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EDGAR WALLACE
(1875-1932)

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A BIBLIOGRAPHY AND FILMOGRAPHY©

Date of most recent revision: July 21, 2016

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This bibliography lists all works by Edgar Wallace found in the course of a fairly extensive search of the Internet. For each work the bibliographic information includes, whenever possible, the date and place of publication. Works which appeared under more than one title are cross-referenced. Filmographic information is included in the entries for individual works, and in a special chapter at the end of Section I. FICTION.

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I. FICTION

A. NOVELS

ANGEL, ESQUIRE (novel)
Serialised in Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 25-Mar 18, 1908
Arrowsmith, Bristol/Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., London, 1908, 1932
H. Holt & Co., New York, 1908
Serialised in New Story Magazine, May-Aug 1914
Serialised in The Pictorial Weekly, The Amalgamated Press, London, 1927-1928
A.L. Burt Company, New York, 1927, 1929
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1927
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1928, 1939
Librairie des Champs-Élysées, Paris, French translation by Pierre Lapre, 1931, 1948
Royal National Institute for the Blind, London, Braille edition, 1932
Wilhelm Goldmann Verlag, Munich, as "Der Safe mit dem Rätselschloss" (The Safe with the Puzzle Lock), German translation by Eva Schumann, 1954
The Tallis Press, Oxford, revised edition, 1966
Spektrum Pocket-Books, Copenhagen, as "Eaglen fra Scotland Yard," Danish translation by Esther Kofod, 1971
Compagnia Del Giallo—Gruppo Newton, Rome, as "L'enigma della cassaforte," Italian translation by Stefania Carimati, 1995
Hugin e Munin D.L., Santiago de Compostela, Galician translation by Alejandro Tobar, 2012
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014*
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014*
Filmed in England by Gaumont British Picture Corporation, 1919. Director: W.P. Kellino
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, as "Die Gruft mit dem Rätselschloss" by Rialto Film, 1964. English title: "The Curse of the Hidden Vault"
[* These editions include both the novel and all known short stories featuring Angel, Esquire.]
ANGEL OF TERROR, THE (novel) — variant title "The Destroying Angel"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed as "Ricochet" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "The Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 4, Episode 3), 1963. Director: John Llewellyn Moxey
Filmed in London, England, as "Die Tote aus der Themse" by Rialto Film, 1971. Director: Harald Philipp. International release title: "Angels of Terror"
ARRANWAYS MYSTERY, THE (novel) — see "The Coat of Arms"
AVENGER, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Extra Girl", "The Hairy Arm"
Serialised as "The Extra Girl" in the weekly Picture Show, Nov 10, 1923-Feb 16, 1924 (13 parts)
John Long Ltd., London, 1926
Small Maynard, Boston, 1925, as "The Hairy Arm"
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in Munich, Germany, as "Der Rächer" by Kurt Ulrich Filmproduktion, 1960. Director: Karl Anton. English title: "The Avenger"
BARBARA ON HER OWN (novel)
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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BEYOND RECALL (novel) — see "Blue Hand"
BIG FOOT (novel)
John Long Ltd., London, 1927
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
BIG FOOT MURDER MYSTERY, THE — presumably a variant title for "Big Foot" (qv)
The Complete Detective Novel Magazine, Oct 1929
BLACK, THE (novel) — see "The Man from Morocco"
BLACK ABBOT, THE (novel) — variant title: "The Second Son"
Serialised in Answers. Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 10, 1925-Jan 30, 1936, as "The Second Son" under the pen name "Richard Cloud"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e- book (HTML), Aug 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2013
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, as "Der Schwarze Abt" by Rialto Film, 1963. Director: Franz Josef Gottlieb. English title: "The Black Abbot"
BLACK TENTH, THE (novel) — see "The Yellow Snake"
BLUE HAND (novel) — variant title "Beyond Recall"
Serialised in Answers, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 22, 1921-Apr 22, 1922, as "Beyond Recall" under the pen name "Richard Cloud"
Serialised in People's Magazine, Apr-May 15, 1923
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1923
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1923
PGA e- book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in East Orange, New Jersey, USA, as "Die blaue Hand" by Rialto Film, 1967. Director: Alfred Vohrer. English titles: "The Creature With The Blue Hand" and "The Bloody Dead" (recut video version)
BOOK OF ALL POWER, THE (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1921
Star Novels Magazine (Canada), Spring 1933
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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BOOKS OF BART, THE (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1923
PGA e- book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013
BRANDED MILLIONS (novel) — see "The Golden Hades"
Serialised in Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nos. 764-770, Oct 29-Dec 10, 1919
CALENDAR, THE (novel) — based on on the homonymous play (qv)
William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1930
PGA e- book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
For a filmography, see the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
CAPTAINS OF SOULS (novel)
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston & New York, 1922
John Long Ltd., London, 1923
Bernhard Tauchnitz, Leipzig, 1924
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
CAPTAIN TATHAM OF TATHAM ISLAND (novel) — variant titles: "Eve's Island" and "The Island of Galloping Gold"
Gale & Polden Ltd., London, 1909
New Story Magazine, Feb 1914
Revised edition published as "The Island of Galloping Gold" by George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013
CASE OF THE FRIGHTENED LADY, THE (novel) — see "The Frightened Lady"
CHEATERS, THE (novel) — see "The Nine Bears"
CHILDREN OF THE POOR, THE (novel) — see "The Gunner"
CLEVER ONE, THE (novel) — see "The Forger"
CLUE OF THE NEW PIN, THE (novel)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1923
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2011
Filmed in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1929. Director: Arthur Maude
Filmed as "The Clue of the New Pin" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 1, Episode 5), 1961. Director: Allan Davis
Filmed in the UK as "Cosa avete fatto a Solange?" by Clodio Cinematografica and Rialto Film (Italian-German co-production), 1972. Director: Massimo Dallamano. German title: "Das Geheimnis der grünen Stecknadel"; US title: "The School That Couldn't Scream"; UK title: "What Have You Done With Solange?"
CLUE OF THE SILVER KEY, The (novel) — variant title "The Silver Key"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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Filmed as "The Clue of the Silver Key" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 3), 1961. Director: Gerard Glaister
CLUE OF THE TWISTED CANDLE, THE (novel)
Small, Maynard, Boston, 1916
A.L. Burt Company, New York, 1916
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1918
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
Filmed as "The Clue of the Twisted Candle" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 1, Episode 1), 1960. Director: Allan Davis
COAT OF ARMS, THE (novel) — variant title "The Arranways Mystery"
Serialised in The Star newspaper, London, Jul 31-Sep 15, 1931
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1931
Serialised as "The Arranways Mystery" in The Cosmopolitan, Sep 1931-Jan 1932
PGA e-book (HTML), Jun 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2011
COLOSSUS, THE (novel) — see "The Joker" (qv)
COUNCIL OF JUSTICE, THE (novel, "Just Men" series)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1908, 1910, 1920, 1929
New Story Magazine, Apr 1915
Brown, Watson, London, Digit Book No. R751, 1963
Pan Books, London, 1973 (revised edition)
White Lion Publishers, London, 1974
PGA e-book (HTML), Mar 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2012
COUNTERFEITER, THE (novel) — see "The Forger"
CRIMINAL AT LARGE (novel) — see "The Frightened Lady"
CRIMSON CIRCLE, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Daily Express, London, Dec 6-Feb 3, 1922
People's Story Magazine, Mar 10, 1922
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1922
Doubleday, Doran & Co., New York, Crime Club Edition, 1929
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2012
Filmed in the UK by Kinema Club, 1922. Director: George Ridgwell
Filmed in the UK as "Der rote Kreis" (German-British co-production) by British International Pictures/Efzet Film, 1929. Director: Fred Zelnik. English title: "The Crimson Circle
Filmed in the UK by DuWorld/Wainwright, 1936. Director: Reginald Denham
Filmed in Copenhagen as "Der rote Kreis" (German-Danish co-production) by Constantin Film, 1960. Director: Jürgen Roland. Danish title: "Blodrøde cirkel"; English titles: "The Crimson Circle", "The Red Circle"
CROAKERS, THE (novel) — see "The Dark Eyes of London"
CURSE OF THE YELLOW SNAKE, THE — see "The Yellow Snake"
DAFFODIL ENIGMA, THE (novel) — see "The Daffodil Mystery"
DAFFODIL MURDER, THE (novel) — see "The Daffodil Mystery"
DAFFODIL MYSTERY, THE (novel) — variant titles "The Daffodil Enigma", "The Daffodil Murder"
Serialised as "The Daffodil Murder" in Answers, Amalgamated Press, London, Apr 24-Jul 10, 1920
Serialised as "The Daffodil Enigma" in The Popular Magazine, Sep 7, 1920 ff (4 parts)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1920
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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Filmed in London, England as "Das Geheimnis der gelben Narzissen" by Omnia Pictures Ltd., 1961. Director: Ákos Ráthonyi. English titles: "The Devil's Daffodil" and "Daffodil Killer" (US re-issue)
DARK EYES OF LONDON, The (novel) — variant title "The Croakers"
Serialised in Answers, Amalgamated Press, London, Apr 30-Jul 30, 1921
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1924
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in the UK by John Argyle Productions, 1940. Director: Walter Summers. US film title: "The Human Monster"
Filmed in Hamburg, Germany, as "Die toten Augen von London" by Rialto Film, 1961. Director: Alfred Vohrer. US release title: "The Dead Eyes of London"
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, as "Der Gorilla von Soho" by Rialto Film, 1968. Director: Alfred Vohrer. English titles: "Gorilla Gang" and "Ape Creature"
DAUGHTERS OF THE NIGHT, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Grand Magazine, Mar-Aug 1921
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1925
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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DAY OF UNITING, THE (novel)
The Popular Magazine, Oct 7, 1921
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
The Mystery League, Inc., New York, 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jul 1959
PGA e-book (HTML), Nov 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Nov 2013
DEBT DISCHARGED, A (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1916
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2013
Filmed as "Man Detained" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 5), 1961. Director: Robert Tronson
DESTROYING ANGEL, THE (novel) — see "The Angel of Terror"
DEVIL MAN, THE (novel) — variant titles "Sinister Street", "Silver Steel" and "The Life and Death of Charles Peace"
William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1931
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
DIAMOND MEN, THE (novel) — see "The Face in the Night"
DIANA OF KARA-KARA (novel) — see "Diana the Disturbing"
DIANA THE DISTURBING — variant titles: "Double Dan" (in UK) and "Diana of Kara-Kara" (in USA)
Serialised in The Grand Magazine, London, Vol. 45, Mar-Aug 1924
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924, as "Double Dan"
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1924, as "Diana of Kara-Kara"
Serialised in The Happy Mag, George Newnes Ltd., London, Jul 1927-Jan 1928, as "Double Dan"
Dramatised as "Double Dan"; première: The Opera House, Blackpool, England, April 24, 1927
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012, as "Double Dan"
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012, as "Double Dan"
DOOR WITH SEVEN LOCKS, THE (novel)
Serialised in All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, Sep 27-Nov 29, 1925
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in the UK by John Argyle Productions, 1940. Director: Norman Lee. US title: "Chamber of Horrors"
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, by Les Films Jacques Leitienne as "Die Tür mit den sieben Schlössern", 1962. Director Alfred Vohrer. French title: "La porte aux sept serrures"; UK title: "Front à la Scotland Yard"; US title: "The Door With the Seven Locks"
DOUBLE, THE (novel) — variant title "Sinister Halls"
Serialised as "Sinister Halls" in Detective Story Magazine, Dec 10, 1927-Jan 14, 1928 (6 parts)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
The Crime Club, Doubleday, New York, 1928
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in Germany as "Der Doppelgänger" by Ondra-Lamac-Film, 1934. Director: E.W. Emo
Filmed as "The Double" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 4, Episode 4), 1963. Director: Lionel Harris
DOUBLE DAN (novel) — see "Diana the Disturbing"
DOWN-UNDER DONOVAN (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1918
Goldmann Verlag, Leipzig, Germany, ca. 1930 as "Der Derbysieger" (The Derby Winner)
Karl Voleský, Prague, 1930, as "Krádež v expresu" (Theft in the Express)
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013
Filmed in the UK by Stoll Picture Productions, 1920. Director: Harry Lambart
DUKE IN THE SUBURBS, THE (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1909
Tuli, Helsinki, 1951, as "Herttua esikaupungissa" (The Duke of the Suburbs)
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
EVE'S ISLAND (novel) — see "Captain Tatham of Tatham Island" and "The Island of Galloping Gold"
EXTRA GIRL, THE (novel) — see "The Avenger
FACE IN THE NIGHT, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Diamond Men" and "The Ragged Princess"
John Long Ltd., London, 1924
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in the UK by I.B. Davidson Company as "The Diamond Man", 1924. Director: Arthur Rooke
Filmed in West Germany and Italy by Colt Produzioni Cinematografiche as "A doppia faccia" (an Italian-German co-production), 1969. Director: Riccardo Freda. German title: "Das Gesicht im Dunkeln"; English titles: "Double Face" and "Puzzle of Horrors"
Filmed as "The Malpas Mystery" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 1, Episode 4), 1960. Director: Sidney Hayers
FEATHERED SERPENT, THE (novel) — variant titles: "Inspector Wade" and "Inspector Wade and the Feathered Serpent"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1927
Tauchnitz-Verlag, Leipzig, 1928
Royal National Institute for the Blind, London, Braille edition, 19??
McKinley, Stone & MacKenzie, New York, 1928
Dell Publishing Co., New York, Dell Mystery No. 49, 1928
Doubleday, Doran & Co., New York, Crime Club Edition, 1928
Saalfield Publishing Co., Akron, Ohio, 1940, as "Inspector Wade and the Feathered Serpent"
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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Filmed in the USA as "The Menace" by Columbia Pictures Corporation, 1932. Director: Roy William Neill
Filmed in the UK by George Smith Productions, 1934. Director: Maclean Rogers
FELLOWSHIP OF THE FROG, THE (novel)
Braille Writers' Association of Victoria, Melbourne, 1922
A.L. Burt Company, New York, 1923
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1923
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1924, 1961
Doubleday, Doran, Garden City, N.Y., Scotland Yard Edition, 1928
Brown, Watson, London, Digit Books, 1963
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in the USA as "The Mark of the Frog" (a 10-part serial) by Pathé Exchange, 1928. Director: Arch Heath
Filmed in the UK as "The Frog" by Herbert Wilcox Productions Ltd. (Imperator Films), 1936. Director: Jack Raymond
Filmed in Denmark as "Der Frosch mit der Maske" by Rialto Film, 1959. Director: Harald Reinl. English title: "The Face of the Frog"
FLAT 2 (novel)
Serialised in The Detective Magazine, Amalgamated Press, London, Nov 24, 1922-Feb 16, 1923 (4 parts)
Universal Library Co., London, 1924, 1929
Collected in Four in One Mysteries, Garden City Publishing Co., Garden City, NY, 1924 (together with The Death Bell by Edison Marshall, The Remittance Woman by Achmed Abdullah, and The Moss Mystery by Carolyn Wells)
John Long Ltd., London, 1927
Street & Smith, New York, Best Detective Magazine series, 1930
Arrow Books, London, 1961, 1973
John Long Ltd., London, 1967
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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Filmed as "Flat 2" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 3, Episode 2), 1961. Director: Alan Cooke
FLYING FIFTY-FIVE, THE (novel)
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1922
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2013
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Filmed in the UK by Stoll Picture Productions, 1924. Director: A.E. Coleby
Filmed in the UK by Victor M. Greene Productions, 1939. Director: Reginald Denham
FLYING SQUAD, THE (novel)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Serialised in Detective Story Magazine, late 1928
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
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Filmed in the UK by the British Lion Film Corporation, 1929. Director: Arthur Maude
Filmed in the UK by the British Lion Film Corporation, 1932. Director: F.W. Kraemer
Filmed in the UK by the Associated British Picture Corporation, 1940. Director: Herbert Brenon
FORGER, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Clever One" and "The Counterfeiter"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Serialised as "The Clever One" in The World's Greatest Stories, Aug 1928 ff
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2008
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2011
Filmed as "Der Fälscher von London" by Rialto Film, Berlin, 1961. Director: Harald Reinl. English title: "The Forger of London"
FOUR JUST MEN, THE (novel, "Just Men" series)
The Tallis Press, London, 1905, 1906
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1920
New Story Magazine, Mar 1915
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1920
Grit, Feb 14 — Mar 6, 1932 (4-part serial)
Mammoth Book of Golden Age Detective Stories (anthology), Constable & Robinson, London, 1994
PGA e-book (HTML), Mar 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2012
FOUR SQUARE JANE (novelisation of a series of 9 short stories) — variant title; "The Fourth Square"
Orinally published under the pseudonym John Anstruther in The Weekly News, Dec 13, 1919-Feb 7, 1920
Story titles:
· The Theft of the Lewinstein Jewels (Dec 13, 1919)
· Jane in Custody (Dec 20, 1919)
· The Stolen Romney (Dec 27, 1919)
· The Sister of Mercy (Jan 3, 1920)
· The Murder in James Street (Jan 10, 1920
· Robbing the Royal Mail (Jan 17, 1920)
· The Actress's Emerald Necklace (Jan 24, 1920)
· The Secret of a Box of Cigars (Jan 31, 1920)
· Title not ascertained) (Feb 7, 1920)
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929 (published without story titles)
Ronso Publishing, Tokyo, Japan, as "Shukujo Kaito Jane No Bouken" (Adventures of the Lady Thief Jane), in one volume with "The Great Reward", Feb 28, 2015
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2013
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Filmed as "The Fourth Square" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 1), 1961. Director: Allan Davis
FOURTH PLAGUE, THE (novel) — variant title: "Red Hand"
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1913
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
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FOURTH SQUARE, THE (novel) — see "Four Square Jane"
FRIGHTENED LADY, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Case of the Frightened Lady," "The Mystery of the Frightened Lady" and "Criminal at Large"
Based on the 1931 play "The Case of the Frightened Lady"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1932
Serialised as "The Mystery of the Frightened Lady" in Collier's Weekly, Oct 1-Oct 15, 1932
PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2013
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For a filmography of this story, see "The Case of the Frightened Lady" in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
GALLOWS' HAND, THE (novel) — see "The Terrible People"
GAMBLING GIRL, THE (novel) — variant titles: "We Shall See!" and "The Gaol-Breaker"
The Grand Magazine, Feb and Mar 1903 (original, short version)
RGL e-book (HTML), May 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), May 2014
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926, as "We Shall See!"
Doubleday, Doran & Co., Garden City, NY, 1931, as "The Gaol- Breaker"
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013, as "We Shall See!"
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013, as "We Shall See!"
Filmed as "We Shall See!" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 5, Episode 2), 1964. Director: Quentin Lawrence
GANGSTERS CAME TO LONDON, THE (novel) — see "When the Gangs Came to London"
GAOL-BREAKER, THE (novel) — see "The Gambling Girl""
GAUNT STRANGER, THE (novel) — see also "The Ringer"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
GIRL FROM SCOTLAND YARD, THE (novel) — see "The Square Emerald"
GOLDEN HADES, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Branded Millions," "Stamped in Gold" and "The Sinister Yellow Sign"
Serialised as "The Branded Millions," in Ideas, Hulton & Company, London, Nos. 764-770, Oct 29-Dec 10, 1919
William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1929
GREAT REWARD, THE (novel)
The Washington Times, 3-part serial, Aug-Sep 1922, as "It Happened in a Night"
The Grand Magazine, London, Nov 1922
The Tasmanian Chronicle, serial, Jan 1923
The Adelaide Chronicle, serial, Jan 1923
Ronso Publishing, Tokyo, Japan, as "Sannin Shimai No Ooinaru Houshu" (Three Sisters and the Great Reward), in one volume with "Four-Square Jane", Feb 28, 2015
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
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GREEN ARCHER, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Detective Magazine, Amalgamated Press, London, Jul 20, 1923-Oct 1, 1924, 14 parts
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1923
Filmed as a 10-part serial by Pathé Exchange, 1924. Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet
Filmed as a 15-part serial, 1940. Director: James W. Horne. The titles of the episodes were:
· 01. Prison Bars Beckon
· 02. The Face at the Window
· 03. The Devil's Dictograph
· 04. Vanishing Jewels
· 05. The Fatal Spark
· 06. The Necklace of Treachery
· 07. The Secret Passage
· 08. Garr Castle Is Robbed
· 09. The Mirror of Treachery
· 10. The Dagger That Failed
· 11. The Flaming Arrow
· 12. The Devil Dogs
· 13. The Deceiving Microphone
· 14. The End of Hope
· 15. The Green Archer Exposed
Filmed in Ahrensburg, West Germany as "Der grüne Bogenschütze" by Rialto Film, 1961. Director: Jürgen Roland. English title: "The Green Archer"
GREEN PACK, THE (novel) — Robert Curtis's adaptation the homonymous play
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1933
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Filmed by British Lion Film Corporation as "The Green Pack", 1934. Director: T. Hayes Hunter
GREEN RIBBON, THE (novel)
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1929
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Filmed as "Never Back Losers" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 6), 1961. Director: Robert Tronson
GREEN RUST, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Popular Magazine, Aug 7 — Sep 20, 1919 (3 parts)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1919
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2006
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
Filmed in UK as "The Green Terror" by Société des Etablissements L. Gaumont, 1919. Director: W.P. Kellino
GREY TIMOTHY (novel) — variant title: "Pallard the Punter"
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1913
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
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Filmed in the UK as "Pallard The Punter" by Gaumont British Picture Corporation, 1919. Director: J.L.V. Leigh
GUNMAN'S BLUFF (novel) — see "The Gunner"
GUNNER, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Children of the Poor", "Gunman's Bluff" and "Solo for Sparrow"
Serialised in Home Chat, Mar 31 — May 19, 1928 (8 parts)
Serialised as "The Children of the Poor" in Detective Story Magazine, Sep 1 — Oct 6, 1928 (6 parts)
John Long Ltd., London, 1928
The New York Crime Club, 1929, as "Gunman's Bluff"
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1952, as "Gunman's Bluff"
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed as "Solo For Sparrow" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 3, Episode 7), 1962. Director: Gordon Flemyng
HAIRY ARM, THE (novel) — see "The Avenger"
HAND OF POWER, THE (novel) — subtitle: "The Proud Sons of Ragusa"; variant title: "Red Head"
John Long Ltd., London, 1927
Serialised under syndication as "Red Head" in, e.g., The Winnipeg Tribune Magazine, 1927
The Mystery League, New York, 1930
PGA e-book (HTML), Nov 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Nov 2013
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, as "Im Banne des Unheimlichen" by Rialto Film, 1968. Director: Alfred Vohrer. English titles: "The Zombie Walks" and "The Hand of Power" (US video release)
HIS DEVOTED SQUEALER (novel) — see "The Man at the Carlton"
HUNTER OF MEN, A (novel) — variant title "The Tomb of Ts'in"
Serialised under syndication in, e.g., The Aukland Star, New Zealand, Nov 7, 1914-Jan 9, 1915
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1916, as "The Tomb of Ts'in"
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014, as "The Tomb of Ts'in"
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014 as "The Tomb of Ts'in"
INDIA-RUBBER MEN, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Pool" and "The Wolves of the Waterfront"
Serialised in Pearson's Weekly, Oct 27, 1928 — May 4, 1929
Serialised as "The Wolves of the Waterfront" in New York Evening World, Apr 8 — May 4, 1929
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Crime Club, Doubleday, New York, 1930
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in the UK by Herbert Wilcox Productions Ltd. (Imperator Films) as "The Return of the Frog", 1938. Director: Maurice Elvey. US titles: "Nobody Home" and "Nobody Knows"
Filmed in Hamburg, Germany, as "Das Gasthaus an der Themse" by Rialto Film, 1962. Director: Alfred Vohrer. English title: "The Inn On The River"
INSPECTOR WADE (novel) — see "The Feathered Serpent"
INSPECTOR WADE AND THE FEATHERED SERPENT (novel) — see "The Feathered Serpent"
ISLAND OF GALLOPING GOLD, THE (novel) — variant title: "Eve's Island" and "Captain Tatham of Tatham Island"
Revised version of Captain Tatham of Tatham Island (qv)
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2014
IT HAPPENED IN A NIGHT (novel) — see "The Great Reward"
JACK O'JUDGMENT (novel)
Serialised in The Daily Express, London, Oct 7-Nov 22, 1919, starting at Chapter VII with a synopsis of the preceding chapters; Chapters I to VI were to have been published in earlier issues, but were dropped due to a newsprint shortage caused by a national railway strike.
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1920
Serialised in Boys' Favourite, Amalgamated Press, London, May 4-Jul 13, 1929
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed as "Accidental Death" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 4, Episode 8), 1963. Director: Geoffrey Nethercott
JOKER, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Colossus" and "The Park Lane Mystery"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Syndicated in the USA and Canada as "The Park Lane Mystery", 1932
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
Provided material for the TV film "Die Katze von Kensington" (The Kensington Cat) made by RTL in 1996. Director: Peter Keglevic
JUST MEN OF CORDOVA, THE (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1917
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
KATE PLUS TEN (novel)
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1919
PGA e-book (HTML), Mar 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Mar 2013
Filmed in the USA as "Wanted at Headquarters" by the Universal Film Manufacturing Company, 1920. Director: by Stuart Paton
Filmed in the UK by Richard Wainwright Productions, 1938. Director: Reginald Denham. US titles: "Queen of Crime" and "The Vanishing Train" (TV version)
Filmed in the UK as "The Trygon Factor" by Preben-Philipsen (English- German co-production), 1966. Director: Cyril Frankel. UK video title: "Factor One". German title: "Das Geheimnis der weißen Nonne"
KING BY NIGHT, A (novel)
John Long Ltd., London, 1925
Serialised in Boys' Favourite, Amalgamated Press, London, Sep 14-Nov 14, 1929
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
LADY AT THE DOOR, THE (novel) — original UK magazine title of "Terror Keep" (qv)
Serialised in The Grand Magazine, London, Oct 1926-Mar 1927
LADY OF ASCOT, THE (novel)
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1930
Hutchinson & Co., London, Cheap Edition, 1950
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
LIFE AND DEATH OF CHARLES PEACE, THE (novel) — see "The Devil Man"
LONE HOUSE, THE (novel) — see "The Lone House Mystery"
LONE HOUSE MYSTERY, THE (novel)
Serialised in Detective Story Magazine, Sep-Oct 1928
William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1929
Published in the homonymous anthology together with the stories "The Sooper Speaking," "Clues" and "Romance in It", 1929(qv)
Filmed as "Attempt to Kill" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 4), 1961. Director: Royston Morley
MAN AT THE CARLTON, THE (novel) — variant titles: "His Devoted Squealer" and "The Mystery of Mary Grier"
Serialised in The Daily Express, London, Mar 16-Apr 21, 1931
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1931
Serialised as "His Devoted Squealer" in Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine, Aug 29-Sep 26, 1931 (5 parts)
Syndicated as "The Mystery of Mary Grier", 1932
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2008
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
Filmed as "The Man at the Carlton Tower" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 2), 1961. Director: Robert Tronson
MAN FROM MOROCCO, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Black" (in the USA) and "Souls in Shadow"
Serialised in Answers, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 20, 1923-Mar 1, 1924, as "Souls in Shadow" under the pen name "Richard Cloud"
John Long Ltd., London, 1926
A.L. Burt Co., New York, no date, as "The Black"
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
MAN WHO BOUGHT LONDON, THE (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1915
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
Filmed in the UK by Windsor Productions, 1916. Director: F. Martin Thornton
Filmed as "Time to Remember" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 3, Episode 4), 1962. Director: Charles Jarrett
MAN WHO CHANGED HIS NAME, THE (novel)
Robert Curtis's novelisation of Edgar Wallace's homonymous play
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1935
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Dec 2013
For a filmography see this title in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
MAN WHO KNEW, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Popular Magazine, Jan 7, 1918 ff
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1919
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed as "Partners in Crime" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 1, Episode 6), 1961. Director: Peter Duffell
MAN WHO WAS NOBODY, THE (novel)
Serialised in Yes Or No, Feb 28, 1921 ff
Ward Lock & Co., London, Mar 27, 1927
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed as "The Man Who Was Nobody" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 1, Episode 2), 1960. Director: Montgomery Tully
MELODY OF DEATH, THE (novel)
Arrowsmith, Bristol/Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., London, 1915
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2104
Filmed in the UK by Stoll Picture Productions, 1922. Director: F. Martin Thornton
MILLION DOLLAR STORY, THE (novel) — variant title: "The Woman with the Red Hands"
The Popular Magazine, Mar 7, 1920
Serialised in The Novel Magazine, Jun-Oct(?) 1920, as "The Woman with the Red Hands"
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2014
Filmed as "The Partner" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 4, Episode 7), 1963. Director: Gerard Glaister
Filmed in Germany as "Die unheimlichen Briefe", 1998. Director: Wolfgang F. Henschel
MISSING MILLION, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Popular Magazine, Jun 20 — Aug 20 1923 (5 parts)
John Long Ltd., London, 1923
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2013
Filmed in the UK by Signet Films Ltd., 1942. Director: Philip Brandon
MOUTHPIECE, THE (novel)
Robert Curtis's novelisation of Edgar Wallace's homonymous play
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1935
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Dec 2013
MR. JUSTICE MAXELL, OR TAKE-A-CHANCE ANDERSON (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1922
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
MYSTERY OF MARY GRIER, THE (novel) — see "The Man at the Carlton"
MYSTERY OF THE FRIGHTENED LADY, THE (novel) — see "The Frightened Lady"
NINE BEARS, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Other Man" (in the USA), "The Cheaters" and "The Secret House"
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1910
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Dec 2012
Revised versions published as and "Silinski—Master Criminal" (qv)
"1925" — THE STORY OF A FATAL PEACE (novel)
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1915
PGA e-book (HTML), Nov 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Nov 2013
NORTHING TRAMP, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Tramp" and "The Road to London"
Variant version serialised as "The Road to London," The New Magazine, Sep-Nov 1926 (qv)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Nov 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Nov 2013
Filmed in UK as "Strangers On Honeymoon" by Gaumont International, 1936. Director: Albert de Courville
NUMBER SIX (novella) — variant title: "Number Six and the Borgia"
The Popular Magazine, Dec 7, 1920, as "Number Six and the Borgia"
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1927
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013
Filmed as "Number Six" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 3, Episode 2), 1962. Director: Robert Tronson
NUMBER SIX AND THE BORGIA (novella) — see "Number Six"
ON THE SPOT: VIOLENCE AND MURDER IN CHICAGO (novel)
Serialised in Street & Smith's Detective Story Magazine, May 30, 1931 ff
John Long Ltd., London, 1931
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2006
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
For a filmography see same title in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
OTHER MAN, THE (novel) — see "The Nine Bears"
PALLARD THE PUNTER (novel) — see "Grey Timothy"
PARK LANE MYSTERY, THE (novel) — see "The Joker"
PATRIA (novel)
Novelisation of the homonymous 15-part film serial
The News of the World, serial, Dec 8, 1917, ff
First book edition: Roy Glashan's Library, Nov 2015
· HTML Edition
· EPUB Edition
PENELOPE OF THE "POLYANTHA" (novel)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013
PLANETOID 127 (novel)
Serialised in Mechanical Boy, Sep 4-Oct 23, 1924
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929
Fantastic Stories of Imagination, Nov 1962
Edgar Wallace's Mystery Magazine (UK), Dec 1964
Published in the homonymous anthology together with the short story "The Sweizer Pump"
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2008
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
POOL, THE (novel) — see "The India-Rubber Men"
PRIVATE SELBY (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1912
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
PROUD SONS OF RAGUSA, THE (novel) — see "The Hand of Power"
RAGGED PRINCESS, THE (novel) — see "The Face in the Night"
RED HAND, THE (novel) — see "The Fourth Plague"
RED HEAD (novel) — see "The Hand of Power"
RINGER, THE (playscript based on "The Gaunt Stranger"; co-authored by Sir Gerald Dumaurier)
Premiered at Wyndham's Theatre, London, 1926, and scheduled for a run of 410 performances
RINGER, THE (novel based on the playscript)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Doubleday Page & Co., New York, 1926
Serialised in Answers, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 2, 1926-Jan 22, 1927
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
For a filmography of this novel, see "The Ringer" in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
RIVER OF STARS, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Star newspaper, London, Feb 4 — Mar 5, 1913
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1913
PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Sep 2013
ROAD TO LONDON, THE (novel)
The New Magazine, Sep-Nov 1926
William Kimber, London, 1986 (edited by Jack Adrian)
PGA e-book (HTML), Nov 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Nov 2013
Variant version published as "The Northing Tramp", Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
ROOM 13 (novel)
Serialised in The Daily Express, London, Mar 12-Mar 28, 1923
John Long Ltd., London, 1924
Detectives and Criminals (anthology), Bounty Books, London, 1993
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2005
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
SANCTUARY ISLAND (novel)
Robert Curtis's novelisation of the screenplay by Edgar Wallace
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1936
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Dec 2013
SCOTLAND YARD'S YANKEE DICK (novel) — see "When the Gangs Came to London"
SECRET HOUSE, THE (novel)
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1917
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1932
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
SECOND SON, THE — see "The Black Abbot"
SIGN OF THE LEOPARD, THE (novel) — see "The Squeaker"
SILINSKI: MASTER CRIMINAL (novel) — see also "The Nine Bears"
The International Fiction Library, Cleveland, Ohio, and New York, 1930
World Library Guild, New York, 1930
Avon Book Co., New York, 1942
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
SILVER KEY, THE (novel) — see "The Clue of the Silver Key"
SILVER STEEL (novel) — see "The Devil Man"
SINISTER HALLS (novel) — see "The Double"
SINISTER MAN, THE (novel)
Serialised in Answers, Amalgamated Press, London, Mar 1-Jul 5, 1924
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1924
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in Germany as "Der große Unbekannte" by Noa-Film GmbH, Berlin, 1927. Director: Manfred Noa
Filmed as "The Sinister Man" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 7), 1961. Director: Clive Donner
SINISTER STREET (novel) — see "The Devil Man"
SINISTER YELLOW SIGN, THE (novel) — see "The Golden Hades"
SINS OF THE MOTHERS (novel) — see "The Strange Countess"
SMOKY CELL (novel)
Robert Curtis's novelisation of Edgar Wallace's homonymous play (qv)
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1936
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Dec 2013
SOLO FOR SPARROW — see "The Gunner"
SOULS IN SHADOW (novel) — see "The Man From Morocco"
SQUARE EMERALD, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Woman" and "The Girl from Scotland Yard"
Serialised in The Daily Express, London, Nov 13-Dec 31, 1925, as "The Woman"
Serialised in Detective Story Magazine, May 1, 1926 ff, as "The Girl from Scotland Yard"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
SQUEAKER, THE (novel) — variant title: "The Squealer" (used in the USA) and "The Sign of the Leopard"
Serialised as "The Squealer" in The Popular Magazine Aug 7-Sep 20, 1925 (4 parts)
Serialised in The Star newspaper, London, Nov 15-Dec 29, 1926
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Dramatised as "The Sign of the Leopard" in 1929
For a filmography, see this title in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
SQUEALER, THE (novel) — see "The Squeaker"
STAMPED IN GOLD (novel) — see "The Golden Hades"
STRANGE COUNTESS, THE (novel) — variant titles: "Sins of the Mothers," "The Woman in the Shadows"
Serialised as "Sins of the Mothers" in Flynn's magazine, Feb 7, 1925 ff (5 parts)
Serialised as "The Woman in the Shadows" in The Sunday Post, Glasgow, Scotland, Mar 3-Jun 14, 1925(15 parts)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2013
Filmed in the UK by Venture Films as "The Jewel", 1933. Director: Reginald Denham
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, as "Die seltsame Gräfin" by Rialto Film, 1961. Director: Josef von Báky. English title: "The Strange Countess"
TABLE, THE (novel)
Robert Curtis's novelisation of the screenplay by Edgar Wallace
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1936
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Dec 2013
TAKE-A-CHANCE ANDERSON (novel) — see "Mr. Justice Maxell"
TERRIBLE PEOPLE, THE (novel) — variant title: "The Gallows' Hand"
Serialised in Detective Stories Magazine, Street & Smith, New York, Nov 14-Dec 19, 1925 (6 parts), as "The Gallows' Hand"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), May 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), May 2013
Filmed in the UK by Pathé Exchange, 1928. Director: Spencer Gordon Bennet
Filmed in Germany as "Die Bande des Schreckens" by Rialto Film, 1960. Director: Harald Reinl. English titles: "The Terrible People" and "Hand Of The Gallows" (US re-issue)
TERROR, THE — novelisation of the homonymous stage-play (qv)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
The Detective Story Club, William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1929
Brown, Watson, London, 1962
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013
For a filmography of this story, see the "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
TERROR KEEP (novel) — original UK magazine title "The Lady at the Door"
Serialised in The Grand Magazine, London, Oct 1926-Mar 1927, as "The Lady at the Door"
Serialised in Detective Story Magazine, Street & Smith, New York, Nov 6-Dec 11, 1926
Hodder & Stoughton, London 1927
Doubleday, Page & Co., New York, 1927, 1928
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2005
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
THIEF IN THE NIGHT, THE
Argosy All-Story Weekly, Mar 24, 1923
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1928
The Thief in the Night and Other Stories, Brown, Watson, London, Digit Books. No. R629, 1962
PGA e-book (HTML), Sep 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Sep 2013
Filmed as Five to One at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 4, Episode 9), 1963. Director: Gordon Flemyng
THOSE FOLK OF BULBORO (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1918
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
THREE JUST MEN, THE (novel)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
THREE OAK MYSTERY, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Daily Express, London, Jul 5-Aug 27, 1921
Serialised in Short Stories magazine, Nov 10, 1921 ff
Ward Lock & Co, London, 1924
PGA e-book (HTML), Oct 2013
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2013
Filmed as "Marriage of Convenience" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 1, Episode 3), 1960. Director: Clive Donner
TOMB OF T'SIN, THE (novel) — see "A Hunter of Men"
TRAITOR'S GATE, THE (novel)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
Doubleday, Page & Co., New York, 1927
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Dramatised as "The Traitor's Gate"
For a filmography, see this title in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
TRAMP, THE (novel) — see "The Northing Tramp"
TWISTER, THE (novel)
John Long Ltd., London, 1928
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
VALLEY OF GHOSTS, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Popular Magazine, Jul 20 — Sep 7, 1922 (4 parts)
Odhams Ltd., London, 1922
Small, Maynard & Co., New York, 1923
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
Filmed in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1928. Director: G.B. Samuelson
WE SHALL SEE! (novel) — see "The Gambling Girl"
WHEN THE GANGS CAME TO LONDON (novel) — variant titles: "Scotland Yard's Yankee Dick" and "The Gangsters Come to London"
Serialised in Answers, Amalgamated Press, London, as "The Gangsters Came to London", Feb 6-Apr 30, 1932
Serialised in Detective Story Magazine, Street & Smith, New York, as "Scotland Yard's Yankee Dick", Apr 16-May 14, 1932
John Long Ltd., London, 1932
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2012
Filmed in Hamburg, Germany as "Das Rätsel der roten Orchidee" by Rialto Film, 1962. Director: Helmut Ashley. English titles: "The Secret of the Red Orchid" and "The Puzzle of the Red Orchid" (USA)
WHITE FACE (novel)
Novelisation of the 1929 play "Persons Unkown" (qv)
Serialised in The Cosmopolitan, Oct 1930 — Feb 1931 (5 parts)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1930
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
For a filmography, see "Persons Unknown" in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
WOLVES OF THE WATERFRONT, THE (novel) — see "The India-Rubber Men"
WOMAN, THE (novel) — see "The Square Emerald"
WOMAN IN THE SHADOWS, THE (novel) — see "The Strange Countess"
WOMAN WITH THE RED HANDS, THE (novel) — see "The Million-Dollar Story
YELLOW SNAKE, THE (novel) — variant titles: "The Black Tenth" and "The Curse of the Yellow Snake"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Short Stories, Jun 25, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Jun 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2012
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, by Central Cinema Company Film as Der Fluch der gelben Schlange", 1963. Director: Franz Josef Gottlieb. English title: "The Curse of the Yellow Snake"

