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THE WORKS OF BERTRAM ATKEY
(1880-1952)

A BIBLIOGRAPHY COMPILED BY ROY GLASHAN

Sources:

FictionMags Index

WorldCat Database

Version Date: 2022-09-16



Names of series and/or series character are given in parentheses




* The Academy for Traitors [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1915

* The Adventure of "J. Bird" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, May 1910, as "J. Bird"
  All Around Magazine, March 1916

* The Adventure of Lord Fortworth's Exit [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923
  The Blue Book Magazine, December 1924, as "Exit Lord Fortworth"

* The Adventure of "The Brain" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, January 1910
  All Around Magazine, December 1915

* The Adventure of the House with the Baboons [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1910, as "The Place with the Baboons"
  All Around Magazine, April 1916
  The Armchair Detective, Spring 1980

* The Adventure of the Lost Rajah [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1924, as "The Lost Rajah"

* The Adventure of the Mogador Spider [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923
  The Blue Book Magazine, October 1924, as "The Mogador Spider"

* The Adventure of the Pig-Iron King [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, March/April 1910, as "A Pig-Iron King"
  All Around Magazine, February 1916

* The Adventure of the Rajah's Commission [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923
  The Blue Book Magazine, November 1924, as "The Rajah's Commission"

* The Adventure of the Turncoats [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, February 1910, as "The Turncoats"
  All Around Magazine, January 1916

* The Adventure of the Two Gentlemen from San Francisco [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, October 1910, as "Two Gentlemen from San Francisco"
  All Around Magazine, May 1916

* The Adventure of the Wine Vaults [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1925, as "Wine-Vaulting Ambition"

* The Affair at the Closed Hotel [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, August 1916
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1928

* The Affair of Feosa Doza [Prosper Fair, the Duke of Devizes] (story)
  The Red Magazine, February 20 1920

* The Affair of Wishbone (story)
  The Yellow Magazine, November 18 1921

* After Dark (story)
  The Strand Magazine, December 1922
  The Grand Magazine, July 1933

* An Ally of the Wild (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, August 15 1918

* The Amazing Mr. Bunn (collection)
  George Newnes, London, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1916, 1920, 1934
  Macdonald & Co., London, 1949 

* The Amazing Mr. Bunn (series):The Adventure of "The Brain" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
          The Grand Magazine, January 1910
          All Around Magazine, December 1915 

   — The Adventure of the Turncoats [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, February 1910, as "The Turncoats"
           All Around Magazine, January 1916 

   — The Adventure of the Pig-Iron King [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, March/April 1910, as "A Pig-Iron King"
           All Around Magazine, February 1916 

   — The Adventure of "J. Bird" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, May 1910, as ""J. Bird""
           All Around Magazine, March 1916 

   — The Adventure of the House with the Baboons [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, July 1910, as "The Place with the Baboons"
           All Around Magazine, April 1916 

   — The Adventure of the Two Gentlemen from San Francisco [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, October 1910, as "Two Gentlemen from San Francisco"
           All Around Magazine, May 1916 

* The Amazons of the Crypt [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, August 1915

* "And One Thing Led to Another" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1911
  New Story Magazine, May 1915
 	
* Arsenic and Gold : A Mystery-Adventure (novel)
  Herbert Jenkins, London, 1939
  The Penn Publishing Company, Philadelphia, 1939
  
* The Assegai [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1929
  The Story-teller, August 1929, as "The Assegai Guy"

* "The Assegai Guy" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1929, as "The Assegai"
  The Story-teller, August 1929

* The Auctioneer (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, December 1905

* Back to Babylon! [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1930

* A Bad Bit of Trouble [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1929

* A "Bald" Statement (poem)
  The Red Magazine, June 15 1913

* The Barford Heirlooms [Kotman Dass] (story)
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #142, January 1924
  The Popular Magazine, April 20 1924

* Barhall—Barbarian (story)
  The Green Book Magazine, January 1918

* "Battling" Bailey (story)
  Cassell's Magazine, June 1911

* The Beach of Assassins [Kotman Dass] (story)
  The Popular Magazine, July 7 1924
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #149, August 1924

* The Beautiful Ostrich [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1922

* Behind the Times [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1913

* The Bullfighters (story)
  The Yellow Magazine, October 7 1921

* The Busted Brigands [Count Skydoff; Christofer Zed] (story)
  The Red Magazine, December 18 1925

* By Favour of the "White Mist"  (article)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, August 1906

* The Caldron of Gold [Captain Cormorant] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1931
  The Grand Magazine, June 1933

* The Call of the Wildwater [Misguided Nature] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1932

* The Camp of the Diver (story)
  The Yellow Magazine, November 4 1921

* Captain Cormorant and the Mutador [Captain Cormorant] (story)
  The Windsor Magazine, November 1938

* Captain Cormorant Proposes [Captain Cormorant] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, December 1927

* Captain Ken (story)
  The Strand Magazine, December 1931

* "Captain London Calling" (story)
  The Strand Magazine, April 1927

* A Captain of Industry (story)
  Cassell's Magazine, July 1911

* The Capt'n (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, August 1906

* The Case of Johnnie and Willie (story)
  The Yellow Magazine, October 21 1921

* Certain Trials of Blousiana (series):The First of the Heroes (story)
           Cassell's Magazine, April 1911

