Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1859-1930

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Biographical note

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was an author most noted for his stories about the detective Sherlock Holmes, which are generally considered a major innovation in the field of crime fiction, and for the adventures of Professor Challenger. He was a prolific writer whose other works include science fiction stories, historical novels, plays and romances, poetry, and non-fiction.

Works

The Sherlock Holmes stories

  • A Study in Scarlet [1887]
  • The Sign of Four [1890]
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes [1892]
    A Scandal in Bohemia — The Red-headed League — A Case of Identity — The Boscombe Valley Mystery — The Five Orange Pips — The Man with the Twisted Lip — The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle — The Adventure of the Speckled Band — The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb — The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor — The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet — The Adventure of the Copper Beeches
  • The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes [1894]
    Silver Blaze — The Yellow Face — The Stock-Broker’s Clerk — The “Gloria Scott” — The Musgrave Ritual — The Reigate Puzzle — The Crooked Man — The Resident Patient — The Greek Interpreter — The Naval Treaty — The Final Problem
  • The Hound of the Baskervilles [1902]
  • The Return of Sherlock Holmes [1904]
    The Adventure of the Abbey Grange — The Adventure of Black Peter — The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton — The Adventure of the Dancing Men — The Adventure of the Empty House — The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez — The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter — The Adventure of the Norwood Builder — The Adventure of the Priory School — The Adventure of the Second Stain — The Adventure of the Six Napoleons — The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist — The Adventure of the Three Students
  • The Valley of Fear [1914]
  • His Last Bow [1917]
    Preface — The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge — The Adventure of the Red Circle — The Adventure of the Cardboard Box — The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans — The Adventure of the Dying Detective — The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax — The Adventure of the Devil’s Foot — His Last Bow: An Epilogue of Sherlock Holmes
  • The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes [1927]
    The Adventure of the Illustrious Client — The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier — The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone — The Adventure of the Three Gables — The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire — The Adventure of the Three Garridebs — The Problem of Thor Bridge — The Adventure of the Creeping Man — The Adventure of the Lion’s Mane — The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger — The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place — The Adventure of the Retired Colourman