B. NOVELLAS, NOVELETTES, SHORT STORIES AND SKETCHES

THIS section contains a list of over 800 stories, sketches, novelettes and novellas attributed to Edgar Wallace, together with all dates and places of publication that could be found on the Internet.

ABDUCTOR, THE
Again the Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
ABSENT-MINDED BEGGAR'S GUESSING COMPETITION, AN — see "Missing Words: Private Clark's Competition"
ACCIDENTAL SNAPSHOT, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
ACCORDING TO FREUD
Mrs. William Jones and Bill, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
ACT OF WAR, AN
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 28, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
ACTRESS'S EMERALD NECKLACE, THE
The Weekly News, January 24, 1920
Four-Square Jane, 1929
ADJUTANT'S MADNESS, THE
1st story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
ADVENTURE ON THE CÔTE D'AZURE, AN
Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, May 16, 1914
The Man Who Killed "X", Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
ADVENTURES OF GEORGE, THE
Mrs. William Jones and Bill, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
ADVERTISING THE ARMY
3rd story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper (UK), 1904 (exact date not ascertained
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Nov 8, 1904
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
AFFAIR OF THE ALLIES' CONFERENCE, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Feb 23, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
AFFAIR OF THE LADY MISSIONARY, THE
The People of the River, 1912
AFFAIR OF MISTER, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Feb 9, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
AFFAIR OF THE STOKEHOLE, THE — variant title: "The Riddle of the Elusive Flower-Girl"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 31, Oct 1917
The Popular Magazine, Apr 20, 1918
The Illustrated Detective Magazine, Feb 1932, as "The Riddle of the Elusive Flower-Girl"
The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman, PGA/RGL Editions, Dec 2013 (qv)
AGENT OF KINGS, THE (a Gospel-Truth Mortimer story)
The Red Magazine Aug 15, 1914
Gospel-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
AGITATOR, THE — see "An Army Union—Private Smithy's View"
AGREEABLE COMPANY, THE
The Windsor Magazine, Oct 1912
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
AIR TAXI, THE — see "Tam's Air Taxi"
AKASAVAS, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, May 20, 1911
Sanders of the River, 1911
ALEXANDER AND THE LADY — variant title: "The Superspy"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jan 19, 1918
The Popular Magazine, Oct 20, 1918, as "The Superspy"
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
ALIAS SNAKIE SCHMIDT
Short Stories, Jan 1920
ALL-AFRICANS, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
AMATEUR DETECTIVE, THE
The Sunday Post, 1924 [precise date not ascertained]
Elegant Edward, 1928
AMAZING DERBY PLOT UNMASKED
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
AMAZING REVELATIONS OF RACING ROGUERY
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
AMAZING SELECTION, AN
More Educated Evans, 1926
AMBASSADORS, THE — variant title: "Bosambo's Devils"
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Dec 27, 1913, as "Bosambo's Devils"
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Nov 5, 1927
ANCHESTERS' CHRISTMAS PUDDING, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
22nd story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 8, 1909
ANGEL CHILD, THE (a racing story)
The Grand Magazine, Jan 1908
ANNIE — THE GUN (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Feb 1918
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
ANTHONY THE BOOKMAKER — variant title: "Tony Newton, Bookmaker"
The Brigand, 1927
The Thriller Sep 7, 1935, as "Tony Newton — Bookmaker"
Winning Colours, 1991, as "Tony Newton — Bookmaker"
ARACHI THE BORROWER
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Feb 8, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Aug 21, 1927
ARMS STORE, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Aug 12, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
ARMY MANNERS
4th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
ARMY PHOTOGRAPHERS: THE LANTERN-SLIDE ORDER — variant title: "The Photographer"
18th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1905 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Jun 20, 1905
· The Star, New Zealand, Jun 17, 1905
Collected as "The Photographer" in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
ARMY REFORM—OPINIONS OF PRIVATE SMITH
The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, September (?) 1906
The Colac Herald, Victoria, Australia, September 21, 1906
The Grenfell Record, NSW, Australia, October 6, 1906
ARMY UNION, AN: PRIVATE SMITHY'S VIEW — variant title: "The Agitator"
13th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1904 (exact date not ascertained
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Dec 6, 1904
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
ARREST THAT MADE THE SERGEANT LAUGH, AN (a P.-C. Lee story) — see "Tanks"
AS CHEAP AS WATER (a Gospel-Truth Mortimer story)
The Red Magazine Aug 1, 1914
Gospel-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
ASCOT ADVENTURE, AN
The People, June 15, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
AT MONS
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
ATTY PERSSE BLUFFED
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
AUTHORSHIP — see "Smithy on Authorship"
AUTUMN (article)
John O' London's Weekly, Oct 7, 1922
BAA-LAMB, THE — see "Smithy and the Baa-Lamb"
BACCARAT AT COWES — see "Policy Sleuth #3. Baccarat at Cowes"
BACK TO CIVIL LIFE — see "Employing the Soldier"
BACK TO THE ARMY
The Morning Post (date not ascertained)
This England, 1927
BALL GAME, THE — see "Bones Proposes"
BANDAGED HAND, THE (a novelette)
Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, May 15, 1909
RGL e-book (HTML), Oct 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Oct 2014
BANK THAT DID NOT FAIL, THE
The Mixer, 1927
BAPTISM OF STEVENS, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Aug 19, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
BARFORD "SNAKE", THE
The Pall Mall Magazine, May 1909
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
BARONS OF THE NIMBLE PACK, THE — variant title "Lords of the Nimble Pack"
The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 3, 1922
The Grand Magazine, Vol, 41, Mar-Aug 1922, as "Lords of the Nimble Pack"
The Steward, 1932
BATCHELORS' CLUB, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Sep 2, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
BATTLE LEVEL
Killer Kay, 1930
BEATING OF THE MIDDLE-WEIGHT, THE
Chick, 1923
BEAUTIFUL MISS McGREGGOR, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
BEAUTIFUL SPY'S AMAZING REVENGE — see "The German Iron Book"
BEFORE WITNESSES
The Story-Teller, London, Feb 1924
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
BERTIE
7th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Star, New Zealand, Jun 24, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
BEST LAID PLANS OF A MAN IN LOVE, THE
The Cosmpolitan, Mar 1927
Filmed as "Candidate For Murder" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 2, Episode 10), 1961. Director: David Villiers
BIG FOUR AND THE [LONDON-DEVON] BANK, THE — see "Policy Sleuth #7. The Big Four and the [London-Devon] Bank"
BIG FOUR SYNDICATE AND THE MAN WHO SMASHED IT, THE — variant title: "The Boss of the Big Four"
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
Filmed as "The Verdict" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 5, Episode 1), 1964. Director: David Eady
Edgar Wallace's Mystery Magazine (UK), Jan 1965, as "The Boss of the Big Four"
BIG LITTLE BROTHER
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
BILL AND THE TOPPERS — variant title: "Bill of Scotland Yard"
Clues magazine, Jun #1, 1928
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Oct 1964, as "Bill of Scotland Yard"
BILLITER BANK SMASH, THE
The Mixer, 1927
BILLIE BEST (a Tam McTavish story) — variant title: "Boy Billie Best"
Everybody's Magazine, Jan 1919
The Fighting Scouts, C.A. Pearson Ltd., London, 1919, as "Boy Billie Best"
BILL OF SCOTLAND YARD — see "Bill and the Toppers"
BIRTH OF THE SHARPSHOOTERS, THE (a Clarence Cassidy story)
The Novel Magazine, Dec 1914
Clarence—Private (anthology), Roy Glashan's Library, May 2014
BLACK EGG, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
BLACK GRIPPE, THE
The Strand Magazine, Mar 1920
The Popular Magazine Nov 7, 1920
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK) Sep 1964
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
Strange Tales from the Strand Magazine, Oxford University Press, 1991
BLACKMAIL BOOMERANG, THE — variant title: "A Blackmail that Proved a Boomerang"
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Boston Post Sunday Magazine Nov 29, 1931, as "A Blackmail that Proved a Boomerang"
The Sooper and Others, 1984
BLOOMING ALOES — see "Should a Steward Tell?"
BLUE SUIT
Cassell's, Nov 1927
Story Magazine, Mar 1929
Killer Kay, 1930
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
BOB BREWER'S BIGGEST COUP
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
BONDAGE — variant title: "Christmas Bondage"
Mrs. William Jones and Bill, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jan 1963 (as "Christmas Bondage")
BONES AND A LADY
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
BONES AND BIG BUSINESS
Bones in London, 1921
BONES AND THE BEE
Again Sanders, 1928
BONES AND THE GHOST-MEN &variant title: "The Wise Man"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 48, Sep 1925-Feb 1926
Sanders (US title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders), 1926, as "The Wise Man"
BONES AND THE GOLD-SEEKER — variant title: "The Man Who Hated Sheffield"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 48, Sep 1925-Feb 1926
Everybody's Magazine, Jan 1926, as "The Man Who Hated Sheffield"
Sanders (US title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders), 1926, as "The Man Who Hated Sheffield"
BONES AND THE QUALIFIED NURSE — variant title: "The Very Good Man"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 48, Sep 1925-Feb 1926
Everybody's Magazine, Apr 1926
Sanders, 1926, as "The Very Good Man"
BONES AND THE WHARFINGERS
Bones in London, 1921
BONES AND THE WIRELESS
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
BONES AT M'FA
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
BONES CHANGES HIS RELIGION
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
BONES HITS BACK
Bones in London, 1921
BONES FALLS IN LOVE — variant title: "The Splendid Things"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 49, Mar-Aug 1926
Again Sanders, 1928, as "The Splendid Things"
BONES PROPOSES — variant titles: "The Ball Game", "Goals of Fate" and "The Place of the Ten Leopards"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 48, Sep 1925-Feb 1926
Short Stories, Apr 10, 1926, as "Goals of Fate"
Sanders, 1926, as "The Ball Game"
Jungle Stories, Autumn 1953, as "The Place Of The Ten Leopards"
BONES, SANDERS AND ANOTHER
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
BONES THE KING-MAKER
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
BONES THE PSYCHIC
Again Sanders, 1928
BONES AND THE SAINT — variant titles: "The Saint" and "The Crocodiles' Saint"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 49, Mar-Aug 1926
Sanders (US title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders), 1926, as "The Saint"
Jungle Stories, Spring 1954, as "The Crocodiles' Saint"
Behind the Mask, #67 2004, as "The Crocodiles' Saint"
BOOKMAKER, THE — see "Smithy"
BOOK OF ADJUSTMENT, THE
The Books of Bart, 1923
BOOK OF ARRANGEMENT, THE
The Books of Bart, 1923
BOOK OF DEVELOPMENT, THE
The Books of Bart, 1923
BOOK OF ENLIGHTENMENT, THE
The Books of Bart, 1923
BOOTS — see "Smithy on Boots"
BOSAMBO OF MONROVIA
The Weekly Tale-Teller, March 19, 1910
Sanders of the River, 1911
New Story Magazine, Jul 1915
BOSAMBO'S DEVILS — see "The Ambassadors"
BOSS OF THE BIG FOUR, THE — see "The Big Four Syndicate and the Man Who Smashed It"
BOY BILLIE BEST (a Tam McTavish story) — see "Billie Best"
BRANCH LINE, THE
Bones in London, 1921
BRASS BEDSTEAD, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
BREAKING POINT, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
Filmed as "To Have and to Hold" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 4, Episode 6), 1963. Director: Herbert Wise
BRETHREN OF THE ORDER
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Apr 20, 1918
The People of the River, 1912
BRETHREN OF THE ORDER
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
BROTHERHOOD, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
BROTHER OF BOSAMBO, THE — variant title: "King of the Ochori"
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Nov 22, 1913, as "King of the Ochori"
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 1, 1927
BROTHERS (a Nobby Clark story)
17th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 3, 1909
BROTHERS, THE
21st story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
BUGLERS, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 23, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
BULFOX ASLEEP
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
BUOY THAT DID NOT LIGHT, THE — variant title "The Father Christmas Job"
The Grand Magazine, Jan 1923
The Saturday Evening Post, Jan 13, 1923
The Steward, 1932
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, January 1968, as "The Father Christmas Job"
Crime For Christmas (anthology), 1992
BURGLAR ALARM, THE
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
BURGLARY AT GOODWOOD, THE
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
BURIED TREASURE — variant title: "The Deadly Mr. Lyon"
The Brigand, 1927
The Strand Magazine, May 1930, as "The Deadly Mr. Lyon"
Clues magazine, Aug #1 1930
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jul 1959
BURSTED ELECTION, THE — variant title: "Vote For Tony Newton"
The Brigand, 1927
The Novel Magazine, Feb 1923 (as "Vote For Tony Newton")
The Thriller Dec 7, 1935
BUSINESS TRAINING, A
For Information Received, 1929
BUSINESS-WOMAN, THE
Killer Kay, 1930
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
CABINET CRISIS, A (a Clarence Clark story)
7th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 9, 1910
CALM CHAUFFEUR, THE — see "Motoring—The Calm Chauffeur"
CAMERA-MAN, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
CAPTURE OF BONES, THE — variant title: "The Sweet Singer"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 48, Sep 1925-Feb 1926
Short Stories, Feb 25, 1926
Sanders, 1926, as "The Sweet Singer"
CARETAKER IN CHARGE, THE
The Novel Magazine (UK), August 1919
The Sooper and Others, 1984
CARFEW AND THE "MARY Q"
The Windsor Magazine, May 1914
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
CARFEW 11
The Windsor Magazine, Vol. 34, Jun-Nov 1911
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
CARFEW ENTERTAINS
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
CARFEW — IMPRESSARIO
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
CARFEW IS ADVISED
The Windsor Magazine, Nov 1912
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
CARFEW PRODUCES
The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1914
The Cavalier, Apr 18, 1914
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
CARFEW, WHITTINGTON & CO., INVENTORS
The Windsor Magazine, Apr 1912
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
CASE FOR ANGEL, ESQUIRE, A — variant titles: "The Inspector Gets a Brainwave" and "The Impossible Theft"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 24, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 26, 1929, as "The Inspector Gets a Brainwave"
The Sooper and Others, 1984, as "The Impossible Theft"
CASE FOR ANGEL ESee story) — variant titles: "The Inspector Gets a Brainwave" and "The Impossible Theft"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 24, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 26, 1929, as "The Inspector Gets a Brainwave"
The Sooper and Others, 1984, as "The Impossible Theft"
CASE OF AN HEIRESS, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
CASE OF CROOK BERESFORD, THE
The Novel Magazine, Feb 1920
Pearson's Weekly, May 12, 1928
The Reporter, 1929
CASE OF DOLLY DE MULLE, THE
The Mixer, 1927
CASE OF JOE ATTYMAR, THE — see "The Crook in Crimson"
CASE OF LADY PURSEYENCE, THE
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
CASE OF LASKY, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Nov 1917
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
CASE OF MRS. ANTHONY STATMORE, THE
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
CASE OF THE HOME SECRETARY, THE — variant title: "Under Sentence of Death"
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Saint Mystery Magazine, Jun 1959, as "Under Sentence of Death"
CAT-BURGLAR, THE
The Cat-Burglar, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Terror, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
CERTAIN GAME, A
The People of the River, 1912
CHAIR OF THE N'GOMBI, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Nov 29, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 8, 1927
CHANGE (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "Mr. Sigee's Relations"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 17, 1909
A Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930, as "Mr. Sigee's Relations" (re-written without P.-C. Lee)
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
CHANGE OF IDENTITY, A
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
CHANGE OF PLAN, A
Good Evans,1927
CHEF, THE — see "The Chef: Enlistment Puzzles"
CHEF, THE: ENLISTMENT PUZZLES — variant title: "The Chef"
16th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1905 (exact date not ascertained
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Jul 25, 1905
· The Star, New Zealand, Jul 22, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905, as "The Chef"
CHICAGO HARRY MEETS HIS MATCH — see "Confidence"
CHICK
Chick, Ward Lock & Co., London, 1923
Filmed as "Chick" by British Lion Films, 1928. Director: A.V. Bramble
Filmed by British & Dominions Film Corporation, 1936. Director: Michael Hankinson
CHICK — WAITER
Chick, 1923
CHILD OF CHANCE, THE
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
CHILD OF SACRIFICE, THE — variant title: "The Wonderful Lover"
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Dec 13, 1913, as "The Wonderful Lover"
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 22, 1927
CHILDREN'S HOUR, THE — see "Fluff Willington of Berysted, Dorking"
CHOBHAM AFFAIR, THE — variant titles: "The Chopham Affair" and "A Christmas Present for His Wife"
CHOPHAM AFFAIR, THE — see "The Chobham Affair"
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1930, as "A Christmas Present for His Wife"
Physical Culture, Jan 1931, as "A Christmas Present for His Wife"
The Woman from the East, 1934, as "The Chopham Affair"
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Jan 1945
CHRISTMAS BONDAGE — see "Bondage"
CHRISTMAS CUP, THE
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1925
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
CHRISTMAS EVE AT THE CHINA DOG (a Tam McTavish story)
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
CHRISTMAS GIFT, THE — see "The Xmas Gift"
CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR HIS WIFE, A — see "The Chobham Affair"
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
Mrs. William Jones and Bill, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
CHRISTMAS PRINCESS, THE
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
CINEMA-TEACHING BY POST
The Mixer, 1927
CHUBB OF THE "SLIPPER"
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
CHUCKAJEE PLATE, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Sep 23, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
CINEMA PICTURE, A
Bones in London, 1921
McClure's Magazine, Mar 1922
CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1922
The Black Cap: New Stories of Murder and Mystery (anthology), Hutchinson & Co., London, 1927
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
A Century of Creepy Stories, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Apr 1965
CLAIRVOYANT, THE
9th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Evening Post, New Zealand, January 7, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
CLARENCE CLARK'S BUDGET (a Clarence Clark story)
10th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 2, 1910
CLARK, M.P., CABINET MINISTER (a Clarence Clark story)
6th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 2, 1910
CLARK'S POLL PRODUCER (a Clarence Clark story)
5th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 26, 1910
CLEAN SWEEPERS, THE
Sanders (US title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders), 1926
Short Stories, Mar 25 1926
Jungle Stories, Autumn 1948
CLOSE CALL AND ITS SEQUEL, A
The Mixer, 1927
CLOUD FISHERS, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Nov 1918
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
CLUE OF MONDAY'S SETTLING, THE
The Cat-Burglar, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
Fifty Masterpieces of Mystery, Odham's Press Ltd., London, 1937
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Mar 1965
CLUES
The Lone House Mystery, 1929
CODE NO. 2
The Strand Magazine, Apr 1916
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Spring 1942
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Australia), Dec 1949
The World's Greatest Spy Stories (anthology), 1958
COMPETENT JUDGE OF POETRY, A
Bones in London, 1921
COMPETITORS, THE
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
COMING OF MÜLLER, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Dec 1917
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
COMING OF SANDI, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
COMING OF THE BOLSHEVIKS, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, May 11, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
COMMONPLACE PEOPLE
The Morning Post (date not ascertained)
This England, 1927
COMPLEAT CRIMINAL, THE
The Thief in The Night, 1928
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
COMPLETE VAMPIRE, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (Australia), Aug 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Dec 1959
COMRADES
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
CONFIDENCE (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "Chicago Harry Meets His Match"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Apr 7, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 19, 1929, as "Chicago Harry Meets His Match"
CON-LACTO IS STRENGTH — variant titie: "A Man Must Eat"
Collier's Weekly, Feb 28, 1928, as "A Man Must Eat"
The Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
CONSIDER YOUR VERDICT
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
CONTEMPT (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "When the Jury Came to Blows"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 31, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 2, 1929, as "When the Jury Came to Blows"
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
CONTRIBUTION TO CHARITY, A
The Brigand, 1927
CONTROL NO. 2
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
CONVENIENT SEA, THE
Killer Kay, 1930
CONVICT OF EUROPE, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
2nd story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jul 21, 1909
CONVICT'S DAUGHTER, THE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jun 30, 1909
COOP, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
COURAGE
Chick, 1923
COURTSHIP OF SERGEANT RUN-A-MILE, THE — see "Sergeant Run-a- Mile"
CRASHED, THE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
CRIME EXPERT, THE
The Novel Magazine, Mar 1920
Pearson's Weekly, Jan 7, 1928
The Reporter, 1929
CRIME OF GAI JOI, THE
The Novel Magazine, Nov 1919
Pearson's Weekly, Apr 7, 1928
The Reporter, 1929
CRIME OF SANDERS, THE
The People of the River, 1912
CRIME SPECIALIST'S MISTAKE, THE (a P.-C. Lee story) — see "The General Practitioner"
CRIME TRUST, THE — variant title: "The Riddle of the Wistful Nurse"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 31, Sep 1917
The Popular Magazine, Apr 7, 1918
The Illustrated Detective Magazine, Jan 1932, as "The Riddle of the Wistful Nurse"
The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman, PGA/RGL Editions, Dec 2013 (qv)
CROOK IN CRIMSON, THE — variant title "The Case of Joe Attymar"
The Thriller, Mar 23, 1929
Red Aces, 1929, as "The Case of Joe Attymar"
CROCODILES' SAINT, THE — see "Bones and the Saint"
CROSS OF THE THIEF, THE
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
CROWN JEWELS, THE
The Mixer, 1927
CUP, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
7th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Aug 25, 1909
CURE, THE — variant title: "The Riddle of the Mysterious Wedding Guest"
The Grand Magazine, Nov 1917
The Popular Magazine, May 7, 1918
The Illustrated Detective Magazine, Mar 1932, as "The Riddle of the Mysterious Wedding Guest"
The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman, PGA/RGL Editions, Dec 2013 (qv)
CUSTODY OF THE CHILD, THE
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929
DANGEROUS REPTILE, THE — variant title: "The Green Mamba"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 47, Mar-Aug 1925
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925, as "The Green Mamba"
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, May 1933, as "The Green Mamba"
The Thriller, Sep 8, 1934, as "The Green Mamba"
DANCING STONES, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Aug 6, 1910
Sanders of the River, 1911
New Story Magazine, Oct 1915
DARKIE THE MAGICIAN (a Nobby Clark story)
1st story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Jul 14, 1909
DASH OF GENERAL OOSH, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
8th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Sep 1, 1909
DAY THE WORLD STOPPED, THE — variant title "The Sodium Lines"
The Lyons Mail, Dec 1923 (as "The Sodium Lines")
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
DAY WITH THE CROWN PRINCE, A
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
DAY WITH VON TIRPITZ, A (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Mar 1919
DEADLY MR. LYON, THE — see "Buried Treasure"
DEAL IN JUTE, A
Bones in London, 1921
DEAL IN RIFFS, A
The Windsor Magazine, Dec 1912
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
DEAL ON THE DERBY, A
The People, Jun 1, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
DEAR LIAR, THE
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Filmed in UK as "Dear Liar" by Stoll Picture Productions, 1925. Director: Fred LeRoy Granville
DEATH MARK, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
DEATH ROOM, THE
Cassell's Mar 1923
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
Poltergeist (anthology), 1987
DEATH WATCH, THE
The Thriller, Feb 13 1932
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
Filmed in the USA as "Before Dawn" by RKO Radio Pictures, 1933. Director: Irving Pichel
DEAUVILLE GAMBLE, A
The People, Jul 13, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
DEBATE, THE (a Clarence Clark story)
12th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 16, 1910
DÉBUT OF WILLIAM BEST, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Apr 1919
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
DECLARED TO WIN
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 49, Mar-Aug 1926
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
DEED OF GIFT, A — variant title: "Fate and Mr. Hoke"
The Grand Magazine, Sep 1924
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929, as "Fate and Mr. Hoke"
The Man Who Married His Cook, as "Fate and Mr. Hoke", 1976
DEPORTING A PRINCESS — see "Major Haynes and [the] Princess
DERBY FAVOURITE, THE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, May 26, 1909
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
DESK BREAKER, THE
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
DESTROYER, THE
Weekly Tail-Teller, Jan 8, 1910
DETECTIVE BONES
Bones in London, 1921
DEVIL DOCTOR, THE
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
DEVIL LIGHT, THE
All-Story Weekly, Jul 22, 1916
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
DEVIL MAN, THE (short story)— see "The Witch-Doctor"
DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND — see "The Seventy-Fourth Diamond"
DIANA HELPS
The Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
DISAPPEARING INVESTORS, THE — see "The Investors"
DISAPPEARING LADY, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF LADY MARY BRETLEY (a Major Haynes story) — variant title: "Getting Even with a Hun"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jul 20, 1918, as "Getting Even with a Hun"
DISCIPLINARIANS, THE
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
DISCOVERING REX — see "Sanctuary"
DISHONOR AMONG THIEVES — see "The Left Pass"
DOCTOR'S JOLLIFICATION AND ITS SEQUEL, A
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
DOGS OF WAR
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Jul 16, 1910
Sanders of the River, 1911
All Around Magazine, Jun 1916
DOUBLE BLUFF
The Sunday Post, 1924 [precise date not ascertained]
Elegant Edward, 1928
DOUBLE CRIME, THE
The Illustrated Detective Magazine, Dec 1931
DRAMATIC BUTLER, THE
The Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
DREAM, A
People, 1929
The Golden Book Magazine, Apr 1933
DREAMER, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
DR. FIFER'S PATIENT
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
DROWSY ONE, THE
Sanders of the River, 1911
DRUMS OF TREASON
Action Stories, Summer 1949
DUCHESS, THE — original title of "The Reporter" (ss, qv))
DUCHESS IN DISTRESS, THE
The Thriller, Dec 21, 1935
DUKE'S MUSEUM, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Sep 1918
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
DUO IN BLUE
Two stories originally published separately:
· Change (qv)
· The Sentimental Burglar (qv)
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine, Oct 1965
EARL OF NOWHERE: THE KING'S MESSENGER, THE
The New Magazine, Sep 1924
The Corner Magazine, Aug 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
EARL OF NOWHERE: THE HOLD-UP, THE
The New Magazine, Oct 1924
The Corner Magazine, Sep 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
EARL OF NOWHERE: THE POST-OFFICE CLERK, THE
The New Magazine, Nov 1924
The Corner Magazine, Oct 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
EARL OF NOWHERE: THE EDGWARE ROAD CRIME, THE
The New Magazine, Dec 1924
The Corner Magazine, Nov 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
EAR OF THE SANCTUARY, THE
For Information Received, 1929
EASTER-MONDAY PRINCE, THE
The People, April 20, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
ECCENTRIC MR. GABLEHEIM, THE
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
EDGWARE ROAD CRIME, THE (an Earl of Nowhere story)
The New Magazine, Dec 1924
The Corner Magazine, Nov 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
EDUCATED EVANS DECLARES TO WIN
Good Evans, 1927
EDUCATION AND COMBINATIONS
Good Evans, 1927
EDUCATION OF KING PETER, THE — variant title: "The Education of the King"
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Feb 26, 1910
McClure's Magazine, May 1910, pp 88-96
Sanders of the River, 1911, as "The Education of the King"
Novel Magazine, Feb 1912, as "The Education of the King"
EDUCATION OF THE KING, THE — see "The Education of King Peter"
ELOQUENT WOMAN, THE
The People of the River, 1912
ELUSIVE SWEIZER, THE (a Major Haynes story) — variant title: "Face to Face with the Master Spy"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jul 13, 1918, as "Face to Face with the Master Spy"
EMPLOYING THE SOLDIER — variant title: "Back to Civil Life"
20th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1905 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Aug 1, 1905
· The Star, New Zealand, Aug 5, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905, as "Back to Civil Life"
END OF MR. BASH – THE BRUTAL, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
ENGLISHMAN KONNOR, THE
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Nov 1960
ERUDITION
6th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Evening Post, New Zealand, Jul 5, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
ESCAPE OF MR. BLISS, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
ESTABLISHING CHARLES BULLIVANT
The Cat-Burglar, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
EUROPE IN THE MELTING POT
The Black Avons, 1925
EYE TO EYE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
FACE TO FACE WITH THE MASTER SPY — see "The Elusive Sweizer"
FAITH OF PRIVATE SIMPSON, THE
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1907 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Star, New Zealand, Aug 31, 1907
Collected in Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
FAKE THAT FAILED, THE
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
FAKING A 10 TO 1 WINNER
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
FALL OF SENTIMENTAL SIMPSON, THE — see "The Sentimental Crook"
FALL OF THE EMPEROR, THE — variant title: "The Fall of Tobolaka"
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Apr 19, 1913, as "The Fall of Tobolaka"
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Sep 11, 1927
FALL OF TOBOLAKA, THE — see "The Fall of the Emperor"
FAMILY AFFAIR, A (a Nobby Clark story)
10th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Sep 15, 1909
FAMILY PRIDE (a Nobby Clark story)
15th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Oct 20, 1909
FARMER, THE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
FATAL CULT, THE
The Thriller, Jan 25, 1930
FATE AND MR. HOKE — see "A Deed of Gift"
THE FATHER CHRISTMAS JOB — see "The Buoy That Did Not Light"
FEARFUL WORD, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
FETISH STICK, THE
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
FIGHT, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 7, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
FIGHTING ANCHESTERS, THE — see "Smithy and the Fighting Anchesters"
FIGHTING SNUB REILLY
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Also published together with Jack Wright's On The Forty-Yard Line in a 2-book compilation, Wolfe Publishing Co., 1932
Filmed in the UK by Stoll Picture Productions, 1924 (before book publication)
FINDINGS ARE KEEPINGS
The Thief in The Night, 1928
For Information Received, 1929
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
FIRELESS TELEGRAPHY (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Apr 14, 1909
FIRST DISPATCH, THE
Chick, 1923
FIVE FATEFUL WORDS
A challenge story in which readers were invited to supply five words that would cause the prosecution in a train-robbery trial to lose its case
Tit-Bit Novels, George Newnes Ltd, London, No. 209, 10 Jun 1915
Maclean's Magagine, Jul 15, 1929
FLUFF WILLINGTON OF BERYSTED, DORKING — variant title: "The Children's Hour"
The Wireless Magazine, Feb 1925
The Sunday News, Apr 5, 1931, as "The Children's Hour"
FLUENT ADVENTURER, THE
Adventure, Feb 1915
FOOTBALL MATCH, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 4, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
FOREST OF HAPPY DREAMS, THE — see "The Forest of Happy Thoughts"
FOREST OF HAPPY THOUGHTS, THE — variant title: "The Forest of Happy Dreams"
The Pall Mall Magazine, Nov 1909
Sanders of the River, 1911, as "The Forest of Happy Dreams"
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
FOR EVAN'S SAKE
Good Evans,1927
FOR INFORMATION RECEIVED
For Information Received, 1929
FOR JEWEY'S LAGGIN (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 10, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 15, 1928
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY
Chick, 1923
FORTUNE IN TIN, A
The Sunday Post, 1924 [precise date not ascertained]
Elegant Edward, 1928
FORTUNE OF FORGERY, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (Australia), Nov 1959
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Oct 1960
FOUR JUST MEN, THE (short story)— variant title: "The Rebus"
Detective Story Magazine, Jul 2, 1927
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929, as "The Rebus"
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932, as "The Rebus"
Mystery and Detection, Jul 1935, as "The Rebus"
FOUR MISSING MERCHANTS, THE
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
FRANK THE TRUMPETER
The Wonder Book of Soldiers for Boys and Girls, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1914
Our Soldiers and Sailors in War and Peace, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1914
Three War Stories for Children, Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
FREAK DINNER, THE