   — A Man of Fire (story)
           Cassell's Magazine, May 1911

   — "Battling" Bailey (story)
           Cassell's Magazine, June 1911

   — A Captain of Industry (story)
           Cassell's Magazine, July 1911

   — Mr. Truelove, Piano Tuner (story)
           Cassell's Magazine, August 1911

   — "Mr. Right" (story)
           Cassell's Magazine, September 1911

* A Circumstance of War [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1915

* The Circus (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, September 1906

* The Clash with Lamia Colet [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1916

* Closed Trail (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, January 1 1920

* "Come Away, William!" [Hannah] (story)
  The Red Magazine, July 1 1913

* The Concession of Leopold Blanc [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, November 1910
  New Story Magazine, February 1915

* The Condors' Hoard [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1922

* The Conger-Hook (story)
  The Windsor Magazine, March 1934

* The Coward's Blow [Kotman Dass] (story)
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #144, March 1924
  The Popular Magazine, May 20 1924

* The Crocodile Crawl (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1913

* Crooked Things Straight (novel)
  Hutchinson & Co., London, 1926, 1927

* Crooks' Castle (novel)
  George Newnes, London, 1935

* The Crucified Man [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, March 1916

* The Crusade of Big Bill Bull [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, October 1916

* The Crusade of Mr. H. Busher (story)
  The Elks Magazine, December 1926

* The Daffodil Dame [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1923

* A Dangerous Salient [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, July 1923

* The Dark Guardian [Mesmer Milann, Mediator] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, January 1915

* The Dash for Easy Street [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1914

* The Deadly House [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1926

* The Deed-Hannaford Settlement [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, August 1911
  New Story Magazine, June 1915
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1925

* The Deed in the Labyrinth (story)
  The Red Magazine, December 10 1920

* Delayed of Mankind (story)
  The Story-teller, March 1922

* Deliverance (novelette)
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #106, January 1921

* The Departure of Miss Downton [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1916

* The Diamond Joss [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, December 1922

* Dimity Gay, Aunt Eleanor's Chick [Dimity Gay] (novelette)
  The Saturday Evening Post, Mar 6, Mar 13 1926
  The New Magazine, (UK), April 1926

* Dimity Gay, Daddy's Good Girl [Dimity Gay] (novelette)
  The Saturday Evening Post, April 18 1925
  Cassell's Magazine, May 1925

* Dimity Gay, Grandpa's Little Maid [Dimity Gay] /novel)
  The Saturday Evening Post, Nov 7, Nov 14 1925
  The New Magazine, (UK), December 1925

* Disentangling Hannah [Hannah] (story)
  The Red Magazine, May 15 1913

* Down the Wander-Ways with Prosper Fair [Prosper Fair, the Duke of Devizes] (story)
  The Elks Magazine, February 1926

* Dragour the Drugmaster (series):The Entry of Dragour [Kotman Dass] (story)
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #141, December 1923
           The Popular Magazine, April 7 1924 

   — The Barford Heirlooms [Kotman Dass] (story)
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #142, January 1924
           The Popular Magazine, April 20 1924 

   — The Folly of Elaine Leahurst [Kotman Dass] (story)
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #143, February 1924, as "The Record of Elaine Leahurst"
           The Popular Magazine, May 7 1924 

   — The Coward's Blow [Kotman Dass] (story)
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #144, March 1924
           The Popular Magazine, May 20 1924 

   — Little Boy Blue [Kotman Dass] (story)
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #145, April 1924
           The Popular Magazine, June 7 1924 

   — The Trap for Vampires [Kotman Dass] (story)
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #146, May 1924
           The Popular Magazine, June 20 1924 

   — The Last Ambush [Kotman Dass] (story)
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #147, June 1924

   — The Beach of Assassins [Kotman Dass] (story)
           The Popular Magazine, July 7 1924
           Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #149, August 1924 

* A Drama in the Desert (story)
  The Strand Magazine, (US),  November 1912

* "Eagle Hawked" [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, April 1920
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1922

* The Earl Maker [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, November 1911, as "The Earl-Maker of Holland Park"
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1925

* The Earl-Maker of Holland Park [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, November 1911
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1925, as "The Earl Maker"

* Easy Money (serial/novel)
  Subtitle: "The Genuine Book of Henry Mitch, His Diligent Search 
  for Other Folk's Wealth, and His Urgent Fear of the Feminine"
  The Idler, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec 1908, Jan, Feb, Mar 1909
  Grant Richards & Co., London, 1908
  Dana Estes & Co., Boston, 1908

* Easy-Money Men (series):"The Assegai Guy" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, February 1929, as "The Assegai"
           The Story-teller, August 1929 

   — The Haunted Rajah [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, March 1929
           The Story-teller, September 1929 

   — Re-Enter Rupert [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Story-teller, October 1929

   — Men from Moscow [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Story-teller, November 1929

   — The Indestructible Lady [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Story-teller, December 1929

   — The Silver Galleon [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Story-teller, January 1930

* Easy Street Experts (series):The Deed-Hannaford Settlement [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, August 1911
           The Blue Book Magazine, February 1925