Professor Challenger Stories

Brigadier Gerard

Historical novels

Other novels

Short stories

  1. “The Mystery of Sasassa Valley”
    [Chambers’s Journal, September 6, 1879. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  2. “The American’s Tale : an Arizona tragedy”
    [London Society, Christmas edition, December 1880. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  3. “A Night Among the Nihilists”
    [London Society, April 1881. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  4. “The Gully of Bluemansdyke”
    [London Society, 1881. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  5. “That Little Square Box”
    [London Society, Christmas edition, December 1881. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  6. “Bones - The April Fool of Harvey’s Sluice”
    [London Society, April 1882. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  7. “Our Derby Sweepstakes”
    [London Society, May 1882. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  8. “That Veteran”
    [All The Year Round, September 2, 1882.]
  9. “My Friend the Murderer”
    [London Society, Christmas edition, December 1882. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  10. “The Captain of the ‘Pole-Star’”
    [Temple Bar magazine, January 1883. First book appearance in Dreamland and Ghostland, 1887.]
  11. “Gentlemanly Joe”
    [All The Year Round, March 31, 1883.]
  12. “The Winning Shot”
    [Bow Bells magazine, July 11, 1883.]
  13. “The Silver Hatchet”
    [London Society, Christmas edition, December 1883. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  14. “Selecting a Ghost. The Ghosts of Goresthorpe Grange”
    [London Society, December 1883. First book appearance in Dreamland and Ghostland, 1887.]
  15. “An Exciting Christmas Eve; or, my lecture on dynamite”
    [Boy’s Own Paper, Christmas edition, December 1883.]
  16. “J. Habakuk Jephson’s Statement”
    [The Cornhill Magazine, January 1884. First book appearance in Dreamland and Ghostland, 1887.]
  17. “The Heiress of Glenmahowley”
    [Temple Bar magazine, January 1884.]
  18. “The Blood-Stone Tragedy : a druidical story”
    [Cassell’s Saturday Journal, February 16, 1884.]
  19. “John Barrington Cowles”
    [Cassell’s Saturday Journal, April 12-19, 1884. First book appearance in The Captain of The “Pole-Star” and Other Tales, 1890.]
  20. “The Cabman’s Story : the Mysteries of a London ‘Growler’”
    [Cassell’s, May 17, 1884.]
  21. “The Tragedians”
    [Bow Bells magazine, August 20, 1884.]
  22. “Crabbe’s Practice”
    [Boy’s Own Paper, Christmas edition, December 1884. First book appearance in Tales of Adventure and Medical Life, 1922.]
  23. “The Man from Archangel”
    [London Society, January 1885. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889.]
  24. “The Lonely Hampshire Cottage”
    [Cassell’s Saturday Journal, May 2, 1885.]
  25. “The Great Keinplatz Experiment”
    [Belgravia magazine, July 1885. First book appearance in Dreamland and Ghostland, 1887.]
  26. “The Parson of Jackman’s Gulch”
    [London Society, Christmas edition, December 1885. First book appearance in Mysteries and Adventures, 1889. Also published as “Elias B. Hopkins - The Parson of Jackman’s Gulch”.]
  27. “The Fate of the ‘Evangeline’”
    [Boy’s Own Paper, Christmas edition, December 1885.]
  28. “Touch and Go”
    [Cassell’s Family Magazine, April 1886.]
  29. “Cyprian Overbeck Wells : A Literary Mosaic”
    [Boy’s Own Paper, Christmas edition, December 1886. First book appearance in The Captain of The “Pole-Star” and Other Tales, 1890. Also published as “A Literary Mosaic”.]
  30. “Uncle Jeremy’s Household”
    [Boy’s Own Paper, January-February 1887. Also published as “The Mystery of Uncle Jeremy’s Household”.]
  31. “The Stone of Boxman’s Drift”
    [Boy’s Own Paper, Christmas edition, December 1887.]
  32. “John Huxford’s Hiatus”
    [The Cornhill Magazine, June 1888. First book appearance in The Captain of The “Pole-Star” and Other Tales, 1890.]
  33. “The Ring of Thoth”
    [The Cornhill Magazine, January 1890. First book appearance in The Captain of The “Pole-Star” and Other Tales, 1890. Also published as “The Mummy”.]
  34. “A Physiologist’s Wife”
    [Blackwood’s Magazine, September 1890. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  35. “The Surgeon of Gaster Fell”
    [First UK edition: Ivers, London, 1885. First US edition: Arthur Westbrook Co, Cleveland, Ohio, ca. 1920. First magazine appearance: Chamber’s Journal, December 6, 13, 20, and 27, 1890.]
  36. “A Pastoral Horror”
    [People, December 21, 1890.]
  37. “Our Midnight Visitor”
    [Temple Bar magazine, February 1891.]
  38. “A Straggler of ’15”
    [Black and White, March 21, 1891. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  39. “The Voice of Science”
    [The Strand Magazine, March 1891.]
  40. “The Colonel’s Choice”
    [Lloyd’s Weekly London Newspaper, July 26, 1891.]
  41. “A Sordid Affair”
    [People, November 29, 1891.]
  42. “A False Start”
    [Gentlewoman, Christmas edition, December 1891. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  43. “Out of the Running”
    [Black and White, January 2, 1892. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  44. “The Great Brown-Pericord Motor”
    [The Ludgate Weekly Magazine, March 5, 1892. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  45. “De Profundis”
    [The Idler, March 1892. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  46. “A Regimental Scandal”
    [Indianapolis Journal, May 14, 1892.]
  47. Lot No. 249.
