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99 Classic Mystery Short Stories Vol.1 : Works by Arthur Conan Do...
by , William MacLeod Raine

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May 29, 2019

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<p>CONTENTS:</p><p>ALGERNON BLACKWOOD<br />1. Confession</p><p>ARTHUR B. REEVE<br />2. The Beauty Mask</p><p>ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE<br />3 to 14. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes</p><p>ARTHUR QUILLER-COUCH<br />15. The Affair of Bleakirk-on-Sands</p><p>ARTHUR STANWOOD PIER<br />16. The Best Friend</p><p>ARTHUR STRINGER<br />17. The Adolescence of Number Eighty-Seven<br />18. The Bell<br />19. The Benevolence of Montana Bill<br />20. The Button Thief</p><p>BARRY PAIN<br />21. The Bottom of the Gulf<br />22. With a Clear Conscience</p><p>CAROLYN WELLS<br />23. The Adventure of the Clothes-line</p><p>COMPTON MACKENZIE<br />24. Carnage</p><p>E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM<br />25. A Mad Christmas<br />26. An Aristocratic Socialist<br />27. An Unlucky Rehearsal</p><p>EDGAR FAWCETT<br />28. The Current of Things</p><p>EDGAR WALLACE<br />29. The Agreeable Company</p><p>ELEANOR H. PORTER<br />30. Angelus<br />31. The Apple of Her Eye</p><p>EMERSON HOUGH<br />32. The Abducted Bride</p><p>ETHEL WATTS MUMFORD<br />33. The Bells of Cullam</p><p>F. HOPKINSON SMITH<br />34. Captain Joe</p><p>FORREST CRISSEY<br />35. The Achievement</p><p>FRANCES HODGSON BURNETT<br />36. Surly Tim's Trouble</p><p>FRED M. WHITE<br />37. A Gamble in Love<br />38. A Liberal Education<br />39. A Matter of Kindness<br />40. Autumn Manœuvres<br />41. The Ace of Hearts</p><p>G.B. LANCASTER<br />42. The Brand of the Wild</p><p>GEORGE ADE<br />43. The Backslider</p><p>GILBERT PARKER<br />44. A Castaway of the South<br />45. As Deep As the Sea<br />46. At Point o' Bugles<br />47. Barbara Golding<br />48. The Baron of Beauguard</p><p>H. BEDFORD-JONES<br />49. A Question of Brains<br />50. A Tiger Hilt</p><p>H.G. WELLS<br />51. The Apple</p><p>HAPSBURG LIEBE<br />52. A Woman Keeps a Secret</p><p>HAROLD BINDLOSS<br />53. An Unofficial Affair</p><p>HARVEY J. O'HIGGINS<br />54. A Change of Profession<br />55. Captain Keighley's Men<br />56. Captain Meaghan's Retirement<br />57. The Anonymous Letters</p><p>HENRY C. ROWLAND<br />58. 677-X-7: A Motor-Car Tale</p><p>HONORE WILLSIE<br />59. Afraid of the Dark</p><p>HUGH PENDEXTER<br />60. At the Belton Arms</p><p>JAMES BRANCH CABELL<br />61. As the Coming of Dawn</p><p>JAMES HOPPER<br />62. Banjo Nell<br />63. The Failure<br />64. The Maestro of Balangilang</p><p>JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD<br />65. The Copper-Ship</p><p>JENNETTE LEE<br />66. At the End of the Rainbow</p><p>JOSEPHINE DASKAM BACON<br />67. Where Thieves Break In</p><p>LEONARD MERRICK<br />68. Aribaud's Two Wives</p><p>MARGARET SHERWOOD<br />69. All for Love</p><p>MARIE BELLOC LOWNDES<br />70. A Citizen of Calais</p><p>MARJORIE BOWEN<br />71. Dorinda Dares<br />72. The Apple of Venus</p><p>MARY HEATON VORSE<br />73. The Ancient Courage</p><p>MARY RAYMOND SHIPMAN ANDREWS<br />74. The Butler</p><p>MAX BEERBOHM<br />75. A. V. Laider</p><p>MAX PEMBERTON<br />76. Barbara of the Bell House<br />77. The Accursed Gems</p><p>OCTAVUS ROY COHEN<br />78. The Baboon's Sister</p><p>PERCEVAL GIBBON<br />79. Ambush<br />80. The Adventure on a Portuguese Trader<br />81. The Adventure with the Slave Dealer<br />82. The Adventuress</p><p>R. AUSTIN FREEMAN<br />83. The Aluminum Dagger<br />84. The Anthropologist at Large</p><p>RICHARD MARSH<br />85. The Assassin</p><p>ROY NORTON<br />86. Captain Bill</p><p>RUDYARD KIPLING<br />87. Friendly Brook<br />88. Mary Postgate</p><p>RUPERT HUGHES<br />89. At the Sixth Tee</p><p>SAX ROHMER<br />90. The Call of Siva</p><p>STACY AUMONIER<br />91. Them Others</p><p>W. PETT RIDGE<br />92. A Successful Conspiracy<br />93. Ah Lun's gift</p><p>W. W. JACOBS<br />94. After the Inquest<br />95. Choice Spirits</p><p>WILKIE COLLINS<br />96. The Angler's Story Of The Lady Of Glenwith Grange<br />97. The Lawyer's Story of a Stolen Letter<br />98. The Nun's Story of Gabriel's Marriage</p><p>WILLIAM RAINE <br />99. A Meeting of His Creditors</p>
Detective Comics (1937-2011) #317
by , Jack Schiff

