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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of William Le Queux
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WORKS OF

WILLIAM LE QUEUX


CONTENTS

##  MADEMOISELLE OF MONTE CARLO

##  THE FOUR FACES

##  THE CZAR'S SPY

##  THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICO

##  THE MINISTER OF EVIL

##  THE GREAT WHITE QUEEN

##  THE MYSTERY OF THE GREEN RAY

##  THE STRETTON STREET AFFAIR

##  THE SEVEN SECRETS

##  THE GOLDEN FACE

##  HUSHED UP

##  THE WHITE LIE

##  SIGN OF SILENCE

##  THE COUNT'S CHAUFFEUR

##  THE INTRIGUERS

##  SPIES OF THE KAISER

##  THE SECRETS OF POTSDAM

##  THE INVASION

##  THE GREAT WAR IN ENGLAND IN 1897

##  THE PLACE OF DRAGONS

##  THE RED WIDOW

##  THIS HOUSE TO LET

##  THE INVASION OF 1910

##  GERMAN ATROCITIES

##  THE TICKENCOTE TREASURE

##  BERYL OF THE BIPLANE

##  TRACKED BY WIRELESS

THE FOLLOWING FILES HAVE NO TABLE OF CONTENTS

AN EYE FOR AN EYE

AS WE FORGIVE THEM

AT THE SIGN OF THE SWORD

BEHIND THE THRONE

DEVIL'S DICE

GUILTY BONDS

HER MAJESTY'S MINISTER

HER ROYAL HIGHNESS

IF SINNERS ENTICE THEE

IN WHITE RAIMENT

NUMBER 70, BERLIN

RASPUTIN THE RASCAL MONK

SANT OF THE SECRET SERVICE

STOLEN SOULS

THE BOMB-MAKERS

THE BOND OF BLACK

THE BROKEN THREAD

THE CLOSED BOOK

THE DAY OF TEMPTATION

THE EYE OF ISTAR

THE GAY TRIANGLE

THE GERMAN SPY SYSTEM FROM WITHIN

THE GREAT COURT SCANDAL

THE GREAT GOD GOLD

THE HUNCHBACK OF WESTMINSTER

THE LADY IN THE CAR

THE LOST MILLION

THE MYSTERIOUS MR. MILLER

THE MYSTERIOUS THREE

THE PAUPER OF PARK LANE

THE PRICE OF POWER

THE RED ROOM

THE SIGN OF THE STRANGER

THE STOLEN STATESMAN

THE TEMPTRESS

THE UNDER-SECRETARY

THE VEILED MAN

THE VOICE FROM THE VOID

THE WAY TO WIN

THE WILES OF THE WICKED

THE ZEPPELIN DESTROYER

THIS HOUSE TO LET

WHATSOEVER A MAN SOWETH

WHITHER THOU GOEST

WHOSO FINDETH A WIFE

ZORAIDA



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



MADEMOISELLE OF MONTE CARLO
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
MADEMOISELLE OF MONTE CARLO
FIRST CHAPTER	THE SUICIDE'S CHAIR
SECOND CHAPTER	CONCERNS A GUILTY SECRET
THIRD CHAPTER	IN THE NIGHT
FOURTH CHAPTER	WHAT THE DOSSIER CONTAINED
FIFTH CHAPTER	ON THE HOG'S BACK
SIXTH CHAPTER	FACING THE UNKNOWN
SEVENTH CHAPTER	FROM DARK TO DAWN
EIGHTH CHAPTER	THE WHITE CAVALIER
NINTH CHAPTER	CONCERNS THE SPARROW
TENTH CHAPTER	A LESSON IN ARGOT
ELEVENTH CHAPTER	MORE ABOUT THE SPARROW
TWELFTH CHAPTER	THE STRANGER IN BOND STREET
THIRTEENTH CHAPTER	POISONED LIPS
FOURTEENTH CHAPTER	RED DAWN
FIFTEENTH CHAPTER	THE NAMELESS MAN
SIXTEENTH CHAPTER	THE ESCROCS OF LONDON
SEVENTEENTH CHAPTER	ON THE SURREY HILLS
EIGHTEENTH CHAPTER	THE MAN WITH THE BLACK GLOVE
NINETEENTH CHAPTER	THE SPARROW
TWENTIETH CHAPTER	THE MAN WHO KNEW
TWENTY-FIRST CHAPTER	THE MAN WITH MANY NAMES
TWENTY-SECOND CHAPTER	CLOSING THE NET
TWENTY-THIRD CHAPTER	WHAT LISETTE KNEW
TWENTY-FOURTH CHAPTER	FRIEND OR ENEMY?
TWENTY-FIFTH CHAPTER	THE MAN CATALDI
TWENTY-SIXTH CHAPTER	LISETTE'S DISCLOSURES
TWENTY-SEVENTH CHAPTER	THE INQUISITIVE MR. SHRIMPTON
TWENTY-EIGHTH CHAPTER	THE SPARROW'S NEST
TWENTY-NINTH CHAPTER	THE STORY OF MADEMOISELLE
CONCLUSION



