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1830
February
Vidocq and the Sexton

1834
A Story of Circumstantial Evidence

1837
September

The Secret Cell

1838

March
The Cork Leg
September
Unpublished Passages in the life of Vidocq
Marie Laurent
October
Doctor D’Arsac
November
The Seducer
December
The Bill of Exchange

1839
January
The Strange Discovery
February
The Gambler's Death
March
Pierre Louvois
April
Jean Monette
May
The Conscript’s Revenge

1841
April
The Murders in the Rue Morgue

1842-3
The Mystery of Marie Roget

1844
October
The Purloined Letter
November
Thou Art the Man!

1845
August
The Innocent Convict. A Tale.

1846
April
The Trailor Murder Mystery

1848
December

Mademoiselle Jabirouska

1849
September
The Gambler’s Revenge
November
Guilty or Not Guilty?

1850
February
The Female Assassin
September
The Pursuit
October
The Butcher’s Story―A Detective Police Party
November
Villainy Outwitted
The Twins

1851
January
Robber’s Revenge
March
The Revenge
Two “Detective” Anecdotes
April
Legal Metamorphoses
June
Mary Kingsford
July
The Metropolitan Protectives

1852
Circumstantial Evidence
January
Flint Jackson
May
Crime Detected
June
Edward Drysdale
September
The Incendiary
A Reminiscence of a Bow-Street Officer
October
A Dark Chapter from the Diary of a Law Clerk

1853
October
The Partner

1854
January
The Temptress

1855
February
A Lawyer’s Story
The Murder in the Room
March
Mag Dufries: or, The Lost Child
June
The Forecastle Story
July
A Mysterious Burglar
August
The Mysterious Occurrence in Lambeth

1856
January
Mr. Snicker’s Misadventure
April
The Two Nephews
May
The Dead Man’s Inn
Helen Montressor, or Judge Remsen’s First . . .
August
The Diamond Cross; or The Female Assassin
September
An Alibi
October
An Unexpected Witness
Tally-ho Thompson
November
Thrilling Adventure in a Gaming House

1857
Bigamy or Not Bigamy?
Brother and Sister
The Chest of Drawers
The Diamond Necklace
Ellen Stephenson
Every Man His Own Lawyer
Jane Eccles
The Left-hand Glove; or, Circumstantial . . .
A Life Assurance
Malvern Versus Malvern
The Puzzle
The Wife’s Evidence
January

A Police-Officer’s Seven Thousand Miles’ . . .
Adventure in a Gaming House
The Pedler’s Story
February
The Gramercy Park Mystery
March
An Adventure in Paris
May
A Scene in a Jury-Room
June
The Two-Fingered Assassin
July
Vidocq’s Last Exploit
How Bob Bolter’s Prisoner Escaped
August
The Detective Officer
Another Glimpse at my Hotel
The Disguised Robber
The Bank Vault
November
Retired from the Force
Anecdotes of Vidocq, the French Detective

1858
January
Finding a Criminal
The Colonel’s Will
February
A Marriage Tragedy
The Pet of the Law
April
Who is the Thief?
The Culprit Judge
The Left-Handed Thief
May
The Black Satin Gown or, Murder Will Out
Story of a Detective “Expert”
June
Assassin of Castellane
Unexpected Evidence
Proverb Proved
August
A Sick Robber: and How Tim Cured Him
September
The Smuggler’s Cave
October
Coming out of Exile; or the Diamond . . .
The Button
My Mysterious Neighbors
Torn Newspaper; or Circumstantial Evidence
December
T4FG2G: A Detective Experience

1859
Chief Allfudge’s Intructions to the NY Police
January

The Odd Glove, or Tricks upon Travelers
February
In a Cellar
The Porcelain Button
March
A Hunt on the Highway
April

A Curious Stratagem
The Costly Kiss
June
Pretty Meggy Heywood: A Tale of . . .
Lost, Stolen or Strayed
Mysterious Deaths at Castellane
September

A Camp Adventure
The Guest Chamber of the Inn at St. Ives
November

My German Tutor
The Double Elopement
December

The Young Widow
The Robbery of Plate
The English Highwayman

1860
February
The Mule Driver
February-March
Aunt Janet’s Diamonds
May
The Dog Detective
June
The Car Acquaintance; or, The Two Bits of . . .
Thief Taking in London
A Strange Story from the French
Old Patch, the Famous Forger
July
Watched and Watching
A Strange Story
October
The White Perfumery Bottle
November
Vidocq, or the Charcoal Burner of France
December
The Tell-Tale Signature
Vidocq and the Charcoal Burner of Rouen

1861
The Detective Police
January

The Silent Witness
March
A Lawyer’s Story
The Horse Detective
April

Retribution; or Rodden the Gambler
May

A Detective Taken In
August
Life on the Turn of a Card
A Murderer’s Ordeal: A California Story
September
Mysterious Disappearances
Pray, Sir, Are you a Gentleman?
Resting Powders
October

The Criminal Witness
November

The Detective After a Forger
December
Extraordinary Case of Robbery in England

1862
Bigamy and Child Stealing*
Caught at Last*
Circumstantial Evidence*
The Gold-Dust Robbery in Barbican*
Isaac Gortz, the Charcoal Burner*
Miss Waldegrave’s Will*
Mr. James Bunce*
Reuben Gill ― A Mormon Saint*
The Robbery at Osborne's Hotel*
The Tragedy in Judd Street, New Road*
The Trial for Murder
The Two Musicians*
January
The Trained Horse
The Scratch of a Pin; or, How the Deed was . . .
February
The Closest Shave of my Life
The Counterfeit Detective
March

The Mysterious Robberies
April
The Masked Robbers
A Lawyer’s Story
May

The Boldero Murder
July
The Knotted Handkerchief
The Mysterious Advertisement
August
The Struggle for Life
The Club Foot
Catching a Burglar: A Detective’s Story
“C.S.A.”
September
Stabbed in the Back
The Coiners
October
The Lottery Ticket
A Detective’s Yarn
November
The Accusing Leaves
December

One of My Clients

1863
The Absconding Debtor
The Assassin’s Track
Blondel, the Millionaire
The Burglar’s Hat
Caught in his Own Trap
The Confidential Clerk
A Convict’s Gratitude*
The Doctor’s Story
The Ebony Box
Emily H--. A Sad Story*
Esther
The Ex-Policeman’s Story
Farmer Williams and His Bride or . . .*
The Forger’s Escape*
The Fraudulent Trustee*
The Golden-Haired Wig
Hanged by the Neck
How Sergeant Barker’s Prisoner Escaped
The Libertine’s Victim
The Marked Money
Moneybags and Son
Mrs. Fitzgerald’s Life Policy*
The Priest and the Miser*
A Railway “Plant” Blighted*
The Reluctant Witness*
Strange Stories of a Detective Officer: Intro.
The Torn Glove
The Trap
The Troubles and the Escape of a “Perfect . . .”*
The Tainted Witness*
Who Stole the Plate?*
The Wrong Burglar
January
Mr. Sterling’s Confession
February
The Defrauded Heir
Found Out

May

The Sheriff’s Story
September
A Piece of Paper
November
Case for the Prisoner
Detecting a Murder
A Detective’s Story

1864

A Felon Hunt
Jean Baptiste Soult, Cabinet-Maker
La Belle Tambourine
My First Case
Monsieur Baudrain’s Niece
The Prison Mazas
The Shirt of Mail
The Stolen Letter: A Lawyer’s Story
The Widow
January
The Robbery at Osborne's Hotel*
February
The Detective’s Story
June
The Lock of Hair; or the Murder at Haughton
August
A Story of Paris

1865
April

Mr. Furbush
November
The Parisian Police

1866
January
The Telltale Eye
July
The Burleigh Legacy
December
The Scarlet Ribbon
The Doctor’s Story

1867
The Old Lady and the Detectives

1868
January
Ledfoot’s Plot
August

A Female Detective

1869
January

Adventure in a Stage-Coach
Little Nan
February
The Missing Glove
March
The Judge’s Daughter

July
A Work Woman’s Misfortune
November
Lost Alice
Eloise

1870
September

The Stolen Diamond
Did it Pay Him?

1873
A Lost Glove

1875
May

The Magic Glass

1877
July

Wicked Ah Hee

1878
March

A Detective’s Story

1884
Who Killed Him? Or, The Twisted Ring


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1842
An Undeveloped Mystery

1849
January
The Trabucayras
May
Circumstantial Evidence
October
The Diamond Necklace
December
The Blue Dragoon

1850
January
The Sofa
April
The Mysterious Murder
November
A "Detective" Anecdote

1854
March
The Mutineers
November

Vidocq and the Forger

1855
May

A Case of Circumstantial Evidence
The Land Passage
October
The Thirteenth Juror

1856
January
Tardy Justice
June

The Treasure of Rampsinitus
October

A Mysterious Manifestation

1857
June

How Vidocq was Superseded

1858
August
Fly Catching

1859

August/September
Hunted Down

1860
February
Lucy's Secret
June

Lost in the Fog
December
Moses Oran; or, the Burglar's Nest

1861
February
The Ambitious Policeman
The Blue Trooper
How the Detectives were Outwitted
The Police System in Paris
The Garnet Ring
March
How I Wasn't Taken Down
April
A Peculiar Business in Paris: The Avocation . . .
June
The Amputated Hand
Indian Strategem
The Countess
August
The Baby's Shoe
September
The Murder at the St. Charles

1862
March

The Cork Finger
October
The Sham Counterfeiter
December
Three Detective Anecdotes

1863
Arrested on Suspicion*
A Detective’s Story
March
Seven Up
April
The Dean’s Watch
May
A Mysterious Lodger
July
The Crimson Clue
December
The Second Sight

1864
Augustus Temple alias James Ryder
Antony Warren, Esquire
Ben Bolt
Coiners and Forgers
The Conspiracy
A Detective in the Bud
Dramatic Author The
Helen Forsyth
Introduction The Difference Between . . .
James Hargrave, the Barrister
Lost Upon Dartmoor
Mark Stretton
The Monomaniac
Mr. Charles Frodsham
Mrs. Witherton
The Murder of Anthony Louvel, 1794,
Murder Under the Microscope
My First Trip Across the Atlantic
No. 12 Lowndes Square
One Night in a Gaming-House
The Orphans
Richard Watson
Sir William and Lady Devereaux
The Stolen Letter: A Lawyer’s Story
Too Clever by Half
X. Y. Z.
April
The Japanned Box: Or Old Abraham’s Bequest
June
A Strange Adventure
July
The Silver Arrow
August
The Jewel Thief: A London Detective Story
October
A Detective’s Story
November
The Left Handed Assassin
The Murder at Cedar Glen
December
Pigot Murder
Murder Will Out
A Mystery of Paris
A Detective Story
The Fashionable Highwayman
Jules Ingram—or—A Race Down the St. . . .
Who is the Thief?

