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Title: Index of The Project Gutenberg Works of E. W. Hornung
Author: Hornung, E. W. (Ernest William)
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WORKS OF

E. W. (Ernest William) HORNUNG



CONTENTS

##  THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN

##  RAFFLES

##  DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES

##  A THIEF IN THE NIGHT

##  MR. JUSTICE RAFFLES

##  NO HERO

##  THE SHADOW OF THE ROPE

##  STINGAREE

##  THE CAMERA FIEND

##  A THIEF IN THE NIGHT

##  THE SHADOW OF A MAN

##  WITCHING HILL

##  AT LARGE

##  PECCAVI

##  THE THOUSANDTH WOMAN

##  TINY LUTTRELL

##  MY LORD DUKE

##  THE CRIME DOCTOR

##  DENIS DENT

##  A BRIDE FROM THE BUSH

##  THE BOSS OF TAROOMBA

##  YOUNG

##  SOME PERSONS UNKNOWN

##  FATHERS OF MEN

THE BALLAD OF ENSIGN JOY

##  THE YOUNG GUARD

##  THE UNBIDDEN GUEST



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES

THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN
By E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
THE IDES OF MARCH
A COSTUME PIECE
GENTLEMEN AND PLAYERS
LE PREMIER PAS
WILFUL MURDER
NINE POINTS OF THE LAW
THE RETURN MATCH
THE GIFT OF THE EMPEROR

RAFFLES
FURTHER ADVENTURES OF THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN
E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
NO SINECURE
A JUBILEE PRESENT
THE FATE OF FAUSTINA
THE LAST LAUGH
TO CATCH A THIEF
AN OLD FLAME
THE WRONG HOUSE
THE KNEES OF THE GODS

DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES
By E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I. 	LOVE ON THE OCEAN
CHAPTER II. 	THE MYSTERIOUS CARGO
CHAPTER III. 	TO THE WATER'S EDGE
CHAPTER IV. 	THE SILENT SEA
CHAPTER V. 	MY REWARD
CHAPTER VI. 	THE SOLE SURVIVOR
CHAPTER VII. 	I FIND A FRIEND
CHAPTER VIII. 	A SMALL PRECAUTION
CHAPTER IX. 	MY CONVALESCENT HOME
CHAPTER X. 	WINE AND WEAKNESS
CHAPTER XI. 	I LIVE AGAIN
CHAPTER XII. 	MY LADY'S BIDDING
CHAPTER XIII. 	THE LONGEST DAY OF MY LIFE
CHAPTER XIV. 	IN THE GARDEN
CHAPTER XV. 	FIRST BLOOD
CHAPTER XVI. 	A DEADLOCK
CHAPTER XVII. 	THIEVES FALL OUT
CHAPTER XVIII. 	A MAN OF MANY MURDERS
CHAPTER XIX. 	MY GREAT HOUR
CHAPTER XX. 	THE STATEMENT OF FRANCIS RATTRAY

A THIEF IN THE NIGHT
E. W. Hornung
Contents
Out of Paradise
The Chest of Silver
The Rest Cure
The Criminologists' Club
The Field of Phillipi
A Bad Night
A Trap to Catch a Cracksman
The Spoils of Sacrilege
The Raffles Relics
The Last Word

MR. JUSTICE RAFFLES
By E.W. Hornung
1909



CONTENTS
MR. JUSTICE RAFFLES
CHAPTER I — An Inaugural Banquet
CHAPTER II — "His Own Familiar Friend"
CHAPTER III — Council of War
CHAPTER IV — "Our Mr. Shylock"
CHAPTER V — Thin Air
CHAPTER VI — Camilla Belsize
CHAPTER VII — In Which We Fail to Score
CHAPTER VIII — The State of the Case
CHAPTER IX — A Triple Alliance
CHAPTER X — "My Raffles Right or Wrong"
CHAPTER XI — A Dash in the Dark
CHAPTER XII — A Midsummer Night's Work
CHAPTER XIII — Knocked Out
CHAPTER XIV — Corpus Delicti
CHAPTER XV — Trial by Raffles
CHAPTER XVI — Watch and Ward
CHAPTER XVII — A Secret Service
CHAPTER XVIII — The Death of a Sinner
CHAPTER XIX — Apologia

