The Film Mystery is written by Arthur B. Reeve.
A volume of two stories in which a young girl dreads the return of a spurned lover, and the interest of two bankers is aroused by a man carrying a large cash-box around town.
The Gold of the Gods is a novel written by Arthur B. Reeve.
This book is to find the missing bullet which will settle the fact that murder and not suicide ended George Hammond's life.
The Great Impersonation is written by E. P. Oppenheim.
This haunting tale concerns two men who vie for the same lovely lass.
The Westwick family experiences strange occurrences at the Palace Hotel where, unbeknownst to them, a murder took place years ago.
The Maurice LeBlanc's gentleman thief returns in this intricately plotted tale of disguises, loot, and love. Once more Lupin is at large, snatching fortunes from under the noses of the wealthy.
Detective Monsieur Lecoq finishes solving a bizarre triple murder on the streets of Paris.
Along The Pall Mall the taxi in which she was seated gained considerably, but in the Park and along the Bird Cage Walk both the other taxies, risking the police regulations, drew almost alongside.