1865
Introduction
Adventure at an Inn, Tan
An Adventure with Italian Brigands
The Artist’s Story
The Bowie Knife Sheath
The Broken Cent
Buried Alive
The Churchyard Adventure
Magnetic Influence
My First Brief
The Mystery of Darewood Hall
The Phantom Face
A Satanic Compact
The Shadow of a Hand
The Silver Pin
A Story of a Pack of Cards
A Terrible Night in Baltimore
The Walker Street Tragedy
January
Hidden Crime Revealed
February
An Australian Detective’s Story; or, . . .
A Story of an Australian Detective
Breaking up a Gang: A Detective Story
The Abducted Ward: A Cabman’s Story
March
Who Did It
The Mysterious Lights
My Wife’s Legacy
The Stolen Child
April
The Chamber of Horrors
A Strange Affair
The Night of Peril
May
A Singular Verdict
The Wife's Secret
June
Arresting a Murderer
How the Burglars were Trapped
July
After Those Seven Thirties
An Interview with the Chief Executioner of France
August
The Murders at Sunset Canyon
September
The Pond House
Under Suspicion
Chase with an American Detective
How We Trapped the Burglars
October
A True Bill
The Last Crime
A Police Story
November
The Parisian Police
December
A Detective’s Story
The Left-Foot Shoe

1866
Janauary
The Sheriff's Story
February
The Midnight Alarm
The Old Lady's Story
The Power of Conscience
March

The Death Ring
Measure for Measure
April
The Fonthill Tragedy
The Detective’s Story
The Story of Felice
Our Thief’s Account: A Page from a . . .
An Official Blunder
May
Alice Jenner’s Murder
A Case of Larceny
June
Important Evidence: A Lawyer’s Story
Seventy Miles an Hour
Measure for Measure
The Resurrectionist
July
A Doctor’s Adventure
Apothecary’s Compound
The Arrest
The Missing Will
August
A Lady’s Glove
The Torn Bill
The Fatal Safe
The Quaker and the Robber
September
The Dumb Countersign
Jasper Street
A Juror’s Testimony
Our Cabin Passenger
"Who Pese Dese Local Editors?"
A Defence without Evidence
The Recognition
Lou Lispenard’s Escape
Murder Will Out
My Escape
October
The Frustrated Plot
A Story of Russia
The Burglary at Faustel Eversleigh
The Haunted Church
November

Identified by his Corns
The Oaken Cabinet
Too Much Haste
December
The Borrowed Diamonds

1867
A Burglar Betrayed by his Dog
Gleanings from Dark Annals
A Mysterious Lodger
Ten Millions
The Unknown Assassin
January
Escaped from Justice
My Orderly
A Perfect Treasure
February
Unconsidered Threats
Hunted Down
Pen-Knife Blade: A Leaf from a Surgeons . . .
The Skeleton in the Well
March
The Fatal Woman
April
Aunt Patsy's Lover
A Possible Case of Circumstantial Evidence
Kind Chance
Number Thirty-Nine
May
The Pretty Thief
June

A Detective’s Story
The Story Teller: All for a Will: A Lawyer’s . . .
A Detective’s Story
July
Dr. Puffer’s Lost Opportunity
Le Diable
August
The Counterfeit Bill
The Detective’s Story
Bullet Marks, a Story of Love and . . .
The Stolen Silks: A Detective’s Story
Branch Bridge's Ghost
September
"Much Ado About Nothing"
Only a Cent
October
An Amateur Detective
November
The Mail Guard’s Story
December
Making Up for It
A Left-Luggage Story

1868
February
A Bit of Detective Business
A Case of Mistaken Identity
Eleven Thousand Pounds
What’s in a Name
Kitty Gray’s Trial
March
How Lamirande Was Caught
The Man in the Brown Coat
A Famous Detective Officer; or How He . . .
The Farmer’s Story
Saved by Kindness
April
A Night Adventure in New York
Medical College Sketches. The Chemist’s . . .; or Science vs. Murder
May
The Dedbroke Mystery
June

My First Case
July
Jacky's Perversity
The Murder at Carew Court
August
In the Maguerriwock
In the Cellar
A Little Mistake
Retribution
A Female Detective
The Tragedy at Granite Bridge
A Ghost in a Stateroom
September
A Detective’s Story
The Mad Philosopher
October
A Detective’s Experience: A Touch of Romance
A Den of Phantom
The Great Seymour Square Mystery
The Double Puzzle
November
The French Detective: The Little Affair
Detective Detected
A Detective's Story: Tragic End of a Brilliant . . .
December
A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Experience

1869
January
Our Crime Land Excursion
An Adventuress
Loaf the Bootblack
A Detective’s Experience:  A Life of Crime
February
A Hidden Witness
Mr. Hutchinson's Clerk
A Bank Clerk’s Story
March
A New Jersey Mystery
The Returned Convict
Finding a Criminal
April
The Devitt Will Case
A Detective’s Experience
Mrs. Anstrutle’s Diamonds
May
A Case with a Lady in It
The Art Detective
Who was the Murderer!
June
The Pious Robber
A Midnight Adventure: A Detective’s Experience
Job Quigley’s Lesson
Guilty, or Not Guilty
The Quaker Detective
Medical College Sketches. The Ex-Professor’s Stories. The Skull.
Mrs. Gregory’s Diamonds
The Detective: A Story of New Orleans
July
Settling the Fenwick Estate
Circumstantial Evidence
Not a Ghost Story
August
A Detective’s Sketch
Between Cup and Lip
A Bold Stroke for a Wife
A Detective’s Story
A Great Jewel Robbery
A Thief Sub Rosa
September
The Story of Herman
A Capture in Canada
Garnet Buttons
Our Verdant Juror
A Legal Slip ’Twixt Cup and Lip
Sentenced to Death
October
The First Case
Our Lodger
A Mistake that Turned Out No Mistake
A Post-Mortem Discovery
The Professor’s Strategem
A Doctor’s Story
A Mystery and Its Solution
November
Murder Most Foul
Janet's Wedding Present
A Piquant Anecdote
Talk with a Letter Detective
Only Borrowed
A Detective’s Experience: A Female Forger
A Detective’s Story
An Unexpected Change of “Subjects”
The Mysterious Burglar: A Detective Story
December
A Night Among Robbers
A Mysterious Murder
The Mystery
Hunting Him Down

1870
The Handsome Stranger
January
A Romance of a Railway Carriage
Mabel’s Christmas Gift
The Affair of the Red Portefeuille
Caught
A Leaf from the Diary of a Detective
Rescued: Midnight Adventure in New Orleans
Conscience Money
The Victim of a Plot
A Railway Carriage Romance
Quick Work: From the Diary of Hardshaw . . .
February
A Detective’s Experience: The Missing Jewels
A Detective Story
A Mystery Solved
“Earless Bill,” the Detective
A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Story of New York Life
The Schemer’s Trap
March
Night and Morning
Judged by the Passbook
Missing -- A Young Lady
How He Got a Start
A Curious Case
April
A Conflict with Burglars: A Physician’s Story
A Lucky Larceny
Monomaniac in Court
The Bank Robbery
The Mysterious Highwayman
May
In the Bush
June
Signed with my own Blood
A Safe Investment
Detected by Electricity
Captain Hamilton of the Guards
Missed Him
July
The Express Messenger’s Story
A Detective Tale of the London Sewers
August
The Farmer’s Story
Only a Pen Scratch
A Sympathetic Link
September
An Evening with a Detective
A Terrible Night
Learning the Secret of Picking Pockets
How I Won my Wife
The Blue River Bank Robbery
October
The Detective: A Tale of the Old Walton House
A Moustache, and What Came of It
A Detective’s Experience
November
Our New Pupil
His Own Detective
Our Cook’s Revenge
Making a Fortune
December
Atlantic Mail
State's Evidence
A True Ghost Story
Felix Scragge’s Next of Kin
A Resolute Rascal
The Withered Hand

1871
$1,250,000, or the Private Mark
About Bogus Lotteries
Among the Sharks
The Borrowed Diamond Ring
Circumstantial Evidence: A Knot Still Untied
Colonel Novena, Prince of Confidence Men
The Confidential Clerk
The Cool-blooded Gold Robber
The Counterfeit Money Speculators
The Detective System
Dishonest Clerk and Fatal Slip of Paper
Extensive Counterfeiting
A Forced-Marriage Scheme Defeated
The Gambler’s Wax Finger
The Genealogical Swindlers
Hattie Newberry, the Vermont Beauty
Lewellyn Payne and the Counterfeiters
Lost in the Streets
Lottery Ticket, No. 1710
Mack and the Veteran
The Marked Bills
The Mystery at 89 — Street
Old Mr. Alvord’s Last Will
The Peculiar Advertisements
A Smart Young Man
A Sorceress’ Trick
A Suspected California Murderer
Ten Dollars a Month: A Story of Grief and Joy
The Thousand Dollar Lesson
William Roberts and his Forgeries
The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
February
The Detective’s Story
The Old Coat
March
Major Truslow’s Mistake
A Dark and Bloody Deed
April
A Fatal Mistake
Who Stole the Money?
The Detective’s Story
May
A Detective Story—All a Mistake
How to Prove an Alibi
A Mail Robber Trapped
June
The Man with the Big Whiskers
The Defendant’s Accomplice
The Mystery of the Bank
July
At The Risk of Life
The Sibyl’s Augury
September
Detective Pinkerton
The Hob-Nailed Shoes  
October
The Maplewood Mystery
The Invisible Crime or Foot-Print Evidence
November
Miss Larkspur’s Diamonds
Ruth’s Ornaments
December
The Fatal Marriage

