1933
Pearson's Magazine, Aug 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as "Sometimes Juries Err"
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971, as "Sometimes Juries Err"


K

Keeping the Peace at Hampstead [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Sep 1930
Kenmar's Golden Day [ss]
Variant title of The Actor's Romance, used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Key Washed in Gold [ss]
Woman's World, Apr 1930
The Kidnapping of Mr. Peter Jardine [ss]
This Week, May 21, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Killing of Monica Quayles [ss]
Maclean's, Mar 1, 1933
• Pearson's Magazine, May 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Kiss of Judas [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jan 1922, pp. 3-12; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
Michael's Evil Deeds, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Kiss of Youth [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Sep 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, Jun 14, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, as "A Young Man's Kiss"
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, A Young Man's Kiss
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012, as "A Young Man's Kiss"
The Knaves' Messenger [ss]
This Week, Jun 25, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), May 1957
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Mar 1958
Translations
French:
L'Affaire Tégnier (The Tégnier Affair), tr.
• Le Saint magazine, Oct 1958


L

Lady Katherine's Better Nature [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Mar 12, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Lady Among Thieves (ss)
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Incomplete Capture"
The Lady in the Grey Wig [ss] (a General Besserley story)
The Strand Magazine, Oct 1934
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Lady Price's Companion [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Last of Stephen Lenfield [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Aug 1, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "Mystery House"
The Sun, New York, Feb 1, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Last of the Virgins [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1925
The Canadian Magazine, Apr 1927
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Last Quest [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Mar 1916
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
The Laughing Loser [ss]
Saturday Evening Post, May 28, 1927
The Leeds Bank Robbery [ss]
Variant title of The Menwood Road Bank Robbery, used in:
The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922
The Legacy of Ebenezer Chance [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series)
The Syracuse Journal, NY, sl, Dec 29, 1919- Jan 3, 1920
The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Lenore [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Lesson to Lionel Cutts [ss]
Variant title of A Lesson to Mr. Cutts, used in:
Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1929
A Lesson to Mr. Cutts [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1914, pp. 212-219; ill. Tom Peddie
The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1914
Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1929, pp. 614-620, as "A Lesson to Lionel Cutts"
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Lion's Den [ss]
Variant title of A Mild-mannered Murderer, used in:
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Listening Lady [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
Woman's Home Companion, Nov 1933, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Little Grey Book [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series)
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 26-31, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
The Little Grey Lady [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Jan 1905; pp 286-292; ill. Arthur Allingham
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1908
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Little Lady from Servia [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Feb 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Cloak and Dagger : A Treasury of 35 Great Espionage Stories, Avenel Books, New York, 1988
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Little Marquis [ss]
Collier's Weekly, May 25, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1963
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le petit marquis (The Little Marquis), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 148, Jan 1932
The Little Yellow Birds [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Feb 4, 1928
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Lonely Man [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Lord Dratten's Land Deal [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Lord Isham's Gamble [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
No record of magazine publication found
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Lord of Crersa [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 23, 1899
The People's Home Journal, Jan 1910, as The Prince of Crersa
• Syndicated in the USA by The Bell Syndicate, Inc., New York, 1920
The Syracuse Herald, NY, Apr 25, 1920
The Argosy (UK), Aug 1926
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
Lord Porthoning's Lesson [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Lost Miss Greene [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
The Lost Formula [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, May 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Love Affair of Bella Delmain, Actress: An Idyll [ss]
The Bellman, Jan 11, 1908
The Luckiest Young Man [ss]
Collier's Weekly, May 16, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
A Lucky Theft [ss]
Variant title of The Three Thieves, used in:
The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, Jun 18, 1938
The Lure of the Shackles [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1919