   — The Earl Maker [Easy Street Experts] (story)
          The Grand Magazine, November 1911, as "The Earl-Maker of Holland Park"
          The Blue Book Magazine, March 1925

   — The House of Jewels [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, March 1913
           The Blue Book Magazine, December 1925

   — The Unexpected Lady [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, May 1913
           The Blue Book Magazine, June 1925 

   — Only Buffaloes [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, May 1914
           The Blue Book Magazine, May 1925 

   — The Rajah-Protectors [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, October 1914
           The Blue Book Magazine, May 1926

   — The Statue Stealers [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, April 1919
           The Blue Book Magazine, June 1922 

   — "Eagle Hawked" [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, April 1920
           The Blue Book Magazine, April 1922

   — The Gamble in Ghi [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, June 1920
           The Blue Book Magazine, June 1923 

   — The Firm That Flitted [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, July 1921
           The Blue Book Magazine, November 1922

   —[Untitled?] [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, February 1922

   — The Prodigal Wife [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, March 1922

   — The Condors' Hoard [Easy Street Experts] (story)
          The Blue Book Magazine, May 1922

   — The Multi-Brothered Matron [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, July 1922

   — The Beautiful Ostrich [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, August 1922

   — The Skeleton Trail [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, September 1922

   — The Hide of the Wolf [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, October 1922

   — The Diamond Joss [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, December 1922

   — The Daffodil Dame [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, January 1923

   — The Stolen Star [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, February 1923

  — Prince Rupert of Rottenville [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, March 1923

   — The Looting at Lord Le Hay's [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, April 1923

   — The Unpunctual Painting [Easy Street Experts] (novelette)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1923

   — A Dangerous Salient [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, July 1923

   — The Lost Rajah [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of the Lost Rajah"
           The Blue Book Magazine, August 1924

   — Yes, We Have Some— [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, September 1924

   — The Mogador Spider [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of the Mogador Spider"
           The Blue Book Magazine, October 1924

   — The Rajah's Commission [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of the Rajah's Commission"
           The Blue Book Magazine, November 1924 

   — Exit Lord Fortworth [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of Lord Fortworth's Exit"
           The Blue Book Magazine, December 1924

   — Wine-Vaulting Ambition [Easy Street Experts] (story)
             Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of the Wine Vaults"
             The Blue Book Magazine, January 1925  

   — Finding Eily [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, April 1925

   — The Tantalized Millionaire [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, July 1925

   — The Holiday Haul [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, January 1926

   — Trailers of the Tusk [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, February 1926

   — Two Fight for Peace [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, March 1926

   — The Deadly House [Easy Street Experts] (story)
           The Blue Book Magazine, April 1926

* The End of the Search (story)
  The Red Magazine, February 15 1911
  Adventure, January 1912

* The Entry of Dragour [Kotman Dass] (story)
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #141, December 1923
  The Popular Magazine, April 7 1924

* The Escape of Mr. Honey [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1942

* The Escapes of Mr. Honey [Hobart Honey] (collection)
  Subtitle: "An Entertainment Comprising the Curious Adventures
  of an English Author in the Gulfs of the Bygone"
  MacDonald & Co., London, 1944

  Contents (some stories renamed for book publication):
  1) First Pill: Mirrors of Glory - Mr Honey takes the 
     first of the Lama's pills and lives again through an 
     experience wherein, as Honelius, the Grand Eunuch, he
     displays himself as a person of very poor quality indeed.

  2) Fourth Pill: King's Archer - Mr Honey finds himself
     under the heel of the Norman invader, and reacts to the 
     oppression of King Rufus much as an Englishman, in his
     position, might be expect	ed to react.

   3) Fifth Pill: Tank Number One - Mr Honey returns to 
      the Prehistoric but finds no ancient splendour there—
      rather the contrary.

   4) Sixth Pill: Garden of Eden - Mr Honey goes back to 
      an extremely remote age and meets two Very Distinguished 
      Personages as well as the foremost fowl of the air in all 
      history.

   5) Eleventh Pill: Abbott's Envoy - Mr Honey is 
      transported to a period in which it was possible for 
      even a Friar of dubious personal character to be of
      great service to no less a person than King Richard,
      the Lion Heart.

   6) Fourteenth Pill: Death to the Hun - Mr Honey, 
      precipitated to ancient Rome, employs his sinister 
      talents on behalf of a beautiful Princess, to the very 
      severe detriment of an unbeautiful Hun.

    7) Fifteenth Pill: The Final Foray - Mr Honey is 
       projected to the Age of Old Romance and, with his 
       Squire, sallies forth to restore a fortune which has
       gravely diminished since the passing of King Arthur 
       — an effort in which, thanks to the Treasure 
       of Sir Bustyr de Fysshe, he succeeds.
  