1872
January
A Narrow Escape
The Robber’s Roost; or Han’s Last Victim
By the Night Express
February
Murder Will Out
An Unexplained Mystery
How They Escaped
A Detective’s Story
March
The Strange Perfume
April
A Detective’s Story
A Night of Adventure
June
The Detective’s Story
August
The Blue Diamond
September

Mistaken Identity
October
The Forged Patent
Detective Pierson’s Queer Dream
The Hotel Thief
November
A Dinner Party
The Detective’s Story
A Piece of Deception

1873
January
Adventure of a French Detective
Our Junior Partner
Why I Became a Detective
February

Scorching a Scotsman
April
The Mysterious Blood Stain
The Tell-Tale Diamond
Britzer his own Detective
May
A Detective’s Adventure
A Fourfold Alibi
July
Saved by a Dream
The Last of the Gang
August
Caught at Last
Disappeared
September
An Inexplicable Fancy
Convicted but Innocent
October
An Uninvited Guest
November

A Sewer Rat
The Diamond Bracelet
The Murder of the Miser
December
A Detective’s Story

1874
January
Lynch Law — A Story of the Lead Mines
An Old Lawyer’s Story
Miss Whitelake’s Diamonds
February
Old Sam
March
The Detective's Trick
The Bath of Blood
My Wife’s Maid
April
Shaken Down. A Detective's Story
The Unknown Death
May
A Set of Diamonds
July
The Wax Finger
Madame Matteau
August
For Honor’s Sake
The Platinum Filling
Two Men and Two Women
The Mysterious Mark
September
Who Robbed Madame
Peggy’s Double
October
The Detective’s Story
The Judge’s Story

1875
Claude Melnotte as a Detective
The Frenchman: or, the Bills of Exchange
The Two Sisters: or, the Avenger
The Two Bracelets
A Detective’s Mistake
January
My Uncle’s Story
February

Monday
Theatrics in Sauk
A Mountain Adventure
The Last Dodge
March
Willie’s Flower-Pot
April
A Daring Robbery
“X” and “H”: A Telegraph Operator’s Story
May
A Detective in Danger
The Tell-Tale Key
June
Altogether Too Smart
A Curious Companion
The One False Step
July
Falsely Accused
Bent Twig and Broken Tree
August
The Vigilants’ Mistake
November
Spirits Utilized
An Exciting Chase in the Mountains
December
The Parisian Detective

1876
January
The Ball at Dithmar's
The Diamond Cross
February
Saved by a Pipe
March
The Mute Witness
Murder Will Out
A New Year’s Mystery
April
The Secret Door
A Detective’s Success
Hasheesh
June
The Victory
July
Laudalet Williams’ Step-Son
The Major’s Wife
The Cat Detective
August
Who was the Thief
September
xxx Dream Picture
A Dalmatian Detective
October
A Hanged Man’s Story
Madame Dubois
Change for a Bank-Note
November
A Detective’s Story: The Club Foot
Little Jinks
December
Look Before You Leap
The Scourge of the Highway

1877
A Clever Diamond Swindle
A Detective’s Story
The Emperor’s Broker
The Experience of John Spindler, the London Detective, with a Gang of Coiners
Experiences of Mr. Breitenfeld, the Austrian Detective
A False Heir to a Large Possession
A Gang of Bold Robbers in France
The Handsome Egyptian Girl: Mr. Bronson the London Detective’s Experiences in Egypt
A Mystery Revealed
The Skeleton
A Spanish Gang of Counterfeiters and Coiners
Twenty-one Years of Illegal Imprisonment Suffered by a Beautiful Young Lady of the Polish Nobility
January
Bob Cheriot, Esq.; or, the Tragedy at . . .
The Burglar-Proof Man
The Face in the Glass
A Good Night’s Work
February
Lost Diamonds
Betrayed by a Button
March
Not to be Done
The Fatal Marriage
The Model Detective
The Mystery Solved
April
Circumstantial Evidence
A Friend in Need
Story of a London Detective
May
A Narrow Escape
July
Zizi, the Little Detective
An Ex-Detective’s Story
Old Dumps
A Peculiar Case
The Girl Detective
August
Maria Vassar
September
Unmasked
An Old Offender
October
Leaves from Detective Life
A Queer Clue
The Lucky Larceny
November
Mine and Countermine
Murder Will Out: A Gold Digger’s Adventure
A Female Detective
December
The Jandidier Mystery

1878
January
Story of a London Bank Cashier
A Deplorable Mistake
February
How I was Deceived
April
A Physician’s Wife’s Story
A Railroad Detective’s Story
March
A Mysterious Deposit
June
Caught in a Steel Trap
A 12,000 Pound Check
July
Love’s Sacrifice
August
The Death-Watch in the Wall
Two Fair Detectives
Trapped in a Car
Saved by a Detective
A Woman’s Revenge
The Private Secretary
On a Field Azure a Silver Star
September
Who Milked the Cow?
A Nail in the Skull
The Secret Cipher
October
Unravelling a Cipher
Twelve Thousand Pounds
My Steady Pupil
November
A Tell-Tale Toothpick

1879
???
The Left Handed Assassin
Sheer Luck
January
A Detective's Story
The Monk Detective; or, The Maniac's Release
A Reporter’s Romance
The Detective’s Story
How our Bank was Robbed
Who Killed the Judge
A Woman of Mystery
February
£2,000 Reward
The Midnight City
The Maimed Hand
March
The Wounded Hand
A French Detective Story
April
Hunting Rogues
A German Detective Story
May
Circumstantial Evidence
In Deadly Peril
June
A French Detective Story
The Scottish Banker's Dilemma
July
A Skilled Detective's Way
August

The Left Hand
Who Took It
September
Matched Button
A Bank-Note in Two Halves
Joe Belden
Watching a Defaulter
A Flat: A Story of College Life
October
Bicornet’s Murder Case
A Detective’s Stories
November
The Buried Bullet
December
A Detective’s Adventure
A Lawyer’s Countship

1880
Circumstantial Evidence
January
Charming Madame Auvergne
A Bit of A Mystery
A Dumb Detective
A French Detective Story
Willie’s Earnings
A Mysterious Disappearance
Strange Clews to Crime
February
Sapphire Eyes
The Finger of Providence
Story of Crime
The Laurieville Mystery
Mark of the Crutch
A Perilous Adventure
Thief-Catching in Canada
March
The Three Traveling Bags
April
A Sister’s Vengeance
The Child Witness
Burbridge the Actor
Foiled by a Woman
A Detective’s Story: The Convict Coachman
Clubnose
May
A Detective’s Story
The Widow Reed
Circumstantial Evidence
June
Recollections of Other Days
A Detective’s Story
La Serenissima
Who was Guilty
A Detective’s Story
The Wronged Wife
Drama of Twenty-Four Hours
The Telegraph Detective
July
Tricked and Tracked
True to this Oath
The Ebony Bedroom
August
The Thief in the Night
A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Story
Edward Mills and George Benton
September
A Story of Circumstantial Evidence
A Detective’s Story
An Embarrassed Detective
The Detective’s Oath
How I Captured the Burglars
October
Link by Link
Tracing a Murderer
November
The Family Secret
The Unexpected Detectives
A Detective’s Story
December
How I Got Promoted

1881
January
My First Experience as a Detective
A Real Romance
February
A Detective’s Story
The Female Detective
Good Mr. Sprue
A Dreadful Case
The Secret Closet
The Price of Two Lives
The Gambler’s End
The Coiners of Kansas
The Poisoner
A Clever Capture
April
The Missing Ring
The Detective’s Story: Qualities of a . . .
Found Dead
May
The Vital Point
A Double Crime
A Lawyer’s Story
June
Searching Out a Mystery
What I Learned About Counterfeiting
How We Caught Him
Saved by Accident
July
A Detective's Adventure
McFeeley’s Mean Trick
September
Circumstancial Evidence
The Diamond Necklace
The Banker’s Clerk
October
A Detective’s Great Feat
November
The Detective
December
A Life’s Lesson
A Man as was Wronged
The Detective’s Clue
A Detective’s Story

1882
A Mysterious Murder
The Stolen White Elephant
January
The Print of a Finger
The Bitten Finger-Nails
He Met His Match
February
The Story of a Thumb Mark
March
Written in Blood
French Detectives
A Detective’s Adventure
The Three Greens: A Detective Story
April
Jacob’s Insurance
May

The O’Shaughnessy Diamonds
A Wife’s Constancy
The Romance of Cracker’s Neck
June
Detective Reminiscences: A Beautiful . . .
Her Clay Idol
July
A Mysterious Commission
August
The Detective and the Doctor
September
The Missing Jewels
A Just Retribution
October
A Private Detective
December
The Detective's Story
Making Money with Money

1883
January
A Noble Sacrifice. A Tale of Washington, D.C.
Found by Chance
Detective Ham Best
A Wife’s Crime
Catching a Ghost
The Little Detective
February
Blown Upon: or the Sagacious Reporter
A Famous Old-Time Detective
March
The Brown Mystery
April
Bob Becomes a Detective
Hung By Three Hairs
Unravelling a Plot
June
A Detective’s Story  
Ingenious Smugglers
The Sexton’s Boots
July
The Major’s Vindication
A Detective’s Story  
The Torn Glove
August
The Diamond Aigrette
Get a Thief to Catch a Thief
A Young Woman Detective
September
The Romance of a Diamond
A Government Detective’s Story
The Clew at Last
Caught by a Thread
A Detective’s Sermon
October
A Mormon Way
The Brewster Diamonds
How Linton Bank was Robbed
November
A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Discovery
December
Berta Dalton’s Triumph
The Mysterious Advertisement
Buggs the Detective
Told Over Tobies of Ale

1884
The Diamonds of the Duke de B.
The Two Chiefs of the Detective Force
January
The Mystery of Bertie Mangoose
February
Anastasie Jouvin
The Detective’s Story
Incident in the Life of a California Detective
The Child Stealer
The Lawyer’s Secret
A Scrap of Paper
The Modern Detective
May
Cape Diamonds
Odd Way to Spot a Thief
July
Shoving the Queer
An Amicable Arrangement
A Veteran Detective
August
Ribaud the Miser
A Considerate Detective
September
Good Detective Work
The Impulse of a Moment
October
A Slip of Paper
December
Eagle-Eyed Enoch