More Educated Evans, 1926
FROM WATERLOO TO THE MUTINY
The Black Avons, 1925
FRONTIER AND A CODE, A
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
FUTURE LADY SHELHOLME, THE
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The World News, Sydney, NSW, Australia, Sep 25, 1915
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
GAMBLING RAID, A
The Mixer, 1927
GENERAL PRACTITIONER, THE (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "The Crime Specialist's Mistake"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Apr 21, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 29, 1928, as "The Crime Specialist's Mistake"
GENTLEMAN FROM INDIANA, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Aug 1918
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
GERMAN IRON BOOK, THE (a Major Haynes story) — variant title: "Beautiful Spy's Amazing Revenge"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, jun 15, 1918, as "Beautiful Spy's Amazing Revenge"
GET-BACK, THE
The Saturday Evening Post, Dec 5, 1925
Cassell's Magazine, December 1925
The Sooper and Others, 1984
GETTING EVEN WITH A HUN — see "The Disappearance of Lady Mary Bretley"
GHOST OF DOWN HILL, THE
The Ghost of Down Hill & The Queen of Sheba's Belt, Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929
The Haunted House & Other Ghost Stories (anthology), Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929
Egdar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Aug 1964
The Mammoth Book of 20th Century Ghost Stories (anthology), Constable & Robinson, London, 1998
GHOST OF HEILBRON KOPJE, THE
22nd story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
21st story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Dec 1, 1909
GHOST OF JOHN HOLLING, THE — variant title: "Mystery Liner"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 45, Mar-Aug, 1924
The Saturday Evening Post, Mar 8, 1924
The Steward, 1932
Crime Movies (anthology), 1996, as "Mystery Liner"
The Mammoth Book of Armchair Detectives and Screen Crimes (anthology), 1998
Filmed as "Mystery Liner" by Monogram Pictures, 1934. Director: William Nigh
GHOST OF NAPOLEON, THE (a Clarence Cassidy story)
The Novel Magazine, Apr 1915
Clarence—Private (anthology), Roy Glashan's Library, May 2014
GHOST OF THE BROOK, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 2, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
GHOST WALKER, THE
Munsey’s Magazine, May 1928
Again Sanders, 1928
Munsey's, Mar 1928
GIFT HORSE, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
GIRL FROM GIBRALTAR, THE
The Mixer, 1927
GIRL FROM THE ETHER, THE
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
GIRL HE KISSED, THE — variant title: "The Vamp and the Librarian"
The Grand Magazine, Feb 1923
Killer Kay, 1930, as "The Vamp and the Librarian"
GIRL IN THE NIGHT CLUB RAID, THE
The People, April 13, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
GIRL WHO WON AT EPSOM, THE
The People, London, Apr 27, 1924
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
GOALS OF FATE — see "Bone Proposes"
GOING OF HEINE, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, May 18, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
GOLDEN BAIT, THE
The Thriller, Sep 14, 1935
GOLD MINE, THE (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "The Man Who Shot the Favourite"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, May 5, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 9, 1929, as "The Man Who Shot the Favourite"
GOOD-BYE
The Cape Illustrated Magazine, Cape Town, South Africa, June 1, 1898
GOOD GALLOP, A
More Educated Evans, 1926
GOODS, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
GOODWOOD GUEST, A
The People, July 6, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
GOSPEL-TRUTH MORTIMER 1. HIS START IN LIFE
The Red Magazine, Jul 1, 1914
Gospel-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
GOSPEL-TRUTH MORTIMER 2. THE SIX BLUE RINGS
The Red Magazine, Jul 15, 1914
Gospe-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
GOSPEL-TRUTH MORTIMER 3. AS CHEAP AS WATER
The Red Magazine Aug 1, 1914
Gospel-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
GOSPEL-TRUTH MORTIMER 4. THE AGENT OF KINGS
The Red Magazine Aug 15, 1914
Gospel-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
GOVERNOR OF CHI-FOO, THE
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
GOV'NOR'S* ORDERS — variant title: "The Guv'nor"
The Thriller, Feb 8, 1930
The Guv'nor and Other Stories (US title: Mr. Reeder Returns), 1932, as "The Guv'nor"
* This spelling was used in The Thriller
GRAFT, THE
The Brigand, 1927
GREAT GENEVA SWEEPSTAKE, THE
The Mixer, 1927
GREAT PEACE PLOT, THE (a Major Haynes story) — variant title: "Unmasking a Peace Plot"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Mar 16, 1918, as "Unmasking a Peace Plot"
The Popular Magazine, Feb 20, 1919
GREAT SHAM, THE
Everybody's Magazine, Aug 1926
GREEK POROPULOS, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Nov 19, 1910
The Thief in The Night, 1928
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Mystery Companion (anthology), 1941
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
Filmed in Hollywood as "Born to Gamble" by Liberty Pictures Corporation, 1935. Director: Phil Rosen
GREEN CROCODILE, THE
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
GREEN MAMBA, THE — see "The Dangerous Reptile"
GREY BIRD THAT MOANED, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
GREY ENVELOPE, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Mar 16, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
GUEST OF THE MINNOWS, THE
The Brigand, 1927
The Sooper and Others, 1984
GUNS IN THE AKASAVA
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Nov 19, 1927
GUV'NOR, THE — see "Gov'nor's Orders
GUV'NOR'S ORDERS — see "Gov'nor's Orders
GUY FROM MEMPHIS, THE
Pall Mall Magazine, May 1928
The Orator, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Topical Times, May 18, 1929
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Sep 1965
HALLEY'S COMET, THE COWBOY AND LORD DORRINGTON
The Weekly Tale-Teller, May 21, 1910
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
HAMILTON OF THE HOUSSAS
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
HAPPY TRAVELLERS, THE
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1959
HARROGATE ATTACHMENT, A
The People, July 20, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
THE HAUNTED ROOM
Edgar Wallace's Mystery Magazine (UK), Jan 1965
HEALER, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
HENRY HAMILTON BONES
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
HEPPLEWORTH PEARLS, THE — variant title: "Mutation in Pearls"
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Jul 1965, as "Mutation in Pearls"
HER BIRTHDAY — variant title: "Two Rogues and a Girl"
The Novel Magazine, Jul 1914
Pearson's Weekly, Jul 21, 1928, as "Two Rogues and a Girl"
HEROES, THE — see "Smithy's Band of Heroes"
HEROICS OF PRIVATE PARKER, THE
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
HIDDEN TREASURE
Bones in London, 1921
HIS FATHER'S DAUGHTER
The Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
HIS GAME
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
HIS START IN LIFE (a Gospel-Truth Mortimer story)
The Red Magazine, Jul 1, 1914
Gospel-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
HOGMANAY — see "Smithy on Hogmanay"
HOLD-UP, THE (an Earl of Nowhere story)
The New Magazine, Oct 1924
The Corner Magazine, Sep 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
"HOME RULE" (a Clarence Clark story)
8th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 16, 1910
HONOUR
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 30, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
HOODED KING, THE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
HOOKY PATTERSON DIES ONCE
Companions of the Ace High, PGA/RGL editions, Oct 2013 (qv)
The Post Sunday Special, Dec 23, 1918
The Popular Magazine, May 7, 1919
The Buffalo Sunday Courier, Oct 26, 1919
The Boston Sunday Globe, Dec 7, 1919
HOOKY WHO PLAYED WITH GERMANS
Companions of the Ace High, PGA/RGL editions, Oct 2013 (qv)
The Post Sunday Special, Dec 16, 1918
The Popular Magazine, Apr 20, 1919
The Buffalo Sunday Courier, Oct 19, 1919
The Boston Sunday Globe, Nov 30, 1919
HOPPER, THE
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
HORSE OF THE SAME COLOUR, A
More Educated Evans, 1926
HORSES DIZZY WITH DOPE
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
HOUSEBOAT AT HENLEY, A
The People, June 29, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
HOUSE OF THE CANDLES, THE
The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 10, 1925
The Story-Teller, London, Nov 1925
The Sooper and Others, 1984
HOUSE OF THE CHOSEN, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
HOW A CROOK SPOOFED ANOTHER
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
HOW A FAMOUS MASTER CRIMINAL WAS TRAPPED
The Mixer, 1927
HOW HE LOST HIS MOUSTACHE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 24, 1909
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
HOW I FOOLED WOOTTON
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
HOW MANIE CAME TO LONDON
Newnes Illustrated, ??? 1915?
HOW THEY FARED IN THE TIMES OF THE TUDORS
The Black Avons, 1925
HOW THE KENTS WON THEIR NICKNAME (a Nobby Clark story)
4th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Aug 4, 1909
HOW WE TRICKED DONOGHUE
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
HYPNOTIST, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
20th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Nov 24, 1909
IDLE RICH, THE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
IMPOSSIBLE PEOPLE, THE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
IMPOSSIBLE THEFT, THE (an Angel, Esquire, and P.-C. Lee story) — see "A Case for Angel, Esquire"
INCUBATOR, THE
1st story in the series "The Return of Smithy"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London , Mar 30, 1910
INDIAN MAGIC
The Grand Magazine, Sep 1922
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Thriller, Sep 15, 1934
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
INFANT SAMUEL, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Jun 1919
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
INHERITOR, THE
The Strand Magazine, Feb 1930
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
INSPECTOR GETS A BRAINWAVE, THE (an Angel, Esquire, and P.-C. Lee story) — see "A Case for Angel, Esquire"
INTERPRETER, THE — see "Nobby the Interpreter"
IN THE MANNER OF LIPSTICK
Again Sanders, 1928
Everybody's Magazine, Mar 1929
IN THE PUBLIC EYE
Chick, 1923
IN THRALL
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
INVENTION CRAZE, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 18, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
INVESTORS, THE — variant titles: "The Disappearing Investors" and "They Walked Away"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 47, Mar-Aug 1925
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Jul 1933
The Thriller, Sep 22, 1934
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Aug 1956, as "The Disappearing Investors"
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Aug 1966, as "They Walked Away"
JAKE'S BROTHER BILL
The Royal Magazine, Apr 1922
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
JAM FOR THE ENEMY
5th story in the 6-part Nobby series published by The Royal Magazine, 1915
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, May 1915
JANE IN CUSTODY
The Weekly News, December 20, 1919
Four-Square Jane, 1929
JERMYN CREDIT BANK, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Mar 30, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
JEWEL, THE
For Information Received, 1929
JEWEL-BOX, THE
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
JIMMY AND THE DOUGHNUT
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
JIMMY'S BROTHER
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
JIMMY'S SPEED TEST — see "The Speed Test"
JOKE OF A LIFETIME, THE — see "The Joker"
JOKER, THE (short story) — variant title: "The Joke of a Lifetime"
The Novel Magazine, Mar 1923
The Brigand, 1927
The Thriller, Dec 14, 1935, as "The Joke of a Lifetime"
JOO-JITSU: TOMMY ATKINS' VIEW — variant title: "Ju-Jitsu"
11th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1905 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Jun 27, 1905
Collected as "Ju-Jitsu" in Smithy, The Tall
JOURNALIST, THE
17th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
JOURNALIST, THE
More Educated Evans, 1926
JOURNEY'S END, THE — variant title: "Kid-Glove Harry"
The Grand Magazine, Dec 1920
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929, as "Kid-Glove Harry"
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929, as "Kid-Glove Harry"
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943, as "Kid-Glove Harry"
JOY SEEKERS, THE
Sanders (US title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders), 1926
JUDGE OF HORSES, A
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
JUDGE OF RACING, A
More Educated Evans, 1926
JU-JITSU — see "Joo-Jitsu"
JUNIOR REPORTER
Weekly Tale-Teller, May 29, 1909
KATO
The Brigand, 1927
KEEPERS OF THE STONE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, April 23, 1910
Sanders of the River, 1911
New Story Magazine, Jun 1915
KEEPERS OF THE TREASURE, THE
Again Sanders, 1928
Everybody's Magazine, Feb 1929
KENNEDY THE CON MAN
The Thriller, Feb 23, 1929
Red Aces, 1929
Clues magazine, Nov #2 1929
Star Novels Magazine, Autumn 1932
KI-CHU, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Dec 6, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 15, 1927
KID-GLOVE HARRY — see "The Journey's End"
KIDNAPPED TYPIST, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
KIDNAPPING OF MR. EVANS, THE
Good Evans,1927
KILLER KAY
Killer Kay, 1930
KILLING OF OLANDI, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, May 31, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Sep 18. 1927
KINDERGARTEN, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Dec 1918
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
KING ANDREAS
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
KING AND THE EDITOR, THE
Mrs. William Jones and Bill, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
KING FROM THE SOUTH, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
KING KONG (co-author: Draycott M. Dell)
King Kong, novelisation by Delos W. Lovelace, Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1932
Cinema Weekly, Oct 28, 1933
King Kong, novelisation by Delos W. Lovelace, Grosset & Corgi Books, 1966
Movie Monsters (anthology), 1988
KING OF THE OCHORI — see "Brother of Bosambo"
KING'S BRAHM, THE
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
KING'S MESSENGER, THE (an Earl of Nowhere story)
The New Magazine, Sep 1924
The Corner Magazine, Aug 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
KING'S SCEPTRE, THE
Again Sanders, 1928
KNIGHT WHO COULD NOT KNEEL, THE
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
The World's News, Sydney, NSW, Australia, Mar 24, 1917
The Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
KNOW-HOW, THE
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
THE KURT OF HONOR
The Post Sunday Special, Dec 8, 1918
The Popular Magazine, Apr 7, 1919
The Buffalo Sunday Courier, Oct 12, 1919
The Boston Sunday Globe, Nov 23, 1919
Companions of the Ace High, PGA/RGL editions, Oct 2013 (qv)
LADY CALLED NITA, THE
The Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
LADY FROM BRAZIL, THE
20 Story Magazine, Oct 1927
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
LADY IN GREY, THE
The Brigand, 1927
LADY OF LITTLE HELL, THE
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929
LADY WATCH DOG, THE
More Educated Evans, 1926
LADY CHANGED HER MIND, THE — see "The Old Lady Who Changed Her Mind"
LAKE OF THE DEVIL, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
LAMP THAT NEVER WENT OUT, THE
Bones in London, 1921
McClure's, Apr 1922
LAST ADVENTURE, THE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jul 7, 1909
LAST ADVENTURE, THE
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
LAST COUP OF ALL, THE
Good Evans,1927
LAST LOAD, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Jul 1918
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
LAST PHRASE, THE (a Clarence Clark story)
13th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 23, 1910
LAST THROW OF CROOK BERESFORD, THE
The Novel Magazine, Apr 1920
Pearson's Weekly, May 26, 1928
The Reporter, 1929
LAWBREAKER AND FRIGHTFULNESS, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Mar 1918
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
LEANING TO LEARN
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
LEAN YEARS, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
3rd story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Jul 28, 1909
LEFT PASS, THE
The Pall Mall Magazine, Dec 1928
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Sep 1954 as "Dishonor Among Thieves"
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK) April 1955 as "Dishonour Among Thieves"
LEGENDEER, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
LESSON IN DIPLOMACY, A
Chick, 1923
LETHBRIDGE ABDUCTION, THE (a York Simon story)
The Novel Magazine, Dec 1919
Pearson's Weekly, Apr 14, 1928
The Reporter, 1929
LETTER-WRITER, THE — see "Nobby Takes to Letter-Writing
LIEUTENANT BONES, R.N.
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
LIBELLER, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
6th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Aug 18, 1909
LIEUTENANT X
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
LIMP OF THE CLAN CHEN, THE
The Royal Magazine, Aug 1921
Everybody's Magazine, Oct 1921
The Thriller, Feb 23, 1935
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
LINCHELA REBELLION, THE
Weekly Tail-Teller, Oct 9, 1909
LITTLE BARONESS, THE
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 49, Mar-Aug 1926
Collier's Weekly, Sep 11, 1926
The Steward, 1932
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), May 1964
LITTLE DRAGON OF JADE, THE
The Saturday Evening Post, May 16, 1925
The Story-Teller, London, Sep 1925
The Sooper and Others, 1984
LITTLE GREEN MAN, THE
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
LITTLE PEOPLE, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
LONELY ONE, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Oct 14, 1911
Sanders of the River, 1911
All-Round Magazine, Apr 1916
LOOKER AND THE LEAPER, THE
The Thief in The Night, 1928
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
LORD EXENHAM CREATES A SENSATION
The Grand Magazine, Feb 1918
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
LORDS OF THE NIMBLE PACK— see "The Barons of the Nimble Pack"
LOSING OF ORLANDO, THE (a Clarence Cassidy story)
The Novel Magazine, Mar 1915
Clarence—Private (anthology), Roy Glashan's Library, May 2014
LOST N'BOSINI, THE
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
LOVE AFFAIR OF NOSEY (NOBBY?), THE (a Nobby Clark story)
11th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Sep 22, 1909
LOVELY MISS HARRYMORE, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Feb 2, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
LOVE OF DEVIL HAMPTON, THE
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
The World's New, Sydney, NSW, Australia, Jan 29, 1916
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
LOVER OF DOGS, A
Bones of the River, 1923
LOVER OF SANDERS, THE — variant title: "Sanders Meets Love"
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
The Golden Book Magazine, Jul 1930 (as "Sanders Meets Love")
LOVES OF M'LINO, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Apr 22, 1911
Sanders of the River, 1911
LOVING HEART AND THE MAN WITH THE CHARMED LIFE
Companions of the Ace High, PGA/RGL editions, Oct 2013 (qv)
The Post Sunday Special, Dec 1, 1918
The Popular Magazine, Mar 20, 1919
The Buffalo Sunday Courier, Oct 5, 1919
The Boston Sunday Globe, Nov 16, 1919
LUCKY DIP, THE
Mentioned in correspondence about royalties and publication rights between Edgar Wallace's agents and the Frank A. Munsey Co., New York. No record of publication found.
MACK PUMP, THE
The Sunday Post, 1924 [precise date not ascertained]
Elegant Edward, 1928
MADNESS OF VALENTINE, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
MAGIC OF FEAR, THE
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 49, Mar-Aug 1926
Sanders (US title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders, 1926
Everybody's Magazine, Dec 1925
Jungle Stories, Spring 1948
The Saint Detective Magazine (US), Oct/Nov 1953
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Nov 1954
MAGNIFICENT ENSIGN SMITH, THE
The Strand Magazine, May 1919
MAJOR HAYNES AND [THE] PRINCESS (a Major Haynes story; original MS title) — variant title: "Deporting a Princess"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, May 25, 1918
MAKER OF SPEARS, A
The People of the River, 1912
MAKER OF STORMS, THE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
MAKER OF WARS, A
Adventure, Oct 1914
MAKER OF WINNERS, THE
More Educated Evans, 1926
MAN BEHIND THE CIRCUS, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Apr 1918
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
MAN BEHIND THE OPERA, THE
The People, May 11, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
MAN CALLED McGINNICE, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Oct 1918
MAN FROM "DOWN UNDER", THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
MAN FROM SING-SING, THE — see "The Man Who Passed"
MAN FROM THE EAST, THE — variant title: "Sheer Melodrama"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 47, Mar-Aug 1925
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925, as "Sheer Melodrama"
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Apr 1933, as "Sheer Melodrama"
The Thriller, Aug 18, 1934, as "Sheer Melodrama"
MAN FROM THE STARS, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Feb 16, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
MAN FROM TOULOUSE, THE
Chick, 1923
MAN HUNT, THE (a round-robin story)
The Throne, Nov 17, 1906
Edgar Wallace wrote the second installment of this story. The authors of the other installments could not be ascertained.
MAN IN THE DITCH, THE
A 78-rpm recording of Edgar Wallace, Columbia Records, London, 1928
MAN IN THE GOLF HUT, THE
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
MAN MUST EAT, A — see "Con-Lacto Is Strength"
THE MAN NEXT DOOR, THE
The Pall Mall Magazine, Feb 1928
Topical Times, Apr 20, 1929
The Orator, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Sep 1942
MAN NOBODY LOVED, THE
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
MAN OF FEAR, THE
Everybody's Magazine, Dec 1925
MAN OF HIS WORD, A — variant title "The Trimming of Sam"
The Happy Mag, George Newnes Ltd, London, May 1923
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
MAN OF NOTE, A (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 2, 1909
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
MAN OF THE NIGHT, THE — see "The Stranger of the Night"
MAN ON THE SPOT, THE
The People of the River, 1912
MAN WHO COULD NOT SPEAK, THE
The Novel Magazine, Aug 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
The Thriller, Mar 30, 1935
MAN WHO COULDN'T SPEAK THE TRUTH, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
24th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Dec 22, 1909
MAN WHO DID NOT SLEEP, THE
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
MAN WHO DIED TWICE, THE
The Strand Magazine, Aug 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Apr 1965
The Sooper and Others, 1984
MAN WHO DWELT ON A HILL, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jan 26, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
MAN WHO HATED AMELIA JONES, THE
The Strand Magazine, Sep 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Mar 1963
The Sooper and Others, 1984
MAN WHO HATED EARTHWORMS, THE
The Strand Magazine, Jul 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
MAN WHO HATED SHEFFIELD, THE — see "Bones and the Gold- Seeker"
MAN WHO KILLED HIMSELF, THE
The Royal Magazine, Feb 1920
The Popular Magazine, Apr 20 & May 7, 1920
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
MAN WHO KILLED "X", THE
Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, Apr 18, 1914
The Man Who Killed "X", Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
MAN WHO LIVED AT CLAPHAM, THE
The Strand Magazine, May 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
MAN WHO LOVED MUSIC, THE
The Novel Magazine, Sep 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
The Thriller, Mar 16, 1935
MAN WHO MARRIED HIS COOK, THE
The Lady Called Nita, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
MAN WHO NEVER LOST, THE
Town Topics, Dec 27, 1919
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
The Thriller, Aug 25, 1934
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Jun 1965
MAN WHO PASSED, THE — variant title: "The Man from Sing-Sing"
The Thriller, Feb 7, 1931, as "The Man from Sing-Sing"
The Guv'nor and Other Stories (US title: Mr. Reeder Returns), 1932
MAN WHO SANG IN CHURCH, THE
20 Story Magazine, Sep 1927
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (Australia), Sep 1950
The Saint Detective Magazine (Australia), Dec 1958
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Feb 1959
MAN WHO SHELLED OPEN BOATS, THE
The Post Sunday Special, Dec 30, 1918
The Popular Magazine, May 20, 1919
The Buffalo Sunday Courier, Nov 2, 1919
The Boston Sunday Globe, Dec 14, 1919
Companions of the Ace High, PGA/RGL editions, Oct 2013 (qv)
MAN WHO SHOT THE "FAVOURITE", THE (a P.-C. Lee story) — see "The Gold Mine"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 9, 1929
Classic Lines: More Great Racing Stories (anthology), 1991
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
The New Treasury of Great Racing Stories, W. W. Norton & Co., New York, 1992
MAN WHO WAS ACQUITTED, THE
The Thriller, Jul 6, 1935
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
MAN WHO WAS HAPPY, THE
The Strand Magazine, Oct 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
Mystery Stories, #7 1937
MAN WHO WAS PLUCKED, THE
The Thriller, Apr 27, 1935
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
MAN WITH THE CANINE TEETH, THE
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1921
The Law of the Four Just Men (US title: Again The Three Just Men), 1921
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Oct 1963
The Sooper and Others, 1984
MAN WITH THE BEARD, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
MAN WITH THE RED BEARD, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Aug 1933
The Sooper and Others, 1984
MARKED CHEQUE, THE
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
"MARSHY"
Possibly the same as "Marshy—Detective"
The Flag, a Daily Mail book, 1908
MARSHY—DETECTIVE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 25, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
MASS MEETING, THE (a Clarence Clark story)
2nd story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 5, 1910
MATTER OF BUSINESS, A
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
MATTER OF NERVE, A — variant title: "The Nerve of Tony Newton"
The Brigand, 1927
The Thriller, Jul 20, 1935 (as "The Nerve of Tony Newton")
MEDIAEVAL MIND, THE
The Strand Magazine, Dec 1921
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
The Thriller, Sep 1, 1934
MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
MEDICINE MAN, THE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
MEMOIRS OF THE SIGEE FAMILY
Tit-Bit Novels, George Newnes Ltd, London, No. 209, 10 Jun 1915
MERCENARIES, THE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
M'GALA THE ACCURST — variant title "M'Gala the Accursed"
Again Sanders, 1928
Adventure, Aug 15, 1929
MICKEY THE SHOPPER
Educated Evans, 1924
MILITARY ANARCHIST, THE
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
MILITARY MOTORING
2nd story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Dec 6, 1904
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
MILLIONAIRE'S SECRET, THE
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
MISER, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 14, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
MISS BROWN'S £7,000 WINDFALL
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
MISSING ROMNEY, THE
Weekly News, Dec 27, 1919
Four-Square Jane, 1929
The Art of the Impossible (anthology), Xanadu Publishing, 1990
Murder Impossible (anthology) , Carroll & Graf, New York, 1990 as "The Stolen Romney"
MISSING WORDS: PRIVATE CLARK'S COMPETITION — "An Absent-Minded Beggar's Guessing Competition"
14th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1905 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Australia, May 13, 1905, as "An Absent-Minded Beggar's Guessing Competition"
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Jun 13, 1905
· The Richmond River Express and Casino Kyogle Advertiser, NSW, Australia, Jun 16, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905, as "Missing Words"
MISSIONARY, THE
The People of the River, 1912
MISSING HOHENZOLLERN, THE (a Major Haynes Story)
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jun 1, 1918
The Popular Magazine, Dec 20, 1918
MISS PRENTISS TELLS A LIE
For Information Received, 1929
MISTAKE AND WHAT IT LED TO, A — see "The Talkative Burglar"
MIXING IT
More Educated Evans, 1926
MODERN GIRL, THE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
MONKEY AND THE BOX, THE
The Sooper and Others, 1984
The Story-Teller, London, Mar 1908, as "The Yellow Box"
MORE-OR-LESS CRIME, THE
The Sooper and Others, 1984
MOTHER O' MINE
The Royal Magazine, Mar 1920
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
MOULDY THE SCRIVENER (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, May 12, 1909
MR. COLLINGREY, M.P. — PACIFIST
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Mar 23, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
The Oxford Book of Spy Stories (anthology), 1996
MR. EVANS DOES A BIT OF GAS WORK
Good Evans,1927
MR. EVANS HAS A WELL-SCREWED HEAD
Good Evans,1927
MR. EVANS PULLS OFF A REAL COUP
Good Evans,1927
MR. HOMASTER'S DAUGHTER
Educated Evans, 1924
The Evening News, Dec 7, 1932
MR. JIGGS MAKES GOOD
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
MR. KIRZ BUYS A £5 SPECIAL
Educated Evans, 1924
MR. LEVINGRON'S DAUGHTER
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
MR. LIMMERBURG'S WATERLOO
The Mixer, 1927
MR. MACMILLAN SHARES HIS POSSESSIONS
The Sunday Post, 1924 [precise date not ascertained]
Elegant Edward, 1928
MR. SIGEE'S RELATIONS (a P.-C. Lee story) — see "Change"
MR. SIMMONS' PROFESSION (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 27, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 8, 1928
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
MRS. FLINDIN'S LODGER (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, May 19, 1909
MR. SMITH'S TRADE
People's Ideal Fiction Magazine, Jan 1910
MR. SPARKES, THE DETECTIVE
The Mixer, 1927
MRS. WILLIAM JONES AND BILL
Mrs. William Jones and Bill, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
"MUG" WHO WENT TO JAIL, THE
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
MURDER AT THE "PORT HELM", THE
Penny Illustrated Paper, Dec 17-24, 1910 (2 parts)
Tales of Murder (anthology), Oxford University Press, 1998
MURDER IN JAMES STREET, THE
The Weekly News, January 10, 1920
Four-Square Jane, 1929
MURDERER OF MANY NAMES, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
MURDERERS, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Mar 9, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
MURDER OF BENNETT SANDMAN, THE
The Novel Magazine, Sep 1919
Pearson's Weekly, Feb 11, 1928
The Reporter, 1929
MURDER ON THE ROCKS
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (US), Mar 1966
MUSHERS AND RIDERS
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
MUSICAL TIP, THE
Good Evans,1927
MY CONFESSIONS OF TURF SWINDLES
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
MY MOST IMPRUDENT SWINDLE
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
MY £6000 SWINDLE
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
MYSTERIOUS MRS. DA SILVA, THE — see "The Question of Hora da Silva"
MYSTERY LINER — see "The Ghost of John Holling"
MYSTERY OF MR. DRAKE, THE
20 Story Magazine, Dec 1927
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
MYSTERY OF THE BISHOP'S CHAIR, THE
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
NANNY
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
NEGATIVE, THE
Detective Fiction Weekly, Feb 23, 1929
NERVE OF TONY NEWTON, THE — see "A Matter of Nerve"
NEW OFFICER, THE
12th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Nov 1, 1904
· The Evening Post, New Zealand, Oct 15, 1904
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
NEW RULES, THE — see "Nobby's New Rules"
NICE GEL, A
Bones of the River, 1923
NICE-MINDED GIRL, THE
Good Evans,1927
NIG-NOG!
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
NINE TERRIBLE MEN
The People of the River, 1912
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Aug 24, 1912
The American Magazine, Nov 1912
99, SOMETHING CRESCENT
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
NOBBY AND THE LAMB
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
NOBBY AND HIS LETTERS — see "Nobby Takes to Letter-Writing"
NOBBY AND THE MISSING ZEP'LINK
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
NOBBY AND THE TRANSFER TRICK
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 22, 1908
NOBBY IN ROMANTIC VEIN
4th story in the 6-part Nobby series published by The Royal Magazine, 1915
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, Apr 1915
Collected in Smithy and the Hun, 1915
NOBBY, LIMITED
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 21, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
NOBBYNATION (a Clarence Clark story)
1st story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 29, 1909
NOBBY ON GETTING COMMISSIONS
6th story in the 6-part Nobby series published by The Royal Magazine, 1915
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, Jun 1915
NOBBY ON RECRUITING
Collected in Smithy and the Hun, 1915
NOBBY PROVES A WILL — see "Private Clark's Will"
NOBBY'S BEST GIRL — see "Smithy's Best Girl"
NOBBY'S DOUBLE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 28, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
NOBBY'S LOVE STORY — see "Smithy's Love Story"
NOBBY'S NEW RULES — variant title "The New Rules"
15th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Evening Post, New Zealand, Jul 22, 1905
Collected as "The New Rules" in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
NOBBY'S PART
8th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Evening Post, New Zealand, Jul 8, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
NOBBY THE INTERPRETER — variant title: "The Interpreter"
1st story in the 6-part Nobby series published by The Royal Magazine, 1915
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, Jan 1915
Collected as "The Interpreter" in Smithy and the Hun, 1915
NOBBY'S THOUGHT-READING FAKE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 7, 1908
NOBBY TAKES TO LETTER-WRITING — variant titles: "The Letter-Writer" and "Nobby and His Letters"
3rd story in the 6-part Nobby series published by The Royal Magazine, 1915
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, Mar 1915
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Wanganui Chronicle, New Zealand, Feb 25, 1918, as "Nobby and His Letters"
Collected as "The Letter-Writer" in Smithy and the Hun, 1915
NORTHERN MEN, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
NUMBER 2 MAGAZINE
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
OBLIGING COBBLER, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
OILFIELD, THE
Chick, 1923
OLD AND THE BOLD, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
5th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Aug 11, 1909
OLD LADY WHO CHANGED HER MIND, THE — variant title: "The Lady Changed Her Mind"
Pall Mall Magazine, Sep 1927
The Orator, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Clues, #1, ´May 1928, as "The Lady Changed Her Mind"
Topical Times, Mar 30, 1929
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Jun 1946
OLYMPIC INTERLUDE, AN
The People, June 22, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
ON ADVERTISING — see "Smithy on Advertising"
ON AUTHORSHIP — see "Smithy on Authorship"
"ONE OF THE BOYS" (a Nobby Clark story)
19th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Nov 17, 1909
ONE AND SEVENPENCE HA'PENNY
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
ONE BLOW FOR RUSSIA
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Port Pirie Recorder, South Australia, Apr 1, 1905
ONE NIGHT IN SOMERSET
Britannia and Eve, Jul 1929
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
ONE, WILLIAM SMITH
Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, May 2, 1914
The Man Who Killed "X", Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
ON FINANCE — see "Smithy on Finance"