THE FOUR FACES
A MYSTERY
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
THE FOUR FACES
CHAPTER I	CURIOSITY IS AROUSED
CHAPTER II	THE ANGEL FACES
CHAPTER III	A HAMPSTEAD MYSTERY
CHAPTER IV	IN FULL CRY
CHAPTER V	HUGESSON GASTRELL AT HOME
CHAPTER VI	THE HOUSE IN GRAFTON STREET
CHAPTER VII	OSBORNE'S STORY
CHAPTER VIII	MORE SUSPICIONS
CHAPTER IX	THE SNARE
CHAPTER X	NARRATES A CONFESSION
CHAPTER XI	CONCERNS MRS. STAPLETON
CHAPTER XII	THE BROAD HIGHWAY
CHAPTER XIII	THE BARON
CHAPTER XIV	IN THE MISTS
CHAPTER XV	THE MODERN VICE
CHAPTER XVI	SECRETS OF DUSKY FOWL
CHAPTER XVII	IS SUSPICIOUS
CHAPTER XVIII	CONTAINS ANOTHER SURPRISE
CHAPTER XIX	"IN THE PAPERS"
CHAPTER XX	PRESTON AGAIN
CHAPTER XXI	A CHANNEL MYSTERY
CHAPTER XXII	THE THIN-FACED STRANGER
CHAPTER XXIII	RELATES A QUEER ADVENTURE
CHAPTER XXIV	IN STRANGE COMPANY
CHAPTER XXV	THE GLITTERING UNDERWORLD
CHAPTER XXVI	"THAT WOMAN!"
CHAPTER XXVII	THE FOUR FACES
CHAPTER XXVIII	THE FACES UNMASKED
CONCLUSION



THE CZAR'S SPY
The Mystery of a Silent Love
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
I.	HIS BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S SERVICE
II.	WHY THE SAFE WAS OPENED
III.	THE HOUSE "OVER THE WATER"
IV.	IN WHICH THE MYSTERY INCREASES
V.	CONTAINS CERTAIN CONFIDENCES
VI.	THE GATHERING OF THE CLOUDS
VII.	CONTAINS A SURPRISE
VIII.	LIFE'S COUNTER-CLAIM
IX.	STRANGE DISCLOSURES ARE MADE
X.	I SHOW MY HAND
XI.	THE CASTLE OF THE TERROR
XII.	"THE STRANGLER"
XIII.	A DOUBLE GAME AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
XIV.	HER HIGHNESS IS INQUISITIVE
XV.	JUST OFF THE STRAND
XVI.	MARKED MEN
XVII.	THE TRUTH ABOUT THE "LOLA"
XVIII.	CONTAINS ELMA'S STORY
 	CONCLUSION



THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICO
Being The Disclosure Of A Great Crime
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
chapter	 	page
I.	In which Certain Suspicions are Excited	9
II.	The Coming of a Stranger	21
III.	Introduces Doctor Weirmarsh	32
IV.	Reveals Temptation	47
V.	In which Enid Orlebar is Puzzled	56
VI.	Beneath the Elastic Band	66
VII.	Concerning the Velvet Hand	78
VIII.	Paul Le Pontois	88
IX.	The Little Old Frenchwoman	97
X.	If Anyone Knew	107
XI.	Concerns the Past	114
XII.	Reveals a Curious Problem	125
XIII.	The Mysterious Mr. Maltwood	134
XIV.	What Confession would Mean	145
XV.	Three Gentlemen from Paris	157
XVI.	The Orders of His Excellency	168
XVII.	Walter Gives Warning	177
XVIII.	The Accusers	187
XIX.	In which a Truth is Hidden	199
XX.	In which a Truth is Told	207
XXI.	The Widened Breach	217
XXII.	Concerning the Bellairs Affair	227
XXIII.	The Silence of the Man Barker	234
XXIV.	What the Dead Man Left	245
XXV.	At the Café de Paris	255
XXVI.	Which is "Private and Confidential"	265
XXVII.	The Result of Investigation	274
XXVIII.	The Secret of the Lonely House	285
XXIX.	Contains Some Startling Statements	292
XXX.	Reveals a Woman's Love	303
XXXI.	In which Sir Hugh Tells his Story	310
XXXII.	Conclusion	321