1885
A Tramp’s Secret
January
The Terrible Ride
The Tidal Train
A Singular Story
Circumstantial Evidence
February
Personal to Mr. Gimblett
An Unconscious Detective
March
The Incendiary
A Big Stake
An Amateur Detective
A Detective’s Story
April
The Mystery Solved
May
A Social Surprise
An Odd Story of Justice
Tea-Chest Tommy
June
An Old Detective’s Story
Adroitly Foiled
July
The Justice Room
A Mysterious Valise
Wanted a Room Mate
Missing
August
Fiacre No. 2,525
The Story of a French Detective
Pretty Mrs. Graham
What Did I See?
October
My Veiled Client
On His Track
December
The Boy Detective

1886
Miss Armstrong’s Homicide
January
The Detective's Turkey
A Detective’s Story
February
The Imprint of a Thumb
A Detective Story 
March
Dolly’s Diamonds
April

A Coup de Grace
Honest Confessions
Both Jonahs
The Tell-Tale Spectacles
Plundering a Safe
The Clergyman’s Secret
May
Undying Love
The Alden Murder
The Coiner’s Wife
A Detective’s Story
June
A Bit of Good Luck
Brought to Justice
A Clew in a Dream
How a Detective Got Left
A Tell-Tale Ink Mark
Circumstanical Evidence May be Very . . .
July
Trailing a Crime
An English Detective Story
August
The Lost Lady
A “Queer” Story
Ingenious Bank Robberies
Reaped What They Sowed
The Professor
A Detective Case
September
Who is Guilty?
Desperate Dan, the Story-paper Detective
A Detective’s Story
A Trunk Mystery
October
In Wig and Gown
The Counterfeit Bonds
A Flash of Lightening
November
A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Ruse
A Private Detective’s Story
December
Mrs. Blank’s Diamonds
Stealing a Million
Number Eight

1887
January
Detective and Clerk
His First Case
John’s Boy
February
In Answer to an Advertisement
A Detective’s Work
A Mystery Explained
Septimus Brown’s Dilemma
Mr. Sasson’s Valet
A Detective’s Story
March
Annie’s Trail
An Innocent Man Hanged
A Detective’s Story
The Langley Burglary  
April
A Detective’s Story
May
Detective Polly Bree
June
Five Thousand Dollars Reward
Is Zoa Watkins Alive?
July
Murdered Himself
The Old Kicker
A Detective’s Story: How He Learned by . . .
August
All in the Family
A Foot-Light Flash
Caught in a Trap
September
A Conscientious Uncle
The Brand of Cain
A Modern Fire-Worshiper
October
Dead or Alive. How a Detective Was . . .
A Tangled Web
A Gang of Three
A Detective’s Story
Lady Pinkerton's Jewels
November
Dock the Moonshiner
Stage Robbers
Following up a Clew
A Lady Detective
John’s Jewel
December
An Observing Man
A Detective’s Story: How He Was Convicte . . .
Drawbacks to the Nation
Strange Stories
Tried for His Own Murder
Mme Sasson’s Dilemma

1888
January
A Hard Lesson
February
Beautiful Miss Derwent
Catching Counterfeiters
The Great Diamond Robbery
March
Peck's Bad Boy
She Was Dismissed
April
Rescued by Luck
The Haunter Haunted
May
My First Case
June
The Moonshiners  
Saved by a Picture
July
Mary Marley
A Pinkerton Detective
The Detective’s Story
The Inside Man
Dr. Sloan’s Secret
Under a Cloud
August
Sharp Detective Work
Saved from the Gallows
A Detective’s Story
September
Andrew’s Sweetheart
That Deceptive Telegram
A Make-Believe Story
November
Saved by a Telephone
Mystery of a Hansom Cab
A Detective’s Story
December
Man or Demon
Falsely Accused; or, The Fatal Photograph
The Stolen Laces
The Sleepy Old Man

1889
January
The Bombay Fiend
A Four Footed Accomplice
The Successful Detective
Balked of his Prey
Solving a Mystery
A Detective
February
A Moment of Anger
The Cross Hall Tragedy
June’s Valentine
Evidence Broken
Detective Ability
March
The Night of the French Ball
The Match Went Out  
The Heaviside Diamonds
Beat the Brace Game
My First Detective Job
The Clever Detective
April
The Thief and the Defaulter
Good Stories of the Present Day
The Bird Detective  
As a Child in a Cradle
My Little Dog Pickle
His First Success
May
Baggage Smashers
Whisky Howe
A Detective’s Story
The Twin Brothers  
After a Clew
A Convict’s Secret
Mrs. Baker
June
A Lucky Detective
Monk
Richard Pardon’s Peril
A Queer Burglary
An Alibi
A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Luck
Caught in a Trap
July
The Bank Robbery
Stolen Image
A Flower of Death
An Alibi
Montmorenci’s Secret
August
Under the Shadow of Death
A Detective’s Story
Gunning for Outlaws
With Cries of Dismay
Old Sleuthhound
A Pair of Them
September
Diamond Cut Diamond
An Amateur Detective
A Red Chapter
October
Miss Garnett’s Tenant
The Longworth Mystery
Detective Downey  
Two Queer Cases
Story of a Vase
The White Topaz
The Fatal Potato
Trailing a Thief
Detected by Peculiar Habits
The Bride’s Diamonds
Harboring a Pauper
November
Saved by a Parrot
A Detective’s Story
Three Visions
December
The Fatal Liaison

1890
January
A Detective’s Story
The Secret Out
Traced by the Buttons
Don’t be too Hasty
February
A Detective’s Story
A Detective Story
A Hairbreath Escape
My Terrilble Plight
March
Our Murderer; or the Sea Gives Up Its Dead
A Strange Perfume
The Stories of Three Burglars
Justice vs. Mercy
The Picadilly Puzzle  
April
The Mystery of a Pullman Car
Up the “Draw”
May
The Romance of Two Cameras  
A Lady’s Hairpin
June
Mystery of the Mill
An Exed Detective
A Detective’s Story
A Deadly Sorrow
An Exiled Bank Cashier
July
The Somnabulist
A Butterfly
A Clew
The Widow’s Escape,
In His Shirt Sleeves
The Diamond Button  
Trailing a Robber
A Detective Story: Tracking a Burglar
August
A Composite Romance
September
His Fleeting Ideal
The Red Chest
No. 3168
October
The Twisted Ring  
A Detective’s Story  
A Strange Case: Where a Pair of Lost . . .
Circumstantial Evidence
Tale of a Shadow
December
Lady Sophia’s Saphires
The Detective from Baltimore
A Fearful Adventure

1891
A Mysterious Case
Shall He Wed Her?
Gallegher: A Newspaper Story
The Man with the Thumb  
Five Thousand Dollars Reward
January
A Carbon Copy
An Amateur Burglar
The Fatal Cigar
A Burglar Trap: And the Sweet-Looking . . .
Detective Ainge’s Story
February
A Nest of Diamonds
Acquitted Themselves
March
The Detective Posted Him  
His First Case: How a Detective Found . . .
A Detective Story
April
Van Bibber’s Wager
A Strange Passenger
Detecting a Rogue
May
The Story of a Ring
Detecting a Rogue
Slick Mrs. Gray
Saved by a Hair
June
Mrs. Harrington’s Diamond Necklace
A Lost Jewel’s Mystery
The Silver Bullet  

From 42 Famous Stories
Altering a Will
An Amateur Detective
An Artistic Burglar
The Beggar Murderess
The Blackheaded Pins
The Blind Witness  
The Bogus Detective
Bow Street Runners
A Charming Clergyman
The Chinese as Detectives  
A Clear Case
A Death Mystery
The Detective’s Dream  
The Diamond Smugglers
A Dread Mystery
The Fatal Nail
A Good Sell
The Head in the Window  
How the Burglars were Taken
How the Sergeant was Fooled
The Living Statue
The Lyncher’s Victim  
The Missing Wallet  
The Murderer’s Double  
My Crime; or Saved by a Detective
One Hundred Pounds Reward
The Phantom Hands  
A Pretty Detective
The Queer Witness  
Reminiscence of Biebusch
Robber Ghost-makers
Rogues Gallery
A Sinless Fall
The Stolen Emeralds
The Tell-Tale Key
Under False Colors
A Vigilants’ Raid
What is Pocket Picking?
The Wrong House

   

A
The Absconding Debtor
The Accusing Leaves
Adventure in a Gaming House
An Adventure in Paris
Adventure in a Stage-Coach
An Alibi
Anecdotes of Vidocq, the French Detective
Another Glimpse at My Hotel
Assassin of Castellane
The Assassin’s Track
Aunt Janet’s Diamonds

B
The Bank Vault
Bigamy and Child Stealing*
Bigamy or Not Bigamy?
The Bill of Exchange
The Biter Bit
The Black Satin Gown or, Murder Will Out
Blondel, the Millionaire
The Boldero Murder
Brother and Sister
The Burglar’s Hat
The Burleigh Legacy
The Butcher’s Story―A Detective Police Party
The Button

C

“C.S.A.”
A Camp Adventure
The Car Acquaintance; or, The Two Bits of . . .
Case for the Prisoner
Catching a Burgler: A Detective’s Story
Caught at Last*
Caught in his Own Trap
The Chest of Drawers
Chief Allfudge’s Intructions to the NY Police
Circumstantial Evidence (1852)
Circumstantial Evidence* (1862)
The Closest Shave of my Life
The Club Foot
The Coiners
The Colonel’s Will
Coming out of Exile; or the Diamond . . .
The Confidential Clerk
The Conscript’s Revenge
A Convict’s Gratitude*
The Cork Leg
The Costly Kiss
The Counterfeit Detective
The Criminal Witness
The Culprit Judge
A Curious Stratagem

D
A Dark Chapter
The Dead Man’s Inn
The Defrauded Heir
Detecting a Murder
The Detective After a Forger
The Detective Officer
The Detective Police
A Detective Taken In
A Detective’s Story (November 1863)
The Detective’s Story (Februrary 1864)
A Detective’s Story (March 1878)
A Detective’s Yarn
The Diamond Cross; or The Female Assassin
The Diamond Necklace
Did it Pay Him?
The Disguised Robber
Doctor D'Arsac
The Doctor’s Story
The Dog Detective
The Double Elopement

E
The Ebony Box
Edward Drysdale
Ellen Stephenson
Eloise
Emily H--. A Sad Story*
The English Highwayman
Esther
Every Man His Own Lawyer
The Ex-Policeman’s Story
Extraordinary Case of Robbery in England

F
Farmer Williams and His Bride or . . .*
A Felon Hunt
The Female Assassin
A Female Detective
Finding a Criminal
Flint Jackson
The Forecastle Story
The Forger’s Escape*
Found Out
The Fraudulent Trustee*

G
The Gold-Dust Robbery in Barbican*
The Golden-Haired Wig
The Gambler’s Death
The Gambler’s Revenge
The Gramercy Park Mystery
The Guest Chamber of the Inn at St. Ives
The Guilty or Not Guilty?