ON GETTING AN INTRODUCTION
The Brigand, 1927
ON HOGMANAY — see "Smithy on Hogmanay"
ON HUMOUR — see "Smithy on Humour"
ON MEANING WELL
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
ON PROMOTION — see "Smithy on Promotion"
ON SYSTEMS (a Nobby Clark story)
13th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Oct 6, 1909
ON THE GERMAN FLEET
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
ON THE LAWYER IN WAR
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
ON THE WITNEY ROAD
Yes or No, Vol. 61, Dec 1924-May 1925
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
ON W.O. GENIUS
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
ORIGINAL MRS. BLANEY, THE
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
OTHER LUBESES, THE
Good Evans,1927
OUR BURGLARS
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
OUTWITTING OF PONY NELSON, THE
The Mixer, 1927
OVERDUE
The Steward, 1932
PACIFIST, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
PAPINICO FOR THE SCOT
The Sunday Post, 1924 [precise date not ascertained]
Elegant Edward, 1928
PARSONS
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
PARTICULAR BEAUTY, THE
Good Evans,1927
PASSING OF HEINE, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Apr 6, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
PASSING OF MAJOR HAMILTON, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
PATRIOTS
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
The Woman from the East, 1934 (with revisions)
PEAR DROPS (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 17, 1909
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
PEDLAR IN THE MASK, THE
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
PEDOMETER, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Aug 30, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Sep 25, 1927
PERFECT CRIMINAL, THE
Adventure, Jul 1913
PERFECT GENTLEMAN, THE
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
PERFECT LADY, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
PERSEVERING SOLDIER, THE
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
PET OF THE WIGSHIRES, THE
The Wonder Book of Soldiers for Boys and Girls, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1914
Our Soldiers and Sailors in War and Peace, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1914
Three War Stories for Children, Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
PHALAENOPSIS GLORIOSA
The Daily Mail, 1905?, as by Edgar Wallace
The Monthly Story Magazine, November 1905, as by John Jason Trent
Pearson's Magazine, July 1906, as by John Jason Trent
The Daily News, Perth, Australia, March 16, 1907, under both names
PGA e-book (HTML), Apr 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Apr 2014
PHOTOGRAPHER, THE — see "Army Photographers: The Lantern-Slide Order"
PICK-UP, THE
John Bull's Summer Annual, 1927
The Cat-Burglar, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
The Evening News, Mar 31, 1975
PICTURE OF THE YEAR, THE
The People, May 18, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
PIKEY'S LUCK
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 16, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
"PINKY" AND THE BANK MANAGER
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
PLACE OF THE TEN LEOPARDS, THE — see "Bones Proposes"
PLACE ON THE RIVER, A — variant titles: "The Troupe" and "The Remarkable Mr. Reeder"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 46, Sep 1924-Feb 1925
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Feb 1933
The Thriller, Dec 22, 1934, as "The Remarkable Mr. Reeder"
PLOVER-LIGHT CAR, THE
Bones in London, 1921
PLUM-PUDDING GIRL, THE
The Brigand, 1927
The Sooper and Others, 1984
POETICAL POLICEMAN, THE — see "The Strange Case of the Night Watchman"
THE POET POLICEMAN — see "The Strange Case of the Night Watchman"
POISONERS, THE
The Novel Magazine, May 1912
The Thriller, Mar 2, 1935
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
POLICE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
POLICY SLEUTH #1. REDDY AT MONTE CARLO
The Sunday Post, Sep 29, 1919 (?)
Argosy All-Story Weekly, Dec 25, 1920
POLICY SLEUTH #2. [TITLE NOT FOUND]
The Sunday Post, Oct 6, 1919 (?)
Argosy All-Story Weekly, Jan 1, 1921
POLICY SLEUTH #3. BACCARAT AT COWES
The Sunday Post, Oct 13, 1919 (?)
Argosy All-Story Weekly, Jan 8, 1921 (?)
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
POLICY SLEUTH #4. [TITLE NOT FOUND]
The Sunday Post, Oct 20, 1919 (?)
Argosy All-Story Weekly, Jan 15, 1921
POLICY SLEUTH #5. [TITLE NOT FOUND]
The Sunday Post, Oct 27, 1919 (?)
Argosy All-Story Weekly, Jan 22, 1921
POLICY SLEUTH #6. THE STAR OF THE WORLD
The Sunday Post, Nov 3 , 1919 (?)
Argosy All-Story Weekly, Jan 29, 1921
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
POLICY SLEUTH #7. THE BIG FOUR AND THE BANK
The Sunday Post, Nov 10, 1919 (?)
Argosy All-Story Weekely, Feb 5, 1921
POLL, THE (a Clarence Clark story)
4th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 19, 1910
THE POST-OFFICE CLERK, THE (an Earl of Nowhere story)
The New Magazine, Nov 1924
The Corner Magazine, Oct 1929
The Earl of Nowhere, PGA/RGL Editions, Nov 2013 (qv)
POWDERED GLASS FOR A DERBY FAVOURITE
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
POWER OF THE EYE, THE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jun 23, 1909
PRAYING GIRL, THE
The Lady of Little Hell, 1929
PRAYING MOOR, THE
The People of the River, 1912
PRECARIOUS GAME, THE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
PRESENT, THE
Again Sanders, 1928
PRESENTED AT COURT
The People, May 25, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
PRESENT FOR EVANS, A (an Educated Evans Story)
The Passing Show, Christmas 1924
RGL e-book (HTML), Sep 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Sep 2014
PRICE A WOMAN PAYS, THE
Tit-Bits' Novels, George Newnes Ltd, London, 1911
Syndicated for publication abroad
Serialsed in The Maitland Daily Mercury, Australia, Jul 24-Aug 2, 1913
PRIDE OF KENT, THE
Detective Fiction Weekly, Feb 16, 1929
PRIESTESS OF OSIRIS, A
For Information Received, 1929
PRINCIPLES OF JO LOLESS, THE
Sergeant Sir Peter, 1932; aka Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D.
PRISON-BREAKERS, THE
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Thriller, Aug 11, 1934
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
Filmed in the UK as "Prison-Breaker" by George Smith Productions, 1936. Director: Adrian Brunel
PRISONER OF SEVENWAYS, THE — see "The Treasure House"
PRIVATE CLARK'S WILL — variant title: "Nobby Proves a Will"
The Daily Mail, 1905 (precise date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Star, New Zealand, Sep 9, 1905
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Sep 26, 1905
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 29, 1930, as "Nobby Proves a Will"
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
PROFESSOR, THE
The Mixer, 1927
PROPHETS OF THE OLD KING, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
PROUD HORSE, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
Argosy (UK), Jun 1961
PSYCHOLOGY AND THE TIPSTER
Good Evans,1927
PUPPIES OF THE PACK (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Nov 1917
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
QUEEN CHARLOTTE'S
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
QUEEN OF SHEBA'S BELT, THE
Serialised in The Grand Magazine, Mar-Jun 1914
The Ghost of Down Hill, 1929
Edgar Wallace's Mystery Magazine (UK), Nov 1964
QUEEN OF THE MARSHES, THE
Argosy (UK), Jan 1937
QUEEN OF THE N'GOMBI, THE
The People of the River, 1912
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Sep 14, 1912
QUESTION OF HOURS, A
The Iron Grip, 1929
THE QUESTION OF HORA DA SILVA (a Major Haynes story) — variant title: "The Mysterious Mrs. Da Silva"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jul 6, 1918, as "The Mysterious Mrs. Da Silva"
QUESTION OF RANK, A (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, May 1918
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
"QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS" (a Clarence Clark story)
11th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 9, 1910
RACE AT OSTEND, A
The Big Four, 1929; aka Crooks of Society
RADICAL CHANGE, A (a Clarence Clark story)
3rd story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 12, 1910
RAID ON A GAMBLING HELL, A
Thomson's Weekly News, Dec 6, 1919, under the pen name John Macey Dixon
The Sooper and Others, 1984
REBUS, THE — see "The Four Just Men" (short story)
RED ACES (short story)
Red Aces, 1929
The Thriller, Feb 9, 1929
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
Filmed in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1929. Director: Edgar Wallace
REDBEARD
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
RED CHOCOLATE, THE (a Clarence Cassidy story)
The Novel Magazine, May 1915
Clarence—Private (anthology), Roy Glashan's Library, May 2014
REDDY AT MONTE CARLO — see "Policy Sleuth #1. Reddy at Monte Carlo"
RED-HAIRED CHORUS GIRL, THE (a Major Haynes story)
Title on a typescript copy of a short story. No record of publication under this title found.
REMARKABLE MR. REEDER, THE — see "A Place on the River"
REMEDY, THE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
REPORTER, THE — variant title:"The Duchess"
The Novel Magazine, July 1919, as "The Duchess"
The Reporter, 1929
REPRISAL RAID, A (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Jun 1918
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
RESOURCES OF CIVILIZATION, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
RETURN OF THE NATIVE, THE
More Educated Evans, 1926
RETURN OF SMITHY, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 17, 1907
RETURN OF THE GREAT UNWANTED, THE (a Clarence Cassidy story)
The Novel Magazine, Feb 1915
Clarence—Private (anthology), Roy Glashan's Library, May 2014
RICHARD BRUCE — BURGLAR
The Cape Illustrated Magazine, Cape Town, South Africa, April 1, 1898
RICH WOMAN, THE
Again Sanders, 1928
RIDDLE OF THE ELUSIVE FLOWER GIRL, THE — see "The Affair of the Stokehole"
RIDDLE OF THE MYSTERIOUS WEDDING GUEST, THE — see "The Cure"
RIDDLE OF THE WISTFUL NURSE, THE — see "The Crime Trust"
RIGHT OF WAY, A
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
RINGER'S CHRISTMAS PARTY, THE
Detective Fiction Weekly, Dec 22, 1928
RINGER'S TRAP, THE
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Sep 1933
RINGER WRUNG, THE
Detective Story Magazine, Jul 21, 1928
Man's World (Australia), #7, 1970
RISE OF THE EMPEROR, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Apr 12, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Sep 4, 1927
RISING OF THE AKASAVA, THE
The People of the River, 1912
Argosy (UK), Apr 1939
ROBBING THE ROYAL MAIL
The Weekly News, January 17, 1920
Four-Square Jane, 1929
ROMANCE IN BROWN, A
The Happy Mag, George Newnes Ltd, London, Jan 1923
Fighting Snub Reilly, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
ROMANCE IN IT
The Lone House Mystery, 1929
ROTTEN AFFAIR, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Aug 28, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
ROUNDHEAD AND CAVALIER
The Black Avons, 1925
RUM-RUNNER, THE
The Sunday Post, 1924 [precise date not ascertained]
Elegant Edward, 1928
SACRIFICE
23rd story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 6, 1909
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
SAFE DEPOSIT AT THE SOCIAL CLUB, THE — see "The Social Club Safe Deposit"
SAINT, THE — see "Bones and the Saint"
SANCTUARY — variant title: "Disovering Rex"
The Grand Magazine, vol. 41, Mar-Aug 1922
The Cat-Burglar, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929, as "Discovering Rex"
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929, as "Discovering Rex"
PGA e-book (HTML), Aug 2013, as "Discovering Rex"
RGL e-book (EPUB), Aug 2013, as "Discovering Rex"
SANDERS — C.M.G.
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
SANDERS MEETS LOVE — see "The Lover of Sanders"
SANGUINE CHOOPER, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
12th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Sep 29, 1909
THE SEARCH FOR [THE] KAISER'S SECRET TREASURE HOUSE — see "The Treasure House of the Prussian King
SEA TALK
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
SECRET OF A BOX OF CIGARS, THE
The Weekly News, January 31, 1920
Four-Square Jane, 1929
THE SECRET OF THE SILENT POLICEMAN (a P.-C. Lee story) — see "The Silence of P.-C. Hirley"
SECRET SIGNS
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
SEER, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Nov, 1911, as "The Telepathist">
Sanders of the River, 1911
SENTIMENTAL BURGLAR, THE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 10, 1909
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
SENTIMENTAL CROOK, THE — variant titles: "Sentimental Simpson" and "The Fall of Sentimental Simpson"
The Happy Mag, George Newnes Ltd, London, Jun 1922
The Cat-Burglar, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929, as "Sentimental Simpson"
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929, as "Sentimental Simpson"
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934, as "Sentimental Simpson"
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine, Feb 1965, as "The Fall of Sentimental Simpson"
SENTIMENTAL SIMPSON — see "The Sentimental Crook"
SENTRY NO. 1
The Wonder Book of Soldiers for Boys and Girls, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1914
Our Soldiers and Sailors in War and Peace, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1914
The Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov 9, 1924
Three War Stories for Children, Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
SERGEANT RUN-A-MILE (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "The Courtship of Sergeant Run-a-Mile"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 3, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 5, 1929, as "The Courtship of Sergeant Run-a-Mile"
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
SERVANT OF WOMEN, A
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
Detective Fiction Weekly, Mar 2, 1929
The Sooper and Others, 1984
SETTLING THE LORDS (a Clarence Clark story)
9th story in the series "Clarence Clark, M.P.," Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 23, 1910
SEVENTY-FOURTH DIAMOND, THE
The Mixer, 1927
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Sep 1963, as "Diamond Cut Diamond"
SHADOW MAN, THE
The Thriller, Jan 30, 1932
The Guv'nor and Other Stories (US title: Mr. Reeder Returns), 1932
The Boys' Second Book of Great Detective Stories, Harpercollins Childrens Books, 1940
SHARE PUSHER, THE
John Bull's Christmas Annual, 1927
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
SHEER MELODRAMA — see "The Man from the East"
SHOULD A STEWARD TELL? — variant title: "Blooming Aloes"
The Grand Magazine, Dec 1923
The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 24, 1923, as "Blooming Aloes"
The Sooper and Others, 1984, as "Blooming Aloes"
SHOWING-UP OF EDUCATED EVANS, THE
Good Evans,1927
SICKNESS MONGO, THE
The People of the River, 1912
SIGN OF THE BLACK ACE, THE — see "The Woman of the Lorelei"
SILENCE OF P.-C. HIRLEY, THE (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "The Secret of the Silent Policeman"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jun 16, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 12, 1929, as "The Secret of the Silent Policeman"
SILK STOCKINGS, THE
The Mixer, 1927
SILVER CHARM, THE
The Story-Teller, London, Jun 1910
Harmsworth's All-Story Magazine, Aug 1927
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
The Sooper and Others, 1984
SINISTER DR. LUTTEUR, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
SIRIUS MAN, THE
Pall Mall Magazine, Jan 1928
The Orator, Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
Topical Times, Apr 27, 1929
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Aug 1965
SISTER OF MERCY, THE
The Weekly News, January 3, 1920
Four-Square Jane, 1929
SIX BLUE RINGS, THE (A Gospel-Truth Mortimer story)
The Red Magazine, Jul 15, 1914
Gospel-Truth Mortimer, PGA/RGL Editions, Oct 2013(qv)
SLANE MYSTERY, THE
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jul 1962
SLAVE-MAKER, THE
Dime Mystery Magazine, Dec 1933
100 Crooked Little Crime Stories (anthology), Barnes & Noble, New York, 1994
SLEUTH, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
SLIP, THE
Printers' Pie, Winter 1918
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
SMITHY — variant title: "The Bookmaker"
19th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, ca. 1905 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Jan 24, 1905
Collected as "The Bookmarker" in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
SMITHY ADVOCATES "RAGGING"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 12, 1907
SMITHY — AMBASSADOR
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 21, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
SMITHY AND THE BAA-LAMB — variant title: "The Baa-Lamb"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 1, 1908
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916, as "The Baa-Lamb"
SMITHY AND THE ESCAPED CONVICT
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 29, 1908
SMITHY AND THE FIGHTING ANCHESTERS — variant title "The Fighting Anchesters"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 31, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916, as "The Fighting Anchesters"
SMITHY AS A LAST-LINER
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 9, 1908
SMITHY GOES RACING AND "MAKES A BIT"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 8, 1908
SMITHY IN TEARS
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 19, 1907
SMITHY ON ADVERTISING — variant title: "On Adverstising"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 26, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916, as "On Adverstising"
SMITHY ON AUTHORSHIP — variant titles: "Authorship" and "On Authorship"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 5, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916, as "Authorship"
SMITHY ON BOOTS — variant title: "Boots"
10th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1905 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Mar 28, 1905
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
SMITHY ON FINANCE — variant title: "On Finance"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 7, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916, as "On Finance"
SMITHY ON HOGMANAY — variant title: "On Hogmanay"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 2, 1908
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916, as "On Hogmanay"
SMITHY ON HUMOUR — variant title: "On Humour"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 9, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
SMITHY ON NEWS
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
SMITHY ON PROMOTION — variant title: "On Promotion"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 14, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
SMITHY ON THE TERRITORIAL SYSTEM
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Feb 15, 1908
SMITHY'S BAND OF HEROES — variant title: "The Heroes"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 24, 1907
Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916, as "The Heroes"
SMITHY'S BEST GIRL — variant title: "Nobby's Best Girl"
The Story-Teller, Cassells, Jul 1907
Collected as "Nobby's Best Girl" in Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
SMITHY'S DESCENT UPON LONDON
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 16, 1908
SMITHY'S LOVE STORY — variant title "Nobby's Love Story"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Sep 16, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909, as "Nobby's Love Story"
SMITHY SURVEYS THE LAND
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
SMITHY TIRES OF WEALTH
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 25, 1908
SNARES OF PARIS
For Information Received, 1929
SNATCHERS, THE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Apr 28, 1909
SNOUT, THE
Educated Evans, 1924
SOCIAL CLUB SAFE DEPOSIT, THE
The Novel Magazine, Jan 1920
Pearson's Weekly, Apr 28, 1928
The Reporter, 1929, as "The Safe Deposit at the Social Club"
SOCIALISM (a Nobby Clark story)
14th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Oct 13, 1909
SOCIETY OF BRIGHT YOUNG PEOPLE, THE
Mrs. William Jones and Bill, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
SODIUM LINES, THE — see "The Day the World Stopped"
SOLDIER AND A MAN, A
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 21, 1909
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
SOLO AND THE LADY
20 Story Magazine, Oct 1924
The Steward, 1932
Short Stories Magazine, (Australia) #9 [date not ascertained]
SON OF SANDI, THE
Lieutenant Bones, 1918
SOOPER SPEAKING, THE
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
The Lone House Mystery, 1929
The Big Book of Detective Stories, William Clowes & Sons, London, ca. 1930
SOUL OF A NATIVE WOMAN, THE
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
SOUVENIR, A
More Educated Evans, 1926
SPANISH PRISONER, THE
The Mixer, 1927
SPECIAL COMMISSIONER, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Nov 20, 1909
Sanders of the River, 1911
New Story Magazine, Sep 1915
SPECULATION IN SHARES, A
The Mixer, 1927
SPEED TEST, THE — variant title: "Jimmy's Speed Test"
The Novel Magazine, Jul 1921
Pearson's Weekly, Jun 9, 1928, as "Jimmy's Speed Test"
SPLENDID THINGS, THE — see "Bones Falls in Love"
SPOTTING THE LADY
Chick, 1923
SPRING OF THE YEAR
The People of the River, 1912
STAR OF THE WORLD, THE — see "Policy Sleuth #6. The Star of the World"
STEALER OF MARBLE, THE — see "The Telephone Box"
STEWARD AND THE SHARPS, THE
The Steward, 1932
STOLEN ROMNEY, THE — see "The Missing Romney"
STORY OF A GREAT CROSS-EXAMINATION, THE (a P.-C. Lee story)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jun 2, 1909
STRAFING OF MÜLLER, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, Dec 1917
Tam O' The Scoots, 1918
STRAIGHT FROM THE HORSE'S MOUTH
Educated Evans, 1924
Murder at the Races (anthology), 1995
STRANGE CASE, THE — see "The Weak Spot"
STRANGE CASE OF ANITA BRADE, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
STRANGE CASE OF THE NIGHT WATCHMAN, THE — variant titles: "The Poetical Policeman" and "The Poet Policeman"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 46, Sep 1924-Feb 1925
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925, as "The Poetical Policeman"
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Dec 1932, as "The Poetical Policeman"
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932, as "The Poetical Policeman"
The Thriller, Dec 1, 1934, as "The Poet Policeman"
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Sep 1955, as "The Poetical Policeman"
The Best Crime Stories, 1977, as "The Poetical Policeman"
STRANGE FILM ADVENTURE, A
The Mixer, 1927
STRANGENESS OF JOAB LASHMERE, THE
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
STRANGER OF THE NIGHT, THE — variant title: "The Man of the Night"
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Oct 15, 1910
The Woman from the East, 1934, as "The Man of the Night"
The Mammoth Book of Thrillers, Ghosts and Mysteries, 1936, as "The Man of the Night"
STRANGER WHO WALKED BY NIGHT, THE
Bones: Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country, 1915
STRATEGIST, THE
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
STRETELLI CASE, THE
The Little Green Man, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Terror, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
The Thriller, Jul 28, 1934
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
STUDENT OF MEN, A
Bones in London, 1921
STUFFING
Saturday Evening Post, Dec 11, 1926
SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, THE
Good Evans,1927
SUBMARINE-CHASER COUP, THE
The Mixer, 1927
SUNK WITHOUT TRACE (a Major Haynes Story)
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jun 8, 1918
The Popular Magazine, Dec 7, 1918
SUPERSPY, THE — see "Alexander and the Lady"
SUPER SWINDLES OF THE TURF
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
SURGEON, THE
The Morning Post [date not ascertained]
This England, 1927
SUPPRESSED BOOK, A
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 13, 1909
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
SURPRISING FLIGHT OF HOGGY, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
16th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Oct 27, 1909
SWEET SINGER, THE — see "The Capture of Bones"
SWEIZER PUMP, THE
Planetoid 127, 1929
SWIFT WALKER, THE
The People of the River, 1912
SWISS HEAD WAITER, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932
SYREN, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, May 4, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
THE TALE-TELLER, THE
Adventure, Jun 1913
TALKATIVE BURGLAR, THE — variant title: "A Mistake and What It Led To"
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Northern Star, Lismore, NSW, Australia, May 10, 1913, as "A Mistake and What It Led To"
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
TAMER OF BEASTS, THE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
TAM'S AIR TAXI — variant title: "Air Taxi"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 40, Sep 1921-Feb 1922
Killer Kay, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930, as "Air Texi"
TANKS (a P.-C. Lee story) — variant title: "An Arrest that Made the Sergeant Laugh"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jun 7, 1909
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 22, 1928, as "An Arrest that Made the Sergeant Laugh"
TAX RESISTERS, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Mar 8, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Aug 28, 1927
TELEPATHIST, THE — see "The Seer"
TELEPHONE BOX, THE — variant title: "The Stealer of Marble"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 46, Sep 1924-Feb 1925
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925, as "The Stealer of Marble"
The Scotland Yard Book of Edgar Wallace, 1932, as "The Stealer of Marble"
The Evening Standard, Aug 3, 1936, as "The Stealer of Marble"
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Mar 1933
TEN DIVISIONS AND A RED-HAIRED GIRL (a Major Haynes story)
Title on a typescript copy of a short story. No record of publication under this title found.
TERRIBLE TALKER, THE
The Grand Magazine, Sep 1927
Again Sanders, 1928
THATCHER'S BROTHER
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Nov 11, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
THEFT OF THE LEWINSTEIN JEWELS, THE
The Weekly News, December 13, 1919
Four-Square Jane, 1929
THEY
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Dec 20, 1913
Bosambo of the River, 1914
Chums, Amalgamated Press, London, Oct 29 1927
THEY WALKED AWAY — see "The Investors"
THIEVES MAKE THIEVES
Killer Kay, 1930
Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine (UK), Sep 1964
The Man Who Married His Cook, 1976
THINKER AND THE GUM-TREE, THE
The People of the River, 1912
THIRD COINCIDENCE, THE
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
THROUGH THE CARD
Educated Evans, 1924
THUMB OF CALIFORNIA MARY, THE
The Red Book Magazine, Aug 1918
THY NEIGHBOUR AS THYSELF
The Grand Magazine, Jan 1928
Again Sanders, 1928
TILT WITH MAY, A
Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, May 9, 1914
The Man Who Killed "X", Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
TIMID ADMIRER, THE
For Information Received, 1929
TIPSTER, THE
3rd story in the series "The Return of Smithy"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Apr 13, 1910
TOBBINS, LIMITED
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
TONY NEWTON, BOOKMAKER — see "Anthony the Bookmaker"
TORN CHEQUE, THE
The Thriller, Jan 16, 1937
TREASURE HOUSE, THE — variant title: "The Prisoner of Sevenways"
The Thriller, Feb 14, 1931 (as "The Prisoner of Sevenways")
The Guv'nor and Other Stories (US title: Mr. Reeder Returns), 1932
Star Novels Magazine, Summer 1933
THE TREASURE HOUSE OF THE PRUSSIAN KING (a Major Haynes story) — variant title: "The Search for [the] Kaiser's Secret Treasure House"
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Jun 29, 1918, as "The Search for [the] Kaiser's Secret Treasure House"
TREASURE HUNT, THE — variant title: "The Treasure of Mr. Reeder"
The Grand Magazine, Dec 1924
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Jan 1933
The Thriller, Aug, 4 1934
The Mysterious Traveler Magazine, Jun 1952
A Treasury of Great Mysteries (anthology), Vol 1, 1957
Great Tales of Crime and Detection (anthology), 1993
The Saint Detective Magazine (UK), Jan 1956, as "The Treasure Of Mr. Reeder"
TREASURE OF MR. REEDER, THE — see "The Treasure Hunt"
TREASURE OF THE KALAHARI, THE
Circumstantial Evidence, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
TREASURE OF MR. REEDER, THE — see "The Treasure Hunt"
TRIMMING OF PAUL LUMIÈRE, THE
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
TRIMMING OF SAM, THE — see "A Man of His Word"
TROUPE, THE — see "A Place on the River"
TRYST WITH GHOSTS, A
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
TURF CROOKS I'VE TRICKED
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, 1991
TWENTY-THOUSAND-POUND KISS, THE
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
TWISTING OF ARTHUR COLLEYBORN, THE
Good Evans,1927
TWO ROGUES AND A GIRL — see "Her Birthday"
TYPIST WHO SAW THINGS, THE
20 Story Magazine, Nov 1927
Again The Three Just Men (US title: The Law of the Three Just Men), 1929
TYRANT OF THE HOUSE, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
U-BEAST, THE
The Grand Magazine, Jan 1919
U-BOAT ADVENTURE, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Apr 13, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
UMPIRE, THE
5th story in the original "Smithy" collection
First published in The Daily Mail newspaper, UK, 1904 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Nov 29, 1904
Collected in Smithy, The Tallis Press, London, 1905
UNCLE DICK
Yes or No, Grand Christmas Edition, Harry Shurey, London, Dec 10, 1910
UNCLE FARAWAY
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
UNCLE JOE'S TRACT
First published in The Daily Mail, UK, ca. 1907 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Evening Post, New Zealand, Sep 28, 1907
Collected in Nobby, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATH — see "The Case of the Home Secretary
UNDISCLOSED CLIENT, THE
The Cosmopolitan, Jul 1926
The Little Green Man, 1929
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Stretelli Case and Other Mystery Stories, 1930
The Undisclosed Client, 1963
Filmed as "Who Was Maddox?" at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 5, Episode 5), 1964. Director: Geoffrey Nethercott
UNKNOWN, THE
2nd story in the series "The Return of Smithy"
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Apr 6, 1910
UNMASKING A PEACE PLOT — see "The Great Peace Plot"
USER OF MEN, THE
More Educated Evans, 1926
VAMP AND THE LIBRARIAN, THE — see "The Girl He Kissed"
VAMPIRE OF WEMBLEY, THE — variant title: "The Wimbledom Vampire"
The People, May 4, 1924
The Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine, Apr 1967 as "The Wimbledon Vampire"
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
VERY GOOD MAN, THE — see "Bones and the Qualified Nurse"
VIA MADEIRA
The Thief in The Night, 1928
The Prison-Breakers, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
VILLAGE OF IRONS, THE
The People of the River, 1912
VINDICATION OF BONES, THE
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 48, Sep 1925-Feb 1926
VLAKFONTAIN DIAMOND, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
VOICE IN THE NIGHT, THE
Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, Apr 25, 1914
The Man Who Killed "X", Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
VON KLUCK'S NEPHEW GINGER
Town Topics, Nov 21, 1914
Smithy and the Hun, 1915
VOTE FOR TONY NEWTON — see "The Bursted Election"
WAGER OF RITTMEISTER VON HARDEN, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
WANDERER, THE
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Sep 30, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
WANGLERS, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
18th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Nov 10, 1909
WAR IN THE TOFOLKA, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
WARM AND DRY
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Nov 1976
Ellery Queen's Anthology, Vol. 39, 1980
Ellery Queen's Veils of Mystery, 1980
The Sooper and Others, 1984
WATERS OF MADNESS, THE
The Keepers of the King's Peace, 1917
WAY OF DENVER MAY, THE
Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, May 23, 1914
The Man Who Killed "X", Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
WAZOOS, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
WEAKLING, THE
The Governor of Chi-Foo, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
The Edgar Wallace Reader of Mystery and Adventure, 1943
WEAK SPOT, THE — variant title: "The Strange Case"
The Grand Magazine, Vol. 47, Mar-Aug 1925
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder (US title: The Murder Book of Mr. J.G. Reeder), 1925, as "The Strange Case"
Dime Mystery Book Magazine, Jun 1933, as "The Strange Case"
WEATHER PROPHET, THE — see "When Nobby Was a Weather Prophet"
WHAT HAPPENED TO HAMILTON
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
WHEN NOBBY WAS A WEATHER PROPHET — variant title: The Weather Prophet
2nd story in the 6-part Nobby series published by The Royal Magazine, 1915
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, Feb 1915
Collected as "The Weather Prophet" in Smithy and the Hun, 1915
WHEN THE ARMANIC SANK
Novel Magazine, February 1916
WHEN THE JURY CAME TO BLOWS (a P.-C. Lee story) — see "Contempt"
WHILE THE PASSENGERS SLEPT
The Premier Magazine, Mar 1915
The Death Room: Strange and Startling Stories, 1986
WHITE STOCKING
The Grand Magazine, Jun 1922
The Cat-Burglar, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
Forty-Eight Short Stories, 1929
Nig-Nog! and Other Humourous Stories, 1934
The Thriller, Jan 26, 1935
WHY "FEATHERWIGHT JACKSON" ENLISTED
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Sep 9, 1908
Smithy Abroad, Edward Hulton, London, 1909
WHY GELDEN MADE A MILLION
The Admirable Carfew, 1914
WIFE OF SIR RALPH CRETAPACE, THE
The Black, 1929; aka Blackmailers I Have Foiled
WIGSHIRE FAIRIES, THE (a Nobby Clark story)
9th story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Sep 8, 1909
WILFUL MISS COLEBROOK, THE
The Iron Grip, 1929
WILL AND THE WAY, THE
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
WIMBLEDON AND A WOMAN
The People, June 8, 1924
Wonderful London, Roy Glashan's Library, 2014
WIMBLEDON VAMPIRE, THE — see "The Vampire of Wembley"
WINNING TICKET, THE
The Strand Magazine, Jun 1931
WINSTON CHURCHILL AND MONTY (a Nobby Clark story)
23rd story in the series "The 'Makings-Up' of Nobby Clark"
Ideas Hulton & Co., London, Dec 15, 1909
The Last Adventure, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
WISE MAN, THE — see "Bones and the Ghost-Men"
WITCH-DOCTOR, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Mar 18, 1911, as "The Devil Man"
Sanders of the River, 1911
WITNESS STAND, THE
The Illustrated Detective Magazine, Feb 1932
WOMAN BOFABA, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
WOMAN FROM THE EAST, THE
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
WOMAN IN THE HUT, THE
Sandi The King-Maker, 1922
WOMAN IN THE STORY, THE (a Tam McTavish story)
Everybody's Magazine, May 1919
The Fighting Scouts, 1919
WOMAN OF MONS, THE (a Clarence Cassidy story)
The Novel Magazine, Jan 1915
Clarence—Private (anthology), Roy Glashan's Library, May 2014
WOMAN OF THE LORELEI, THE — variant title: "The Sign of the Black Ace"
The Post Sunday Special, Nov 24, 1918
The Popular Magazine, Mar 7, 1919
The Buffalo Sunday Courier, Sep 28, 1919
The Boston Sunday Globe, Nov 9, 1919
Companions of the Ace High, PGA/RGL editions, Oct 2013 (qv)
WOMAN WHO SPOKE TO BIRDS, THE
Bones of the River, 1923
WOMEN WILL TALK
Sanders (US title: Mr. Commissioner Sanders), 1926
Short Stories, Mar 10, 1926
THE WONDERFUL LOVER, THE — see "Child of Sacrifice"
WOOD OF DEVILS, THE
The Weekly Tale-Teller, Sep 25, 1909
Sanders of the River, 1911
WORD OF A PRINCE, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Mar 2, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
WORLD DICTATOR, THE
Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, Apr 27, 1918
The Adventures of Heine, 1919
WRIT OF SUMMONS, A
Chick, 1923
WRITINGS OF MACONOCHIE HOE, THE
The Novel Magazine, October 1919
Pearson's Weekly, Mar 24, 1928
The Reporter, 1929
XMAS GIFT, THE
The Woman from the East, Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
"YARD" MAN KIDNAPPED, A
Again the Ringer (US title: The Return of the Ringer), 1929
YELLOW BOX, THE (featuring Angel, Esquire)
The Story-Teller, London, Jun 1910
The Timaru Herald, New Zealand, November 18, 1916
The Sooper and Others, 1984, as "The Monkey and the Box"