* Even That Which He Hath (novelette)
  The Story-teller, May 1920
  The Story-teller, (Canada), June 1920
  Everybody's, March 1922

* An Exchange of Kingdoms (story)
  The Red Magazine, June 15 1911

* Exit Lord Fortworth [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of Lord Fortworth's Exit"
  The Blue Book Magazine, December 1924

* Exit Partridge Johnson (story)
  The Strand Magazine, April 1928

* Fat-Headed Flood [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1910
  New Story Magazine, January 1915

* The Fifth of November [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, October 1930

* The Fight for Peace [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1914

* Finding Eily [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1925

* Fintale the Merman [Misguided Nature] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1932
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1945

* The Firm That Flitted [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1921
  The Blue Book Magazine, November 1922

* The First Bowmen (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1948

* The First of the Heroes (story)
  Cassell's Magazine, April 1911

* The Fluctuations of Smiler Bunn (story)
  Short Stories, August 1912

* A Flutter in Wives [Captain Cormorant] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1928

* Folk of the Wild (non-fiction)
  Subtitle: "A Book of the Forests, the Moors and the Mountains"
  Illustrated by Harry Rountree
  Grant Richards & Co., London, 1907, 1911
  J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia, 1907

* The Folly of Elaine Leahurst [Kotman Dass] (story)
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #143, February 1924, as "The Record of Elaine Leahurst"
  The Popular Magazine, May 7 1924

* The Formula for Dragon-Fly Green [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1917

* Friar Tuck Tells All [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, September 1942

* From the Crows' Point of View (story)
  The Idler, September 1900

* Further Fluctuations of Smiler Bunn (story)
  Short Stories, September 1912

* The Further Fluctuations of Smiler Bunn (series):"And One Thing Led to Another" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, July 1911

   — The Deed-Hannaford Settlement [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, August 1911

   — The Earl-Maker of Holland Park [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, November 1911

   — A Meeting of Creditors [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, June 1911

  —  On the Wing [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, October 1911

   — The Rajah's Mascot [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, September 1911

* The Furze Folk (series):The Furze Folk I. (story)
           C.B. Fry's Magazine, ??? 1905

   — The Furze Folk II. (story)
           C.B. Fry's Magazine, July 1905

   — The Furze Folk III. (story)
           C.B. Fry's Magazine, September 1905

   — The Furze Folk IV. How Red Deer Made an Ally (story)
           C.B. Fry's Magazine, December 1905

* "Gaily the Troubadour—" (story)
  The Grand Magazine, January 1912

* The Gamble in Ghi [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1920
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1923

* Geo. H. Jay and the Bourke Oil-Bean [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, March 12 1927
  Cassell's Magazine, April 1927

* George H. Jay and the Dust Hunters [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, June 5 1926
  The Story-teller, July/August 1926

* Geo. H. Jay and the Great Chance [George H. Jay] (novelette)
  Cassell's Magazine, Dec 1928, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun 1929

* Geo. H. Jay and the Lady from Moolgamoolloo [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, October 1 1927
  Cassell's Magazine, December 1927  My Best Detective Story, Faber and Faber, 1931
  The World's Greatest Detective Stories, Syndicate Pub. Co., 1934

* Geo. H. Jay and the Lady Littlemynce [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, July 23 1927
  Cassell's Magazine, September 1927

* George H. Jay and the Lavender Blonde [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, February 13 1926
  The Story-teller, March 1926

* George H. Jay and the Leech [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, October 2 1926
  The Story-teller, December 1926

* George H. Jay and the Three-Figure Flutter [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, April 10 1926
  The Story-teller, June 1926

* George H. Jay and the Witch's House [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, February 27 1926
  Cassell's Magazine, March 1926

* George H. Jay and the Wyke Will-o'-the-Wisp [George H. Jay] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, August 28 1926
  Cassell's Magazine, September 1926

* Ghosts at Stoneylands (story)
  The Grand Magazine, February 1911

* The Gold Agent [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1917

* The Golden Goat [Misguided Nature] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, December 1931

* The Golden Lady (novel)
  Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1914

* Good Intentions (story)
  The Yellow Magazine, September 23 1921

* Great Men and Golf (article)
  Fry's Magazine, October 1909

* The Green Killer [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1917

* The Grudge and the Gold (story)
  The Red Magazine, February 1 1913

* The Hack in Hades (story)
 Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #133, April 1923

* The Half-Man (story)
  The Novel Magazine November 1915

* Hannah Forgetting Herself [Hannah] (story)
  The Red Magazine, June 1 1913

* Happy Money [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, March 1920

* The Happy Pilgrimage of Mr. Kite (series):The Affair of Wishbone (story)
           The Yellow Magazine, November 18 1921

   — The Bullfighters (story)
           The Yellow Magazine, October 7 1921

   — The Camp of the Diver (story)
           The Yellow Magazine, November 4 1921

   — The Case of Johnnie and Willie (story)
           The Yellow Magazine, October 21 1921

   — Good Intentions (story)
           The Yellow Magazine, September 23 1921

   — A Woman of Spirit (story)
           The Yellow Magazine, December 2 1921

* The Hardaway-Lucas Case [Prosper Fair, the Duke of Devizes] (story)
  The Elks Magazine, September 1926

* Harvest of Javelins (serial/novel)
  Subtitle: A Tale Out of the Easz
  The New Magazine, (UK), Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct 1922
  Cassell & Co., London, 1922
  Brentano's, New York, 1923
  Grosset & Dunlap, New York, 1923

* The Hate of Ismail Bey (story)
  Adventure, December 1911

* The Haunted Rajah [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1929
  The Story-teller, September 1929