H
Hanged by the Neck
Helen Montressor, or Judge Remsen’s First . . .
The Horse Detective
How Bob Bolter’s Prisoner Escaped
How Sergeant Barker’s Prisoner Escaped
A Hunt on the Highway

I
In a Cellar
The Incendiary
The Innocent Convict. A Tale.
Isaac Gortz, the Charcoal Burner*

J
Jane Eccles
Jean Baptiste Soult, Cabinet-Maker
Jean Monette
The Judge’s Daughter

K
The Knotted Handkerchief

L
La Belle Tambourine
A Lawyer’s Story (1855)
A Lawyer’s Story (1861)
A Lawyer’s Story (1862)
Ledfoot’s Plot
The Left-hand Glove; or, Circumstantial . . .
The Left-Handed Thief
Legal Metamorphoses

A Life Assurance
Life on the Turn of a Card
Little Nan
The Lock of Hair; or the Murder at Haughton
Lost Alice
A Lost Glove
Lost, Stolen or Strayed
The Lottery Ticket

M
Mademoiselle Jabirouska
Mag Dufries: or, The Lost Child
The Magic Glass
Malvern Versus Malvern
Marie Laurent
The Marked Money
A Marriage Tragedy
Mary Kingsford
The Masked Robbers
The Metropolitan Protectives
Miss Waldegrave’s Will*
The Missing Glove
Moneybags and Son
Monsieur Baudrain’s Niece
Mr. Furbush
Mr. James Bunce*
Mr. Snicker’s Misadventure
Mr. Sterling’s Confession
Mrs. Fitzgerald’s Life Policy*
The Mule Driver
The Murder in the Room
A Murderer’s Ordeal: A California Story
The Murders in the Rue Morgue
My First Case (1864)
My German Tutor
My Mysterious Neighbors
The Mysterious Advertisement
A Mysterious Burglar
Mysterious Deaths at Castellane
Mysterious Disappearances
The Mysterious Occurrence in Lambeth
The Mysterious Robberies
The Mystery of Marie Roget

O
The Odd Glove, or Tricks upon Travelers
The Old Lady and the Detectives
“Old Patch, the Famous Forger”
One of My Clients

P
The Parisian Police
The Partner
The Pedler’s Story
The Pet of the Law
A Piece of Paper
Pierre Louvois
A Police-Officer’s Seven Thousand Miles’ Chase
The Porcelain Button
Pray, Sir, Are you a Gentleman?
The Priest and the Miser*
Pretty Meggy Heywood: A Tale of . . .
The Prison Mazas
Proverb Proved
The Purloined Letter
The Pursuit

The Puzzle

R
A Railway “Plant” Blighted*
The Reluctant Witness*
A Reminiscence of a Bow-Street Officer
Resting Powders
Retired from the Force
Retribution; or Rodden the Gambler
Reuben Gill ― A Mormon Saint*
The Revenge
Robber’s Revenge
The Robbery of Plate
The Robbery at Osborne's Hotel*

S
The Scarlet Ribbon
A Scene in a Jury-Room
The Scratch of a Pin; or, How the Deed was . . .
The Secret Cell
The Seducer
The Sheriff’s Story
The Shirt of Mail
A Sick Robber: and How Tim Cured Him
The Silent Witness
The Smuggler’s Cave
Stabbed in the Back
The Stolen Diamond
The Stolen Letter: A Lawyer’s Story
A Story of Circumstantial Evidence

Story of a Detective “Expert”
The Story of a French Detective
The Strange Discovery
Strange Stories of a Detective Officer: Intro.
A Strange Story
A Strange Story from the French
The Struggle for Life

T
T4FG2G: A Detective Experience
Tally-Ho Thompson
The Tainted Witness*
The Telltale Eye
The Tell-Tale Signature
The Temptress
Thief Taking in London
Thou Art the Man!
Thrilling Adventure in a Gaming House
The Torn Glove
Torn Newspaper; or Circumstantial Evidence
The Tragedy in Judd Street, New Road*
The Trial for Murder
The Trailor Murder Mystery
The Trained Horse
The Trap
The Troubles and the Escape of a “Perfect . . .”*
The Twins
Two “Detective” Anecdotes
The Two-Fingered Assassin
The Two Musicians*
The Two Nephews

U
Unexpected Evidence
An Unexpected Witness
Unpublished Passages in the life of Vidocq

V
Vidocq, or the Charcoal Burner of France
Vidocq and the Charcoal Burner of Rouen
Vidocq and the Sexton
Vidocq’s Last Exploit
Villainy Outwitted

W
Watched and Watching
The White Perfumery Bottle
Who is the Thief?
Who Killed Him? Or, The Twisted Ring
Who Stole the Plate?*
Wicked Ah Hee
The Widow
The Wife’s Evidence
A Work Woman’s Misfortune
The Wrong Burglar

Y
The Young Widow


Soon to be posted:
A
The Abducted Ward: A Cabman’s Story
About Bogus Lotteries
Acquitted Themselves
Adroitly Foiled
Adventure of a French Detective
The Adventure at an Inn
An Adventure with Italian Brigands
An Adventuress
The Affair of the Red Portefeuille
After a Clew
After Those Seven Thirties
The Alden Murder
An Alibi
An Alibi
Alice Jenner’s Murder
All in the Family
Altering a Will
Altogether Too Smart
An Amateur Burglar
An Amateur Detective
An Amateur Detective
An Amateur Detective
An Amateur Detective
The Ambitious Policeman
An Amicable Arrangement
Among the “Sharks”
The Amputated Hand
Anastasie Jouvin
Andrew’s Sweetheart
Annie’s Trail
Antony Warren, Esquire
Apothecary’s Compound
The Arrest
Arrested on Suspicion
Arresting a Murderer
The Art Detective
The Artist’s Story
An Artistic Burglar
As a Child in a Cradle
At The Risk of Life
Atlantic Mail
Augustus Temple alias James Ryder
Aunt Patsy's Lover
An Australian Detective’s Story; or, Murder Will Out.

B
The Baby's Shoe
Baggage Smashers
Balked of his Prey
The Ball at Dithmar's
A Bank Clerk’s Story
The Bank Robbery
The Banker’s Clerk
Bank-Note in Two Halves
The Bath of Blood
Beat the Brace Game
Beautiful Miss Derwent
The Beggar Murderess
Ben Bolt  
Bent Twig and Broken Tree
Berta Dalton’s Triumph
Betrayed by a Button
Between Cup and Lip
Bicornet’s Murder Case
A Big Stake
Bigamy and Child Stealing*
The Bird Detective  
A Bit of Detective Business
A Bit of Good Luck
A Bit of A Mystery
The Bitten Fingernails
The Blackheaded Pins  
The Blind Witness  
Blown Upon: or the Sagacious Reporter
The Blue Diamond
The Blue Dragoon
The Blue River Bank Robbery
The Blue Trooper
Bob Becomes a Detective
Bob Cheriot, Esq.; or, the Tragedy at . . .
The Bogus Detective  
A Bold Stroke for a Wife
The Bombay Fiend
The Borrowed Diamond Ring
The Borrowed Diamonds
Both Jonahs
Bow Street Runners
The Boy Detective
The Bowie Knife Sheath
Branch Bridge's Ghost
The Brand of Cain
Breaking up a Gang: A Detective Story
The Brewster Diamonds
The Bride’s Diamonds
Britzer his own Detective
The Broken Cent
The Brown Mystery
Brought to Justice
Buggs the Detective
Bullet Marks, a Story of Love and . . .
Burbridge the Actor
A Burglar Betrayed by his Dog
The Burglar-Proof Man
A Burglar Trap: And the Sweet-Looking . . .
The Burglary at Faustel Eversleigh
Buried Alive
The Buried Bullet
The Butcher’s Story
A Butterfly
By the Night Express

C
Cape Diamonds
Captain Hamilton of the Guards
A Capture in Canada
The Car Acquaintance: or, The Two Bits of . . .
A Carbon Copy
Case for the Prisoner
A Case of Circumstantial Evidence
A Case of Larceny
A Case of Mistaken Identity
A Case with a Lady in It
The Cat Detective
Catching a Burglar: A Detective’s Story
Catching Counterfeiters
Catching a Ghost
Caught
Caught by a Thread
Caught in a Steel Trap
Caught in a Trap (1887)
Caught in a Trap (1889)
Celebrated Cases of Poisoning
The Chamber of Horrors
Change for a Bank-Note
A Charming Clergyman
Charming Madame Auvergne
Chase with an American Detective
The Child Stealer
The Child Witness
Chinese as Detectives  
Churchyard Adventure
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence
Circumstantial Evidence: A Knot Still Untied
Circumstanical Evidence May be Very . . .
Claude Melnotte as a Detective
A Clear Case
The Clergyman’s Secret
A Clever Capture
The Clever Detective
A Clever Diamond Swindle
A Clew
The Clew at Last
A Clew in a Dream
Clubnose
Coiners and Forgers
The Coiners of Kansas
The Coiner’s Wife
Colonel Novena, Prince of Confidence Men
Coming out of Exile; or the Diamond . . .
A Composite Romance
The Confidential Clerk
A Conflict with Burglars: A Physician’s Story
Conscience Money
A Conscientious Uncle
A Considerate Detective
The Conspiracy
A Convict’s Secret
Convicted but Innocent
The Cool-blooded Gold Robber, and the Way He was Tracked
The Cork Finger
The Counterfeit Bill
The Counterfeit Bonds
The Counterfeit Money Speculators
The Countess
A Coup de Grace
The Crimson Clue
The Cross Hall Tragedy
The Culprit Judge
A Curious Case
A Curious Companion