SERIES AND ANTHOLOGIES

This section of the bibliography lists all works which were published in collections or formed part of a series. The entries in each sub-section devoted to a series are listed in the order of publication. Novels which form part of a series are re-listed here.


1. THE AFRICAN SERIES

SANDERS OF THE RIVER (anthology)
Contents:
· The Education of the King
· Keepers of the Stone
· Bosambo of Monrovia
· The Drowsy One
· The Special Commissioner
· The Dancing Stones
· The Forest of Happy Dreams
· Akasavas
· The Wood of Devils
· The Loves of M'Lino
· The Witch-Doctor
· The Lonely One
· The Seer
· Dogs of War
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1911
PEOPLE OF THE RIVER, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· A Certain Game
· The Eloquent Woman
· The Affair of the Lady Missionary
· The Swift Walker
· Brethren of the Order
· The Village of Irons
· The Thinker and the Gum-Tree
· Nine Terrible Men
· The Queen of the N'Gombi
· The Man On The Spot
· The Rising of the Akasava
· The Missionary
· A Maker of Spears
· The Praying Moor
· The Sickness Mongo
· The Crime of Sanders
· Spring of the Year
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1912
RIVER OF STARS, THE (novel)
Serialised in The Star newspaper, London, Feb 4 — Mar 5, 1913
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1913
BOSAMBO OF THE RIVER (anthology)
Contents:
· Arachi the Borrower
· The Tax Resisters
· The Rise of the Emperor
· The Fall of the Emperor
· The Killing of Olandi
· The Pedometer
· The Brother of Bosambo
· The Chair of the N'Gombi
· The Ki-Chu
· The Child of Sacrifice
· "They"
· The Ambassadors
· Guns in The Akasava
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1914
BONES (anthology)
Contents:
· Prologue: Sanders — C.M.G.
· Hamilton of the Houssas
· The Disciplinarians
· The Lost N'Bosini
· The Fetish Stick
· A Frontier and A Code
· The Soul of A Native Woman
· The Stranger Who Walked By Night
· A Right of Way
· The Green Crocodile
· Henry Hamilton Bones
· Bones at M'Fa
· The Man Who Did Not Sleep
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1915
KEEPERS OF THE KING'S PEACE, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· Bones, Sanders and Another
· Bones Changes His Religion
· The Maker of Storms
· Bones and the Wireless
· The Remedy
· The Medicine Man
· Bones, The King Maker
· The Tamer of Beasts
· The Mercenaries
· The Waters of Madness
· Eye to Eye
· The Hooded King
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1917
LIEUTENANT BONES (anthology)
Contents:
· Lieutenant Bones, R.N.
· The Sleuth
· A Change of Identity
· The Lover of Sanders
· The Breaking Point
· The Madness of Valentine
· The Legendeer
· The Fetish Stick
· The Pacifist
· The Son of Sandi
· King Andreas
· Bones and a Lady
· The Little People
· The Northern Men
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1918
BONES IN LONDON (anthology)
Contents:
· Bones and Big Business
· Hidden Treasure
· Bones and the Wharfingers
· The Plover-Light Car
· A Cinema Picture
· A Deal in Jute
· Detective Bones
· A Competent Judge of Poetry
· The Lamp That Never Went Out
· The Branch Line
· Bones Hits Back
· A Student of Men
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1921
SANDI THE KINGMAKER (anthology)
Contents:
· The Coming of Sandi
· The Death Mark
· The Grey Bird That Moaned
· The House of the Chosen
· The King from the South
· The Passing of Major Hamilton
· The Prophets of the Old King
· The Resources of Civilization
· The War in The Tofolka
· The Woman Bofaba
· The Woman in The Hut
· What Happened to Hamilton
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1922
BONES OF THE RIVER (anthology)
Contents:
· The Fearful Word
· The Medical Officer of Health
· The Black Egg
· A Nice Gel
· The Brass Bedstead
· A Lover of Dogs
· The Camera Man
· The Healer
· The Wazoos
· The All-Africans
· The Woman Who Spoke to Birds
· The Lake of the Devil
George Newnes Litd., London, 1923
SANDERS — US Title: MR. COMMISSIONER SANDERS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Magic of Fear
· The Clean Sweepers
· The Very Good Man
· Women Will Talk
· The Saint
· The Man Who Hated Sheffield
· The Joy Seekers
· The Ball Game
· The Wise Man
· The Sweet Singer
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
AGAIN SANDERS (anthology)
Contents:
· Bones and the Bee
· The Terrible Talker
· Thy Neighbour As Thyself
· The Ghost Walker
· The King's Sceptre
· In The Manner of Lipstick
· The Splendid Things
· Bones The Psychic
· The Rich Woman
· The Keepers of the Treasure
· The Present
· M'gala The Accurst
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928

Edgar Wallace's African books provided inspiration, material and/or characters for the following films:

The River of Stars, Stoll Picture Productions, London, 1921. Director: F. Martin Thornton
Sanders of the River, London Film Productions, 1935. Director: Zoltan Korda
Old Bones of the River, Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1938. Director: Marcel Varnel
Death Drums Along the River, Big Ben Films, 1963. Director: Lawrence Huntington. Variant titles: Sanders (US) and Sanders of the River (UK)
Coast of Skeletons, Hallam Films Ltd., London, 1963. Director: Robert Lynn. Variant title: African Cross. German title: Sanders und das Schiff des Todes
Five Golden Dragons, Blansfilm, Hongkong, 1967. Director: Jeremy Summers. German title: Die Pagode zum fünften Schrecken
Der Teufel kam aus Akasava (German-Spanish co-production), Central Cinema Company, 1971. Director: Jesus Franco. Spanish title: El diablo que vino de Akasawa; English title: The Devil Came from Akasava

2. THE "JUST MEN" SERIES

FOUR JUST MEN, THE (novel)
The Tallis Press, London, 1905, 1906
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1920
New Story Magazine, Mar 1915
Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, 1920
Grit, Feb 14 — Mar 6, 1932 (4-part serial)
Mammoth Book of Golden Age Detective Stories (anthology), Constable & Robinson, London, 1994
PGA e-book (HTML), Mar 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2012
COUNCIL OF JUSTICE, THE (novel)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1908, 1910, 1920, 1929
New Story Magazine, Apr 1915
Brown, Watson, London, Digit Book No. R751, 1963
Pan Books, London, 1973 (revised edition)
White Lion Publishers, London, 1974
PGA e-book (HTML), Mar 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2012
JUST MEN OF CORDOVA, THE (collection)
Contents:
· Three Men of Cordova
· Colonel Black, Financier
· An Adventure in Pimlico
· The Men Who Sat in Judgment.
· The Earl of Verlond
· The Policeman and a Lady
· Dr. Essley Meets a Man
· Colonel Black Has a Shock
· Lord Verlond Gives a Dinner
· A Policeman's Business
· To Lincoln Races
· The Race
· Who Are the Four?
· Willie Jakobs Tells
· Sir Isaac's Fears
· Colonel Black Meets a Just Man
· Justice
· Bonus Story: The Poisoners (PGA/RGL edition only)
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1917
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
LAW OF THE FOUR JUST MEN, THE — US Title: AGAIN THE THREE JUST MEN(anthology)
Contents:
· The Man Who Lived at Clapham
· The Man With The Canine Teeth
· The Man Who Hated Earthworms
· The Man Who Died Twice
· The Man Who Hated Amelia Jones
· The Man Who Was Happy
· The Man Who Loved Music
· The Man Who Was Plucked
· The Man Who Could Not Speak
· The Man Who Was Acquitted
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1921
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
THREE JUST MEN, THE (novel)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
PGA e-book (HTML), Dec 2007
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
AGAIN THE THREE JUST MEN — US Title: THE LAW OF THE THREE JUST MEN (collection); variant title "Again the Three"
Contents:
The Rebus (also as "The Four Just Men")
· The Happy Travellers
· The Abductor
· The Third Coincidence
· The Slane Mystery
· The Marked Cheque
· Mr. Levingron's Daughter
· The Share Pusher
· The Man Who Sang in Church
· The Lady from Brazil
· The Typist Who Saw Things
· The Mystery of Mr. Drake
· "The Englishman Konnor"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
PGA e-book (HTML), Mar 2008
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014

The "Just Men" books provided material and/or characters for the following films:

The Four Just Men (based on Edgar Wallaces own screenplay), Stoll Picture Productions, 1921. Director: George Ridgwell. Screenplay co- written by George Ridgwell
The Four Just Men, made in the UK by CAPAD, 1939. Director: Walter Forde. US title: The Secret Four
Circus of Fear, made in the UK and Germany by Circus Films, 1966. Based on The Three Just Men. Directors: John Llewellyn Moxey (English version) and Werner Jacobs (German version). US title: Psycho-Circus; German titles: Das Rätsel des silbernen Dreiecks and Scotland Yard auf heißer Spur; aka Circus of Terror.

For other "Just Men" films, see the section "FILMOGRAPIC NOTES"


3. THE "J.G. REEDER" SERIES

CROOK IN CRIMSON, THE — variant title: "The Case of Joe Attymar"
The Thriller, Mar 23, 1929
Red Aces, 1929, as "The Case of Joe Attymar"
GUV'NOR AND OTHER STORIES, THE — US Title: MR REEDER RETURNS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Guv'nor
· The Man Who Passed
· The Treasure House
William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1932
PGA e-book (HTML), Mar 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Mar 2014
MAN WHO SAW EVIL, THE — see also "The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder"
A series of 8 J.G. Reeder stories published in The Grand Magazine, Vol. 46, Sep 1924-Feb 1925, and Vol. 47, Mar-Aug 1925. These stories were reprinted in the book The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder, six of them under different titles (see below)
Contents:
· The Strange Case of the Night Watchman, aka "The Poetical Policeman" (qv)
· The Treasure Hunt(qv), aka "The Treasure of Mr. Reeder"
· A Place on the River (qv), aka "The Troupe" aka "The Remarkable Mr. Reeder
· The Telephone Box (qv), aka "The Stealer of Marble"
· The Man from the East (qv), aka "Sheer Melodrama"
· The Dangerous Reptile (qv), aka "The Green Mamba"
· The Weak Spot (qv), aka "The Strange Case"
· The Investors (qv), aka "They Walked Away" aka "The Disappearing Investors"
MIND OF MR. J.G. REEDER, THE — US Title: THE MURDER BOOK OF MR. J.G. REEDER (anthology)
Contents:
· The Poetical Policeman, original title: "The Strange Case of the Night Watchman"
· The Treasure Hunt (qv), aka "The Treasure of Mr. Reeder"
· The Troupe, original title: "A Place on the River" (qv)
· The Stealer of Marble, original title: "The Telephone Box" (qv)
· Sheer Melodrama, original title: "The Man from the East" (qv)
· The Green Mamba, original title: "The Dangerous Reptile" (qv)
· The Strange Case, original title: "The Weak Spot" (qv)
· The Investors (qv), aka "They Walked Away" aka "The Disappearing Investors"
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
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MURDER BOOK OF MR. J.G. REEDER, THE — see "The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder"
ROOM 13 (novel)
John Long Ltd., London, 1924
Detectives and Criminals (anthology), Bounty Books, London, 1993
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RED ACES (anthology)
Contents:
· Red Aces
· Kennedy The Con Man
· The Case of Joe Attymar
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
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TERROR KEEP (novel) — original UK magazine title "The Lady at the Door"
Serialised in The Grand Magazine, London, Oct 1926-Mar 1927, as "The Lady at the Door"
Serialised in Detective Story Magazine, Street & Smith, New York, Nov 6-Dec 11, 1926
Hodder & Stoughton, London 1927
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The J.G. Reeder books provided material and/or characters for the following films:

Red Aces, made in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1929. Director: Edgar Wallace
Room 13, made in the UK by British National Films, 1938. Director: Norman Lee
The Mind of Mr. Reeder, made in the UK by Jack Raymond Productions, 1939. Director: Jack Raymond. US title: The Mysterious Mr. Reeder
The Mind of Mr. J.G. Reeder, a 16-episode TV series made by Thames Television, 1969
The Missing People made in the UK by Jack Raymond Productions, 1940. Director: Jack Raymond. Based on The Investors
Zimmer 13, made in Berlin, Germany by Rialto Film, 1964. Director: Harald Reinl

For other J.G. Reeder films, see the sections "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS" and "FILMOGRAPIC NOTES"


4. THE "EDUCATED EVANS" SERIES

EDUCATED EVANS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Brotherhood
· Mr. Homaster's Daughter
· The Coop
· The Snout
· Mr. Kirz Buys A £5 Special
· Mickey The Shopper
· The Dreamer
· The Gift Horse
· Straight from the Horse's Mouth
· The Perfect Lady
· The Proud Horse
· Through The Card
· The Goods
Webster Publications, London, 1924
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MORE EDUCATED EVANS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Return of the Native
· A Souvenir
· The Maker of Winners
· A Judge of Racing
· An Amazing Selection
· A Good Gallop
· A Horse of the Same Colour
· Mixing It
· The Freak Dinner
· The User of Men
· The Lady Watch Dog
· The Journalist
Webster Publications, London, 1926
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GOOD EVANS (anthology)
Contents:
· A Change of Plan
· Mr. Evans Does a Bit of Gas Work
· Education and Combinations
· The Other Lubeses
· Mr. Evans Pulls off a Real Coup
· The Nice-Minded Girl
· The Musical Tip
· Psychology and the Tipster
· The Showing Up of Educated Evans
· The Subconscious Mind
· Mr. Evans Has a Well Screwed Head
· The Twisting of Arthur Colleyborn
· The Kidnapping of Mr. Evans
· Educated Evans Declares to Win
· For Evan's Sake
· The Particular Beauty
· The Last Coup of All
Webster Publications, London, 1927
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The Evans books provided material and/or characters for the following films:

The Brotherhood, made in the UK by Frederick Alfred Company, 1926. Director: Walter West
Educated Evans, made in the UK by Warner Brothers—First National Productions, 1936. Director: William Beaudine
Thank Evans, made in the UK by Warner Brothers — First National Productions, 1936. Director: Roy William Neill

In the mid-1990's BBC Radio 4 produced and broadcast a four-episode "Educated Evans" series, directed by Dirk Maggs. The titles of the episodes were:

Inside Information. Recorded on Aug 17, 1994. Broadcast on Jul 24, 1996 23:00-23:30
The Snout. Recorded on Aug 18, 1994. Broadcast on Jul 31, 1996 23:00-23:30
A Judge of Racing. Recorded on Aug 19, 1994. Broadcast on Aug 7, 1996 23:00-23:30
A Matched Pair. Recorded on Aug 24, 1994. Broadcast on Aug 14, 1996 23:00-23:30

For other "Educated Evans" films, see the section "FILMOGRAPHIC NOTES"