    [Harper’s, September 1892. First book appearance in Round the Red Lamp, 1894.]
  48. “A Question of Diplomacy”
    [Illustrated London News, Summer 1892. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  49. “Jelland’s Voyage”
    [Harper’s Weekly, November 12, 1892. First book appearance in Round the Fire Stories, 1922.]
  50. “The Los Amigos Fiasco”
    [The Idler, December 1892. First book appearance in Round the Red Lamp, 1894.]
  51. “The Green Flag”
    [Pall Mall Magazine, June 1893. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  52. “The ‘Slapping Sal’”
    [McClure’s Magazine, August 1893. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  53. “The Case of Lady Sannox”
    [The Idler, November 1893. First book appearance in Round the Red Lamp, 1894. Also published as “The Kiss of Blood”.]
  54. “A Medical Document”
    [No record of magazine publication. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  55. “The Third Generation”
    [No record of magazine publication. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  56. “The Surgeon Talks”
    [No record of magazine publication. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  57. “His First Operation”
    [No record of magazine publication. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  58. “Behind the Times”
    [No record of magazine publication. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  59. “The Curse of Eve”
    [No record of magazine publication. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  60. “The Doctors of Hoyland”
    [The Idler, April 1894. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  61. “Sweethearts”
    [The Idler, June 1894. First book appearance in Round The Red Lamp, 1894.]
  62. “The Lord of Chateau Noir”
    [The Strand Magazine, July 1894. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  63. “The Parasite”
    [Lloyd’s Weekly Newspaper, November 11-December 2, 1894. First UK book edition: A. Constable amp; Co., London, 1894 First US book edition: Harper & Brothers, New York, 1895.]
  64. “A Foreign Office Romance”
    [The Strand Magazine, November 1894. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  65. “The Recollections of Captain Wilkie”
    [Chambers’s Journal, January 19, 1895.]
  66. “The Three Correspondents”
    [Windsor Magazine, October 1896. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  67. “The Governor of Saint Kitt’s”
    [Pearson’s Magazine, January 1897. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900. Also published as “How The Governor of St. Kitt’s Came Home”.]
  68. “The Two Barques”
    [Pearson’s Magazine, March 1897. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900. Also published as “The Dealings of Captain Sharkey With Stephen Craddock”.]
  69. “The Voyage of Copley Banks”
    [Pearson’s Magazine, May 1897. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900. Also published as “How Copley Banks Slew Captain Sharkey”.]
  70. “The Striped Chest”
    [Pearson’s Magazine, July 1897. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  71. “The Fiend of the Cooperage”
    [The Manchester Weekly Times, October 1, 1897. First book appearance in Round the Fire Stories, 1908.]
  72. “The Confession”
    [The Star, January 17, 1898.]
  73. “The Story of the Beetle-Hunter”
    [The Strand Magazine, June 1898. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Beetle Hunter”.]
  74. “The Story of the Man with the Watches”
    [The Strand Magazine, July 1898. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Man With The Watches”.]
  75. “The King of the Foxes”
    [Windsor Magazine, July 1898. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  76. “The Story of the Lost Special”
    [The Strand Magazine, August 1898. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Lost Special”.]
  77. “The Story of the Sealed Room”
    [The Strand Magazine, September 1898. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Sealed Room”.]
  78. “The Story of the Black Doctor”
    [The Strand Magazine, October 1898. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Black Doctor”.]
  79. “The Story of the Club-Footed Grocer”
    [The Strand Magazine, November 1898. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Club-Footed Grocer”.]
  80. “The Story of the Brazilian Cat”
    [The Strand Magazine, December 1898. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908. Also published as “The Brazilian Cat”.]
  81. “The Retirement of Signor Lambert”
    [Pearson’s Magazine, December 1898.]
  82. “A Shadow Before”
    [Windsor Magazine, December 1898. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  83. “The New Catacomb”
    [The Sunlight Yearbook, 1898. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900 Also published as “Burger’s Secret”.]
  84. “The Story of the Japanned Box”
    [The Strand Magazine, January 1899. First book appearance in Tales of Terror and Mystery, 1922 Also published as “The Japanned Box”.]
  85. “The Story of the Jew’s Breastplate”
    [The Strand Magazine, February 1899. First book appearance in Round the Fire Stories, 1908. Also published as “The Jew’s Breastplate” and “The Professor had a Key”.]
  86. “The Story of the B-24”
    [The Strand Magazine, March 1899. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “B-24”.]
  87. “A True Story of the Tragedy of ‘Flowery Land’”
    [Louisville Courier-Journal, March 10, 1899.]
  88. “The Usher of Lea House School”
    [The Strand Magazine, April 1899. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Latin Tutor” and “The Usher of Lea House School”.]
