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Fergus Hume

Life: 1859-1932
The very name of Fergus Hume means mystery and excitement, and his detective stories show that he is a past-master in the art of creating thrills and unusual situations, of baffling and elusive intricacy. Lovers of mystery stories welcome each announcement of a new book by this author, who is widely known on both sides of the Atlantic.

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The Bishop's Secret, [en] 1900

A Coin of Edward VII
A Detective Story, [en] 1903

The Crowned Skull, [en] 1908

Hagar of the Pawn-Shop
The Gypsy Detective, [en] 1899

Madame Midas, [en] 1888

The Mystery Queen, [en] 1912

The Opal Serpent, [en] 1905

The Pagan's Cup, [en] 1902

Red Money, [en] 1911

The Secret Passage, [en] 1905

The Silent House, [en] 1899

The Solitary Farm, [en] 1909

The Green Mummy, [en] 1908

The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, [en] 1886

A Woman's Burden, [en]

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