THE MINISTER OF EVIL
The Secret History of Rasputin's Betrayal of Russia
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
chapter	 	page
1.	Rasputin Meets the Empress	1
2.	Rasputin Enters Tsarskoe-Selo	19
3.	The Potsdam Plot Develops	36
4.	The Murder of Stolypin	53
5.	The Power Behind the Throne	68
6.	Rasputin in Berlin	85
7.	Scandal and Blackmail	100
8.	Rasputin the Actual Tsar	116
9.	The Tragedy of Madame Svetchine	132
10.	Traitorous Work	148
11.	Poison Plots that Failed	163
12.	Rasputin and the Kaiser	180
13.	The "Perfume of Death"	197
14.	Miliukoff's Exposure	214
15.	The Traitors Denounced	229



THE GREAT WHITE QUEEN
A Tale Of Treasure And Treason
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
chap.	 	page
I.	—A Romance	1
II.	—Omar's Slave	8
III.	—Outward Bound	18
IV.	—A Strange Promise	25
V.	—The Giant's Finger	31
VI.	—The Royal Jujus	37
VII.	—Samory's Stronghold	45
VIII.	—The Secret of the Queen	52
IX.	—Condemned to the Torture	59
X.	—Zomara	65
XI.	—The Human Sacrifice	72
XII.	—In the Sacred Grove	81
XIII.	—The Way of the Thousand Steps	88
XIV.	—Foes	96
XV.	—A Natural Grave	102
XVI.	—Words of Fire	111
XVII.	—A Salute of Bullets	122
XVIII.	—The Mysterious Realm	131
XIX.	—The City in the Clouds	138[vi]
XX.	—The Great White Queen	143
XXI.	—A Figure in the Shadow	154
XXII.	—To the Unknown	162
XXIII.	—Under the Vampire's Wing	169
XXIV.	—The Flaming Mouth	180
XXV.	—Liola	191
XXVI.	—The First Blow	201
XXVII.	—By the Naya's Orders	208
XXVIII.	—The Fight for the Emerald Throne	218
XXIX.	—A Mystery	229
XXX.	—Treasure and Treason	242
XXXI.	—A Spy's Startling Story	255
XXXII.	—War	264
XXXIII.	—The Harem Slave	271
XXXIV.	—Liola's Discovery	287
XXXV.	—Into the Mist	303
 	Conclusion	308



THE MYSTERY OF THE GREEN RAY
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
 	PAGE
CHAPTER I.
BESIDE STILL WATERS	1
CHAPTER II.
THE MAN GOING NORTH	17
CHAPTER III.
MAINLY ABOUT MYRA	31
CHAPTER IV.
THE BLACK BLOW	50
CHAPTER V.
IS MORE MYSTERIOUS	63
CHAPTER VI.
CONTAINS A FURTHER ENIGMA	78
CHAPTER VII.
THE CHEMIST’S ROCK	91
CHAPTER VIII.
MISTS OF UNCERTAINTY	102
CHAPTER IX.
THE MYSTERY OF SHOLTO	116
CHAPTER X.
THE SECRET OF THE ROCK	126
CHAPTER XI.
HOW THE UNEXPECTED HAPPENED	133
CHAPTER XII.
WHO IS HILDERMAN?	149
CHAPTER XIII.
THE RED-HAIRED MAN	167
CHAPTER XIV.
A FURTHER MYSTERY	178
CHAPTER XV.
CONCERNS AN ILLUSTRATED PAPER	188
CHAPTER XVI.
DISCLOSES CERTAIN FACTS	202
CHAPTER XVII.
SOME GRAVE FEARS	220
CHAPTER XVIII.
THE TRUTH REVEALED	235