* The Heart of the Mirage (novelette)
  The New Magazine, (UK), July 1920

* Herc Raids the Hesperides [Hercules] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, December 1929

* Hercules, Bull-Wrangler [Hercules] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, September 1929

* Hercules Cleans Up [Hercules] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1929

* Hercules Gets Away with It [Hercules] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, October 1929

* Hercules in Hell [Hercules] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, July 1929

* Hercules, the Horse Rustler [Hercules] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, November 1929

* Hercules—Sportsman: An Entertainent (novel)
  Heath Robinson & J. Birch, London, 1922

* The Hide of the Wolf [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, October 1922

* His Brother's Keeper (story)
  Collier's March 21 1931

* "Hold Up!" [Nelson Chiddenham] (novelette)
  Pearson's Magazine April 1931

* The Holiday Haul [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1926

* A Holiday Task [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, February 1913

* Honevitch the Bear-Snarer [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1947

* The Horn of Plenty [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, January 1913

* The House of Clystevill  [Smiler Bunn] (novel)
  Herbert Jenkins, London, 1940

* The House of Hard Faces (novelette)
  The Story-teller, January 1936

* The House of Jewels [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, March 1913
  The Blue Book Magazine, December 1925

* The House of Strange Victims (novel)
  D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1930

* "Howitzer No. 8" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, December 1915

* How Red Deer Made an Ally (story)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, December 1905

* How the Viper Sought Revenge (story)
  The Strand Magazine, (US), November 1906

* H.R.H. the Princess Amen and Mr. Bullworthy (story)
  The Red Magazine, December 1918

* The Incomplete Divorce [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The New Magazine, (UK), December 1920

* The Indestructible Lady [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Story-teller, December 1929
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1930

* In the Day of Defence (novelette)
  The Story-teller, August 1913

* The Intrusions of Smiler Bunn (series):The Horn of Plenty [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, January 1913

   — A Holiday Task [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, February 1913

   — The House of Jewels [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, March 1913

   — The Octopus of Garden Square [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, April 1913

   — The Unexpected Lady [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, May 1913

   — Behind the Times [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1913

* Ivan the Terrible & Co. (story)
  The Strand Magazine, April 1929

* The Ivory Horses [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1922

* "J. Bird" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, May 1910
  All Around Magazine, March 1916, as "The Adventure of "J. Bird""

* Joan of Abbeylands (novelette)
  The Cavalier July 27 1912

* The Affair of Feosa Doza [Prosper Fair, the Duke of Devizes] (story)
  The Red Magazine, February 20 1920

* "Kind of Ginger" (story)
  The Red Magazine, November 1909

* King of the Top (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, November 1 1918

* The King's Archer [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1942

* The Labours of Smiler Bunn (series):Only Buffaloes [Smiler Bunn] (story)
          The Grand Magazine, May 1914

   — Simoon the Second [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, June 1914

   — The Fight for Peace [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, July 1914

   — The Search for Eily [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, August 1914

   — The Dash for Easy Street [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, September 1914

   — The Rajah-Protectors [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, October 1914

* Lamb Love (story)
  The London Magazine, October 1928

* The Lantern of Doom (story)
  Crampton's Magazine, Jul, Aug 1901

* Little Boy Blue [Kotman Dass] (story)
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #145, April 1924
  The Popular Magazine, June 7 1924

* Little Miss Chameleon (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, November 5 1927
  The London Magazine, April 1928

* The Looting at Lard Le Hay's [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1923

* Lord of the Wild Asses [Misguided Nature] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, October 1931

* The Lost Rajah [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of the Lost Rajah"
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1924

* The Lucky Touch (story)
  The Red Magazine, August 1909

* Mac Jackson (story)
  The Strand Magazine, September 1930

* MacKurd (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, August 9 1919
  The Strand Magazine, November 1919

* The Mad Dogs (story)
  The Strand Magazine, February 1929

* The Madness of William Bull [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, July 1928

* The Maid of the Mirage (story)
  The Red Magazine, July 15 1911
  The Strand Magazine, (US), August 1913

* The Making of Mortlock (story)
  The Grand Magazine of Fiction, July 1908

* Mammoths Make Nice Pets [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, October 1942

* The Man from Krupp's [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, May 1915

* A Man of Ambition [Captain Cormorant] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1928

* A Man of Fire (story)
  Cassell's Magazine, May 1911

* A Man of the People (story)
  The Red Magazine, March 15 1910

* A Man on a Milestone [Prosper Fair, the Duke of Devizes] (story)
  The Elks Magazine, March 1926

* The Man Who Knew (story)
  The Outing Magazine, October 1909

* The Man Who Was a Miser [Prosper Fair, the Duke of Devizes] (story)
  The Elks Magazine, May 1926

* The Man with the Bombs (story)
  The Story-teller, April 1912

* The Man with the Leopards (story)
  The Grand Magazine, April 1912

* The Man with Yellow Eyes (serial/novel)
  The Popular Magazine, Dec 20 1922, Jan 7, Jan 20, Feb 7 1923
  George Newnes Ltd., London, 1923

* The Maurgayge Werewolves (story)
  The Red Magazine, November 12 1920

* A Meeting of Creditors [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1911
  New Story Magazine, April 1915