5. THE "TAM O' THE SCOOTS" SERIES

TAM O' THE SCOOTS (anthology) — variant title "Tam"
Contents:
· The Case of Lasky
· Puppies of the Pack
· The Coming of Müller
· The Strafing of Müller
· Annie — The Gun
· The Lawbreaker and Frightfulness
· The Man Behind the Circus
· A Question of Rank
· A Reprisal Raid
· The Last Load
Everybody's Magazine, Nov 1917-Jul 1918
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1918
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THE FIGHTING SCOUTS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Gentleman from Indiana
· The Duke's Museum
· The Kindergarten
· Boy Billie Best
· The Wager of Rittmeister von Harden
· The Début of William Best
· The Cloud Fishers
· The Woman in the Story
· The Infant Samuel
Everybody's Magazine, Aug 1918-Mar 1919
C.A. Pearson Ltd., London, 1919
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OTHER "TAM" STORIES
Title and place of first publication:
· The Man Called McGinnice, Everybody's Magazine, Oct 1918
· A Day with Von Tirpitz, Everybody's Magazine, Mar 1919
· Tam's Air Taxi (aka "Air Taxi", The Grand Magazine, Vol. 40, Sep 1921-Feb 1922
· Christmas Eve at the China Dog, The Little Green Man, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929

6. THE "SMITHY" AND "NOBBY" SERIES

SMITHY (series and anthology) — subtitle: "Not to Mention Nobby Clark and Spud Murphy"
A collection of 23 Smithy stories. In his autobiography People Edgar Wallace describes the origin of this collection as follows: "What was in my mind, however, was to launch forth as a story-writer. I had written one or two short stories whilst I was in Cape Town, but they were not of any account. My best practice were my 'Smithy' articles in the Daily Mail, and the short history of the Russian Tsars (Red Pages from Tsardom, R.G.) which ran serially in the same paper. Collecting the 'Smithys', I sought for a publisher, but nobody seemed anxious to put his imprint upon my work, and in a moment of magnificent optimism I founded a little publishing business, which was called "The Tallis Press." It occupied one room in Temple Chambers, and from here I issued "Smithy" at 1 shilling and sold about 30,000 copies.
Contents:
· 01. The Adjutant's Madness, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 02. Military Motoring, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 03. Advertising the Army, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 04. Army Manners, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 05. The Umpire, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 06. Erudition, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 07. Bertie, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 08. Nobby's Part, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 09. The Clairvoyant, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 10. Boots, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 11. Ju-Jitsu, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 12. The New Officer, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 13. The Agitator, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 14. Missing Words, The Daily Mail, as "An Army Union", date unknown
· 15. The New Rules, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 16. The Chef, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 17. The Journalist, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 18. The Photographer, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 19. The Bookmaker, The Daily Mail, as "Smithy", date unknown
· 20. Back to Civil Life, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 21. The Brothers, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 22. The Ghost of Heilbron Kopje, The Daily Mail, date unknown
· 23. Sacrifice, The Daily Mail, date unknown
The Daily Mail, London, publication dates not ascertained
The Tallis Press, London, 1905
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NOBBY (series)
A series of 6 stories published in:
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, Jan 1915-Jun 1915
and, except for "Jam for the Enemy", collected in Smithy and the Hun, 1915
Contents:
· 1. The Interpreter, Jan 1915
· 2. When Nobby Was a Weather Prophet, Feb 1915 (collected as "The Weather Prophet")
· 3. Nobby Takes to Letter-Writing, Mar 1915 (collected as "The Letter-Writer")
· 4. Nobby in Romantic Vein, Apr 1915
· 5. Jam for the Enemy, May 1915
· 6. On Betting Commissions, Jun 1915 (collected as "On Recruiting")
SMITHY AND NOBBY STORIES (two untitled series)
A series of 21 stories published without a general title in
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Oct 17, 1907-Mar 7, 1908.
Contents:
· 01. The Return of Smithy, Oct 17, 1907
· 02. Smithy's Band of Heroes, Oct 24, 1907
· 03. Smithy and the Fighting Anchesters, Oct 31, 1907
· 04. Smithy on Finance, Nov 7, 1907
· 05. Smithy of Promotion, Nov 14, 1907
· 06. Smithy—Ambassador, Nov 21, 1907
· 07. Nobby's Double, Nov 28, 1907
· 08. Smithy on Authorship, Dec 5, 1907
· 09. Smithy Advocates "Ragging", Dec 12, 1907
· 10. Smithy in Tears, Dec 19, 1907
· 11. Smithy on Advertising, Dec 26, 1907
· 12. Smithy on Hogmanay, Jan 2, 1908
· 13. Smithy as a Last-Liner, Jan 9, 1908
· 14. Smithy's Descent Upon London, Jan 16, 1908
· 15. Smithy Tires of Wealth, Jan 25, 1908
· 16. Smithy and the Baa-Lamb, Feb 1, 1908
· 17. Smithy Goes Racing and "Makes a Bit", Feb 8, 1908
· 18. Smithy on the Territorial System, Feb 15, 1908
· 19. Nobby and the Transfer Trick, Feb 22, 1908
· 20. Smithy and the Escaped Convict, Feb 29, 1908
· 21. Nobby's Thought-Reading Fake, Mar 7, 1908
A series of 44 stories published without a general title in
Town Topics, Edgar Wallace, London, Sep 26, 1914-Feb 8, 1920
Asterisked titles were collected in Smithy and The Hun, 1915
Contents:
· Smithy (no further title), Sep 19, 1917
· *Smithy Surveys the Land, Sep 26, 1914
· Smithy on Despatch-Writing, Oct 10, 1914
· Smithy and the Strategist, Oct 17, 1914
· *Smithy and the Missing Zep'link, Oct 25, 1914
· Smithy in the Strictest Confidence, Nov 7, 1914
· *Von Kluck's Nephew, Ginger, Nov 21, 1914
· The Race That Nobby Could Not Lose, Nov 28, 1914
· *A Day with the Crown Prince, Dec 5, 1914
· Smithy on Strategy, Jan 2, 1915
· Smithy on Recruiting Papers, Jan 16, 1915
· Smithy on the German Press Bureau, Jan 30, 1915
· Smithy on Frightfulness, Feb 6, 1915
· Smithy on the Dardanelles, Mar 20, 1915
· Smithy on Nodal Points, Apr 3, 1915
· Smithy on Drink, Apr 17, 1915
· Smithy on Paper-Burning, Jun 12, 1915, 1915
· Smithy (no further title), Jul 24, 1915
· Smithy (no further title) , Aug 7, 1915
· Smithy on the "Hide-the-Truth" Press, Aug 14, 1915
· Smithy on America, Aug 28, 1915
· Smithy on Soldiering, Sep 4, 1915
· Smithy on Broadsheets, Sep 11, 1915
· Smithy on Reprisals, Sep 18, 1915
· Smithy on Jaw, Sep 25, 1915
· Smithy on Reticence, Oct 2, 1915
· Smithy on the Crisis, Oct 9, 1915
· Smithy (no further title), Oct 30, 1915
· Smithy on Asquith, Nov 6, 1915
· Smithy: A Football Match, Nov 13, 1915
· A Day with Winston, Nov 20, 1915
· On Hypnotism (as related by Nobby Clark), Nov 27, 1915
· The Honour of the House of Smithy, Dec 4, 1915
· On Fighting (by Smithy), Dec 18, 1915
· "Starving the Germans" (by Smithy), Jan 15, 1916
· "On the Cabinet" (by Smithy), Jan 22, 1916
· Woodpulp (by Smithy), Jan 29, 1916
· Smithy Dines with the Kaiser, Feb 5, 1916
· Smithy and the Vanishing Experts, Feb 19, 1916
· The New Captain Grip (by Smithy), Mar 18, 1916
· Winning the War (by Smithy), Dec 3, 1916
· Smithy Demobbed, Feb 8, 1920
· Smithy Demobbed: On the Disadvantages of Being Able-Bodied, Feb 15, 1920
· Smithy Back to Civil Life, Feb 27, 1920
SMITHY ABROAD (series and anthology)
A series of 24 stories published in
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Aug 12, 1908-Jan 21, 1909
Contents:
· 01. The Arms Store, Aug 12, 1908
· 02. The Baptism of Stevens, Aug 19, 1908
· 03. The Rotten Affair, Aug 26, 1908
· 04. The Batchelors' Club, Sep 2, 1908
· 05. Why "Featherwight Jackson" Enlisted, Sep 9, 1908
· 06. Smithy's Love Story, Sep 16, 1908 (collected as "Nobby's Love Story")
· 07. The Chuckajee Plate, Sep 23, 1908
· 08. The Wanderer, Sep 30, 1908
· 09. The Fight, Oct 7, 1908
· 10. The Miser, Oct 14, 1908
· 11. Nobby, Ltd., Oct 21, 1908
· 12. An Act of War, Oct 28, 1908
· 13. The Football Match, Nov 4, 1908
· 14. Thatcher's Brother, Nov 13, 1908
· 15. The Invention Craze, Nov 18, 1908
· 16. Marshy, Detective, Nov 25, 1908
· 17. The Ghost of the Brook, Dec 2, 1908
· 18. Smithy on Humour, Dec 9, 1908
· 19. Pikey's Luck, Dec 16, 1908
· 20. The Buglers, Dec 23, 1908
· 21. Honour, Dec 30, 1908
· 22. Sacrifice, Jan 6, 1909
· 23. A Surpressed Book, Jan 13, 1909
· 24. A Soldier and a Man, Jan 21, 1909
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"MAKINGS-UP" OF NOBBY CLARKE, THE (series)
A series of 24 stories published in
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jul 14-Dec 22, 1909.
Contents:
· 01. Darkie the Magician, Jul 14, 1909
· 02. The Convict of Europe, Jul 21, 1909
· 03. The Lean Years, Jul 28, 1909
· 04. How the Kents Got Their Nickname, Aug 4, 1909
· 05. The Old and the Bold, Aug 11, 1909
· 06. The Libeller, Aug 18, 1909
· 07. The Cup, Aug 25, 1909
· 08. The Dash of General Oosh, Sep 1, 1909
· 09. The Wigshire Fairies, Sep 8, 1909
· 10. A Family Affair, Sep 15, 1909
· 11. The Love Affair of Nosey (Nobby?), Sep 22, 1909
· 12. The Sanguine Chooper, Sep 29, 1909
· 13. On Systems, Oct 6, 1909
· 14. Socialism, Oct 13, 1909
· 15. Family Pride, Oct 20, 1909
· 16. The Surprising Flight of Hoggy, Oct 27, 1909
· 17. Brothers, Nov 3, 1909
· 18. The Wanglers, Nov 10, 1909
· 19. "One of the Boys", Nov 17, 1909
· 20. The Hypnotist, Nov 24, 1909
· 21. The Ghost of Heilbron Kopje, Dec 1, 1909
· 22. The Anchesters' Christmas Pudding, Dec 8, 1909
· 23. Winston Churchill and Monty, Dec 15, 1909
· 24. The Man Who Couldn't Speak the Truth, Dec 22, 1909
RETURN OF SMITHY (series)
A series of 47 stories published in
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Mar 30, 1910-Mar 15, 1911.
Contents:
· 01. The Incubator, Mar 30, 1910
· 02. The Unknown, Apr 6, 1910
· 03. The Tipster, Apr 13, 1910
· 04. The Girl in the Gallery, Apr 20, 1910
· 05. The Importance of Being a Bad Character, Apr 27, 1910
· 06. The Pageant, May 4, 1910
· 07. The Sleeper, May 11, 1910
· 08. The Poets, May 18, 1910
· 09. The Man Who Waggled His Ears, May 25, 1910
· 10. Darkie's Comet, Jun 1, 1910
· 11a. The Nine of Diamonds, Part 1, Jun 8, 1910
· 11b. The Nine of Diamonds, Part 2, Jun 15, 1910
· 12. Why Private Joy Fainted, Jun 22, 1910
· 13. The Gentleman from London, Jun 29, 1910
· 14. Battalion Orders, Jul 6, 1910
· 15. The Pool of the Moon, Jul 13, 1910
· 16. "Ferdilans" Genius, Jul 20, 1910
· 17. The Stoics, Jul 27, 1910
· 18. Nobby's Novel, Aug 3, 1910
· 19a. The Anchesters' Beanfeast, Part 1, Aug 10, 1910
· 19b. The Anchesters' Beanfeast, Part 2, Aug 17, 1910
· 20. Kitchener's Special, Aug 24, 1910
· 21. Nobby the Liquidator, Aug 31, 1910
· 22. Wilkie—Lothario, Sep 7, 1910
· 23a. Nobby's Ghost: 1. The Warning, Sep 14, 1910
· 23b. Nobby's Ghost: 2. The Manifestation, Sep 21, 1910
· 24. "Marshy", Sep 28, 1910
· 25. The Intellectual Soldier, Oct 5, 1910
· 26. The Promotion of Mrs. Fipps, Oct 12, 1910
· 27. A Family Affair, Oct 19, 1910
· 28. On Gratuitous Resistance, Oct 26, 1910
· 29. Mainly About Women, Nov 2, 1910
· 30. The Little Terror, Nov 9, 1910
· 31. The Murderer, Nov 16, 1910
· 32. The Arguer, Nov 23, 1910
· 33. The Spy, Nov 30, 1910
· 34. Nobby's Father Again, Dec 7, 1910
· 35. Nobby Clark's Christmas Number, Dec 14, 1910
· 36. A Real Christmas, Dec 21, 1910
· 37. The Stupidity of Nobby Clark, Dec 28, 1910
· 38. A Matter of Hygiene, Jan 4, 1911
· 39. Good Resolutions, Jan 11, 1911
· 40. A Sense of Duty, Jan 18, 1911
· 41. Smithy and the Stepney Siege, Jan 25, 1911
· 42. The Persuasive Girl, Feb 1, 1911
· 43a. The Anchester Oracle: 1. How Smithy Got the Job, Feb 8, 1911
· 43b. The Anchester Oracle: 2. How Nobby Prophesised, Feb 15, 1911
· 44. Nobby, Recluse and Philosopher, Feb 22, 1911
· 45. The Girl at the Corner Shop, Mar 1, 1911
· 46. The Yellow Rock, Mar 8, 1911
· 47. "06614", Mar 15, 1911
SMITHY AND THE HUN (anthology)
Contents:
· 01 The Military Anarchist
· 02. The Heroics of Private Parker
· 03. At Mons
· 04. Smithy On News
· 05. On The Lawyer in War
· 06. Von Kluck's Nephew
· 07. On Meaning Well
· 08. The Persevering Soldier
· 09. A Day With The Crown Prince
· 10. Nobby and the Lamb
· 11. Nobby and the Missing Zep'link
· 12. On The German Fleet
· 13. On W.O. Genius
· 14. On Recruiting
· 15. The Strategist
· 16. Smithy Surveys The Land
· 17. Lieutenant X
· 18. The Letter-Writer
· 19. The Weather Prophet
· 20. The Interpreter
· 21. Nobby in a Romantic Vein
C. Arthur Pearson Ltd., London, 1915
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NOBBY (anthology) — variant title: "Smithy's Friend Nobby"
Contents:
· 01. Nobby's Best Girl
· 02. Authorship
· 03. Private Clark's Will
· 04. On Advertising
· 05. On Promotion
· 06. Number 2 Magazine
· 07. Smithy — Ambassador
· 08. Hogmanay
· 09. On Finance
· 10. The Heroes
· 11. The Competitors
· 12. Uncle Joe's Tract
· 13. The Baa-Lamb
· 14. Nobby's Double
· 15. The Fighting Anchesters
· 16. Secret Signs
· 17. The Faith of Private Simpson
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
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OTHER "SMITHY" STORIES
Title and place of first publication:
· Army Reform—Opinions of Private Smith, The Daily Mail, London, Sep ?, 1906
SMITHY'S FRIEND NOBBY — see "Nobby"
SMITHY, NOT TO MENTION NOBBY CLARK AND SPUD MURPHY — see "Smithy"

6. THE "RINGER" SERIES

GAUNT STRANGER, THE (novel)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1925
RINGER, THE (playscript based on "The Gaunt Stranger"; co-authored by Sir Gerald Dumaurier)
Premiered at Wyndham's Theatre, London, 1926, and scheduled for a run of 410 performances
RINGER, THE (novel based on the playscript)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
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Dramatised as "The Ringer", 1929
For a filmography of this novel, see "The Ringer" in the section "PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS"
AGAIN THE RINGER — US title: THE RINGER RETURNS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Man with the Red Beard
· The Case of the Home Secretary
· The Murderer of Many Names
· A Servant of Women
· The Trimming of Paul Lumière
· The Blackmail Boomerang, aka "A Blackmail that Proved a Boomerang"
· Miss Brown's £7,000 Windfall
· The End of Mr. Bash — The Brutal
· The Complete Vampire
· The Swiss Head Waiter
· The Escape of Mr. Bliss
· The Man with the Beard
· The Accidental Snapshot
· The Sinister Dr. Lutteur
· The Obliging Cobbler
· The Fortune of Forgery
· A "Yard" Man Kidnapped
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1929
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8. THE POLICE CONSTABLE LEE SERIES

A series of 24 stories first published in Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 27-Jul 7, 1909
Contents:
· Mr. Simmons' Profession, Ideas, Jan 27, 1909
· A Man of Note, Ideas, Feb 3, 1909
· For Jewey's Laggin, Ideas, Feb 10, 1909
· Pear Drops, Ideas, Feb 17, 1909
· How He Lost His Moustache, Ideas, Feb 24, 1909
· Sergeant Run-a-Mile, Ideas, Mar 3, 1909
· The Sentimental Burglar, Ideas, Mar 10, 1909
· Change, Ideas, Mar 17, 1909
· A Case for Angel Esquire, Ideas, Mar 24, 1909
· Contempt, Ideas, Mar 31, 1909
· Confidence, Ideas, Apr 7, 1909
· Fireless Telegraphy, Ideas, Apr 14, 1909
· The General Practitioner, Ideas, Apr 21, 1909
· The Snatchers, Ideas, Apr 28, 1909
· The Gold Mine, Ideas, May 5, 1909
· Mouldy the Scrivener, Ideas, May 12, 1909
· Mrs. Flindin's Lodger, Ideas, May 19, 1909
· The Derby Favourite, Ideas, May 26, 1909
· The Story of a Great Cross-Examination, Ideas, Jun 2, 1909
· Tanks, Ideas, Jun 9, 1909
· The Silence of P.-C. Hirley, Ideas, Jun 16, 1909
· The Power of the Eye, Ideas, Jun 23, 1909
· The Convict's Daughter, Ideas, Jun 30, 1909
· The Last Adventure, Ideas, Jul 7, 1909
Collected as The Complete P.C. Lee in Roy Glashan's Library, Dec 2015
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9. OTHER SERIES AND ANTHOLOGIES

ADMIRABLE CARFEW, THE (series)
A series of stories published in The Windsor Magazine, Volume 34-40, Jun 1911-Nov 1914
Contents:
· Carfew 11, Vol. 34, Jun-Nov 1911
· Carfew, Withington & Co., Inventors, Vol. 35, Dec 1911-May 1912
· The Agreeable Company
· Carfew Is Advised
· A Deal in Riffs
· Carfew Entertains
· The Eccentric Mr. Gableheim
· Patriots
· Tobbins, Limited
· Carfew — Impressario
· Carfew Produces
· Why Gelden Made a Million
· Carfew and the "Mary Q"
· A Matter of Business
· One and Sevenpence Ha'penny
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1914
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ADVENTURES OF AIRMAN HAY, THE (series) — variant titles "The Exploits of Airman Hay" and "The Hazards of 'Headstrong' Hay")
A series of 10 stories published under different general and individual titles in Topical Times, Dundee, Scotland, 1924, and in The Sunday Post, Glasgow, 1931. First book edition: Roy Glashan's Library, July 2016, as "The Adventures of Airman Hay."
The Exploits of Airman Hay, Topical Times, Dundee:
· 01. The Captain's Good Deeds (Aug 30, 1924)
· 02. The Imperious Young Lady (Sep 6, 1924)
· 03. The Birthday Greeting (Sep 13, 1924)
· 04. The Mysterious Kidnapping (Sep 20, 1924)
· 05. The Oxygen Man (Sep 27, 1924)
· 06. The Passing of the Professor (Oct 4, 1924)
· 07. The Woman from Brixton (Oct 11, 1924)
· 08. The Fireman (Oct 18, 1924)
· 09. The Classical Scholar (Oct 25, 1924)
· 10. The Vampire (Nov 1, 1924)
The Hazards of "Headstrong" Hay, The Sunday Post, Glasgow:
· 01. The Hazards of "Headstrong" Hay (Jun 28, 1931)
· 02. Jean Airling Meets Her Match (Jul 5, 1931)
· 03. The Scheming Mrs. Conner (Jul 12, 1931)
· 04. "Headstrong" Hay is a Little Too Hasty (Jul 19, 1931)
· 05. Mr. Gray's Queer Request (Jul 26, 1931)
· 06. A Trap for a Trickster (Aug 2, 1931)
· 07. The Girl in Ambush (Aug 9, 1931)
· 08. She Ignored His Warning, and— (Aug 16, 1931)
· 09. The Richmond Park Mystery (Aug 23, 1931)
· 10. Hay's Last Hazard (Aug 30, 1931)
·
The Adventures of Airman Hay, Roy Glashan's Library, Jul 2016
(book and story titles as in Wallace's manuscript):
· 01. The Good Turns of Airman Hay
· 02. The Imperious Lady
· 03. The Birthday Greeting
· 04. The Mysterious Kidnapper
· 05. The Oxygen Man
· 06. The Passing of the Professor
· 07. The Woman From Brixton
· 08. The Fireman
· 09. The Classical Scholar
· 10. The Vampire
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ADVENTURES OF A GERMAN SPY IN BRITAIN — see "My Adventures as a German Spy in Britain" and "The Adventures of Heine"
ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN HEX, THE (series) — see also "The Brigand"
A series of 7 stories written under the pseudonym "E. Graham Smith" and published in The Sunday Post, Glasgow, Scotland, in 1919, featuring Captain Reggie Hex, the prototype of Anthony Newton (The Brigand).
Titles and dates of publication:
· Mr. Montague Flake, the Margarine King, Hands Over £8,000 (Feb 9, 1919); revised version printed as "Buried Treasure" in The Brigand
· The Outwitting of Mr. Theodore Match (Feb 16, 1919); revised version printed as "A Contribution to Charity" in The Brigand
· The Foiling of Mr. Harry B. Kingberry (Feb 23, 1919)
· Mr. Montague Sluis Is Caught Napping—A Remarkable Deal in Pearls (Mar 2, 1919); reprinted as "A Ricochet in Pearls" in The Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine, Feb 1967
· The Man Who Betrayed Himself" (Mar 9. 1919)
· The Secret of the Hidden Vault" (Mar 16, 1919); reprinted as "Blackmail with Roses" in The Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine, Sep 1966
· How Mr. Milson Wren Was Outwitted" (Mar 23, 1919)
First book edition: Roy Glashan's Library, 2016
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ADVENTURES OF HEINE, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· Alexander and the Lady
· The Man Who Dwelt on a Hill
· The Lovely Miss Harrymore
· The Affair of Mister Haynes
· The Man from the Stars
· The Affair of the Allies' Conference
· The Word of A Prince
· The Jermyn Credit Bank
· Mr. Collingrey, M.P. — Pacifist
· The Grey Envelope
· The Murderers
· The Passing of Heine
· The U-Boat Adventure
· Brethren of the Order
· The World Dictator
· The Syren
· The Coming of the Bolsheviks
· The Going of Heine
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1919
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BIG FOUR, THE (anthology) — variant title: "Crooks of Society"
Contents:
· The Big Four Syndicate and the Man Who Smashed It
· The Burglary at Goodwood
· Baccarat at Cowes (Policy Sleuth #3)
· A Race at Ostend
· The Heppleworth Pearls
· "Pinky" and the Bank Manager
· The Star of the World (Policy Sleuth #6
· Bob Brewer's Biggest Coup
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929
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BLACK, THE (anthology) — variant title: "Blackmailers I Have Foiled"
Contents:
· The Case of Lady Purseyence
· The Wife of Sir Ralph Cretapace
· The Case of Mrs. Anthony Statmore
· The Mystery of the Bishop's Chair
· The Twenty-Thousand-Pound Kiss
· How a Crook Spoofed Another
· A Doctor's Jollification and its Sequel
· The Sooper Speaking
· Warm and Dry
· The Millionaire's Secret
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929
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BLACK AVONS, THE (series)
1. How They Fared in the Times of the Tudors
George Gill & Sons, London, 1925
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2. Roundhead and Cavalier
George Gill & Sons, London, 1925
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3. From Waterloo to the Mutiny
George Gill & Sons, London, 1925
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4. Europe in the Melting Pot
George Gill & Sons, London, 1925
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BLACKMAILERS I HAVE FOILED (anthology) — see "The Black"
BRIGAND, THE (anthology) — see also "The Adventures of Captain Hex"
Contents:
· A Matter of Nerve, aka "The Nerve of Tony Newton"
· On Getting an Introduction
· Buried Treasure, aka "The Deadly Mr. Lyon"
· A Contribution to Charity
· The Lady in Grey
· Anthony the Bookmaker, aka "Tony Newton — Bookmaker"
· The Plum-Pudding Girl
· The Guest of the Minnows
· The Bursted Election, aka "Vote for Tony Newton"
· The Joker, aka "The Joke of a Lifetime"
· Kato
· The Graft
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
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CAT-BURGLAR, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Cat-Burglar
· The Pick-Up
· Discovering Rex
· The Clue of Monday's Settling
· Establishing Charles Bullivant
· Sentimental Simpson
· White Stocking
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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CHICK (anthology)
Contents:
· Chick
· For One Night Only
· A Writ of Summons
· Spotting The Lady
· Chick, Waiter
· A Lesson in Diplomacy
· The First Dispatch
· The Oilfield
· In The Public Eye
· Courage
· The Man from Toulouse
· The Beating of the Middle-Weight
Ward Lock & Co., London, 1923
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CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE (anthology) — George Newnes editon, 1929
Contents:
· Circumstantial Evidence
· The Child of Chance
· The Dear Liar
· The Mediaeval Mind
· The Looker and the Leaper
· The Christmas Princess
· The Treasure of the Kalahari
· Indian Magic
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE (anthology) — WSP editon, 1934
Contents:
· Circumstantial Evidence
· Fighting Snub Reilly
· A Romance In Brown
· Discovering Rex
· The Man In The Golf Hut
· A Tryst With Ghosts
· The Child Of Chance
· The Dear Liar
· The Christmas Princess
· Findings Are Keepings
· The Little Green Man
World Syndicate Publishing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 1934
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CLARENCE — PRIVATE (series)
A series of 6 stories published in The Novel Magazine, Dec 1914-May 1915
Contents:
· The Birth of the Sharpshooters, Dec 1914
· The Woman of Mons, Jan 1915
· The Return of the Great Unwanted, Feb 1915
· The Losing of Orlando, Mar 1915
· The Ghost of Napoleon, Apr 1915
· The Red Chocolate, May 1915
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CLARENCE CLARK, M.P. (series)
A series of 13 stories published in Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Dec 29, 1909-Mar 23, 1910.
Contents:
· Nobbynation, Dec 29, 1909
· The Mass Meeting, Jan 5, 1910
· A Radical Change, Jan 12, 1910
· The Poll, Jan 19, 1910
· Clark's Poll Produces, Jan 26, 1910
· Clark, M.P., Cabinet Minister, Feb 2, 1910
· A Cabinet Crisis, Feb 9, 1910
· "Home Rule," Feb 16, 1910
· Settling the Lords, Feb 23, 1910
· Clarence Clark's Budget, Mar 2, 1910
· "Questions and Answers," , Mar 9, 1910
· The Debate, Mar 16, 1910
· The Last Phase, Mar 23, 1910
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COMPANIONS OF THE ACE HIGH, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Woman of the Lorelei
· Loving Heart and the Man with the Charmed Life
· The Kurt of Honour
· Hooky Who Played With Germans
· Hooky Patterson Dies Once
· The Man Who Shelled Open Boats
Project Gutenberg Australia, Oct 2013 (HTML edition)
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COMPLETE P.C. LEE, THE— see "8. The Police Constable Lee Series"
First collected as in Roy Glashan's Library, Dec 2015
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CROOKS OF SOCIETY — see "The Big Four"
DEATH ROOM, THE: STRANGE AND STARTLING STORIES (anthology)
Contents:
· The Poisoners
· Before Witnesses
· Halley's Comet, the Cowboy and Lord Dorrington
· Lord Exenham Creates a Sensation
· One Night in Somerset
· The Barford "Snake"
· The Black Grippe
· The Day the World Stopped, aka "The Sodium Lines"
· The Death Room
· The Devil Light
· The Limp of the Clan Chen
· The Slip
· While the Passengers Slept
· The Forest of Happy Thoughts, aka "The Forest of Happy Dreams"
William Kimber & Co. Ltd., London, 1986
DETECTIVE WHO LOST HIMSELF, THE (series) — title of "The Strange Lapses of Larry Loman" (qv) used in The Illustrated Detective Magazine (1932)
THE EARL OF NOWHERE
Contents:
· The King's Messenger
· The Hold-Up
· The Post-Office Clerk
· The Edgware Road Crime
The New Magazine, Sep-Dec 1924
The Corner Magazine, Aug-Nov 1929
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, 2015
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ELUSIVE DUD, THE
Contents:
· The Professional Friend
· The Rajah's Emerald
· The Shy Mr Barks
· A Deal in Ecfonteins
· The Haunted House
· The Pear-Shaped Diamond
The Glasgow Sunday Post, Dec 4, 1921-Jan 8, 1922
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, Dec 2015
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EDGAR WALLACE FOURSOME, AN (anthology)
Contents:
· The Man from Morocco (qv)
· Captains of Souls (qv)
· The Hand of Power (qv)
· The Mixer (qv)
John Long Ltd., London, 1933
EDGAR WALLACE READER OF MYSTERY AND ADVENTURE, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Governor of Chi-Foo
· The Compleat Criminal
· On The Witney Road
· The Pick-Up
· Mother O' Mine
· The King's Brahm
· The Greek Poropulos
· Kid-Glove Harry
· The Treasure of the Kalahari
· The Weakling
· Bulfox Asleep
· The Perfect Gentleman
· The Prison-Breakers
· The Stretelli Case
· The Looker and the Leaper
· The Man Who Never Lost
World Publishing Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 1943
EDGAR WALLACE SOUVENIR BOOK, THE: FOUR COMPLETE NOVELS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Four Just Men (qv)
· Eve's Island (see Captain Tatham of Tatham Island)
· The Clue of the Twisted Candle (qv)
· The Man Who Knew (qv)
George Newnes Ltd., London, ca. 1950
ELEGANT EDWARD (anthology) — see "The Exploits of Elegant Edward"
EXPLOITS OF AIRMAN HAY, THE — see "The Adventures of Airman Hay"
EXPLOITS OF ELEGANT EDWARD, THE (series)
A series of short stories published in The Sunday Post, Glasgow, Scotland, July 20-Aug 31, 1924
Titles:
· Mr. Farthingdale Meets His Match (Jul 20, 1924), collected as "Papinico for the Scot"
· A Deal in Diamonds (July 27, 1924), collected in RGL edition of Elegant Edward
· Diamond Cuts Diamond (Aug 3, 1924), collected as "The Amateur Detective"
· Edward Embarks on a New Venture (Aug 10, 1924), collected as "Mr. Macmillan Shares His Possessions"
· Back Again in Bonnie Scotland (Aug 17, 1924), collected as "A Fortune in Tin"
· Edward Takes a Hand at Rum-Running (Aug 24. 1924), collected as "The Rum-Runner"
· Untitled (Aug 31, 1924), collected as "The Mack Pump"
All of these stories except "A Deal in Diamonds" were collected and published in the book Elegant Edward.
Contents (newspaper titles given in parentheses:
· The Rum-Runner (Edward Takes a Hand at Rum-Running)
· Mr. Macmillan Shares His Possessions (Edward Embarks on a New Venture)
· A Fortune in Tin (Back Again in Bonnie Scotland)
· Papinico for the Scot (Mr. Farthingdale Meets His Match)
· The Amateur Detective (Diamond Cuts Diamond)
· Double Bluff (no record of prior publication found)
· The Mack Pump (untitled)
The Reader's Library, London, 1928, 1932
Illustrated PGA and RGL editions with bonus story "A Deal in Diamonds"
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This book provided material for the film "The Rivals", made at Merton Park Studios, UK, for the TV series "Edgar Wallace Mysteries" (Season 4, Episode 4), 1963
FIGHTING SNUB REILLY (anthology)
Contents:
· Fighting Snub Reilly
· Jimmy's Brother
· The Christmas Cup
· The Man in The Golf Hut
· A Romance in Brown
· The Perfect Gentleman
· Kid-Glove Harry
· Nig-Nog!
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
The contents of this anthology were also published in "48 Short Stories", George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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FOR INFORMATION RECEIVED (anthology)
Contents:
· For Information Received
· Snares of Paris
· A Business Training
· Miss Prentiss Tells A Lie
· A Priestess of Osiris
· The Timid Admirer
· The Jewel
· Findings Are Keepings
· The Ear of the Sanctuary
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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FORTY-EIGHT SHORT STORIES (anthology)
Contains the stories published concurrently in the following collections (qv):
· The Cat-Burglar
· Circumstantial Evidence
· Fighting Snub Reilly
· The Governor of Chi-Foo
· The Little Green Man
· The Prison-Breakers
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
FOUR COMPLETE NOVELS (anthology)
Contents:
· Nobby (qv)
· Smithy (qv)
· Tam (qv)
· Bones of the River (qv)
George Newnes Ltd., London, ca. 1925
GHOST OF DOWN HILL & THE QUEEN OF SHEBA'S BELT, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Ghost of Down Hill
· The Queen of Sheba's Belt
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929
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GOSPEL-TRUTH MORTIMER (anthology)
Contents:
· His Start in Life
· The Six Blue Rings
· As Cheap As Water
· The Agent of Kings
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, 2013
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GOVERNOR OF CHI-FOO, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Governor of Chi-Foo
· In Thrall
· On The Witney Road
· Mother O' Mine
· Jake's Brother Bill
· The Weakling
· A Tryst With Ghosts
· The Greek Poropulos
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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HAZARDS OF "HEADSTRONG" HAY, THE — see "The Adventures of Airman Hay"
IRON GRIP, THE (series)
A series of stories first published in The Sunday Post, Glasgow, in 1921-1922, under the general title "Wireless Bryce. The Exploits of a Hustling Athlete, Kight-Errant and Detective." The titles and sequence of original stories, which appeared under the house-name "John Anstruther," was:

