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Queen's Quorum Series

As listed in Ellery Queen's short history of the detective-crime-mystery short story since 1845.

3 - The Queen of Hearts
4 - Hunted Down
11 - New Arabian Nights
12 - The Lady, or the Tiger?
15 - The Big Bow Mystery
17 - The Ponsonby Diamonds - Stories from the Diary of a Doctor
18 - Martin Hewitt, Investigator
19 - Prince Zaleski
24 - Final Proof - or, The Value of Evidence
27 - The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings
29 - In the Fog
31 - Condensed Novels - Second Series: New Burlesques
35 - The Triumphs of Eugène Valmont
38 - The Thinking Machine
40 - The Gentle Grafter
41 - The Old Man in the Corner
45 - Cleek: The Man of the Forty Faces
46 - The Achievements of Luther Trant
47 - The Innocence of Father Brown
48 - Average Jones
50 - The Master of Mysteries - Being an Account of the Problems Solved by Astro, Seer of Secrets, and His Love Affair with Valeska Wynne, His Assistant
52 - The Singing Bone - The Adventures of Dr. Thorndyke
53 - Carnacki, The Ghost Finder
56 - Four Max Carrados Detective Stories
57 - Diane and Her Friends
58 - Limehouse Nights
60 - Uncle Abner, Master of Mysteries
66 - The Unique Hamlet - A Hitherto Unchronicled Adventure of Mr. Sherlock Holmes
67 - Tutt and Mr. Tutt
68 - Call Mr. Fortune

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