M

The Machinations of Mr. Courlander [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Sep 1916
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Madame de Grignolles Entertains [ss]
Variant title of "A Doubtful Guest," used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Madame's Mosaic Law [ss]
Variant title of Madame Seeks a Prince, used in:
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Madame Seeks a Prince [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Mar 1925
The Canadian Magazine, Mar 1927
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "Madame's Mosaic Law"
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927, as "Madame's Mosaic Law"
A Mad Christmas [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1900, pp 104-108; ill. A. Forestier
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mademoiselle Anna Disappears [ss]
Collier's Weekly, May 30, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Madmen's Luck [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Nov 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
The Magic Popgun [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Feb 16, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1970
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012
Major Kosuth's Mission [ss]
Variant title of The Mission of Major Kosuth, used in:
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1920
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
La Mission du Major Kosuth, tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1960
The Making of Hambledon [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jun 1908
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Man at Stephano's [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Man Behind the Curtain [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jul 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Man from the Old Testament [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Mar 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Aug 1958
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Mar 1959
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
L'Homme de l'Ancien Testament, tr. Gilberte Marchegay
• Le Saint magazine, Jan 1960
The Man in the Grey Suede Gloves [ss]
This Week, Jul 9, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
A Man Must Hold His Wife [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Man on the Waterlogged Ketch [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Mar 15, 1933
Pearson's Magazine, Jun 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Man Who Could Have Ended the War [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, ??? 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Man Who Disappeared [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, May 1913
Nash's Magazine, Jul 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Man Who Harnessed the Laws of Chance [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Man Who Lifted the Blind [ss]
The Argosy (UK), Jul 1934
The Man Whom Nobody Liked [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1903, pp. 25-30; ill. R. Pannett
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
The Argosy (UK), Feb 1928
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Man Who Saved The President's Life [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Jun 19, 1909
The Windsor Magazine, May 1903, pp. 715-722; ill. Oscar Wilson
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Man Who Thought He Was a Pauper [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
The Man Who Thought He Was a Pauper, Todd Publishing Co., London, 1943 (16-page booklet format)
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Man Without a Tie [ss]
Variant title of In the Dark, used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Man With the Grey Muffler [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Dec 1927
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Feb 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Marconi Saves Miss Mott [ss]
Variant title of First Catch the Girlused in:
Ask Miss Mott
Marie Louise Will Be There [ss]
This Week, May 14, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
Mariote's Hour of Agony [ss]
Variant title of "The Imperfect Alibi," used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le vrai coupable (The True Culprit), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 176, Jul 1932
Mark Levy Pays [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 18, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Martin Fogg Persists [ss] (a Channay Syndicate story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Apr 25, 1925
The Channay Syndicate, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
The Channay Syndicate, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Marvellous Escape of Mr. Haslem [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Masked Trinity [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, May 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Sub-Commissioner's Parlour"
The Master Cheat of Monte Carlo [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Grit, Apr 19, 1931
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
Mat's Luck [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Jul 27, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
A Matter of a Thousand Pounds [ss]
Variant title of "The Tragedy at the Flower Farm," used in:
The Sun, New York, Jan 4, 1914
The Mayor of Ballydaghan [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week, mm dd, 1936
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Jan 22, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
The Hour of Reckoning and The Mayor of Ballydaghan, Todd Publishing Co., London, 1944
Men Are Such Fools [ss]
Ainslee's Magazine, Sep 1908 and May 1926
The Menwood Road Bank Robbery [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Feb 1922, pp. 170-180; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1922, as "The Leeds Bank Robbery"
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
Michael's Evil Deeds, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Meredith Walks Out [ss]
Variant title of Against Orders, used in:
Ask Miss Mott
Michael's Wedding Gift [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1922, pp. 163-173; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
Michael's Evil Deeds, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Mild-mannered Murderer [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Apr 1927
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "The Lion's Den"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "The Lion's Den"
The Million Pound Risk [ss]
Variant title of The £100,000 Risk, used in:
Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Apr 1984.
A Minor Hero [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Miracle at Monte Carlo [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 15, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, May 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Miracle of Lord Grim [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series)
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 19-24, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Mischief (ss)
The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1921
Miss de Hagon's Information [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Nash's Magazine, Apr 1914