* The Men at the Mill [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1916
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1928

* Men from Moscow [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Story-teller, November 1929

* The Message on the Hearth [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, July 1947

* The Midnight Millionaire [Merlin O'Moore] series:

   — The Men at the Mill [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, June 1916

   — The Clash with Lamia Colet [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, July 1916

   — The Affair at the Closed Hotel [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, August 1916

   — The Departure of Miss Downton [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, September 1916

   — The Crusade of Big Bill Bull [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, October 1916

   — "The Pariah" [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
            The Grand Magazine, November 1916

* The Midnight Mystery (novel)
  D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1928

	* Mirage (story)
  The Red Magazine, April 1 1912

* The Miser's Romance (story)
  Lloyd's Magazine April 1919

* Miss Brown's Jewels [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1928

* The Misunderstanding with Louis XIV [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, November 1930

* The Mogador Spider [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923,
  as "The Adventure of the Mogador Spider"
  The Blue Book Magazine, October 1924

* Mr. Dass: A Novel of Pursuit and Punishment (novel)
  Hodder and Stoughton Ltd., London, 1929

* Mr. Honey Gets His Hun [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1943

* Mr. Honey Takes a Flyer in Chivalry [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1943

* Mr. Mossey's Romance (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, April 8 1933

* "Mr. Right" (story)
  Cassell's Magazine, September 1911

* Mr. Sherlock Holmes in the Case of the Drugged Golfers [Sherlock Holmes] (story)
  Fry's Magazine, November 1909
  The Armchair Detective, v15, #2, 1982

* Mr. Truelove, Piano Tuner (story)
  Cassell's Magazine, August 1911

* The Multi-Brothered Matron [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, July 1922

* The Mystery of the Axes (serial)
  The Elks Magazine, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec 1927

* The Mystery of the Glass Bullet [Smiler Bunn] (serial/novel)
  The Elks Magazine, Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun 1931
  D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1931

* The Mystery of Yeomans [Mesmer Milann, Mediator] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, March 1915

* "N" for Nelson (story)
  The Strand Magazine, August 1924
  The Saturday Evening Post, September 13 1924

* The Niche of Jewels (story)
  The Grand Magazine, November 1913

* The Night of the Garter (story)
  The Red Magazine, February 18 1921

* The Nodding Man [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, November 1915

* The Nose of Napoo [Misguided Nature] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, November 1931

* The Octopus of Garden Square [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, April 1913

* An Old Sweetheart of Mamma's, and Dimity Gay [Dimity Gay] (novelette)
  The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 20, Oct 27 1928
  The Story-teller, Mar, Apr 1930

* One Wife's Husband (story)
  The Strand Magazine, September 1913
  The Strand Magazine, (US), October 1913

* Only Buffaloes [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, May 1914
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1925

* On the Wing [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, October 1911
  New Story Magazine, August 1915

* On Time, but Too Late [Paul Van Der Pool] (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, September 15 1915

* The Outlaw (story)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, September 1906

* The Outlawed Centaur [Misguided Nature] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, September 1931
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1945

* A Palace in the Air (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, September 30 1914

* The Pale Lady (story)
  The Elks Magazine, June 1926

* "The Pariah" [Merlin O'Moore] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, November 1916
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1928

* A Parrot in Paradise [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1942

* The Passing of Mr. Wort (story)
  The Red Magazine, September 1908

* Peter in Search of Adventure (story)
  The Red Magazine, April 15 1914

* A Pig-Iron King [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, March/April 1910
  All Around Magazine, February 1916, as "The Adventure of the Pig-Iron King"

* The Pilgrim of the Links (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, September 1905

* The Pirate's Choice [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Red Magazine, August 1 1916
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1930

* The Place with the Baboons [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1910
  All Around Magazine, April 1916, as "The Adventure of the House with the Baboons"
  The Armchair Detective, Spring 1980, as "The Adventure of the House with the Baboons"

* The Poison Runner [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The New Magazine, (UK), December 1922

* Practically Imperishable (story)
  The Red Magazine, September 1909
  People's, September 1909

* The Prey of the Warhawks [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1915

* Prince Rupert of Rottenville [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1923

* The Private Assassin [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, September 1930

* The Prodigal Nephew (novel), as by "Judson Bolt"
  Co-authored by Cecil E. Hughes
  Illustrated by Fred Bennett 
  Duckworth & Co., London, 1907
  George Newnes Ltd., London, 1921

* The Prodigal Wife [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1922

* The Pyramid of Lead [Prosper Fair, the Duke of Devizes] (serial/novel)
  The Saturday Evening Post, Jun 14, Jun 21, Jun 28, Jul 5, Jul 12, Jul 19 1924
  Hutchinson & Co., London, 1924
  D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1925

* The Quest of the Grizzly-Gray (story)
  The Strand Magazine, December 1923
  The Grand Magazine, May 1933

* Ragan in Ruins (story)
  The Strand Magazine, January 1913
  The Strand Magazine, (US), February 1913

* The Rainy Day (story)
  The Strand Magazine, December 1911
  The Strand Magazine, (US), January 1912

* The Rajah-Protectors [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, October 1914
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1926

* The Rajah's Commission [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of the Rajah's Commission"
  The Blue Book Magazine, November 1924