NO HERO
By E.W. Hornung



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	A Plenipotentiary
CHAPTER II 	The Theatre of War
CHAPTER III 	First Blood
CHAPTER IV 	A Little Knowledge
CHAPTER V 	A Marked Woman
CHAPTER VI 	Out of Action
CHAPTER VII 	Second Fiddle
CHAPTER VIII 	Prayers and Parables
CHAPTER IX 	Sub Judice
CHAPTER X 	The Last Word
CHAPTER XI 	The Lion's Mouth
CHAPTER XII 	A Stern Chase
CHAPTER XIII 	Number Three

THE SHADOW OF THE ROPE
BY E.W. HORNUNG
ILLUSTRATED BY HARVEY T. DUNN
1906
CONTENTS
I. 	The End of Their Life
II. 	The Case for the Crown
III. 	Name and Nature
IV. 	The Man in the Train
V. 	The Man in the Street
VI. 	A Peripatetic Providence
VII. 	A Morning Call
VIII. 	The Dove and the Serpent
IX. 	A Change of Scene
X. 	A Slight Discrepancy
XI. 	Another New Friend
XII. 	Episode of the Invisible Visitor
XIII. 	The Australian Room
XIV. 	Battle Royal
XV. 	A Chance Encounter
XVI. 	A Match for Mrs. Venables
XVII. 	Friends in Need
XVIII. 	"They Which Were Bidden"
XIX. 	Rachel's Champion
XX. 	More Haste
XXI. 	Worse Speed
XXII. 	The Darkest Hour
XXIII. 	Dawn
XXIV. 	One Who Was Not Bidden
XXV. 	A Point to Langholm
XXVI. 	A Cardinal Point
XXVII. 	The Whole Truth
XXVIII. 	In the Matter of a Motive

STINGAREE
By E. W. Hornung
Illustrated By George W. Lambert



CONTENTS
  	  	Page
I. 	A Voice in the Wilderness 	1
II. 	The Black Hole of Glenranald 	32
III. 	"To the Vile Dust" 	70
IV. 	A Bushranger at Bay 	98
V. 	The Taking of Stingaree 	121
VI. 	The Honor of the Road 	144
VII. 	The Purification of Mulfera 	168
VIII. 	A Duel in the Desert 	190
IX. 	The Villain-Worshipper 	215
X. 	The Moth and the Star 	252
ILLUSTRATIONS
"My name's Stingaree!" 	Frontispiece
"Any message, young fellow?" 	66
Mr. Kentish watched the little operation of "sticking up" without a word 	98
The gray sergeant flung his arms round their prisoner 	166
Stingaree toppled out of the saddle 	198
The mare spun round, bucking as she spun 	238
Stingaree knocked in vain 	246

THE CAMERA FIEND
By E. W. Hornung
CONTENTS
A CONSCIENTIOUS ASS
A BOY ABOUT TOWN
HIS PEOPLE
A GRIM SAMARITAN
THE GLASS EYE
AN AWAKENING
BLOOD-GUILTY
POINTS OF VIEW
MR. EUGENE THRUSH
SECOND THOUGHTS
ON PAROLE
HUNTING WITH THE HOUNDS
BOY AND GIRL
BEFORE THE STORM
A LIKELY STORY
MALINGERING
ON THE TRACK OF THE TRUTH
A THIRD CASE
THE FOURTH CASE
WHAT THE THAMES GAVE UP
AFTER THE FAIR
THE SECRET OF THE CAMERA

A THIEF IN THE NIGHT
FURTHER ADVENTURES OF A. J. RAFFLES
CRICKETER AND CRACKSMAN
By E. W. Hornung
ILLUSTRATED BY CYRUS CUNEO
CONTENTS
	Page
Out of Paradise 	1
The Chest of Silver 	32
The Rest Cure 	58
The Criminologists' Club 	88
The Field of Philippi 	122
A Bad Night 	156
A Trap to Catch a Cracksman 	184
The Spoils of Sacrilege 	216
The Raffles Relics 	247
The Last Word 	278
ILLUSTRATIONS
I think she must have seen us, even in the dim light 	Frontispiece
	Facing Page
Raffles in the strong-room 	54
It was the fire-eating and prison-inspecting colonel himself. He was ready for me, a revolver in his hand 	76
Raffles was as excited as any of us now; he outstripped us all 	106
He kept us laughing in his study until the chapel bells rang him out 	152
The ragged trousers stripped from an evening pair 	176
Down went the trap-door with a bang 	232
No one can make out what this little thick velvet bag's for 	260