D
A Dalmatian Detective
A Daring Robbery
A Dark and Bloody Deed
A Dark Chapter
Dead or Alive. How a Detective Was . . .
The Dedbroke Mystery
A Deadly Sorrow
The Dean’s Watch
The Death Ring
A Death Mystery
The Death-Watch in the Wall
A Defence without Evidence
The Defendant’s Accomplice
A Den of Phantom
A Deplorable Mistake
Desperate Dan, the Story-paper Detective Detected by Electricity
Detected by Peculiar Habits
Detecting a Murder
Detecting a Rogue
Detecting a Rogue
A Detective
The Detective
The Detective
Detective Ability
Detective Ainge’s Story
The Detective Anecdotes
A Detective Case
Detective and Clerk
A Detective in the Bud
A Detective in Danger
Detective Detected
The Detective and the Doctor
Detective Downey  
A Detective Experience
The Detective from Baltimore  
Detective Ham Best
Detective Pierson’s Queer Dream
Detective Pinkerton
Detective Polly Bree
The Detective Posted Him  
Detective Reminiscences: A Beautiful . . .
A Detective Story
A Detective Story
A Detective Story
A Detective Story
A Detective Story: Tracking a Burglar
The Detective: A Story of New Orleans
The Detective System
The Detective: A Tale of the Old Walton House
A Detective Tale of the London Sewers
A Detective’s Adventure
A Detective’s Adventure
A Detective’s Adventure
A Detective's Adventure
A Detective’s Discovery
The Detective’s Dream  
Detective’s Experience
A Detective’s Experience
A Detective’s Experience
A Detective’s Experience:  A Life of Crime
A Detective’s Experience: A Touch of Romance
A Detective's Story: Tragic End of a Brilliant . . .
Detective’s Experience: A Female Forger
Detective’s Experience: The Missing Jewels
A Detective’s Great Feat
A Detective's Luck
A Detective’s Mistake
The Detective’s Oath
A Detective’s Ruse
A Detective’s Sermon
A Detective’s Sketch
A Detective’s Stories
A Detective’s Story  (March 1878)
A Detective’s Story  (June 3, 1880)
A Detective’s Story
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A Detective's Story
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A Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Story
A Detective Story—All a Mistake
The Detective's Story
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The Detective’s Story
The Detective’s Story
A Detective’s Story: The Club Foot
A Detective’s Story: The Convict Coachman
A Detective’s Story: How He Learned . . .
A Detective’s Story: How He Was Convicted. . .
The Detective’s Story: Qualities of a . . .
A Detective’s Story of New York Life
A Detective’s Success
The Detective's Trick
The Detective's Turkey
A Detective’s Work
The Devitt Will Case
The Diamond Aigrette
The Diamond Bracelet
The Diamond Button
The Diamond Cross
Diamond Cut Diamond
The Diamond Necklace
The Diamond Necklace
The Diamond Smugglers
The Diamonds of the Duke de B.
A Dinner Party
Caught at Last
Disappeared
The Dishonest Clerk and Fatal Slip of Paper
Dock the Moonshiner
A Doctor’s Adventure
A Doctor’s Story
Dolly’s Diamonds
Don’t be Too Hasty
A Double Crime
The Double Puzzle
Dr. Sloan’s Secret
Dr. Puffer’s Lost Opportunity
Drama of Twenty-Four Hours
The Dramatic Author
Drawbacks to the Nation
A Dread Mystery
A Dreadful Case
The Dumb Countersign
A Dumb Detective

E
Eagle-Eyed Enoch
“Earless Bill,” the Detective
The Ebony Bedroom
Edward Mills and George Benton
Eleven Thousand Pounds
An Embarrassed Detective
The Emperor’s Broker
An English Detective Story
Escape from Justice
Escaped from Justice
An Evening with a Detective
Evidence Broken
An Exciting Chase in the Mountains
An Ex-Detective’s Story
An Exed Detective
An Exiled Bank Cashier
The Experience of John Spindler, the London . . .
Experiences of Mr. Breitenfeld, the Austrian . . .
The Express Messenger’s Story
Extensive Counterfeiting
Extraordinary Case of Robbery In England

F
The Face in the Glass
A False Heir to a Large Possession
Falsely Accused
Falsely Accused; or, The Fatal Photograph
The Family Secret
A Famous Detective Officer; or How He . . .
A Famous Old-Time Detective
The Farmer’s Story
The Farmer’s Story
The Fashionable Highwayman
The Fatal Cigar
The Fatal Liaison
The Fatal Marriage
A Fatal Mistake
The Fatal Nail  
The Fatal Potato
The Fatal Safe
The Fatal Woman
A Fearful Adventure
Felix Scragge’s Next of Kin
A Female Detective
The Female Detective
Fiacre No. 2,525
Finding a Criminal
The Finger of Providence
The First Case
Five Thousand Dollars Reward
Five Thousand Dollars Reward
A Flash of Lightening
A Flat: A Story of College Life
A Flower of Death
Fly Catching
Following up a Clew
Foiled by a Woman
The Fonthill Tragedy
A Foot-Light Flash
For Honor’s Sake
A Forced-Marriage Scheme Defeated
The Forged Patent
Found by Chance
Found Dead
A Four Footed Accomplice
A Fourfold Alibi
A French Detective Story
A French Detective Story
The French Detective: The Little Affair
A French Detective’s Story
French Detectives
The Frenchman: or, the Bills of Exchange
A Friend in Need
The Frustrated Plot

G
Gallegher: A Newspaper Story
The Gambler’s End
The Gambler’s Wax Finger
A Gang of Bold Robbers in France
A Gang of Three
Garnet Buttons
The Garnet Ring
The Genealogical Swindlers
Get a Thief to Catch a Thief
A German Detective Story
A Ghost in a Stateroom
The Girl Detective
Gleanings from Dark Annals
Good Detective Work
Good Mr. Sprue
A Good Night’s Work
A Good Sell
A Government Detective’s Story
The Great Diamond Robbery
A Great Jewel Robbery
The Great Seymour Square Mystery
Guilty, or Not Guilty
Gunning for Outlaws

H
A Hairbreath escape
The Handsome Egyptian Girl: Mr. Bronson . . .
The Handsome Stranger
A Hanged Man’s Story
Harboring a Pauper
A Hard Lesson
Hasheesh
Hattie Newberry, the Vermont Beauty
The Haunted Church
The Haunter Haunted
He Met His Match
The Head in the Window
The Heaviside Diamonds
Helen Forsyth
Her Clay Idol
Hidden Crime Revealed
A Hidden Witness
His First Case
His First Case: How a Detective Found . . .
His First Success
His Fleeting Ideal
His Own Detective
The Hob-Nailed Shoes
Honest Confessions
The Hotel Thief
How the Burglars were Taken
How the Burglars were Trapped
How a Detective Got Left
How the Detectives were Outwitted
How He Got a Start
How I Captured the Burglars
How I Got Promoted
How I was Deceived
How I Wasn't Taken Down
How I Won my Wife
How Lamirande was Caught
How Linton Bank was Robbed
How our Bank was Robbed
How to Prove an Alibi
How the Sergeant was Fooled
How They Escaped
How Vidocq was Superseded
How We Caught Him
How We Trapped the Burglars
Hung By Three Hairs
Hunted Down
Hunted Down
Hunting Him Down
Hunting Rogues

I
Identified by his Corns
Important Evidence: A Lawyer’s Story
The Imprint of a Thumb
The Impulse of a Moment
In Answer to an Advertisement
In His Shirt Sleeves
In the Bush
In the Cellar
In Deadly Peril
In the Maguerriwock
In Wig and Gown
Incident in the Life of a California Detective
Indian Strategem
An Inexplicable Fancy
Ingenious Bank Robberies
Ingenious Smugglers
An Innocent Man Hanged
The Inside Man
An Interview with the Chief Executioner of France
Introduction
Introduction: The Difference Between . . .
The Invisible Crime or Foot-Print Evidence
Is Zoa Watkins Alive?

J
Jacky's Perversity
Jacob’s Insurance
James Hargrave, the Barrister
The Jandidier Mystery
Janet's Wedding Present
The Japanned Box: Or Old Abraham’s Bequest
Jasper Street
The Jewel Thief: A London Detective Story
Job Quigley’s Lesson
Joe Belden
John’s Boy
John’s Jewel
Judged by the Passbook
The Judge’s Daughter
The Judge’s Story
Jules Ingram—or—A Race Down the St. . . .
June’s Valentine
A Juror’s Testimony
A Just Retribution
The Justice Room
Justice vs. Mercy

K
Kind Chance
Kitty Gray’s Trial

L
La Serenissima
A Lady Detective
Lady Pinkerton's Jewels
Lady Sophia’s Saphires
A Lady’s Glove
A Lady’s Hairpin
The Land Passage
The Langley Burglary
The Last Crime  
The Last Dodge
The Last of the Gang
Laudalet Williams’ Step-Son
The Laurieville Mystery
A Lawyer’s Countship
The Lawyer’'s Secret
A Lawyer’s Story
A Lawyer’s Story
Le Diable
A Leaf from the Diary of a Detective
Learning the Secret of Picking Pockets
Leaves from Detective Life
The Left-Foot Shoe
The Left Hand
The Left Handed Assassin
The Left Handed Assassin
A Left-Luggage Story
A Legal Slip ’Twixt Cup and Lip
Lewellyn Payne and the Counterfeiters
A Life’s Lesson
Link by Link
The Little Detective
Little Jinks
A Little Mistake
The Living Statue  
Loaf the Bootblack
The Longworth Mystery  
Look Before You Leap
Lost Diamonds
A Lost Jewel’s Mystery
The Lost Lady
Lost in the Fog
Lost in the Streets
Lost Upon Dartmoor
Lottery Ticket, No. 1710
Lou Lispenard’s Escape
Love’s Sacrifice
A Lucky Detective
A Lucky Larceny
The Lucky Larceny
Lucy's Secret
Lynch Law — A Story of the lead mines
The Lyncher’s Victim  