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Miss de Hagon, Spy [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
Hearst's Magazine, Aug 1913
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920, as "The Amazing Affair of Miss de Hagon and the Austrian Envoy"
Miss Fiske, Sir Somervell Glyde and Two Miracles [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Mission of Major Kosuth [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Jun 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912, as "Major Kosuth's Mission"
The Saint Mystery Magazine (US), Dec 1958
The Saint Detective Magazine (Australia), Jun 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Aug-Sep 1959
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Major Kosuth's Mission"
Translations
French:
La Mission du Major Kosuth, tr. Pierre Caillaud
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1960
The Missing Hour [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Mar 26, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928, as "Three to Four"
The Missing Will [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Modern Marauder [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Oct 15, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Momentous Blemish [ss]
Variant title of Blemish: the Story of a Titled Murderer, used in:
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
Translations
French:
La tache de sang (The Bloodstain), tr. René Lécuyer
• Le Saint magazine, May 1961
The Money-Spider [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1908, pp. 483-490, ill. A.E. Jackson
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
Monte Carlo Pays a Gas Bill [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 20, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "The Stink Wizard"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929, as "The Stink Wizard"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012, as "The Stink Wizard"
Mr. Ashley's Failure [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Aug 1901, pp 350-356; ill. A.H. Buckland
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mr. Blunt's Three Clients [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1919
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Mar 1919
The Thriller, Nov 17, 1934
Mr. Brown and the Madonna [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Dec 10, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Mr. Bundercombe's Love Affair [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mr. Bundercombe's Wink [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
The Argosy (UK), May 1933
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mr. Cray Comes Home [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1921, pp. 183-189; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, Aug 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, as "Mr. Cray Returns Home"
Mr. Cray Returns Home [ss]
Variant title of Mr. Cray Comes Home, used in:
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925, 1926
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Mr. Cray, Satan and the Fluffy Spirit [ss]
Variant title of "Satan and the Spirit," used for syndication to US newspapers, 1922
Mr. Hardrow's Secretary [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1909, pp. 741-748; ill: A.E. Jackson
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
Mr. Hobb's Astute Deal [ss]
Variant title of An Astute Deal, used in:
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
Mr. Homor's Legacy [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, May 1921, pp. 391-400; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magagine, May 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
Mr. Meekes' Bombshell [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Mr. Samuelson [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 20, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mrs. Block Contributes [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 9, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, & Co., Boston, 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jun 1962
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
Mrs. Bognor's Star Boarder [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Apr 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mrs. Dowdswell's Prod-Along [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Mrs. Masters and Her Playboy [ss]
This Week, Jul 16, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
Mr. Senn's Past (ss)
Hearst's International Monthly, Jun 1922
Mr. Vincent Cawdor, Commission Agent [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), Nov 1909
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mr. Wardley Pays Debt—and Penalty [ss]
Variant title of The Debt Collector, used in:
The Sun, New York, Mar 15, 1914
Murder at the Milan [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week magazine, The New York Herald Tribune, Feb 21, 1937
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Feb 5, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
A Murderer in Love [ss] (a Jennerton & Co. story)
The Cosmopolitan, Feb 1927
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1927, as "Jugdment Postponed"
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929, as "Jugdment Postponed"
Jennerton & Co., PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Judgement Postponed"
The Murder of William Blessing [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Mar 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Murder Triangle [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
My Dreadful Secret [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1901, pp 629-635; ill. J. Ambrose Walton
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
My First Diplomatic Mission [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Feb 1901, pp. 376-380; ill. A. Forestier
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
My Hunch Wasn't So Bad After All [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
My Literary Executorship [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, 191-?
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Mysterious Assistant [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Apr 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Mysterious Idol [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Mysterious Pirandettis [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Mysterious Rescue at Dover [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Mystery Advertisement [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1922, pp. 250-259; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Sep 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
Michael's Evil Deeds, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mystery House [ss]
Variant title of The Last of Stephen Lenfield, used in:
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1931
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Mystery of Monte Carlo [ss]
Variant title of The Auctioneer's Licence used in:
This Week, the Sunday magazine supplement of The New York Herald Tribune, Nov 24, 1935
The Mystery of the Café Suprème [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
The Mystery Ticket [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, May 15, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971