THE SHADOW OF A MAN
By E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
		Page
I. 	The Belle of Toorak 	1
II. 	Injury 	14
III. 	Insult 	28
IV. 	Bethune of the Hall 	39
V. 	A Red Herring 	58
VI. 	Below Zero 	67
VII. 	A Cavalier 	84
VIII. 	The Kind of Life 	97
IX. 	Pax in Bello 	120
X. 	The Truth by Inches 	134
XI. 	Bethune v. Bethune 	147
XII. 	An Escapade 	166
XIII. 	Blind Man's Block 	180
XIV. 	His Own Coin 	196
XV. 	The Fact of the Matter 	206

WITCHING HILL
By E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I 	UNHALLOWED GROUND
CHAPTER II 	THE HOUSE WITH RED BLINDS
CHAPTER III 	A VICIOUS CIRCLE
CHAPTER IV 	THE LOCAL COLOUR
CHAPTER V 	THE ANGEL OF LIFE
CHAPTER VI 	UNDER ARMS
CHAPTER VII 	THE LOCKED ROOM
CHAPTER VIII 	THE TEMPLE OF BACCHUS
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
"You won't improve his chances by keeping anything back."
I saw a bedizened beauty go mad before my eyes.
I drove Delavoye before me.
A handsome, sinister creature, in a brown flowing wig and raiment as fine as any on the walls.
Trying to tug the fierce moustache out of his mild face.
A heavy blackthorn held in murderous poise.
His thin arms locked round the neck of the young nurse.
Delavoye fired over my head.

AT LARGE
E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
A Nucleus of Fortune 	1
Sundown 	11
After Four Years 	20
How Dick Came Home 	28
The First Evening at Graysbrooke 	41
Sisyphus 	53
South Kensington 	64
The Admirable Miles 	72
A Dancing Lesson and its Consequences 	86
An Old Friend and an Old Memory 	98
Dressing, Dancing, Looking on 	109
"To-Morrow, and To-Morrow, and To-Morrow" 	123
In Bushey Park 	132
Quits 	152
The Morning After 	163
Military Manœuvres 	174
"Miles's Beggars" 	185
Alice Speaks for Herself 	196
Conterminous Courses 	206
Strange Humility 	216
An Altered Man 	227
Extremities 	234
The Effect of a Photograph 	244
The Effect of a Song 	256
Melmerbridge Church 	271
At Bay 	286
The Fatal Tress 	296
The Effort 	307
Elizabeth Ryan 	313
Sweet Revenge 	325
The Charity of Silence 	333
Suspense: Reaction 	343
How Dick Said Good-Bye 	353

PECCAVI
By E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
Chapter 	  	Page
I. 	Dust to Dust 	1
II. 	The Chief Mourner 	11
III. 	A Confession 	18
IV. 	Midsummer Night 	29
V. 	The Man Alone 	45
VI. 	Fire 	51
VII. 	The Sinner's Prayer 	66
VIII. 	The Lord of the Manor 	77
IX. 	A Duel Begins 	89
X. 	The Letter of the Law 	100
XI. 	Labour of Hercules 	115
XII. 	A Fresh Discovery 	125
XIII. 	Devices of a Castaway 	131
XIV. 	The Last Resort 	137
XV. 	His Own Lawyer 	150
XVI. 	End of the Duel 	162
XVII. 	Three Weeks and a Night 	186
XVIII. 	The Night's Work 	193
XIX. 	The First Winter 	209
XX. 	The Way of Peace 	230
XXI. 	At the Flint House 	249
XXII. 	A Little Child 	262
XXIII. 	Design and Accident 	275
XXIV. 	Glamour and Rue 	291
XXV. 	Signs of Change 	306
XXVI. 	A Very Few Words 	316
XXVII. 	An Escape 	323
XXVIII. 	The Turning Tide 	335
XXIX. 	A Haven of Hearts 	348
XXX. 	The Woman's Hour 	362
XXXI. 	Advent Eve 	378
XXXII. 	The Second Time 	390
XXXIII. 	Sanctuary 	397

THE THOUSANDTH WOMAN
By Ernest W. Hornung
Illustrated By Frank Snapp



CONTENTS
CHAPTER 	PAGE
I. 	  A Small World 	1
II. 	  Second Sight 	16
III. 	  In the Train 	29
IV. 	  Down the River 	42
V. 	  An Untimely Visitor 	64
VI. 	  Voluntary Service 	83
VII. 	  After Michelangelo 	98
VIII. 	  Finger-Prints 	117
IX. 	  Fair Warning 	134
X. 	  The Week of Their Lives 	146
XI. 	  In Country and In Town 	156
XII. 	  The Thousandth Man 	169
XIII. 	  Quid Pro Quo 	181
XIV. 	  Faith Unfaithful 	205
XV. 	  The Person Unknown 	214