· The Wilful Miss Colebrook (07 Nov 1920)
· The Man from "Down Under" (14 Nov 1920)
· The Tyrant of the House (21 Nov 1920)
· The Kidnapped Typist (28 Nov 1920)
· The Vlakfontain Diamond (05 Dec 1920)
· A Question of Hours (12 Dec 1920)
· The Strange Case of Anita Brade (19 Dec 1920)
· The Disappearing Lady (26 Dec 1920)
· The Case of an Heiress (02 Jan 1921)
· The Beautiful Miss McGreggor (09 Jan 1921)

The order of the first two stories was reversed when the series was published in book form.
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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KILLER KAY (anthology)
Contents: · Killer Kay
· The Air Taxi
· Battle Level
· Blue Suit
· The Business-Woman
· The Convenient Sea
· Thieves Make Thieves
· The Vamp and the Librarian
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
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LADY CALLED NITA, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Lady Called Nita
· The Man Who Married His Cook
· Mr. Sigee's Relations
· The Knight Who Could Not Kneel
· His Father's Daughter
· The Dramatic Butler
· Diana Helps
· Con-Lacto Is Strength, aka "A Man Must Eat"
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
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LADY OF LITTLE HELL, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Lady of Little Hell
· The Girl from the Ether
· Declared to Win
· The Cross of the Thief
· Bill and the Topper
· The Praying Girl
· The Custody of the Child
· Fate and Mr. Hoke
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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LAST ADVENTURE, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Last Adventure
· Big Little Brother
· The Talkative Burglar
· The Will and the Way
· A Judge of Horses
· The Pedlar in The Mask
· Mr. Jiggs Makes Good
· The Trimming of Sam
· The Winning Ticket
· His Gam
· The Devil Doctor
· The Original Mrs. Blaney
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
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LITTLE GREEN MAN, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Little Green Man
· Code No. 2
· The Stretelli Case
· The Man Who Never Lost
· Christmas Eve at the China Dog (a Tam McTavish story)
· Chubb of the "Slipper"
· The King's Brahm
· The Man Who Killed Himself
· The Undisclosed Client
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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The contents of this anthology were also published in "48 Short Stories", George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
LONE HOUSE MYSTERY, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Lone House Mystery
· The Sooper Speaking
· Clues
· Romance in It
William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1929
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LORD DERBY'S RACING MEMORIES (series)
Contents:
· A Romance of Thirty Years' Racing
· Lord Derby and His Best Horses: Swynford
· Lord Derby and His Best Horses: Stedfast
· Lord Derby's Tragic Loss
· Lord Derby's Home-bred Winners
· Lord Derby and Bogey Horses
· Lord Derby's Racing Triumph
· Lord Derby's Unlucky Race
· The Career of Lord Derby's Pharos
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, Sep 27-Nov 29, 1924
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
MAN WHO KILLED "X", THE
A series of six linked short stories first published in Weekly Tale-Teller, Harry Shurey, London, Apr 18-May 23, 1914
Contents:
· The Man Who Killed "X", Apr 18, 1914
· The Voice in the Night, Apr 25, 1914
· One, William Smith, May 2, 1914
· A Tilt with May, May 9, 1914
· An Advenure on the Côte d'Azure, May 16, 1914
· The Way of Denver May, May 23, 1914
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
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MAJOR HAYNES OF THE SECRET SERVICE
Subtitle: Written from the Notes of Captain Dane, His Chief of Staff, by Edgar Wallace
A series of short stories first published in Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland.
Contents (Wallace's original typescript titles are given in brackets):
· Deporting a Princess
   [Major Haynes and (the) Princess], May 25, 1918
· Untitled
   [The Missing Hohenzollern], Jun 1, 1918
· Untitled
   [Sunk Without Trace], Jun 8, 1918
· Beautiful Spy's Amazing Revenge
   [The German Iron Book], Jun 15, 1918
· Unmasking a Peace Plot
   [The Great Peace Plot], Jun 22, 1918
· The Search for (the) Kaiser's Secret Treasure House
   [The Treasure House of the Prussian King], Jun 29, 1918
· The Mysterious Mrs. Da Silva
   [The Question of Hora da Silva], Jul 6, 1918
· Face to Face with the Master Spy
   [The Elusive Sweizer], Jul 13, 1918
· Getting Even with a Hun
   [The Disappearance of Lady Mary Bretley], July 20, 1918
Typescripts of 11 Major Haynes stories were auctioned at Sotheby's, London, on July 12, 2007. The Sotheby's catalogue described this collection as follows:

"Description: Concerning the adventures of the American Major Hiram Haynes during World War I, eleven stories. Major Hiram Haynes has a standing order with his bookseller, to supply him with all the spy stories that are published, whether in book form or in the current magazines. He says that if he were deprived of the recreation which this form of literature supplies, life would be insupportable and the war an unrelieved tragedy.... A fine series of Wallace stories about wartime espionage. 9 Haynes stories were published in the Dundee-based Thomson Weekly News in 1918."

The catalogue lists the titles on the typescripts as follows:
· Major Haynes and [the] Princess
· The Missing Hohenzollern
· Sunk Without Trace
· The German Iron Book
· The Great Peace Plot
· The Treasure House of the Prussian King
· The Question of Hora da Silva
· The Elusive Sweizer
· The Disappearance of Lady Mary Bretley
· Ten Divisions and a Red-Haired Girl
· The Red-Haired Chorus Girl
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, Dec 2015
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THE MAN WHO MARRIED HIS COOK (anthology)
Contents
· The Man Who Married His Cook
· The Adventures of George
· Blue Suit
· The Business-Woman
· The Cross of the Thief
· Declared to Win
· Fate and Mr. Hoke
· The Girl from the Ether
· Mr. Sigee's Relations
· The Society of Bright Young People
· Thieves Make Thieves
White Lion Publishers, London & New York, 1976
MIXER, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Outwitting of Pony Nelson
· The Great Geneva Sweepstake
· A Speculation in Shares
· The Bank That Did Not Fail
· Mr. Limmerburg's Waterloo
· A Close Call and its Sequel
· How A Famous Master Criminal Was Trapped
· Mr. Sparkes, the Detective
· The Submarine-Chaser Coup
· A Strange Film Adventure
· The Girl from Gibraltar
· A Gambling Raid
· The Silk Stockings
· The Case of Dolly de Mulle
· The Seventy-Fourth Diamond
· Cinema Teaching by Post
· The Billiter Bank Smash
· The Spanish Prisoner
· The Crown Jewels
· The Professor
John Long Ltd., London, 1927
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Eighteen of the twenty stories in The Mixer were first published in The Sunday Post, Glasgow, Scotland, in 1920-1921, where they were printed under the house-author name "John Anstruther." The general title given to this series was "THE SCALLYWAGS," and, in the stories, the three main protagonists (Sam, Paul and Sandy) are often referred to as the "Scallywag Three." This sobriquet was dropped for the book version, "Sam" was renamed "Anthony" (The Mixer) and "Saul" became "Paul." Only Sandy kept his original name. No record of prior publication of two stories in The Mixer—"A Gambling Raid" and "The Billiter Bank—"could be found.
Titles and dates of publications of the original Sunday Post series were:
· The Outwitting of Pony Nelson (April 25, 1920)
· The Great Geneva Sweepstake (May 2, 1920)
· A Speculation in Shares (May 9, 1920)
· The Bank That Did Not Fail (May 16, 1920)
· Mr. Limmerburg's Waterloo (May 23, 1920)
· A Close Call and its Sequel (May 30, 1920)
· How A Famous Master Criminal Was Trapped (June 6, 1920)
· Mr. Sparkes, the Detective (June 13, 1920)
· The Submarine-Chaser Coup (June 20, 1920)
· A Strange Film Adventure (June 27, 1920)
· The Girl From Gibraltar (May 1, 1921)
· The Silk Stockings (May 8, 1921)
· The Seventy-Fourth Diamond (May 15, 1921)
· On the Movies (book title: Cinema Teaching by Post (May 22, 1921)
· The Crown Jewels (May 29, 1921)
· The Spanish Prisoner (June 5, 1921)
· The Case Of Dolly de Mulle (June 12, 1921)
· The Professor (June 19, 1921)
The first 10 stories in the series were reprinted in 1929 in the weekly Topical Times as a series called "THE SCALLYWAGS." The remaining 8 stories followed in 1930 under the titie "THE RETURN OF THE SCALLYWAGS."
Titles and dates of publication in Topical Times:
· The Outwitting of Pony Nelson (Aug 31, 1929)
· The Great Geneva Sweepstake (Sep 7, 1929)
· A Speculation in Shares (Sep 14, 1929)
· The Bank That Did Not Fail (Sep 21, 1929)
· Mr. Limmerburg's Waterloo (Sep 28, 1929)
· A Close Call and its Sequel (Oct 5, 1929)
· How A Famous Master Criminal Was Trapped (Oct 12, 1929)
· Mr. Sparkes, the Detective (Oct 19, 1929)
· The Submarine-Chaser Coup (Oct 26, 1929)
· A Strange Film Adventure (Nov 2, 1929)
· The Girl From Gibraltar (Jan 11, 1930)
· The Silk Stockings (Jan 18, 1930)
· The Seventy-Fourth Diamond (Jan 25, 1930)
· On the Movies (Feb 1, 1930)
· The Crown Jewels (Feb 8, 1930)
· The Spanish Prisoner (Feb 15, 1930)
· The Case Of Dolly de Mulle (Feb 22, 1930)
· The Professor (Mar 1, 1930)
For information about films based on "The Mixer" see the section "FILMOGRAPHIC NOTES"
MRS WILLIAM JONES AND BILL (anthology)
Contents:
· Mrs. William Jones and Bill
· The Adventures of George
· According to Freud
· Bondage, aka "Christmas Bondage"
· The Society of Bright Young People
· The King and the Editor
· Christmas Presents
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
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MY ADVENTURES AS A GERMAN SPY IN BRITAIN — variant title: "Adventures of a German Spy in Britain"
A series of stories in which a bungling, self-conceited German spy, Hermann Gallwitz, describes his exploits in Britain. Collected (with a name change) as The Adventures of Heine (qv). The stories were published without individual titles in Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, on the following dates. Some, if not all, were reprinted under syndication, e.g. in The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate, Parramatta, NSW, Australia

· Jan 19, 1918, collected as "Alexander and the Lady"
· Jan 26, 1918, collected as "The Man Who Dwelt on a Hill"
· Feb 2, 1918, collected as "The Lovely Miss Harrymore"
· Feb 9, 1918, collected as "The Affair of Mister Haynes"
· Feb 16, 1918, collected as "The Man from the Stars"
· Feb 23, 1918, collected as "The Affair of the Allied Conference"
· Mar 2, 1918, collected as "The Word of a Prince"
· Mar 9, 1918, collected as "The Murderers"
· Mar 16, 1918, collected as "The Grey Envelope"
· Mar 23, 1918, collected as "Mr. Collingrey, M.P., Pacifist"
· Mar 30, 1918, collected as "The Jermyn Credit Bank"
· Apr 6, 1918, collected as "The Passing of Heine"
· Apr 13, 1918, collected as "The U-Boat Adventure"
· Apr 20, 1918, collected as "Brethren of the Order"
· Apr 27, 1918, collected as "The World Dictator"
· May 4, 1918, collected as "The Syren"
· May 11, 1918, collected as "The Coming of the Bolsheviks"
· May 18, 1918, collected as "The Going of Heine"
NEW MAMMOTH MYSTERY BOOK, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Four Just Men (qv)
· The Secret House (qv)
· The Man Who Knew (qv)
A. L. Burt Company, New York, 1920
NIG-NOG AND OTHER HUMOROUS STORIES (anthology)
Contents:
· Nig-Nog!
· The Cat-Burglar
· Chubb of the Slipper
· Establishing Charles Bullivant
· In Thrall
· Indian Magic
· Jake's Brother Bill
· The Jewel-Box
· Jimmy's Brother
· Sentimental Simpson
· Via Madeira
· White Stocking
The World Syndicate Publishing Co., New York, 1934
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ORATOR, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Orator
· The Mind-Readers
· The Old Lady Who Changed Her Mind, aka "The Lady Changed Her Mind"
· The Sunningdale Murder
· A Bank and a Secretary
· The Man Next Door
· The Sirius Man
· The Copper Buckle
· The Case of Freddie Vane
· The Guy from Memphis
· The Detective Who Talked
· The Fall of Mr. Rater
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1928
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PRISON-BREAKERS, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Prison-Breakers
· Findings Are Keepings
· The Jewel-Box
· The Undisclosed Client
· Via Madeira
· The Compleat Criminal
· Redbeard
· Bulfox Asleep
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
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The contents of this anthology were also published in "48 Short Stories", George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929
REPORTER, THE (anthology)
Contents:
·The Reporter, aka "The Dutchess"
·The Writings of Maconochie Hoe
·The Murder of Bennett Sandman
·The Crime of Gai Joi
·The Lethbridge Abduction
·The Safe Deposit at the Social Club, aka "The Social Club Safe Deposit"
·The Case of Crook Beresford
·The Crime Expert
·The Last Throw of Crook Beresford
Readers Library Publishing Co., London, 1929
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RETURN OF THE SCALLYWAGS, THE (series) — see "The Mixer"
SCALLYWAGS, THE (series) — see "The Mixer"
SCOTLAND YARD BOOK OF EDGAR WALLACE, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Silver Key
· About Mr. J.G. Reeder
· Red Aces
· The Poetical Policeman, aka "The Poet Policeman" and "The Strange Case of the Night Watchman"
· The Stealer of Marble
· The Investors, aka "The Disappearing Investors"
· About The Ringer
· The Man With The Red Beard
· The End of Mr. Bash — The Brutal
· The Swiss Head Waiter
· The Black
· About The Three Just Men
· The Rebus, aka "The Four Just Men"
· Mr. Levingron's Daughter
· The Share Pusher
Doubleday, Doran & Co., New York, 1932
SECRET SERVICE SUBMARINE, THE (series)
Contents:
· The Rescue of Elsie Brice from Germany
· The German Navy Changes It's Code
· The Invasion That Failed
· An Air Raid on Cologne
· A Prisoner in Germany
· The Poison Gang
· The War Lord
· The Man from Dresden
· The Conversion of Minna Schumacher
· The Last Trip to Germany - The End of the Z1
· The Last Trip to Germany - The Armistice
Serialised in Thomson's Weekly News, Dundee, Scotland, 1918
(precise dates not determined)
Published under syndication, e.g., in
The Sunday Post, Glasgow, Scotland, Sep 8-Nov 17, 1918
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SELECTED NOVELS (anthology)
Contents:
· The Four Just Men (qv)
· Sanders of the River (qv)
· The Angel of Terror (qv)
· The Dark Eyes of London (qv)
· The Ringer (qv)
· The Avenger (qv)
· The Gunner (qv)
· On The Spot (qv)
· The Devil Man (qv)
Hamlyn Publishing Group, London, 1985
SERGEANT DUNN, C.I.D. — see "Sergeant Sir Peter"
SERGEANT SIR PETER (anthology) — variant title: "Sergeant Dunn, C.I.D."
Contents:
· The Four Missing Merchants
· The Desk Breaker
· The Inheritor
· Dr. Fifer's Patient
· The Burglar Alarm
· Buried Treasure, aka "The Deadly Mr. Lyon"
· The Principles of Jo Loless
· The Death Watch
Chapman & Hall Ltd., London, 1932
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SOOPER AND OTHERS, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Plum-Pudding Girl
· Warm and Dry
· The Get-Back
· The House of the Candles
· The Little Dragon of Jade
· The More-Or-Less Crime
· The Caretaker in Charge
· A Raid on a Gambling Hell
· Blooming Aloes, aka "Should a Steward Tell?"
· The Impossible Theft, aka "A Case for Angel, Esquire"
· The Monkey and the Box, aka "The Yellow Box"
· The Blackmail Boomerang, aka "A Blackmail that Proved a Boomerang"
· The Guest of the Minnows
· The Man Who Died Twice
· The Man Who Hated Amelia Jones
· The Man With The Canine Teeth
· The Man With The Red Beard
· A Servant of Women
· The Silver Charm
J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., London, 1984
STEWARD, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Steward and the Sharps
· Overdue
· The Buoy That Did Not Light
· The Left Pass aka "Dishonour Among Thieves"
· The Ghost of John Holling
· The Little Baroness
· Solo and the Lady
· The Barons of the Nimble Pack, aka "Lords of the Nimble Pack"
William Collins, Sons & Co., London, 1932
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STRANGE LAPSES OF LARRY LOMAN, THE (series) — variant title: "The Detective Who Lost Himself"
Contents:
· The Crime Trust, variant title: "The Riddle of the Wistful Nurse"
· The Affair of the Stokehole, variant title: "The Riddle of the Elusive Flower-Girl"
· The Cure, variant title: "The Riddle of the Mysterious Wedding Guest"
The Grand Magazine, Sep, Oct, Nov 1917
The Popular Magazine, Apr 7, Apr 20, May 7, 1918
The Tower, 1931
The Illustrated Detective Magazine, 1932, as "The Detective Who Lost Himself" with the variant titles listed above
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, Dec 2013
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After Edgar Wallace's death the manuscripts of three more Larry Loman stories were found.
The titles of these stories, for which no record of publication could be found, are:
     · The Cardinal of Padua
     · In Quarry Woods
     · The Passing of Grayborn
STRETELLI CASE AND OTHER MYSTERY STORIES, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Stretelli Case
· The Looker and the Leaper
· The Man Who Never Lost
· The Clue of Monday's Settling
· Code No. 2
· The Mediaeval Mind
· The Know-How
· Christmas Eve at the China Dog (a Tam McTavish story)
· The Undisclosed Client
· Redbeard
· The Man Who Killed Himself
International Fiction Library, New York, 1930
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TERROR, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Terror
· The Cat-Burglar
· The Stretelli Case
Brown, Watson, London, 1962
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THIEF IN THE NIGHT, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Thief in The Night
· Via Madeira
· The Greek Poropulos
· Findings Are Keepings
· The Compleat Criminal
· The Looker and the Leaper
Brown, Watson, London, Digit Books. No. R629, 1962
THIS ENGLAND (sketches)
Contents:
· The Crashed
· The Idle Rich
· The Impossible People
· Our Burglars
· The Surgeon
· Commonplace People
· The Precarious Game
· Parsons
· Back to the Army
· The Modern Girl
· Mushers and Riders
· 99, Something Crescent
· Police
· The Farmer
· Leaning to Learn
· Nanny
· Queen Charlotte's
· Sea Talk
· Consider Your Verdict
· Comrades
The Morning Post (illustrated by Bert Thomas), exact publication dates not ascertained
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1927
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THREE COMPLETE NOVELS BY EDGAR WALLACE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Hairy Arm (see "The Avenger")
· Blue Hand (qv)
· The Sinister Man (qv)
A.L. Burt Company, New York, 1925
THREE WAR STORIES FOR CHILDREN
Contents:
· Sentry No. 1
· The Pet of the Wigshires
· Frank the Trumpeter
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, Oct 2014
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UNDISCLOSED CLIENT, THE (anthology)
Contents:
· The Undisclosed Client
· The Little Green Man
· The Governor of Chi-Foo
· The Christmas Cup
· Mr. Simmons' Profession
· Change, aka "Mr. Sigee's Relations"
· How He Lost His Moustache
· Sergeant Run-A-Mile
· The Sentimental Burglar
· Pear Drops
· Contempt, aka "When the Jury Came to Blows"
· A Man of Note
· For Jewey's Laggin
Digit Books, London, 1963
UNDISCLOSED CLIENT, THE (anthology, PGA/RGL Edition)
Contents:
· The Undisclosed Client
· Mr. Simmons' Profession
· Change, aka "Mr. Sigee's Relations"
· A Man of Note
· For Jewey's Laggin
· Pear-Drops
· How He Lost His Moustache
· Sergeant Run-a-Mile
· The Sentimental Burglar
· Contempt, aka "When the Jury Came to Blows"
· The Christmas Cup
· The Little Green Man
· The Governor Of Chi-Foo
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WINNING COLOURS: THE RACING WRITINGS OF EDGAR WALLACE (anthology)
Contents:
· Tony Newton — Bookmaker, aka "Anthony the Bookmaker"
· A Romance of Thirty Years' Racing
· Lord Derby and His Best Horses: Stedfast
· Lord Derby and His Best Horses: Swynford
· Lord Derby and the Bogey Horses
· Lord Derby's Home-Bred Winners
· Lord Derby's Racing Triumph
· Lord Derby's Tragic Loss
· Lord Derby's Unlucky Race
· The Career of Lord Derby's Pharos
· Amazing Derby Plot Unmasked
· Amazing Revelations of Racing Roguery
· Atty Persse Bluffed
· Faking A 10 to 1 Winner
· Horses Dizzy with Dope
· How I Fooled Wootton!
· How We Tricked Donoghue
· My £6000 Swindle
· My Confessions of Turf Swindles
· My Most Imprudent Swindle
· Powdered Glass for a Derby Favourite
· Super Swindles of the Turf
· The "Mug" Who Went to Jail
· The Fake that Failed
· Turf Crooks I've Tricked
· The Derby Favourite
· The Girl Who Won at Epsom
· The Man Who Shot the "Favourite"
Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
WIRELESS BRYCE (series) — see "The Iron Grip"
WOMAN FROM THE EAST, THE (anthology, coauthor: Robert Curtis)
Contents:
· The Woman from the East
· The Chobham Affair, aka "A Christmas Present For His Wife"
· The Hopper
· The Love of Devil Hampton
· The Silver Charm
· Uncle Faraway
· The Man of the Night, aka "The Stranger of the Night"
· Patriots (rewrite of story published in "The Admirable Carfew", qv)
· The Future Lady Shelholme
· The Xmas Gift
· The Man Nobody Loved
· The Strangeness of Joab Lashmere
· Jimmy and the Doughnut
· Control No. 2
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1934
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WONDERFUL LONDON
A series of 16 stories published in the British Sunday newspaper The People from Apr 13 to Jul 27, 1924.
The British Bibliography of Edgar Wallace (Adley & Lofts, 1969) attributes all 16 to Edgar Wallace. However, only the first four actually appeared under the latter's name.
Contents:
· The Girl in the Night Club Raid, Apr 13, 1924
· The Easter-Monday Prince, Apr 20, 1924
· The Girl Who Won at Epsom, Apr 27, 1924
· The Vampire of Wembley, May 4, 1924
· The Man Behind the Opera, May 11, 1924
· The Picture of the Year, May 18, 1924
· Presented at Court, May 25, 1924
· A Deal on the Derby, Jun 1, 1924
· Wimbledon and a Woman, Jun 8, 1924
· An Ascot Adventure, Jun 15, 1924
· An Olympic Interlude, Jun 22, 1924
· A Houseboat at Henley, Jun 29, 1924
· A Goodwood Guest, Jul 6, 1924
· A Deauville Gamble, Jul 13, 1924
· A Harrogate Attachment, Jul 20, 1924
· A Matter of Preference, Jul 27, 1924
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, Nov 2014
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WORST MAN IN THE WORLD, THE
A series of 6 stories published in The Premier Magazine, Amalgamated Press, London, Jul 9-Sep 19, 1922.
Contents:
· The First Crime, Jul 11, 1922
· The Snake Woman, Jul 25, 1922
· On the Cornish Express, Aug 4, 1922
· The Master Criminal, Aug 22, 1922
· The House of Doom, Sep 5, 1922
· The Last Crime, Sep 19, 1922
First collected in Roy Glashan's Library, Dec 2015
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D. PLAYS AND SCREENPLAYS