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Neap-Tide Madness [ss]
Variant title of The Siren of the Marsh, used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Le fou des marais (The Madman of the Marshes), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 180, Aug 1932
A New Departure [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
A Night of Fantasies [ss]
The Strand Magazine, May 1935.
The Ninety-ninth Thread [ss] (a Peter Bragg and George Angus story)
Collier's Weekly, Apr 30, 1927
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Noah's Ark [ss]
Variant title of "The House of Dread," used in:
Ask Miss Mott
No Questions Asked [ss]
Variant title of Anon, £1,000, used in:
Collier's Weekly, Jan 24, 1931
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, mm dd, 1933
No Red Ribbon for the Commodore [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Apr 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
Not Slane's Star Turn [ss]
Variant title of The Spider and the Flies, used in:
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, 1933
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Noxious Gift [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1907
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Numbers One and Seven [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Jennerton & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Numbers of Death [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 2, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012


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The Obstinate Duke [ss]
Variant title of "If the Duke Should Die," used in:br>
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Translations
French:
Si le Duc mourait (If the Duke Should Die), tr. ?
• Le Saint magazine, Mar 1959
Oh, Fair Delilah! [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
An Olympian Debacle [ss] (a Sybil story)
Ladies' Home Journal, Aug 1933, ill. Rico Tomaso
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
One Luckless Hour [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1910, pp. 276-281; ill. Steven Spurrier
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
One Must Suffer [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 19, 1906
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Jun 27, 1920
The Richmond Times Dispatch, Jun 12, 1921
One Night in Nice [ss] (an Andrew Tresholm Story)
The Cosmopolitan, Mar 1929
The Daily Sentinel, Rome, NY, 1929
Andrew Tresholm—Adventures of a Reluctant Gambler, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
One of the Gods [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 11, 1896
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, Mar 28, 1920
One of Us [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 3, 1914
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
One Shall Be Taken [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 12, 1897
The Boston Daily Globe Sunday Magazine, Dec 16, 1906
The Buffalo Evening News, NY, Nov 28-Dec 1, 1922
The Argosy (UK), May 1928
RGL EPUB edition, 2015
RGL EPUB edition, 2015
One Terrible Night (ss)
Collier's Weekly, Jan 10, 1931
An Opportunist in Arms [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 15, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Jun 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Other Letter [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Mar 30, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "The Terrified Wife"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "The Terrified Wife"
The Other Side of the Wall [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Feb 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Outcast [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1911, pp. 711-719; ill. Dudley Hardy, R.I.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013


P

Paddy Flaps His Wings [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Mar 14, 1931
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, as "Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings"
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932, as "Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings"
Paddy Collins Flaps His Wings [ss]
Variant title of Paddy Flaps His Wings, used in:
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931, 1932
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
The Party at the Milan [ss]
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 27, 1913
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 22, 1913
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Passing of John the Hermit [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
The Passing of Nick of New York [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 2, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Passiter's Simple Job [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Aug 10, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Paul Brodie Strikes [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, May 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Pedagogue of Bellevue Mansions [ss]
Variant title of "The Armadi Vase," used in:
The Exploits of Pudgy Pete & Co., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Percy Skirts the Morass [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Dec 8, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Apr 1936
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Perfect Witness [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Nov 10, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Dec 1935
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Perfidy of Henry Midgley [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1911, pp 82-89; ill. W.R.S. Stott
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Perfidy of Miss Brown [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1910
Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912
The Adventures of Peter Ruff, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1912? (cheap edition of Peter Ruff)
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Oppenheim Omnibus: Forty One Stories by the Prince of Storytellers, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Peter Ruff, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Phantom Fleet [ss] (a General Besserley story)
No record of magazine publication under this title found
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, P.F. Collier & Son Corp., New York,1935
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1935
Cloak and Dagger : A Treasury of 35 Great Espionage Stories, Avenel Books, New York, 1988
General Besserley's Puzzle Box, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Phantom Thief [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
Philanthropy Sometimes Pays [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Picture Maniac [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 5-10, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Poetry by Compulsion [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1918
Aaron Rodd, Diviner, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Politics Pays Best [ss]
The Country Gentleman, Feb 1932
The Popinjay and the Emerald [ss]
This Week (Sunday supplement of The New York Herald Tribune), Nov 3, 1935
Pearson's Magazine, Nov 1935
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1938
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Triangle Books, New York, 1939
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1937
Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Nov 2012
The Price of Felicity [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
Prince Albert's Card Debts [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Prince of Gamblers [ss]
The English Illustrated Magazine, Sep 1909
The Princess of Hebor and the Man from Smith's [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
The Princess Pays [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Jan 1914
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Prince Who Ran Away [ss]
Variant title of The Conversion of Mr. Francis, used in Nash's Magazine, May 1913 and in The Amazing Partnership, 1914
The Private Secretary [ss]
Love Story Magazine, May 3, 1930
Pryde's First Commission [ss]
Variant title of "In the Service of the Queen," used in:
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
Pussyfoot in Mischief [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Jan 1921, pp. 29-37; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Jan 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925