TINY LUTTRELL
By Ernest W. Hornung



CONTENTS
CHAPTER 	  	PAGE
I. 	The Coming of Tiny, 	1
II. 	Swift of Wallandoon, 	21
III. 	The Tail of the Season, 	44
IV. 	Ruth and Christina, 	63
V. 	Essingham Rectory, 	84
VI. 	A Matter of Ancient History, 	102
VII. 	The Shadow of the Hall, 	116
VIII. 	Countess Dromard at Home, 	133
IX. 	Mother and Son, 	148
X. 	A Threatening Dawn, 	162
XI. 	In the Ladies' Tent, 	176
XII. 	Ordeal by Battle, 	193
XIII. 	Her Hour of Triumph, 	213
XIV. 	A Cycle of Moods, 	233
XV. 	The Invisible Ideal, 	248
XVI. 	Foreign Soil, 	263
XVII. 	The High Seas, 	286
XVIII. 	The Third Time of Asking, 	306
XIX. 	Counsel's Opinion, 	317
XX. 	In Honor Bound, 	327
XXI. 	A Deaf Ear, 	339
XXII. 	Summum Bonum, 	348

MY LORD DUKE
By E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
I. 	The Head of the Family 	1
II. 	"Happy Jack" 	16
III. 	A Chance Lost 	31
IV. 	Not in the Programme 	44
V. 	With the Elect 	63
VI. 	A New Leaf 	77
VII. 	The Duke's Progress 	90
VIII. 	The Old Adam 	105
IX. 	An Anonymous Letter 	122
X. 	"Dead Nuts" 	137
XI. 	The Night of the Twentieth 	151
XII. 	The Wrong Man 	163
XIII. 	The Interregnum 	180
XIV. 	Jack and his Master 	189
XV. 	End of the Interregnum 	199
XVI. 	"Love the Gift" 	215
XVII. 	An Anti-Toxine 	223
XVIII. 	Heckling a Minister 	233
XIX. 	The Cat and the Mouse 	244
XX. 	"Love the Debt" 	257
XXI. 	The Bar Sinister 	266
XXII. 	De Mortuis 	282

THE CRIME DOCTOR
By Ernest W. Hornung



CONTENTS
I 	The Physician Who Healed Himself 	1
II 	The Life-Preserver 	40
III 	A Hopeless Case 	77
IV 	The Golden Key 	118
V 	A Schoolmaster Abroad 	159
VI 	One Possessed 	199
VII 	The Doctor's Assistant 	237
VIII 	The Second Murderer 	272

DENIS DENT
By Ernest W. Hornung
CONTENTS
Chapter 	  	Page
I. 	The Second Officer 	1
II. 	Sauve Qui Peut 	10
III. 	The Castaways 	18
IV. 	Lost and Found 	30
V. 	A Touch of Fever 	37
VI. 	New Conditions 	48
VII. 	Denis and Nan 	57
VIII. 	Cold Water 	70
IX. 	The Canvas City 	79
X. 	Thieves in the Night 	90
XI. 	Strange Bedfellows 	102
XII. 	El Dorado 	114
XIII. 	The Enemy's Camp 	122
XIV. 	The First Claim 	133
XV. 	A Pious Fraud 	146
XVI. 	A Windfall 	158
XVII. 	Hate and Money 	168
XVIII. 	Rotten Gully 	178
XIX. 	New Blood 	187
XX. 	The Jeweler's Shop 	196
XXI. 	The Courier of Death 	211
XXII. 	Atra Cura 	220
XXIII. 	Broken Off 	231
XXIV. 	Death's Door 	243
XXV. 	Beat of Drum 	251
XXVI. 	Homeward Bound 	265
XXVII. 	The Great Gulf 	277
XXVIII. 	News of Battle 	289
XXIX. 	Guy Fawkes Day 	299
XXX. 	The Sandbag Battery 	310
XXXI. 	Time's Whirligig 	319