* The Rajah's Instinct [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, May 1917

* The Rajah's Mascot [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1911
  New Story Magazine, July 1915

* The Record of Elaine Leahurst [Kotman Dass] (story)
  Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #143, February 1924
  The Popular Magazine, May 7 1924, as "The Folly of Elaine Leahurst"

* Red Coat's Strategy (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, May 15 1918

* Re-Enter Rupert [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Story-teller, October 1929

* Representing the Rajah [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, December 1910
  New Story Magazine, March 1915

* Resignation (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, June 1906

* Return, O Captain! [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1947

* The Room of the Last Chance [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1947

* Roughing It in Rome [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, July 1930

* Rupert of Rottenberg [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, July 1919

* Saccharin (story)
  The Novel Magazine, April 1919

* Salaam, Dimity Gay! (novel)
  Hutchinson & Co., London, 1928

* The Salamander [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, February 1916

* Say It with Clubs [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1930

* The Scalpers (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, December 8 1923
  The New Magazine, (UK)
  November 1925

* The Scarecrow (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, July 1906

* The Searcher of the Sands [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1919

* The Search for Eily [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, August 1914

* The Secret of Lo Fat [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1947

* Secret Treasure (story)
  The Story-teller, February 1929

* Settled Out of Court (story)
  The London Magazine, June 1929

* The Seventy-Pound Course (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, November 1928

* The Silent Player [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The New Magazine, (UK), February 1921

* The Silver Galleon [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Story-teller, January 1930
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1930

* Simoon the Second [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, June 1914

* Sir John's Vision (story)
  All-Story Cavalier Weekly June 20 1914

* Sitika (story)
  The Outing Magazine, July 1909

* The Skeleton Trail [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, September 1922

* Slave of the Pit (novelette)
  The Story-teller, January 1921
  Everybody's, August 1921

* Smiler Bunn and the Man with the Yellow Eyes [Smiler Bunn] (serial)
  The Happy Mag., Jul, Dec 1922, Jan, Feb 1923

* Smiler Bunn and the Venom Terror [Smiler Bunn] (serial)
  The Corner Magazine, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec 1931

* The Smiler Bunn Brigade (collection)
  Hodder & Stoughton, London, 1916

* Smiler Bunn, Byewayman (collection)
  George Newnes Ltd., London, 1925

* Smiler Bunn, Crook (collection)
  George Newnes Ltd., London, 1929

* Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Adventurer (collection)
  The Dial Press, New York, 1926

* Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook (collection)
  George Newnes Ltd., London, 1923

* Smiler Bunn, Manhunter (collection)
  George Newnes Ltd., London, 1920
  
* The Sons of the Chief Warder (novelette)
  The Story-teller, July 1931
  Fifty Masterpieces of Mystery, Odhams, 1937

* The Squire's Innings (vignette)
  The Tatler, May 28 1902

* The Statue Stealers [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, April 1919
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1922

* The Stolen Star [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1923

* Stowaway Aboard Noah's Ark [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1947

* The Strange Case of Alan Moraine (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1912
  People's Favorite Magazine, March 25 1919

* The Strategies of Smiler Bunn (series):The Man from Krupp's [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, May 1915

   — The Academy for Traitors [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, June 1915

   — A Circumstance of War [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, July 1915

   — The Amazons of the Crypt [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, August 1915

   — The Prey of the Warhawks [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, September 1915

   — The Trial by Terror [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, October 1915

   — The Nodding Man [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, November 1915

   — "Howitzer No. 8" [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, December 1915

   — The War-Hound Patrol [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, January 1916

   — The Salamander [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, February 1916

   — The Crucified Man [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, March 1916

   — The Tunnel and the Well [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, April 1916

* A Study in Black [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, August 1910
  New Story Magazine, December 1914

* Talons Invincible (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, February 15 1918

* The Taming of Malang Shah (story)
  The Red Magazine, October 15 1911
  The Popular Magazine, July 7 1921

* The Taming of Piggy (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, March 15 1918

* The Tantalized Millionaire [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, July 1925

* The Temptress [Mesmer Milann, Mediator] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, April 1915

* Tiger Bait [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, October 1917

* The Tipster's Monologue (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, May 1906

* The Track Trick [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, December 1921

* Trailers of the Tusk [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1926

* The Trap [Prosper Fair](story)
  The Red Magazine, August 2 1915

* The Trap at the Haven [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, August 1917

* The Trap for Vampires [Kotman Dass] (story)
 Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #146, May 1924
  The Popular Magazine, June 20 1924

* Treasure in Jaloon [Captain Cormorant] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, April 1931
  The Grand Magazine, November 1933

* The Trial by Terror [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, October 1915

* A Trifle on Account (story)
  Top-Notch June 1 1912

* The Tunnel and the Well [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, April 1916

* The Turncoats [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, February 1910
  All Around Magazine, January 1916, as "The Adventure of the Turncoats"

* Two Fight for Peace [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1926

* Two Gentlemen from San Francisco [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, October 1910
  All Around Magazine, May 1916, as "The Adventure of the Two Gentlemen from San Francisco"

* The 2,000 Hour [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  Cassell's Magazine, June 1928
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1929