Q

The Quarrel [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Feb 14, 1931 ?
Sinners Beware, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Sinners Beware, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
The Quarry on Old John Hill [ss]
Variant title of The Ghost of Old John Hill, used in:
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, nd (ca. 1915)
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Quits [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1910, pp. 598-607; ill. S. Davis
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013


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Rachael, the Woman of Death [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Jun 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "The House of the Woman of Death"
The Sun, New York, Jan 11, 1914, as "The First Adventures at the Villa de Cap Frinet"
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Ranelagh Mystery [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
Woman's Home Companion, Jan 1934, ill. Ray F. Spreter
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936, Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012, as "Between the Eighth Green and the Ninth Tee"
Rapasto's Last Service [ss]
Harper's Bazaar, Jan 1925
The Canadian Magazine, Jan 1927
Madame, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Recalcitrant Mr. Cray [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1921, pp. 61-71; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Jul 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
Recalled by the Double Four [ss]
Variant title of The Double Four Recalls Mr. Peter Ruff, used in:
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, McKinlay, Stone & Mackenzie, New York, ©1912
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1920
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Reckoning [ss]
Variant magazine title of The Reckoning with Otto Schreed, used in:
The Red Book Magazine Feb 1921
The Reckoning with Otto Schreed [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Feb 1921, pp. 130-137; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Feb 1921, as "The Reckoning"
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Reformation of Circe [ss]
The Sketch, London, 1904 (precise date )
• syndicated to US newspapapers, 1904;
The Democratic Herald, Clyde, NY, Dec 28, 1904
Ghosts and Gamblers, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2014
PGA HTML edition, 2015
RGL EPUB edition, 2015
The Regeneration of Jacobs [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, May 1908
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1908
The Long Arm, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1909
• "The Long Arm of Mannister", PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Remarkable Astuteness of Police-Constable Chopping [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Remarkable Disappearance of John Grinen [ss]
Variant title of "Where Is John Grinen," used in:
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, 1920
The Rescue of Warren Tyrrwell [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Dec 1913
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Restless Traveller [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1910, pp. 643-649; ill. Dudley Hardy, R.I., R.B.A.
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
The Richest Client [ss]
Variant title of Working Backwards, used in:
Collier's Weekly, Jun 18, 1927
The Rift [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1921, pp. 232-240; ill. S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Mar 1921
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Ritz Hotel Conference [ss] (a Baroness Linz story)
No record of magazine publication found
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
Riverside Snowballing [ss] (an Inspector Dickins story)
The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 19, 1929
Gangsters' Glory, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1931
Gangsters' Glory, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1931
Inspector Dickins Retires, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
The Road to Liberty [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1913
Radio Digest, Sep 1930
Gleanings, Vol. II : 1910-1914, PGA/RGL editions, 2013
A Rough-House at Elstree [ss] (a Charles Lyson story)
This Week, mm dd, 1936
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1938
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1938
The Australian Women's Weekly, Sep 10, 1938, as "A Rough House at the Studio"
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1939
A Pulpit in the Grill Room, Sun Dial Press, New York, 1940
A Rough-House at the Studio [ss]
Variant title of "A Rough-House at Elstree," used in:
The Australian Women's Weekly, Sep 10, 1938
The Royal Game [ss]
Variant title of Royal Games, used in:
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Royal Dilemma [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 11, 1896
Royal Games [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, May 23, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927, as "The Royal Game"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929 as "The Royal Game"
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012 as "The Royal Game"
Running Away from the Mones [ss]
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jan 1965