M
Mabel’s Christmas Gift
Mack and the Veteran
The Mad Philosopher
Madame Dubois
Madame Matteau
Magnetic Influence
The Mail Guard’s Story
A Mail Robber Trapped
Major Truslow’s Mistake
The Major’s Wife
The Maimed Hand
The Major’s Vindication
A Make-Believe Story
Making a Fortune
Making Money with Money
Making Up For It
The Man in the Brown Coat
A Man as was Wronged
Man or Demon
The Man with the Big Whiskers
The Man with the Thumb  
The Maplewood Mystery
Maria Vassar
Mark of the Crutch
Mark Stretton
The Marked Bills
A Marriage Tragedy
Mary Marley
The Masked Robbers
The Match Went Out  
Matched Button
McFeeley’s Mean Trick
Measure for Measure
Measure for Measure
Medical College Sketches. The Chemist’s . . .
Medical College Sketches. The Ex-Professor's Stories. The Skull
A Midnight Adventure: A Detective’s Experience
The Midnight Alarm
The Midnight City
Mine and Countermine
Miss Armstrong’s Homicide
Miss Garnett’s Tenant
Miss Larkspur’s Diamonds
Miss Whitelake’s Diamonds
Missed Him
Missing
Missing — A Young Lady
The Missing Jewels
The Missing Ring
The Missing Wallet  
The Missing Will
A Mistake that Turned Out No Mistake
Mistaken Identity
Mme Sasson’s Dilemma
The Modern Detective
A Modern Fire-Worshiper
A Moment of Anger
Monday
Monk
The Monk Detective; or, The Maniac's Release
The Monomaniac
Monomaniac in Court
Montmorenci’s Secret
Moonshiners  
A Mormon Way
Moses Oran; or, the Burglar's Nest
A Mountain Adventure
A Moustache, and What Came of It
Mr. Charles Fodsham
Mr. Hutchinson's Clerk
Mr. Sasson’s Valet
Mrs. Anstrutle’s Diamonds
Mrs. Baker
Mrs. Blank’s Diamonds
Mrs. Gregory’s Diamonds
Mrs. Harrington’s Diamond Necklace
Mrs. Witherton
"Much Ado About Nothing"
The Murder of Anthony Louvel, 1794
The Murder at Carew Court
The Murder at Cedar Glen
The Murder of the Miser
Murder Most Foul
The Murder at the St. Charles
Murder Under the Microscope
Murder Will Out
Murder Will Out
Murder Will Out
Murder Will Out
Murder Will Out: A Gold Digger’s Adventure
Murdered Himself
The Murderer’s Double
A Murderer’s Ordeal: A California Story 
The Murders at Sunset Canyon
The Mute Witness
The Mutineers
My Crime; or Saved by a Detective
My Escape
My First Brief
My First Case
My First Case
My First Detective Job
My First Experience as a Detective
My First Trip Across the Atlantic
My Little Dog Pickle
My Orderly
My Steady Pupil
My Terrible Plight
My Veiled Client
My Wife’s Legacy
My Wife’s Maid
My Uncle’s Story
The Mysterious Advertisement
The Mysterious Blood Stain
The Mysterious Burglar: A Detective Story
A Mysterious Case
A Mysterious Commission
A Mysterious Deposit
A Mysterious Disappearance
Mysterious Disappearances
The Mysterious Highwayman
The Mysterious Lights
A Mysterious Lodger
A Mysterious Manifestation
The Mysterious Mark
A Mysterious Murder
A Mysterious Murder
The Mysterious Murder
The Mysterious Robberies
A Mysterious Valise
The Mystery at 89 — Street
A Mystery Explained
The Mystery of the Bank
The Mystery of Bertie Mangoose
The Mystery of Darewood Hall
The Mystery of a Pullman Car
Mystery of a Hansom Cab
A Mystery and Its Solution
Mystery of the Mill
A Mystery of Paris
A Mystery Revealed
A Mystery Solved
The Mystery Solved
The Mystery Solved
The Mystery

N
A Nail in the Skull
A Narrow Escape
A Narrow Escape
A Nest of Diamonds
A New Jersey Mystery
A New Year’s Mystery
A Night Among Robbers
Night and Morning
A Night of Adventure
A Night Adventure in New York
The Night of the French Ball
The Night of Peril
No. 12 Lowndes Square
No. 3168
A Noble Sacrifice. A Tale of Washington, D.C.
Not a Ghost Story
Not to be Done
Number Eight
Number Thirty-Nine

O
The Oaken Cabinet
An Observing Man
An Odd Story of Justice
Odd Way to Spot a Thief
An Official Blunder
The Old Coat
An Old Detective's Story
Old Dumps
The Old Kicker
The Old Lady's Story
An Old Lawyer’s Story
An Old Lawyer's Story
Old Mr. Alvord’s Last Will
An Old Offender
Old Sam
Old Sleuthhound
On a Field Azure a Silver Star
On His Track
The One False Step
One Hundred Pounds Reward
$1,250,000, or the Private Mark
One Night in a Gaming-House
Only a Cent
Only Borrowed
Only a Pen Scratch
The Orphans
The O’Shaughnessy Diamonds
Our Cabin Passenger
Our Cook’s Revenge
Our Crime Land Excursion
Our Junior Partner
Our Lodger
Our Murderer; or the Sea Gives Up Its Dead
Our New Pupil
Our Thief’s Account: A Page from a . . .
Our Verdant Juror

P
A Pair of Them
The Parisian Detective
The Parisian Police
Pecks Bad Boy
The Peculiar Advertisements
A Peculiar Business in Paris: The Avocation . . .
A Peculiar Case
Pen-Knife Blade: A Leaf from a Surgeons Diary
Peggy’s Double
A Perfect Treasure
A Perilous Adventure
Personal to Mr. Gimblett
The Phantom Face
The Phantom Hands  
A Physician’s Wife’s Story
The Picadilly Puzzle
A Piece of Deception 
A Piece of Paper
Pigot Murder
A Pinkerton Detective
The Pious Robber
A Piquant Anecdote
The Platinum Filling
Plundering a Safe
The Poisoner
A Police Story
The Police System in Paris
The Pond House
A Possible Case of Circumstantial Evidence
A Post-Mortem Discovery
The Power of Conscience
A Pretty Detective
Pretty Mrs. Graham
The Pretty Thief
The Price of Two Lives
The Print of a Finger
The Prison Mazas
A Private Detective
A Private Detective’s Story
The Private Secretary
The Professor
The Professor’s Strategem

Q
The Quaker Detective
The Quaker and the Robber
A Queer Burglary
A Queer Clue
A “Queer” Story
The Queer Witness  
Quick Work: From the Diary of Hardshaw . . .

R
A Railroad Detective’s Story
A Railway Carriage Romance
A Real Romance
Reaped What They Sowed
The Recognition
Recollections of Other Days
A Red Chapter
The Red Chest  
Reminiscence of Biebusch
A Reporter’s Romance
Rescued by Luck
Rescued: Midnight Adventure in New Orleans
Resting Powders
A Resolute Rascal
The Resurrectionist
Retribution
The Returned Convict
Ribaud the Miser
Richard Pardon’s Peril
Richard Watson
Robber Ghost-Makers
The Robber’s Roost; or Han’s Last Victim
Rogues Gallery
The Romance of Cracker’s Neck
The Romance of a Diamond
A Romance of a Railway Carriage
The Romance of Two Cameras  
Ruth’s Ornaments

S
A Safe Investment
Sapphire Eyes
A Satanic Compact
Saved by Accident
Saved by a Detective
Saved by a Dream
Saved by a Hair
Saved by Kindness
Saved by a Parrot
Saved by a Picture
Saved by a Pipe
Saved by a Telephone
Saved from the Gallows
The Scarlet Ribbon
The Schemer’s Trap
Scorching a Scotsman
The Scottish Banker's Dilemma
The Scourge of the Highway
A Scrap of Paper
Searching out a Mystery
The Second Sight
The Secret Cipher
The Secret Closet
The Secret Door
The Secret Out
Sentenced to Death
Septimus Brown's Dilemma
A Set of Diamonds
Settling the Fenwick Estate
Seven Up
Seventy Miles an Hour
A Sewer Rat
The Sexton’s Boots
The Shadow of a Hand
Shaken Down. A Detective's Story
Shall He Wed Her?
The Sham Counterfeiter
Sharp Detective Work
She Was Dismissed
Sheer Luck
The Sheriff's Story
The Shirt of Mail
Shoving the Queer
The Sibyl’s Augury
Signed with my own Blood
The Silent Witness
The Silver Arrow
The Silver Bullet  
The Silver Pin
A Singular Story
A Singular Verdict
A Sinless Fall
Sir William and Lady Deveraux
A Sister’s Vengeance
The Skeleton
The Skeleton in the Well
The Sleepy Old Man
A Skilled Detective's Way
Slick Mrs. Gray
A Slip of Paper
A Smart Young Man
A Social Surprise
The Sofa
Solving a Mystery
The Somnabulist
The Sorceress’ Trick, and How She Was Caught
A Spanish Gang of Counterfeiters and Coiners
Spirits Utilized
Stage Robbers
State's Evidence
Stealing a Million
The Stolen Child
The Stolen Emeralds
The Stolen Image 
The Stolen Laces
The Stolen Silks: A Detective’s Story
The Stolen White Elephant
The Stories of Three Burglars
A Story of an Australian Detective
A Story of Circumstantial Evidence
A Story of Circumstantial Evidence
Story of Crime
The Story of Felice
The Story of Herman
Story of a London Bank Cashier
Story of a London Detective
A Story of a Pack of Cards
The Story of a Ring
A Story of Russia
The Story of a Thumb Mark
Story of a Vase
The Story Teller: All for a Will: A Lawyer’s Story
A Strange Adventure
A Strange Affair
A Strange Case: Where a Pair of Lost . . .
Strange Clews to Crime
A Strange Passenger
A Strange Perfume
The Strange Perfume
Strange Stories
The Successful Detective
A Suspected California Murderer
A Sympathetic Link