  89. “The Story of the Brown Hand”
    [The Strand Magazine, May 1899. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908 Also published as “The Brown Hand”.]
  90. “The Croxley Master: a great tale of the prize ring”
    [The Strand Magazine, October-December 1899. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  91. “The Debut of Bimbashi Joyce”
    [Punch, January 3, 1900. First book appearance in The Green Flag, 1900.]
  92. “Playing with Fire”
    [The Strand Magazine, March 1900. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908.]
  93. “An Impression of the Regency”
    [Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, August 1900.]
  94. “The Leather Funnel”
    [McClure’s, November 1902. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908.]
  95. “The Pot of Caviare”
    [The Strand Magazine, March 1908. First book appearance in Round The Fire Stories, 1908.]
  96. “The Silver Mirror”
    [The Strand Magazine, August 1908. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  97. “The Lord of Falconbridge: a legend of the Ring”
    [The Strand Magazine, August 1909. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  98. “The Home-Coming”
    [The Strand Magazine, December 1909. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  99. “The Terror of Blue John Gap
    [The Strand Magazine, August 1910. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  100. “The Last Galley”
    [The Strand Magazine, November 1910. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  101. “The Coming of the Huns”
    [Scribner’s Magazine, November 1910. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  102. “Through the Veil”
    [The Strand Magazine, November 1910. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  103. “The First Cargo”
    [Scribner’s Magazine, December 1910. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  104. “The Last of the Legions”
    [The Strand Magazine, December 1910. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911 Also published as “The Passing of The Legions”.]
  105. “The Red Star”
    [Scribner’s Magazine, January 1911. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  106. “The Contest”
    [Pearson’s Magazine, March 1911. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  107. “An Iconoclast”
    [New York Tribune Sunday Magazine, March 5, 1911. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  108. “The Blighting of Captain Sharkey”
    [Pearson’s Magazine, April 1911. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  109. “Giant Maximin”
    [The Literary Pageant, July 1911. First book appearance in The Last Galley: Impressions and Tales, 1911.]
  110. “One Crowded Hour”
    [The Strand Magazine, August 1911. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918. Also published as “A Pirate of The Land”.]
  111. “The Fall of Lord Barrymore”
    [The Strand Magazine, Christmas edition, December 1912. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  112. “How it Happened”
    [The Strand Magazine, September 1913. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  113. “Borrowed Scenes”
    [Pall Mall Magazine, September 1913. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  114. “The Horror of the Heights”
    [The Strand Magazine, November 1913. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  115. “Danger!”
    [The Strand Magazine, July 1914. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  116. “PULLED UP”
    [Top-Notch, July 10, 1914.].
  117. “The Prisoner’s Defence”
    [Colliers, January 8, 1916; The Strand Magazine, March 1916. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  118. “Three of Them”
    [Everybody’s Magazine, 1918. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  119. “A Point of View”
    No record of magazine publication located. First book appearance in Danger! and other stories, 1918.]
  120. “The Bully of Brocas Court”
    [The Strand Magazine, November 1921. First book appearance Tales of The Ring and The Camp, 1929.]
  121. “The Nightmare Room”
    [The Strand Magazine, December 1921. First book appearance in Tales of Terror and Mystery, 1922.]
  122. “The Lift”
    [The Strand Magazine, June 1922. First book appearance in The Great Keinplatz Experiment and other tales of Twilight, 1925.]
  123. “The Centurion”
    [Hearst’s International, October 1922.]
  124. “A Point of Contact”
    [The Storyteller, October 1922. First book appearance in Tales of Long Ago, 1922.]
  125. “The Maracot Deep”
    [The Strand Magazine, October 1927-February 1928 as “The Lost World Under the Sea”. First book appearance in The Maracot Deep and other stories, Doubleday, 1929.]
  126. “The Story of Spedegue’s Dropper”
    [The Strand Magazine, October 1928. First book appearance in The Maracot Deep and other stories, 1929. Also published as “Spedegue’s Dropper”.]
  127. “The Death Voyage”
    [The Saturday Evening Post, September 28, 1929; The Strand Magazine, October 1929.]
  128. “The Parish Magazine”
    [The Strand Magazine, August 1930.]
  129. “The Last Resource”
    [The Liberal, August 16, 1930.]
  130. “The End of Devil Hawker”
    [The Saturday Evening Post, August 23, 1930.]
  131. “Battle by Moonlight”
    [Published posthumously in Argosy, March 1943.]
  132. “The Haunted Grange of Goresthorpe”
    [Written ca. 1877. Published by the Arthur Conan Doyle Society, 2000. First book appearance in The Captain of The “Pole-Star” - Weird and Imaginative Fiction, 2004.]