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The Sad End of Mr. William Starr [ss]
The Cosmopolitan, Jan 1928
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Mar 1928
The Human Chase, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Sad-Faced Hermit [ss]
The Illustrated Sunday Magazine, Sep 30, 1917
The Salvation of Mr. Norton [ss] (a Samuel T. Billingham story)
Collier's Weekly, Jun 13, 1925
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL EPUB editions, Aug 2012
The Salvation of Mr. Timothy Ryan [ss] (a Commodore Jasen story)
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1931, as "Crooks in the Sunshine"
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
The Salving of Mr. Stanley Witt [ss] (a Nicholas Goade Story)
No record of magazine publication found
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Ltd., Toronto, 1929
Nicholas Goade, Detective, Review of Reviews Co., New York, 1929
Satan and the Spirit [ss] (a Joseph P. Cray story)
The Strand Magazine, Apr 1921, pp. 310-320; ill: S. Abbey
The Red Book Magazine, Apr 1921
• Syndicated in the USA as "Mr. Cray, Satan and the Fluffy Spirit", 1922
The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Cray, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jan 1966
The Scarlet Patch [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Apr 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
The Secret of the "Magnifique" [ss]
The Popular Magazine, May 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935
The Sun, New York, Dec 28, 1913
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Sentence of the Court [ss] (an Ambrose Lavendale story)
(Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Jan 1916)
Ambrose Lavendale, Diplopmat,Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
The Serious Dilemma of Mr. Hogge [ss] (an Algernon Knox story)
• (no record of magazine publication under this title found)
The Honorable Algernon Knox, Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1920
Settled Out of Jail [ss]
Collier's Magazine, Apr 6, 1935
Ask Miss Mott, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, 1935, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1936, 1937, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1937, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1937 as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Triangle Books, New York, 1939, 1940, 1941, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 970, as "Informers Still Pay"
Ask Miss Mott, PGA/RGL editions, Jun 2012, as "Informers Still Pay"
Seven Boxes of Gold [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1922, pp. 509-519; ill. Charles Crombie
The Red Book Magazine, Jun 1922
Michael's Evil Deeds, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Review of Reviews Corp., New York, 1923
Michael's Evil Deeds, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
Michael's Evil Deeds, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Seven Suppers of Andrea Korust [ss]
Pearson's Magazine (US), May 1911
The Double Four, Cassell & Co., London, 1911
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1912
The Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Peter Ruff and the Double Four, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Seven Taverns of Marseilles [ss]
Nash's Pall Mall Magazine, Aug 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1932
Crooks in the Sunshine, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
Crooks in the Sunshine, Tauchnitz Verlag, Leipzig, 1934
Crooks in the Sunshine, PGA/RGL editions, Sep 2012
The Shadow Man [ss]
This Week, Jun 11, 1939
The Milan Grill Room, P.F. Collier & Son, New York, ©1939
The Milan Grill Room, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1940, 1942
The Milan Grill Room, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1941
The Shaftsbury Avenue Murder [ss]
Hearst's International Monthly, Jul 1923
Buffalo Sunday Express, NY, mm dd, 1925
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1927
The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, Bart., PGA/ RGL EPUB editions, 2012
Shocking Bad Luck on the Baron [ss]
No record of magazine publication found
And Still I Cheat the Gallows, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
A Shocking Mésalliance [ss]
The Windsor Magazine, Sep 1901, pp 447-454; ill. A. Forestier
Those Other Days, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
Those Other Days, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
Those Other Days, Odhams, London, ca. 1920
Those Other Days, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Shorn Lamb [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
An Amiable Charlatan/The Game of Liberty, 1915
An Amiable Charlatan, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Sibyl Stories, No. 1. [ss]
• Title of story not ascertained
Ladies' Home Journal, Jun 1933
The Sibyl Stories, No. 2. An Olympian Debacle [ss]
Ladies' Home Journal, Aug 1933, ill. Rico Tomaso
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938, as
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Sibyl Stories No.3. Broken Engagements [ss]
Ladies' Home Journal, Oct 1933
Advice Limited, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1935
Advice Limited, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1936
Advice Limited, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
Advice Limited, PGA/RGL editions, Aug 2012
