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E.W. Hornung

Life: 1866-1921

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At Large, [en] 1902

At the Pistol's Point, [en] 1897

The Camera Fiend, [en] 1911

Dead Men Tell No Tales, [en] 1897

Fathers of Men, [en] 1912

Mr. Justice Raffles , [en] 1909

No Hero, [en] 1903

Raffles
Further Adventures of the Amateur Cracksman, [en]

Raffles: The Amateur Cracksman, [en] 1899

The Shadow of a Man, [en] 1900

The Shadow of the Rope, [en] 1906

Stingaree, [en] 1905

The Strand Magazine, Volume V, Issue 27, March 1893
An Illustrated Monthly, [en] 1893

A Thief in the Night
Further Adventures of A. J. Raffles, Cricketer and Cracksman, [en] 1906

Witching Hill, [en] 1912

Witching Hill, [en] 1914

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