* The Umpire (poem)
  C.B. Fry's Magazine, May 1905

* The Unexpected Lady [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, May 1913
  The Blue Book Magazine, June 1925

* The Unfathomable Mrs. Royelm [George H. Jay] (novelette)
  Cassell's Magazine, May 1932

* The Unknown Path (novel)
  Subtitle: A Tale of Men, Women and Great Horses
  D. Appleton & Co., New York, 1927

* The Unpunctual Painting [Smiler Bunn] (novelette)
  The Blue Book Magazine, May 1923

* The Valley of the Veils of Death [Mesmer Milann, Mediator] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, November 1914
  The Ghost Slayers, Ashley, The British Library, 2022

* The Vision of Sir John St. Cloud (story)
 Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #34, January 1915

* The Visitations of Smiler Bunn (series):The Rajah's Instinct [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, May 1917

   — The Gold Agent [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, June 1917

   — The Formula for Dragon-Fly Green [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, July 1917

   — The Trap at the Haven [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, August 1917

   — The Green Killer [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, September 1917

   — Tiger Bait [Smiler Bunn] (story)
           The Grand Magazine, October 1917

* The Vulture of the Hills [Captain Cormorant] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1931
  The Grand Magazine, April 1933

* Vultures' Haven [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, September 1921

* The War-Hound Patrol [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, January 1916

* Water Wolf's Appetite (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, March 1 1919

* The Weeping Snipe [Nelson Chiddenham] (story)
  Pearson's Magazine June 1928

* What Happened to Crandall (story)
  The Green Book Magazine, December 1917

* The Whipped Woman (story)
 Cassell's Magazine of Fiction, #131, February 1923

* Wild Work with William [Hobart Honey] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, August 1930

* Wine-Vaulting Ambition [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  Smiler Bunn, Gentleman Crook, George Newnes, 1923, as "The Adventure of the Wine Vaults"
  The Blue Book Magazine, January 1925

* The Winged Woman [Mesmer Milann, Mediator] (story)
  The Grand Magazine, December 1914

* Winnie and the Basilisk [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The New Magazine, (UK), July 1923

* Winnie and the Broken Heart [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, February 26 1921
  The New Magazine, (UK), April 1921

* Winnie and the Cat Lady [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, February 24 1923
  The New Magazine, (UK), May 1923

* Winnie and the Copperhead [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, November 18 1922
  The New Magazine, (UK), April 1923

* Winnie and the Dunoon System [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, March 11 1922
  The New Magazine, (UK)
  February 1923

* Winnie and the Gilded Cage [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The New Magazine, (UK), July 1921

* Winnie and the Lightning Conductor [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, September 6 1924

* Winnie and the Panther Man [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, October 21 1922
  The New Magazine, (UK), March 1923

* Winnie and the Poison Runner [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, December 17 1921

* Winnie and the Rajah [Winnie O'Wynn] (novelette)
  The New Magazine, (UK),   October 1921
  The Saturday Evening Post, October 22 1921

* Winnie and the Shark [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, November 8 1924

* Winnie and the Tiger Man [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, March 12 1921
  The New Magazine, (UK), May 1921

* Winnie and the Ultra-Superba [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, May 14 1921
  The New Magazine, (UK), June 1921

* Winnie and the Wolves [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, October 23 1920

* Winnie and the Woolly Lamb [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, April 21 1923
  The New Magazine, (UK), June 1923

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Battleship Builder [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The New Magazine, (UK), January 1923

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Dark Horses [Winnie O'Wynn] (novel)
  The New Magazine, (UK), September 1921
  The Saturday Evening Post, September 24 1921
  Hutchinson & Co., London, 1921, 1925

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Kind Lady [Winnie O'Wynn] (novelette)
  The New Magazine, (UK), November 1921

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Lightning Conductor [Winnie O'Wynn] (novelette)
  The London Magazine, November 1926

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Sharp Shuter [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, May 24 1924
  The London Magazine, October 1924

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Silent Player [Winnie O'Wynn] (story)
  The Saturday Evening Post, January 15 1921

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Vultures [Winnie O'Wynn] (serial)
  The Saturday Evening Post, Oct 20, Oct 27 1923

* Winnie O'Wynn and the Wolves [Winnie O'Wynn] (novel)
  Cassell & Co., London, 1921
  Little, Brown & Co., Boston, 1922

* The Wireless of the SS. "Marion" (story)
  The Grand Magazine, December 1919

* Without Knowing It (story)
  Top-Notch Magazine, May 15 1917

* Wolf-Dogs Assorted [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, March 1930

* The Wolfmaster (story)
  The Corner Magazine, September 1922

* A Woman of Spirit (story)
  The Yellow Magazine, December 2 1921

* The Woman Who Talked Too Much (story)
  The Strand Magazine, December 1930
  The Grand Magazine, January 1934

* The Woman with the Wolves (novelette)
  The Red Magazine, May 15 1911
  Adventure, October 1911

* The Wonderful Day (story)
  The Grand Magazine, August 1919
  The Popular Magazine, April 20 1921

* Yes, We Have Some— [Smiler Bunn] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, September 1924

* [Untitled?] [Easy Street Experts] (story)
  The Blue Book Magazine, February 1922


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