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English

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28

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July 03, 1963

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“THE SECRETS OF THE FLYING BAT-CAVE!” Batman and Robin bring the Flying Bat-Cave to Center City for a police convention and help a rookie cop nab the Condor Gang.
Detective Comics (1937-2011) #316
by , Jack Schiff

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English

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28

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June 05, 1963

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“DOUBLE BATMAN VS. DOUBLE X!” Simon Ecks escapes from the sanitarium he was locked in with his memory restored. Ecks decides to develop another duplicator device and becomes Dr. Double X once again. He matches wits with Batman again, although this time, Batman is able to defeat him by generating an energy duplicate of himself with Ecks’ machine. Baman fights Ecks while their respective duplicates fight each other.
Burning the Scarecrow (SMR Book 3)
by World Codex Staff

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22

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June 01, 2019

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<p><em><strong>5 STARS ~</strong></em> <strong>"I HAVE A FEELING THAT NIGHTMARES ARE IN STORE FOR ME LATER TONIGHT."</strong> ~ <em>Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite</em><br /> <br />Meet the freckle-faced boy who grew up to be the inspiration for Alfred Hitchcock’s <em>PSYCHO</em> and Jonathan Demme’s <em>THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS</em>.  Sometimes the relationship between mother and child reaches beyond the realm of natural.  Burning the Scarecrow seems like a reasonably harmless offense or practical joke, but for Eddie and Jack, it set unforeseen horrors into motion that both boys would regret for the rest of their lives.  Includes Inception by Meredith Carson and Afterword by John Rollins.<br /> <br /><em>In an archived article, Jack T Mann penned a rare, brief account of his experience with Ed Gein, entitled Burning the Scarecrow.  Only a foreword and afterword were added to augment the piece in TWC's attempt to stay true to his original work.</em><br /></p>
Stumptown Vol. 3 #2
by Greg Rucka

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English

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27

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October 22, 2014

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After discovering her dear friend Mercury beaten to within an inch of his life, Dex is determined to find the culprit at any cost. But when her path again crosses with Seattle-based investigator C.K. Banes, will Dex have an ally or yet another obstacle? Greg Rucka's fan-favorite detective is back in the second issue of her new ongoing series with artist Justin Greenwood (Image Comics' THE FUSE)!
Detective Comics (1937-2011) #443
by , Joe Samachson

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English

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81

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October 02, 1974

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“GOTTERDAMMERUNG.” Investigating the apparent death of a friend, Batman encounters Manhunter and becomes intertwined with his last, desperate crusade to bring down the Council, which ultimately ends with Manhunter’s death, sacrificing himself in order to destroy the Council.
Detective Comics (1937-2011) #448
by Len Wein

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English

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19

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June 04, 1975

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“BEDLAM BENEATH THE BIG TOP!” Batman invades a carnival to learn the ultimate secrets behind the “murders” of Talia and Ra’s al Ghul.
Detective Comics (1937-2011) #449
by , Mary Skrenes

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19

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July 02, 1975

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“MIDNIGHT RUSTLER OF GOTHAM CITY!” Commissioner Gordon summons Batman to help him solve a problem involving four slaughterhouses each losing a herd of cattle. When the commissioner receives an anonymous tip about a fifth attempt, Batman boards a Refugee Island ferry believed to be a part of the smuggling, where he encounters one of the thieves, Tad Wolfe.
Batman (1940-2011) #181
by , Gardner Fox

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26

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June 01, 1966

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The first appearance of Poison Ivy in “Beware of Poison Ivy!” Poison Ivy challenges the reigning female villains in Gotham City. Batman and Robin are on the move to stop her, but they’re both at risk of falling victim to her charms! *Content scan quality may vary.
Detective Comics (1937-2011) #465
by , David V. Reed

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18

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November 03, 1976

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“THE BEST-KEPT SECRET IN GOTHAM CITY!” Commissioner Gordon is kidnapped by hoods who want him to divulge Batman’s secret identity, which he does not know. But a prearranged signal leads Batman to the place where Gordon is being held, and to a confrontation with his captors.

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