AFRICAN MILLIONAIRE, AN (play — 1904)
Playscript published by Davis-Poynter Ltd., London, 1972
First produced in South Africa
CALENDAR, THE (play — 1929)
Playscript published by Samuel French, London & New York, 1932
First production directed by Edgar Wallace
Filmed as "The Calendar" by Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1931. Director: T. Hayes Hunter. US title: "Bachelor's Folly"
Filmed as "The Calendar" by Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1948. Director: Arthur Crabtree
CASE OF THE FRIGHTENED LADY, THE (play — 1931)
Playscript published by Samuel French, London & New York, 1932
Filmed by British Lion Film Corporation as "The Frightened Lady", 1932
Filmed in France as "Quelqu'un a tué" by Forrester-Parant Productions, 1933. Director: Jack Forrester.
Televised by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Jul 12, 1938
Filmed by British Lion Film Corporation as "The Case of the Frightened Lady", 1939. Director: George King. US titles: "The Frightened Lady" and "The Scarf Murder Mystery"
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, by Rialto Film as "Das indische Tuch", 1963. Director: Alfred Vohrer. English title: "The Indian Scarf"
CRIMINAL AT LARGE (screenplay based on the play "The Case of the Frightened Lady," 1930)
Playscript published by Samuel French, London & New York, 1934
Filmed as "Criminal at Large" by Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1932. Director: T. Hayes Hunter
Filmed in the USA by CBS Television for the series "Danger", 1951
Filmed in the USA by WOR-TV for the series "Broadway Television Theatre", 1953
DOLLY CUTTING HERSELF (play — 1911)
No further information found
DOUBLE DAN (play — 1926)
Based on the 1924 novel "Double Dan"
FOREST OF HAPPY DREAMS, THE (play — 1910)
Playscript published in One-Act Play Parade: Twelve New One-Act Plays, George Allen & Unwin Ltd., London, 1935
Based on the short story "The Forest of Happy Dreams" from the anthology Sanders of the River
FOUR JUST MEN, THE (screenplay — 1921; co-author: George Ridgwell)
Filmed in England by Stoll Picture Productions, 1921. Director: George Ridgwell
GREEN PACK, THE (play — 1932)
Novelised as The Green Pack by Robert Curtis, 1933
Filmed by British Lion Film Corporation as "The Green Pack", 1934. Director: T. Hayes Hunter
HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, THE (screenplay — 1932)
Filmed by Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1932. Director: Gareth Gundrey
KING KONG (screenplay — 1932)
Filmed by RKO Pictures, 1932. Directors: Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack
Only parts of Edgar Wallace's 110-page first draft of the screenplay were used in the final version of the film
LAD, THE (play — 1928)
Filmed at Twickenham Film Studios, UK, 1935. Director: Henry Edwards
MANAGER'S DREAM, THE (musical play — 1914)
Text and lyrics by Edgar Wallace
Music by Arnold Blake
Premiered at the Chelsea Palace Theater, London, April 14, 1914
MAN WHO CHANGED HIS NAME, THE (play — 1928; screenplay — 1934)
Filmed as "The Man Who Changed His Name" by British Lion Film Corporation, 1928. Director: A.V. Bramble
Filmed in Italy as "Giallo" (Yellow) by Anonima Pittaluga Cines, 1933. Director: Mario Camerini
Filmed as "The Man Who Changed His Name" by Twickenham Film Studios, 1934. Director: Henry Edwards
MARK OF THE FROG, THE (screenplay — 1928)
Filmed in the USA by Pathé Exchange, 1928. Director: Arch Heath
M'LADY (play — 1921)
No further information found
MOUTHPIECE, THE (play — 1930)
Novelised by Robert Curtis, 1935
MYSTERY OF ROOM 45, THE (play — 1926)
No further information found
NURSE AND MARTYR (screenplay — 1915)
The story of Edith Cavell, who was shot early in World War I for sheltering British soldiers while working as a nurse in Brussells
Filmed in the UK by Phoenix, 1915. Director: Percy Moran
OLD MAN, THE (play & screenplay — 1931
Filmed in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1931. Director: H. Manning Haynes
ON THE SPOT (play — 1930)
Televised by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Jul 2, 1938
Filmed in the USA by Paramount Pictures as "Dangerous to Know", 1938. Director: Robert Florey
PERFECT GENTLEMAN, A (play — 1927)
No further information found
Possibly the basis of, or a derivative from, the short story "The Perfect Gentleman" in the anthology "Fighting Snub Reilly"
PERSONS UNKNOWN (play — 1929)
Novelised as "White Face", 1930
Filmed in UK as "White Face" by British Lion Film Corporation, 1932. Director: T. Hayes Hunter
PRINCE GABBY (screenplay — 1929)
Filmed in the USA by the Educational Films Corporation of America, 1929. Director: Leslie Pearce
RED ACES (screenplay — 1929)
Based on the homonymous story
Filmed in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1929. Director: Edgar Wallace
RINGER, THE (play — 1926; screenplay — 1928; screenplay — 1931)
Based on the novels "The Gaunt Stranger" and "The Ringer"(qv)
Filmed as "The Ringer" by British Lion Film Corporation, 1928. Director: Arthur Maude)
Filmed as "The Ringer" by Gainsborough Pictures, London, 1931. Director: Walter Forde
Filmed in France as "Jugement de minuit" by Pallas Films, 1932. Directors: André Charlot and Alexander Esway
Televised as "The Ringer" by the British Broadcasting Corporation, Dec 23, 1938
Filmed as "The Gaunt Stranger" at Ealing Film Studios, London, 1938. Director: Walter Forde. US title: "The Phantom Strikes"
Filmed as "The Ringer" by British Lion Film Corporation, 1951. Director: Guy Hamilton
Filmed in Berlin, Germany, as "Der Hexer" by Rialto Film, 1964. Director: Alfred Vohrer. English titles: "The Wizard" and "The Mysterious Magician".
Sequel filmed in Germany as "Neues vom Hexer", 1965. Director: Alfred Vohrer
SANCTUARY ISLAND (screenplay — 19??)
Novelised by Robert Curtis, 1936
SHOULD A DOCTOR TELL? (screenplay — 1930)
Filmed in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1930. Director: H. Manning Haynes
SMOKY CELL (play — 1930)
Televised as "Smoky Cell" by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Oct 31, 1938
Novelised by Robert Curtis, 1936
SQUEAKER, THE (play — 1928; screenplay — 1930)
Based on the homonymous novel
Filmed as "The Squeaker" by British Lion Film Corporation, 1930. Director: Edgar Wallace
Filmed as "The Squeaker" by Gaumont British Film Corporation, 1937. Director: William Howard. US title: "Murder On Diamond Row"
Filmed in Berlin as "Der Zinker" (French-German co-production) by Les Films Jacques Willemetz, 1963. Director: Alfred Vohrer. French title: "L'Enigme Du Serpent Noir"; English title: "The Squeaker"
TABLE, THE (screenplay — 19??)
Novelised by Robert Curtis, 1936
TERROR, THE (play — 1927)
Novelised as "The Terror" (1929)
Filmed as "The Terror" by Warner Bros. Pictures, 1928. Director: Roy Del Ruth)
Sequel filmed as "The Return of the Terror" by Warner Bros. Pictures, 1934. Director: Howard Bretherton
Filmed as "The Terror" by the Associated British Picture Corporation, 1938. Director: Richard Bird
Filmed in Berlin as "Der umheimliche Mönch" by Rialto Film, 1965. Director: Harald Reinl). Title of US release: "The Sinister Monk"
Filmed in Berlin as "Der Mönch mit der Peitsche" by Rialto Film, 1967. Director: Alfred Vohrer. Alternate titles: "The College Girl Murders" (USA); "The Monk With The Whip"; "The Prussic Factor" (USA)
TO OBLIGE A LADY (play — 1930?)
Filmed in UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1931. Director: H. Manning Haynes
TRAITOR'S GATE, THE (play — 1927)
Filmed in the UK as "The Yellow Mask" by British International Pictures, 1930. Director: Harry Lachman
Filmed in Germany as "Das Verrätertor" by Rialto Film, 1964. Director: Freddie Francis. English title "Traitor's Gate"
VALLEY OF THE GHOSTS, THE (screenplay — 1928)
Based on the homonymous novel
Filmed in the UK by British Lion Film Corporation, 1928. Director: G.B.
Samuelson

E. POETRY

CASUALTY, A (poem)
Ainslee's Magazine, May 1902
MISSION THAT FAILED, THE (collection)
Contents:
· The Mission That Failed
· The Prayer
· The Land of the North
· Some Adventures of James Jawkins, Esq.
· James Gets A Billet
· A Crisis
· An Impression of James
· James on the Development of the Capetonian
· James on Politics
· The Greater God
· The Song of the Roodedam
· Under Which Flag?
· The Patriotic Colonist
· The Squire
· The Sea-Nation
· The Song of the Bounder
· The Giddy Little Microbe
· The Number One
· Britannian to Her Firstborn
· A Tommy's Welcome
· Ginger James
· The Departure of James
T. Maskew, Cape Town & Bulawayo, 1898
WAR AND OTHER POEMS (collection)
Contents:
· War
· After
· The Old Rule
· Britannia's Lament
· Under Which Flag?
· The Armoured Train
Eastern Press, South Africa, 1900
WHERE ROMANCE FAILS (poem)
Snappy Stories, Jan 1914
WRIT IN BARRACKS (collection)
Contents:
· War
· Army Doctor
· Nicholson's Neck
· My Pal — The Boer
· Song of the First Train Through
· The Naval Brigade
· The Armoured Train
· Make Your Own Arrangements
· Ginger James
· Her Majesty Has Been Pleased
· Arthur
· Legacies
· T.A. in Love
· Tommy Advises
· The Number One
· Britannia to Her First-Born
· Tommy to His Loureale
· The Mission That Failed
· The Prayer
· Cease-Fire
· Tommy's Autograph
· At The Brink
· The King of Oojee-Moojee
· The Song of the Town
· By Simons Bay
· The Squire
· The Sea-Nation
· Nature Fails
· The Colonel's Garden
· The People of Cecil John Rhodes
· When London Calls (Jul 18, 1899)
· Cairowards
· Ode to the Opening of the South Africa Exhibition of 1898
Methuen & Co., London, 1900

F. FILMOGRAPHIC NOTES

Over the years Edgar Wallace's stories have served as the basis for numerous films, most of which are listed above. This section lists films which were created for TV or which, although inspired by Wallace's works, were not ascribed by their producers to a specific literary source.


1. TV SERIES BASED ON WALLACE WORKS

EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERY THEATRE, THE — see "Mysteries of Edgar Wallace"
EDUCATED EVANS
A 23-episode two-season TV series made by the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1957-1958. The BBC began broadcasting the series on Oct 2, 1957. The titles of two episodes were found on the Internet:

· Educated Evans. Director: Eric Fawcett
· The Return of Evans Director: Eric Fawcett
FOUR JUST MEN, THE
A 39-episode TV series made in the UK by the Incorporated Television Company in 1959-1960. The edpisodes in this series and their original air dates were:

· The Battle of the Bridge, Sep 17, 1959. Director: Basil Dearden
· The Prime Minister, Sep 24, 1959. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Village of Shame, Oct 1, 1959. Director: Basil Dearden
· The Judge, Oct 8, 1959. Director: Harry Watt
· The Crying Jester, Oct 15, 1959. Director: William Fairchild
· The Beatniques, Oct 22, 1959. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Deserter, Oct 19, 1959. Director: Basil Dearden
· Dead Man's Switch, Nov 5, 1959. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Night of the Precious Stones, Nov 12, 1959. Director: William Fairchild
· The Deadly Capsule, Nov 19, 1959. Director:Compton Bennett
· Their Man in London, Nov 26, 1959. Director: Basil Dearden
· Maya, Dec 10, 1959. Director: William Fairchild
· National Treasure, Dec 24, 1959. Director: Basil Dearden
· Panic Button, Dec 31, 1959. Director: Anthony Bushell
· The Man With The Golden Touch, Jan 7, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
· Marie, Jan 14, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Survivor, Jan 21, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
· The Discovery, Jan 28, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Rietti Group, Feb 4, 1960. Director: William Fairchild
· The Man in The Road, Feb 11, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· Money to Burn, Feb 17, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
· Crack-Up, Feb 24, 1960. Director: Anthony Bushell
· The Miracle of St. Phillipe, Mar 9, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Slaver, Mar 30, 1960. Director: Harry Watt
· The Princess, Apr 6, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Protector, Apr 20, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Man in The Royal Suite, Apr 27, 1960. Director: William Fairchild
· The Grandmother, May 4, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Man Who Wasn't There, May 11, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
· The Bystanders, May 18, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· Rogue's Harvest, May 25, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
· The Godfather, Jun 1, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· Riot, Jun 8, 1960. Director: Anthony Bushell
· The Heritage, Jun 15, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
· The Last Days of Nick Pompey, Jul 6, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· The Moment of Truth, Jul 13, 1960. Director: Don Chaffey
· Justice For Gino, Jul 27, 1960. Director: Harry Watt
· The Boy Without A Country, Mar 2, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
· Treviso Dam, Aug 17, 1960. Director: Basil Dearden
MANN VON EATON PLACE, DER — see "The Mixer"
MIND OF J.G. REEDER, THE
A 16-episode TV series made in the UK by Thames Television Company in 1969-1971. The edpisodes in this series and their original air dates were:

· The Treasure Hunt, Apr 23, 1969. Director: Kim Mills
· The Stealer of Marble, Apr 30, 1969. Director: Unknown
· The Green Mamba, May 7, 1969. Director: Unknown
· Sheer Melodrama, May 14, 1969. Director: Unknown
· The Strange Case, May 21, 1969. Director: Unknown
· The Poetical Policeman, May 28, 1969. Director: Unknown
· The Troupe, Jun 4, 1969. Director: Robert Tronson
· The Investors, Jun 11, 1969. Director: Unknown
· The Duke, Apr 19, 1971. Director: Unknown
· The Man with a Strange Tattoo, Apr 26, 1971. Director: Unknown
· The Shadow Man, May 3, 1971. Director: Unknown
· Death of an Angel, May 10, 1971. Director: Unknown
· The Willing Victim, May 17, 1971. Director: Unknown
· The Fatal Engagement, May 24, 1971. Director: Unknown
· Find The Lady, May 31, 1971. Director: Unknown
· The Treasure House, Jun 7, 1971. Director: Unknown
MIXER, THE
A 12-episode TV series made in France in 1992 as a European co-production. Filmed in English, then dubbed in French and German. The English version was first broadcast by Yorkshire Television. in Germany the series was aired by Channel 2 (ZDF) beginning in November 1994 under the title "Der Mann vom Eaton Place". The episode titles of the English version are:

· The Mixer and the Missing Million
· The Mixer's Masterpiece
· The Mixer and the Grand Scam
· The Mixer and the Distressed Diane
· The Mixer Takes The Orient Express
· The Mixer and the Flying Ace
· The Mixer and the Four Seasons
· The Mixer and the Great Casino Swindle
· The Mixer and the Eiffel Tower
· The Mixer and the Birthday Party
· The Mixer and the Christmas Present
· The Mixer Unmasked
MYSTERIES OF EDGAR WALLACE (US title: THE EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERY THEATRE)
A TV series made at Merton Park Studios, London. Here is an alphabetical list of the episodes with their UK release dates.

· Accidental Death, Nov 1963
· Act of Murder, Sep 1964
· Attempt to Kill, Sep 1961
· Backfire!, Feb 1962
· Candidate For Murder, Feb 1962
· Change Partners, Jul 1965
· The Clue of the New Pin, Feb 1961
· The Clue of the Silver Key, Aug 1961
· The Clue of the Twisted Candle, Sep 1960
· Dead Man's Chest, Oct 1965
· Death Trap, Oct 1962
· The Double, Apr 1963
· Downfall, Jan 1964
· Face of A Stranger, Sep 1964
· Five to One, Dec 1963
· Flat Two, Feb 1962
· The Fourth Square, Jun 1961
· A Game For Three Losers, Apr 1965
· Incident at Midnight, Jan 1963
· Locker 69, Sep 1962
· The Main Chance, Nov 1964
· The Man at the Carlton Tower, Jul 1961
· Man Detained, Oct 1961
· The Man Who Was Nobody, Dec 1960
· Marriage of Convenience, Nov 1960
· Never Back Losers, Dec 1961
· Never Mention Murder, Nov 1964
· Number Six, Apr 1962
· On The Run, Feb 1963
· The Partner, Sep 1963
· Partners in Crime, Feb 1961
· Playback, Sep 1962
· Return to Sender, Mar 1963
· Ricochet, Mar 1963
· The Rivals, May 1963
· The Set-Up, Jan 1963
· The Share Out, Feb 1962
· The Sinister Man, Dec 1961
· Solo For Sparrow, Sep 1962
· Strangler's Web, Aug 1965 (not based on an Edgar Wallace story)
· Time to Remember, Jul 1962
· To Have and to Hold, Jul 1963
· The £20,000 Kiss, Jan 1963
· Urge to Kill, Mar 1960
· The Verdict, Feb 1964
· We Shall See, Apr 1964
· Who Was Maddox?, Jun 1964
RTL EDGAR WALLACE SERIES, THE
Two mini-series filmed for RTL by Rialto Film, Germany, consisting of 3 and 5 episodes respectively. The first mini-series (directed by Peter Keglevic) was made in 1994; the second (directed by Wolfgang F. Henschel) — in 1997-1998. The episode titles and broadcast dates are:

· Die Katze von Kensington (The Kensington Cat), Feb 6, 1996. Based on "The Joker"
· Das Karussell Des Todes (The Carousel of Death), Feb 27, 1996
· Der Blinde (The Blind Man), Mar 5, 1996
· Das Schloss des Grauens (The Castle of Horror), Apr 06, 2002. Loosely based on "Terror Keep"
· Die unheimlichen Briefe (The Sinister Letters), Apr 13, 2002. Based on "The Missing Million"
· Die vier Gerechten (The Four Just Men) Apr 20, 2002. Based on "The Four Just Men"
· Das Haus der toten Augen (The House of the Dead Eyes), Apr 27, 2002. Based on "The Dark Eyes of London"
· Whiteface — Der Teufel von Tidal Basin (White-Face — The Devil of Tidal Basin), May 4, 2002. Based on the play "Persons Unknown" and/or the novel "White Face"

UNASCRIBED FILMS

HUND VON BLACKWOOD CASTLE, DER
Made in Germany by Rialto Film, 1967 Director: Alfred Vohrer. English title: "The Horror of Blackwood Castle." Loosely based on "The Hound of the Baskervilles"
MANN MIT DEM GLASAUGE, DER
Made in Germany by Rialto Film, 1969. Director: Alfred Vohrer. English titles: "The Man With The Glass Eye" and "Terror on Half Moon Street" (informal US title)
MISSING GUEST, THE
Made in the USA by Universal Studios, 1938. Director: John Rawlins
SCHOKOLADENSCHNÜFFLER, DIE/THE CHOCOLATE-SNIFFERS
Made in Bangkok, Thailand, by Lisa Film (German Company), 1985. Director: Jirí Menzel. DVD release title: "Der Mörder mit der Tigerkralle" (The Killer With The Tiger-Claw)
SETTE ORCHIDEE MACCHIATE DI ROSSO
Made in Italy by Flora Film/Rialto Film (Italian-German co- production), 1971. Director: Umberto Lenzi. English titles: "Seven Blood- Stained Orchids" and "The Puzzle of the Silver Half Moons"; German title: "Das Rätsel des silbernen Halbmonds"
VIAJE A BANGKOK, ATAÚD INCLUIDO
(Journey to Bangkok — Coffin Included)
Made in Spain by Manacoa Films, 1985. Director: Jesus Franco
Based on Edgar Wallace characters

II. NON-FICTION: BOOKS, ARTICLES, SKETCHES AND ESSAYS

AL CAPONE (article)
The Sunday News, 1931 (exact date not ascertained)
ARRIVAL OF GEORGE, THE (sketch) — variant title: "George"
A tongue-in-cheek description of life with a baby
First published in The Daily Mail, 1906 (exact date not ascertained)
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Clarence and Richmond Examiner, Grafton, NSW, Australia, March 10, 1906
· The Catholic Press, Sydney, NSW, Australia, Oct 26, 1906, as "George")
CANADA'S SENTIMENTS (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
CANKER IN OUR MIDST, THE (article)
The Daily Mail, 1926 (exact publication date not ascertained)
CAREER OF LORD DERBY'S PHAROS, THE (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
CORONATION NOTES (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
EDGAR WALLACE DEFENDS THRILLERS: A REPLY TO LORD BIRKENHEAD (article)
Pearson's Weekly, London, 1929 (exact publication date not ascertained)
EDGAR WALLACE OFFERS £5,000 — to anyone who can prove he had ghosts (article)
The Daily Express, London, Mar 16, 1931
FAMOUS MEN AND BATTLES OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (anthology)
Contents:
· Sir John French
· Famous Scottish Regiments
· Lord Roberts of Kandahar
· Australia and South Africa
· Lord Kitchener of Khartoum
· Canada's Fighting Troops
· The Troops of the Indian Empire
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1917
FAMOUS SCOTTISH REGIMENTS
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1914
FASCINATION OF THE BULL-FIGHT, THE (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
FIELD MARSHAL SIR JOHN FRENCH AND HIS CAMPAIGNS
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1914
GALLERY OF INFAMY: BENNETT (article) — see "The Murder on Yarmouth Sands"
GALLERY OF INFAMY: THE DEEMING MURDERS (article)
The New Strand Mar 1962
GALLERY OF INFAMY: DOUGAL (article) — see "The Secret of Moat Farm"
GALLERY OF INFAMY: SEDDON — see "The Trial of the Seddons
GEORGE — see "The Arrival of George"
GREAT BANK OF ENGLAND FRAUDS, THE
The Great Stories of Real Life. Famous Crimes, Mysteries and Romances, Part 6, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1920's
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014 (special edition with trial transcript)
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014 (special edition with trial transcript)
HABITANT, THE — A PICTURESQUE FIGURE (article about French- Canada)
The Daily Mail, UK, Nov 28, 1903
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The West Gippsland Gazette, Warragul, Victoria, Australia, Feb 2, 1904
HERBERT ARMSTRONG — POISONER (article)
The Great Stories of Real Life. Famous Crimes, Mysteries and Romances, Part 5, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1920's
Clues magazine, Jan #2 1930
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014
HEROES ALL: GALLANT DEEDS OF THE WAR
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1914
I AM HAPPY BECAUSE I AM HEALTHY (article)
The Daily Sketch, London, Oct 5, 1931
I COULD HAVE BEEN A SUCCESSFUL CROOK (article)
The Passing Show, Dec 18, 1935
IN NEW CANADA (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
KARL LODY—GERMANY'S GREAT SPY (series)
A series of six articles published in The Post Sunday Special, Glasgow, Scotland;
· The Mysterious Mr. Inglis (Dec 29, 1908)
· Lody Poses as Coal Shipper and Tourist Guide (Jan 5, 1919)
· Lody's Plan for the Invasion of Britain (Jan 12, 1919)
· Lody Under the Eye of Scotland Yard (Jan 19, 1919)
· Karl Lody and the Mystery Woman (Jan 26, 1919)
· The Trial and Execution of Karl Lody (Feb 2, 1919)
First book editions Roy Glashan's Library:
RGL e-book (HTML), Jul 2016
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jul 2016
KING WHO SMILES, THE (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
KITCHENER'S ARMY AND THE TERRITORIAL FORCES (book)
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1915
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014
LEONARDO DA VINCI'S PROPHECY (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
LORD BEAVERBROOK TELLS THE TRUTH (article)
Sunday News, Sunday News Ltd., 1931
LORD DERBY AND BOGEY HORSES (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
LORD DERBY AND HIS BEST HORSES: STEDFAST (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
LORD DERBY AND HIS BEST HORSES: SWYNFORD (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
LORD DERBY'S HOME-BRED WINNERS (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
LORD DERBY'S RACING TRIUMPH (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
LORD DERBY'S TRAGIC LOSS (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
LORD DERBY'S UNLUCKY RACE (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
Winning Colours: The Racing Writings of Edgar Wallace, Bellew Publishing Company, London, 1991
MADRID BOMB OUTRAGE, THE (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
MAN WHO SAVED THE EMPIRE, THE (article)
An article about Brigadier-General Charles FitzClarence, V.C. (1865-1914)
First published in Tit-Bits, George Newnes Ltd, London, date not ascertained.
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Northern Times, Newcastle, NSW, Australia, Mar 12, 1918
· The Albury Banner & Wodonga Express, NSW, Australia, Mar 22, 1918
MONTREAL—THE LONDON OF THE WEST (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
MOTORING—THE CALM CHAUFFEUR
The Daily Mail, May 17, 1906
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Shoalhaven News & South Coast Districts Advertiser, NSW, Australia, Aug 4, 1906
· The Scrutineer and Berrima District Press, NSW, Australia, Aug 8, 1906
· The Muswellbrook Chronicle NSW, Australia, Aug 11, 1906
MURDER AT MOAT FARM, THE (article) — See "The Secret of the Moat Farm"
MURDER ON YARMOUTH SANDS, THE (article)
The Great Stories of Real Life. Famous Crimes, Mysteries And Romances, Part 4, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1920's
The Murder On Yarmouth Sands and Other True Tales of Suspense (anthology), George Newnes Ltd., London, 1950
The New Strand Jun 1962, as "Gallery of Infamy: Bennett"
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014
MY HOLLYWOOD DIARY (autobiography)
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1932
MYSTERY STORIES TO-DAY AND YESTERDAY (article)
The Bookman, Hodder & Stoughton, 1929
NEW SPY, THE (article)
Life (Australian magazine), Aug 1928
PEOPLE (autobiography)
Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1926
Also published as "Edgar Wallace: A Short Autobiography" and "E.W. By Himself"
RAID, THE (article)
A report about a Zeppelin bomb attack on London
Published under syndication in, e.g.:
· The Daily Advertiser, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia, Nov 20, 1915
REALITIES OF WAR, THE (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
REAL SHELL-MAN: THE STORY OF CHETWYND OF CHILWELL, THE (book)
John Waddington, London, 1919
A short book (64 pp) about shell-making during World War I
RED PAGES FROM TSARDOM (article series)
Contents:
· Peter The Great's Beginnings
· Peter The Butcher
· Catherine Arrives
· After Peter
· The Ways of Elizabeth
· Murder
· Expediency
· Catherine's Lovers
· Catherine's Successor
The Daily Mail, London, 1906 (exact publication dates not ascertained)
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2012
RELEASE OSCAR SLATER! (article)
John Bull, #41, Odhams Press, London, 1927
REPORTS FROM THE BOER WAR — a PGA/RGL special (see also "Unofficial Despatches of the Anglo-Boer War")
Contents:
· With Carrington Through Rhodesia
· The Eland's River Garrison
· The Rebel and the Psalmist
· The Birth of a Corps
· The Better Path
· The Coming of De Wet
· Capetown To-Day—The City of Refuge
· Out on the Veldt—The Death of Queen Victoria
· Kitchener-The General
· Why We Lost De Wet—Three Good Reasons
· A Nice War
· Profit and Loss—The Invasion Account
· Tragedy—A South African Sketch
· That Victorian!—A South African Sketch
· Mrs. Reservist
· A Bird's Eye View of the War
· "Kitchener's the Bloke"
· A Veldt Aldershot—A Picture of Bloemfontein
· That Tired Feeling!
· A Sunday Morning City
· In Death's Eye
· America's Bid for the Rand
· Sops to Sentiment—Settlement Problems
· The Vlakfontein Horror
· The Censorship
· A Letter from Brother Boer
· The Baser Kind of Boer
· How The Public Is Deprived of News
· Why the War Drags
· The Forgotten One Hundred Thousand
· A Little Pessimism
· The King and His Army
· Lord Kitchener's Proclamation
· The Treachery Of Boer Women
· The Great War Muddle
· An Alarm at Cradock
· Moral of Gough's Defeat
· Never Under Fire
· The Glorious Story of Itala
· At a Trial for Treason
· What Does the End Mean?
· Pro Patria—The Empire Builder
· Fighting in the Mist
· War—From a Saloon Window
· In Search of a Fight
· Justice—How a Traitor Died
· The Rocks Ahead—Lord Milner's Difficult Task
· Johannesburg of Today—Return of First-Class Refugees
· Christmas Day on the Veldt—Dinner in the Blockhouses
· The Art of Conspiracy
· The Concentration Camps—A Justification
· In Blockhouse Street
· A Little Operation—The Skill of Hospital 13
· Storyettes of War—The Humourous Side of the Campaign
· The Night of the Drive—In a Blockhouse
· Peace Factors—The Justification for a General Surrender
· The Backbone of the Army
· Home Again—The End of a Period
· Back from the War—The Return of Smithy
· Mr. Chamberlain's Visit
· Ishmael
· Lord Milner—The Autocrat of South Africa
· Africa To-Day—The Beaten Boer
· The Slums of Johannesburg
· Soldiers Of Mercy—A Battlefield Pen Picture
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2012
SCOTLAND YARD AND ITS CRIMINALS (article)
The Listener, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1931 (exact publication date not ascertained)
ROMANCE OF THIRTY YEARS' RACING, A (article)
All Sports, Amalgamated Press, London, 1924 (exact publication date not ascertained)
SECRET OF THE MOAT FARM, THE (article) — variant titles: "The Murder at Moat Farm" and "Gallery of Infamy: Dougal"
The Great Stories of Real life, Part 2, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1924
The New Strand May 1962, as "Gallery of Infamy:Dougal"
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014
SOME STORIES OF KING ALFONSO (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
SPAIN, CANADA AND OTHER TOPICS (a collection of articles)
Contents:
· In New Canada
· Montreal—The London of the West
· Canada's Sentiments
· The King Who Smiles
· The Madrid Bomb Outrage
· Some Stories of King Alfonso
· The Fascination of the Bull-Fight
· Coronation Notes
· Leonardo da Vinci's Prophecy
· The Realities of War
· With Military Honours · To Soothe the Savage Breast
The Daily Mail (exact publication dates not ascertained)
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2012
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2012
STANDARD HISTORY OF THE WAR, THE, VOLUME I
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1914
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014
STANDARD HISTORY OF THE WAR, THE, VOLUME II
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1915
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014
STANDARD HISTORY OF THE WAR, THE, VOLUME III
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2104
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014
STANDARD HISTORY OF THE WAR, THE, VOLUME IV
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1916
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 1914
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 1914
"TOMMY" (article)
Ideas, Hulton & Co., London, Jan 30, 1905
TO SOOTHE THE SAVAGE BREAST (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
TURNING OUT A TOMMY (article)
The Royal Magazine, Nov 1914
SUBURBAN LOTHARIO, THE (article)
First published, without a title, as an introduction to the book The Trial of Patrick Herbert Mahon, Charles Scribner's Sons, London, 1928
The Edgar Wallace Mystery Magazine, May 1965
PGA e-book (HTML), Feb 2014
RGL e-book (EPUB), Feb 2014
TRIAL OF PATRICK HERBERT MAHON, THE (book)
Charles Scribner's Sons, London, 1928
TRIAL OF THE SEDDONS, THE (article) — variant title: "Gallery of Infamy: Seddon"
The Great Stories of Real Life. Famous Crimes, Mysteries And Romances, Part 6, George Newnes Ltd., London, 1920's
Clues magazine, Feb #1 1930
The Trial of the Seddons and Other True Tales of Suspense (anthology), George Newnes Ltd., London, 1930
The New Strand Apr 1962, as "Gallery of Infamy: Seddon"
PGA e-book (HTML), Jan 2014 (special edition with trial transcript)
RGL e-book (EPUB), Jan 2014 (special edition with trial transcript)
TRUTH ABOUT LLOYD GEORGE, THE (article)
Sunday News, Sunday News Ltd., 1931
UNDER FIRE (article)
The Royal Magazine, C. Arthur Pearson, London, Dec 1914
UNOFFICIAL DESPATCHES OF THE ANGLO-BOER WAR — see also "Reports from the Boer War"
Contents:
· The City of Refuge
· The Fabric of Hate
· The Rebel and the Psalmist
· The Rain That Stopped
· De Wet's Plan
· Price of Peace
· To Arms!
· Amateur De Wets
· The Birth of A Corps
· The Shadow Over The Land
· The Better Path
· The Coming of De Wet
· Plumer's Flight
· Homeward Bound
· The LastFight
· Why We Lost De Wet
· Profit and Loss
· A Nice War
· Tragedy
· That Victorian!
· Doing Nothing
· "Previously Unreported"
· Atkins
· A Veldt Aldershot
· That Tired Feeling
· A Sunday Morning
· America's Bid for the Rand
· Sops to Sentiment
· In Death's Eye
· A Day in Kent
· "Cannot Accept Responsibility"
· Tips That Pass in The Night
· Trumps Without Honours
· The Intervening Black
· Heroes of the Cotton Waste
· Reconstructing—An Estimate
· Forces Despised
· Rebellion Made Easy
· Related Justice
· The Coming Struggle
· What Shall Be The Verdict?
Hutchinson & Co., London, 1901
The Daily Mail (exact dates of publication not ascertained=
WAR OF THE NATIONS, THE (editor and contributor)
The War of the Nations was an illustrated weekly magazine published from 1914 to 1919. It contained a continuous history of World War I. The issues which comprised volume 1 and 2 (1915) were edited by William Le Queux. Edgar Wallace edited the magazine and wrote the history articles for the following issues:

· Volume 2-4, 1915
· Volume 5-7, 1916
· Volume 8-9, 1917
George Newnes Ltd., London, 1914-1919
WITH MILITARY HONOURS (article) — see "Spain, Canada and Other Topics"
WOMAN THE WARRIOR (article)
The Royal Magazine, Aug 1916
(an article on the role of women after World War I)