Short story collections

  • Mysteries and Adventures [1889]
    The Gully of Bluemansdyke. — The Parson of Jackman’s Gulch. — My Friend the Murderer. — The Silver Hatchet. — The Man from Archangel. — That Little Square Box. — A Night Among the Nihilists. — The American’s Tale. — Bones. The April Fool of Harvey’s Sluice. — The Mystery of Sasassa Valley. — Our Derby Sweepstakes. — Selecting a Ghost.
  • The Captain of the Pole-Star, and other tales [1890]
    The Captain of the Pole-Star. — J. Habakuk Jephson’s Statement. — The Great Keinplatz Experiment. — The Man from Archangel. — That Little Square Box. — John Huxford’s Hiatus. — Cyprian Overbeck Wells : A Literary Mosaic. — John Barrington Cowles. — Elias B. Hopkins, the Parson of Jackman’s Gulch. — The Ring of Thoth.
  • My Friend the Murderer and other mysteries and adventures [1893]
  • Round the Red Lamp: being facts and fancies of medical life [1894]
    Behind the Times. — His First Operation. — A Straggler of ‘15. — The Third Generation. — A False Start. — The Curse of Eve. — Sweethearts. — A Physiologist’s Wife. — The Case of Lady Sannox. — A Question of Diplomacy. — A Medical Document. — Lot No. 249.. — The Los Amigos Fiasco. — The Doctors of Hoyland. — The Surgeon Talks. —
  • The Green Flag, and other stories of war and sport [1900]
    The Green Flag. — Captain Sharkey. — The Croxley Master. — The Lord of Chateau Noir. — The Striped Chest. — A Shadow Before. — The King of the Foxes. — The Three Correspondents. — The Debut of Bimbashi Joyce. — A Foreign Office Romance.
  • Round the Fire Stories [1908]
    The man with the watches — The black doctor — The Jew’s breastplate — The lost special — The club-footed grocer — The sealed room — The Brazilian cat
  • The Last Galley [1911]
    Part 1: The Last Galley. — The Contest. — Through the Veil. — An Iconoclast. — Giant Maximin. — The Coming of the Huns. — The Last of the Legions. — The First Cargo. — The Home-Coming. — The Red Star.
    Part 2: The Silver Mirror. — The Blighting of Sharkey. — The Marriage of the Brigadier. — The Lord of Falconbridge: A Legend of the Ring. — Out of the Running. — “De Profundis”. — The Great Brown-Pericord Motor. — The Terror of Blue John Gap.
  • Danger! and other stories [1918]
    Danger!. — One Crowded Hour (A Pirate Of The Land). — A Point of View. — The Fall of Lord Barrymore. — The Horror of the Heights. — Borrowed Scenes. — The Surgeon of Gaster Fell. — How it Happened. — The Prisoner’s Defence. — Three of Them.
  • The Great Keinplatz Experiment: and other tales of twilight and the unseen [1919]
    The Brown Hand. — The Usher of Lea House School. — B. 24. — The Great Keinplatz Experiment. — Cyprian Overbeck Wells. — Playing with Fire. — The Ring of Thoth. — The Los Amigos Fiasco. — How it Happened. — Lot No. 249. — “De Profundis”. — The Lift.
  • Tales of Terror and Mystery [1923]
    The Horror of the Heights. — The Leather Funnel. — The New Catacomb. — The Case of Lady Sannox. — The Terror of Blue John Gap. — The Brazilian Cat. — The Lost Special. — The Beetle-Hunter. — The Man with the Watches. — The Japanned Box. — The Black Doctor. — The Jew’s Breastplate.
  • The Last of the Legions and Other Tales of Long Ago
    The last of the legions -- The last galley -- Through the veil -- The coming of the Huns -- The contest -- The first cargo -- An iconoclast -- Giant Maximin -- The red star -- The silver mirror -- The homecoming -- A point of contact -- The centurion.
  • The Black Doctor and other tales of terror and mystery [1925]
  • The Man from Archangel ; and other tales of adventure [1925]
    Tales of adventure: Début of Bimbashi Joyce -- The surgeon of Gaster Fell -- Borrowed scenes -- The man from Archangel -- The great Brown-Pericord motor -- The sealed room
    Tales of medical life: A physiologist’s wife -- Behind the times -- His first operation -- The third generation -- The curse of Eve -- A medical document -- The surgeon talks -- The doctors of Hoyland -- Crabbe’s practice.
  • The Gully of Bluemansdyke : and other stories [n.d.]
    The Gully of Bluemansdyke. — The Parson of Jackman’s Gulch. — My Friend the Murderer. — The Silver Hatchet. — The Man from Archangel. — That Little Square Box. — A Night Among the Nihilists.
  • The Dealings of Captain Sharkey [1925]
    1. How the Governor of Saint Kitt’s Came Home [1897]
    2. The Dealings of Captain Sharkey with Stephen Craddock [1897]
    3. The Blighting of Sharkey [1911]
    4. How Copley Banks Slew Captain Sharkey [1897]

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