T
The Tables Turned
Tale of a Shadow
Talk with a Letter Detective
A Tangled Web
Tardy Justice
Tea-Chest Tommy
The Telegraph Detective
The Tell-Tale Diamond
A Tell-Tale Ink Mark
The Tell-Tale Key   
The Tell-Tale Spectacles
A Tell-Tale Toothpick
Ten Dollars a Month: A Story of Grief and Joy
Ten Millions
A Terrible Night in Baltimore
A Terrible Night
The Terrible Ride
That Deceptive Telegram
Theatrics in Sauk
Tried for His Own Murder
The Thief and the Defaulter
Thief-Catching in Canada
The Thief in the Night
A Thief Sub Rosa
The Thirteenth Juror
The Thousand Dollar Lesson
The Three Greens: A Detective Story
The Three Traveling Bags
Three Visions
The Tidal Train
Told Over Tobies of Ale
Too Clever by Half
Too Much Haste
The Torn Bill
The Torn Glove (1883)
Torn Newspaper; or Circumstantial Evidence
The Trabucayras
Traced by the Buttons
Tracing a Murderer
The Tragedy at Granite Bridge
Trailing a Crime
Trailing a Robber
Trailing a Thief
The Trained Horse
A Tramp's Secret
Trapped in a Car
The Treasure of Rampsinitus
The Trial for Murder
Tricked and Tracked
A True Bill
A True Ghost Story
True to this Oath
A Trunk Mystery
A 12,000 Pound Check
Twelve Thousand Pounds
Twenty-one Years of Illegal Imprisonment Suffered by a Beautiful Young Lady of the Polish Nobility
The Twin Brothers  
The Twisted Ring  
The Two Bracelets
The Two Chiefs of the Detective Force
Two Fair Detectives
Two Men and Two Women
Two Queer Cases
The Two Sisters: or, the Avenger
£2,000 Reward

U
An Unconscious Detective
Unconsidered Threats
Under a Cloud
Under False Colors
Under the Shadow of Death
Under Suspicion
An Undeveloped Mystery
Undying Love
An Unexpected Change of “Subjects”
The Unexpected Detectives
An Unexplained Mystery
An Uninvited Guest
The Unknown Assassin
The Unknown Death
Unmasked
Unravelling a Plot
Unravelling a Cipher
Up the “Draw”

V
Van Bibber’s Wager
A Veteran Detective
The Victim of a Plot
The Victory
Vidocq and the Forger
The Vigilants’ Mistake
A Vigilants’ Raid
The Vital Point

W
The Walker Street Tragedy
Wanted a Room Mate
Watching a Defaulter
The Wax Finger
What Did I See?
What I Learned About Counterfeiting
What is Pocket Picking?
What’s in a Name
Whisky Howe
The White Perfumery Bottle
The White Topaz
Who Did It?
Who is Guilty?
Who is the Thief?
Who is the Thief?
Who Killed the Judge?
Who Milked the Cow?
"Who Pese Dese Local Editors?"
Who Robbed Madame?
Who Stole the Money?
Who Stole the Plate?
Who Took It
Who was Guilty
Who was the Murderer!
Why I Became a Detective
The Widow Reed
The Widow’s Escape
A Wife’s Constancy
A Wife’s Crime
The Wife's Secret
William Roberts and his Forgeries
Willie’s Earnings
Willie’s Flower-Pot
With Cries of Dismay
The Withered Hand
The Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
A Woman of Mystery
A Woman’s Revenge
The Wounded Hand
Written in Blood
The Wrong Burglar
The Wrong House
The Wronged Wife

X
“X” and “H”: A Telegraph Operator’s Story
xxx Dream Picture
X. Y. Z.

Y
A Young Woman Detective

Z
Zizi, the Little Detective

 

   

A
Armstrong, J. B.
Arnold, George

B
J[ames] B[rampton]
J.M.B.
Baden, Francis Henshaw
Bennett, Emerson
Blackburn, Darius
Briggs, C. F.
Burton, William E.

C
Cobb, Sylvanus, Jr.
Collins, Wilkie

Conrad, Caroline
Cope, Hartzel

D
Denison, M. A., Mrs.
Dickens, Charles
Dix, John Ross

F
Franklin, James F.
Fitts, James Franklin

G
Gardette, Charles D.
Garrett, Percy
Gyngoo, Jeremiah

H
Harris, John
Hunter, Fred.

J
James, G. P. R.

L
Lauderdale, Alexander W.
Lee, Marl
Leech, Harry Harewood
Lincoln, Abraham

M
M’Cabe, James D.
McN
Meridan, Kate
Mildrum, John

O
O’Connell, Daniel
Op., Theo.
Orme, Mary
Orne, Caroline, Mrs.

P
Perkins, Frederic B. [Beecher]
Poe, Edgar Allan

Q
Quad, M.

R
Randolph, Amy
Russell, William (under the pseudonym “Thomas Waters”) 

S
H. B. S.
Sinclair, Oliver
Smith, S. Compton, Dr.
Spofford, Harriet E. Prescott

T
Temple, Charles
Thornberry, John
Tudor, Cyrus

V
Vaughan, Mary C.

W
Warren, Samuel
Waters, Thomas (See Russell, William)
Williams, John B., M.D.
Winwood, Rett


Soon to be Posted:
A
A.R.M.A.
Adams, O. S.
Alden, Henry Mills
Alden, W. L.
Angell, L. B.
Angier, Frank H.
Ashmore, Anna
Arnold, Theodore

B
Bagley, James
Baldwin, Dwight
Baldwin, Harry
Barnes, Lewis
Bell, August
Benedict, Frank Lee
Bennett, W.C.
Biglow, Elizabeth
Bill Squibb
Bioelow, Elizabeth
Binnacle
Bittersweet, Hester
Blanchard, Geo. Clarence
Blotter, Samuel
Blume, Paul
Boutelle, Clarence M.
Brockton, S. Reade
Buchanan, W. W.
Buffum, Edward Gould
Buntline, Ned
Burdick, Austin C.
Burton, Jennie Davis
Byades, Euri
Byers, John

C
S.S.C.
Campbell, Elizabeth
Campbell, Gilbert E., Bart.
Campbell, Lizzie
Castleton, Charles
Causepohl, Henry J.
Champney, Elizabeth
Clamp, H.E.
Clarence, Walter
Clark, Judge

Clarke, Ethel Gorman
Claude, M.
Cobb, Darius
Constant, Captain Felix
Cooke, William M.
Craft, Steele
Crosse, Marah

D
Dabney, James
Dallas, Mary Kyle
Davis, C.
Davis, C. H.
Davis, Leo
Davis, Leopold
Davis, Richard Harding
Sam Davis
Delta
Deming, P.
Dennys, George M.
Dodge, H. C.
Doyle, P. Henry
Dumont, Frank
Durivage, Francis A.
Dusseault, Edward

E
Eaton, William O.
Edson, Mrs. R. B.
Ehnenger de Friese, A.
Elam, W. C.
Erastus, George
Erskine Boyd

F
Farley, M.C.
Fay, Gaston
Field, Anna C.
Flower, F. G.
Forrester, Andrew
Foster, Fred F.
Foxcroft, Frank
Fulton, H. C.

G
Gaboriau, Émile
Granville, Austyn
Green, Anna Katharine
Greenwood, James
Gribble, Willis
Grissom, Arthur C.

H
C. H.
G. G. H.
Hahn, Chas. C.
Hall, W. Jared
Halpine, Mary Grace
Harbaugh, T. C.

Hardy, Liston
Hatch, Mary R. P.
Hawthorne, Julian
Hazeltine, Howard
Heey, Cashel, Mrs.
Heins, Edward
Higginson, Ella
Hood, Tom
Hooper, William
Hote, Robert
Howard, Captain
Howard, Charles
Howard, F. M., Mrs.
Hull, Paul
Hume, Fergus
Humphrey, Hugh
Hunter, J.T.
Hurley, W.S.

I
Ives, John M.

J
James, D. W. C., Major

K
W.S.K.
Keller, H. S.
Kenneth, Edward
Ker, David
Kyle, Hattie

L
Lawrence, Leslie
Leonard, James
Lingard, Alice Dunning

M
A. M.
C. M.
Macaulay, H.
Macdowell, Blanche L.
Mason, R. D.
McMullen, James
McWatters, George S.
Merriam, W. L.
Merrill, J. M.
Meserve, Arthur, L.
M’Keever, Abbie C.
Modricker, A. H.
Modricker, A. N.
Montet, James
Morgan, Thomas P.
Morris, A. P., Jr.
Murdock, S. K.
Murray ,Charles T.
Mycatt, J.

O
Orne, Caroline
Orne, W. H.

P
Paeon, Dr.
Penney, William Edward
Perkins, F. B.
Preston, Masie
Phillips, Louise
Pinkerton, Allan

R
J. H. R.
Read, Paul
Rexford, Eben E.
Richardson, Frances T.
Rochester, Will
Rolfe, Maro O.
Rosavo, Narissa
Ross, Alexander
Russell, William (under the name “Thomas Waters”)
Russet, Caleb

S
Schoolcraft, Frances Mary
Sharp, Luke
Simmons, Dennis
Sinclair
Sinclaire, A. T.
Snodricker, A. H.
Spec, Julius, Jr.
Spencer, Edward
St. John, Percy B.
Standish, Herbert Lee
Stanton, F. L.
Stockton, Frank
Stone, C. J.
Studley, Leonard A.
Symonds, George W., Colonel

T
T. W.
Terhune, Wm. L.
Thompson, D. P.
Thompson, J. A.
Thornbury, John
Thorne, Barbara
Thornton, Mrs. Emily, Mrs.
Tremaine, B. E.
Turner, Johnson B.
Twain, Mark

V
Victor, Metta
Vincent, Henry
Vivian, T.J.

W
Waters, Thomas (See Russell,William)
Walters, Warren
Watson, J.W.
Weldon, Dwight
Walls, C. V.
Wells, L. E.
Wentforth, Portland
Williams, John
Willian, Miss Camilla
Whitney, B. J., Miss
Woodruff, Allie
Woods, William
Wolf, Phillip, M.D.

Y
Young, E. Allison
Young, Mary C.


 

 

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