A BRIDE FROM THE BUSH
By Ernest Wm. Hornung



CONTENTS
CHAP. 	  	PAGE
I. 	A LETTER FROM ALFRED 	9
II. 	HOME IN STYLE 	24
III. 	PINS AND NEEDLES 	35
IV. 	A TASTE OF HER QUALITY 	49
V. 	GRANVILLE ON THE SITUATION 	61
VI. 	COMPARING NOTES 	71
VII. 	IN RICHMOND PARK 	81
VIII. 	GRAN’S REVENGE 	96
IX. 	E TENEBRIS LUX 	112
X. 	PLAIN SAILING 	129
XI. 	A THUNDER-CLAP 	142
XII. 	PAST PARDON 	151
XIII. 	A SOCIAL INFLICTION 	160
XIV. 	‘HEAR MY PRAYER!’ 	172
XV. 	THE FIRST PARTING 	186
XVI. 	TRACES 	194
XVII. 	WAITING FOR THE WORST 	209
XVIII. 	THE BOUNDARY-RIDER OF THE YELKIN PADDOCK 	228
XIX. 	ANOTHER LETTER FROM ALFRED 	244

THE BOSS OF TAROOMBA
By E. W. Hornung



CONTENTS
CHAPTER I
	PAGE
The Little Musician 	1

CHAPTER II
A Friend Indeed 	13

CHAPTER III
"Hard Times" 	25

CHAPTER IV
The Treasure in the Store 	41

CHAPTER V
Masterless Men 	55
 [Pg xvi]
CHAPTER VI
£500 	71

CHAPTER VII
The Ringer of the Shed 	83

CHAPTER VIII
"Three Shadows" 	102

CHAPTER IX
No Hope for Him 	120

CHAPTER X
Missing 	138

CHAPTER XI
Lost in the Bush 	152

CHAPTER XII
Fallen Among Thieves 	162
 [Pg xvii]
CHAPTER XIII
A Smoking Concert 	179

CHAPTER XIV
The Raid on the Station 	194

CHAPTER XV
The Night Attack 	210

CHAPTER XVI
In the Midst of Death 	232

YOUNG BLOOD
By E. W. Hornung
CONTENTS
  	PAGE
CHAPTER I.
The Old Home 	1
CHAPTER II.
The Breaking of the News 	11
CHAPTER III.
The Sin of the Father 	20
CHAPTER IV.
The New Home 	32
CHAPTER V.
A Wet Blanket 	40
CHAPTER VI.
The Game of Bluff 	57
CHAPTER VII.
On Richmond Hill 	71
CHAPTER VIII.
A Millionaire in the Making 	85
CHAPTER IX.
The City of London 	95
CHAPTER X.
A First Offence 	111
CHAPTER XI.
Beggar and Chooser 	122
CHAPTER XII.
The Champion of the Gods 	135
CHAPTER XIII.
The Day of Battle 	150
CHAPTER XIV.
A Change of Luck 	165
CHAPTER XV.
It Never Rains but it Pours 	175
CHAPTER XVI.
A Dame's School 	183
CHAPTER XVII.
At Fault 	195
CHAPTER XVIII.
Mr. Scrafton 	203
CHAPTER XIX.
Assault and Battery 	214
CHAPTER XX.
Biding his Time 	226
CHAPTER XXI.
Hand to Hand 	234
CHAPTER XXII.
Man to Man 	247
CHAPTER XXIII.
The End of the Beginning 	259
CHAPTER XXIV.
Young Ink 	276
CHAPTER XXV.
Scrafton's Story 	287
CHAPTER XXVI.
A Masterstroke 	304
CHAPTER XXVII.
Restitution 	315
CHAPTER XXVIII.
A Tale Apart 	326

SOME PERSONS UNKNOWN
By E. W. Hornung
CONTENTS
  	PAGE
Kenyon's Innings 	1
A Literary Coincidence 	40
"Author! Author!" 	71
The Widow of Piper's Point 	87
After the Fact 	104
The Voice of Gunbar 	151
The Magic Cigar 	168
The Governess at Greenbush 	186
A Farewell Performance 	234
A Spin of the Coin 	244
The Star of the Grasmere 	256

FATHERS OF MEN



CONTENTS
CHAPTER 		PAGE
I. 	Behind the Scenes 	1
II. 	Change and Chance 	11
III. 	Very Raw Material 	21
IV. 	Settling In 	33
V. 	Nicknames 	43
VI. 	Boy to Boy 	53
VII. 	Reassurance 	62
VIII. 	Likes and Dislikes 	75
IX. 	Coram Populo 	90
X. 	Elegiacs 	105
XI. 	A Merry Christmas 	123
XII. 	The New Year 	133
XIII. 	The Haunted House 	146
XIV. 	Summer-Term"163 XV.328 XXIX.




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