The Silent People [ss] (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, Jun 1914
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Simple Life in Bermondsey [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
Sinful Principality [ss]
The Independent, Jun 5, 1926
Sinners Beware [ss]
The Thriller, Oct 20, 1934
The Siren of the Madrid [ss] (a Major Forester story)
Collier's Weekly, Oct 29, 1927
What Happened to Forester, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929 pp
What Happened to Forester, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930
The Siren of the Marsh [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Aug 24, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "Neap-Tide Madness"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "Neap-Tide Madness"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Neap-Tide Madness"
Translations
French:
Le fou des marais (The Madman of the Marshes), tr. Irène Robert
• Ric et Rac, Hebdomadaire, No. 180, Aug 1932
The Siren Voice [ss]
The Blue Book Magazine, Jan 1916
Mysteries of the Riviera, Cassell & Co., London, 1916, 1919, 1926, 1927, 1932, 1956
Sir Geoffrey's Guest [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Sir Julian Kand & Co. [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Jan 12-17, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Sir Julian Kand Prefers New York [ss]
Syndicated story in the "Whimsical Three" series
The Syracuse Journal, sl, Feb 2-7, 1920
The Little Gentleman of Okehampstead, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
The Small Tragedy Of Mr. Tidd [ss]
• syndicated to US newspapers, 1925-1926
Chronicles of Melhampton, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Something in a Name [ss]
The Whitehall Review, Christmas, 1887
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
Sometimes Juries Err [ss]
Variant title of Juries Sometimes Err, used in:
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
The Sovereign in the Gutter [ss]
The Strand Magazine, Nov 1909, pp. 610-616; ill. A.E. Jackson
Secrets and Sovereigns, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2004
Gleanings, Vol. I : 1903-1909, PGA/RGL editions, Jan 2013
The Sphinx Whispered [ss]
• No record of magazine publication found
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1939
General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1939
The Spider and the Flies [ss]
Collier's Weekly, Oct 19, 1929
Slane's Long Shots, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1930, as "Not Slane's Star Turn"
Slane's Long Shots, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930, as "Not Slane's Star Turn"
Slane's Long Shots, PGA/RGL editions, 2012, as "Not Slane's Star Turn"
The Spider's Parlor (a Stanley Brooke story)
Munsey's Magazine, May 1914
The Amazing Partnership, Cassell & Co., London, 1914, 1925, 1931
La Crosse Tribune, Wisconsin, 1915
The Deliberate Detective, PGA/RGL EPUB edition, Sep 2012
The Spider's Parlour [ss]
Conundrum #3 in "The Seven Conundrums"
Ladies' Home Journal, Jan 1921
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Spinsters [ss] (a Nicholas Goade story)
The Grand Magazine, Jun 1926
Nicholas Goade, Detective, all editions, as "The Two Spinsters"
The Argosy, Jun 1946, as "The Two Spinsters"
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories That Scared Even Me, Rinehart & Co. and Random House, New York, 1967, as "The Two Spinsters"
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Slay Ride, Dell paperback, 1971, as "The Two Spinsters"
A Sporting Gesture [ss]
Maclean's Magazine, Jan 1, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1933
The Ex-Detective, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1933
The Ex-Detective, A.L. Burt Co., New York, 1933
The Ex-Detective, Triangle Books, New York, 1938
The Ex-Detective, Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, NY, 1971
A Sprig of Heather [ss]
No record of magazine publication under this title found
For the Queen, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1912
For the Queen, Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1912
For the Queen, Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1913
For the Queen, London Mail, 1917
For the Queen, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Stetson Affair [ss]
The Popular Magazine, Sep 15, 1912
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1935, as "The Case of Mr. and Mrs. Stetson"
The Sun, New York, Feb 22, 1914
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Stark House Press, Eureka, CA, 2010
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Stink Wizard [ss]
Variant title of Monte Carlo Pays a Gas Bill, used in:
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, Little, Brown, and Co., Boston, 1929
Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, PGA/RGL editions, 2012
The Stolen Minute Book [ss]
Conundrum #1 in "The Seven Conundrums)"
Ladies' Home Journal, Nov 1920
The Seven Conundrums [coll], 1923
The Seven Conundrums [coll], PGA/RGL editions, 2012
A Strange Conspiracy [ss]
The Weekly Telegraph, Sheffield, England, Nov 17, 1903
The Strange Meeting at the Villa de Cap Frinet [ss]
Variant title of The Adventure at the Villa de Cap Frinet, used in:
Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, Cassell & Co., London, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1926, 1931
The Amazing Judgment/Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, S