THE STRETTON STREET AFFAIR
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
 	Prologue	11
I.	Introduces Oswald De Gex	20
II.	The Sister’s Story	37
III.	Who Was Gabrielle Engledue?	48
IV.	Facing the Music	59
V.	The City of the Lily	69
VI.	Another Puzzle	80
VII.	The Millionaire’s Apprehensions	91
VIII.	Little Mrs. Cullerton	102
IX.	Some Plain Speaking	113
X.	Monsieur Suzor Again	122
XI.	The Absolute Facts	132
XII.	“Red, Green and Gold!”	143
XIII.	Some Interesting Revelations	153
XIV.	The Gate of the Sun	163
XV.	The Intruder	172
XVI.	Another Strange Disclosure	182
XVII.	What the Professor Found	192
XVIII.	More About the Mystery-man	202
XIX.	The Track of Despujol	212
XX.	Mademoiselle Jacquelot	222
XXI.	At the Hôtel Luxembourg	232
XXII.	Gabrielle at Home	243
XXIII.	The Death-Drug	253
XXIV.	Yet Another Mystery	263
XXV.	What the Valet Knew	272
XXVI.	More About Mateo Sanz	284
XXVII.	A Curious Story	293
XXVIII.	Love the Conqueror	299
XXIX.	Another Plot	311
 	Conclusion	316



THE SEVEN SECRETS
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
I.	INTRODUCES AMBLER JEVONS	9
II.	“A VERY UGLY SECRET”	15
III.	THE COURTENAYS	20
IV.	A NIGHT CALL	27
V.	DISCLOSES A MYSTERY	33
VI.	IN WHICH I MAKE A DISCOVERY	43
VII.	THE MAN SHORT AND HIS STORY	54
VIII.	AMBLER JEVONS IS INQUISITIVE	65
IX.	SHADOWS	76
X.	WHICH PUZZLES THE DOCTORS	87
XI.	CONCERNS MY PRIVATE AFFAIRS	98
XII.	I RECEIVE A VISITOR	109
XIII.	MY LOVE	119
XIV.	IS DISTINCTLY CURIOUS	128
XV.	I AM CALLED FOR CONSULTATION	139
XVI.	REVEALS AN ASTOUNDING FACT	150
XVII.	DISCUSSES SEVERAL MATTERS	162
XVIII.	WORDS OF THE DEAD	173
XIX.	JEVONS GROWS MYSTERIOUS	183
XX.	MY NEW PATIENT	194
XXI.	WOMAN’S WILES	203
XXII.	A MESSAGE	215
XXIII.	THE MYSTERY OF MARY	226
XXIV.	ETHELWYNN IS SILENT	236
XXV.	FORMS A BEWILDERING ENIGMA	249
XXVI.	AMBLER JEVONS IS BUSY	256
XXVII.	MR. LANE’S ROMANCE	274
XXVIII.	“POOR MRS. COURTENAY!”	281
XXIX.	THE POLICE ARE AT FAULT	290
XXX.	SIR BERNARD’S DECISION	298
XXXI.	CONTAINS THE PLAIN TRUTH	306



THE GOLDEN FACE
A Great “crook” Romance
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
I	Private and Personal	1
II	Room Number 88	16
III	The Man with the Hump	30
IV	The Four False Fingers	43
V	Concerns Mr. Blumenfeld	59
VI	At Three-Eighteen a.m.	73
VII	Little Lady Lydbrook	87
VIII	The Cat’s Tooth	99
IX	Lola is Again Suspicious	113
X	The Painted Envelope	127
XI	The Gentleman from Rome	140
XII	The Silver Spider	151
XIII	Abdul Hamid’s Jewels	170
XIV	The Vengeance of Tai-K’an	186
XV	Other People’s Money	201
XVI	The Man who was Shy	215
XVII	The Sign of Ninety-nine	232



HUSHED UP!
A Mystery Of London
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
PROLOGUE	 	PAGE
I	IS MAINLY SCANDALOUS	7
II	CONCERNS TWO STRANGERS	18
 	THE STORY OF OWEN BIDDULPH
CHAP.
I	BESIDE STILL WATERS	35
II	TOLD IN THE NIGHT	46
III	THE CLERGYMAN FROM HAMPSHIRE	58
IV	THE PERIL BEYOND	68
V	THE DARK HOUSE IN BAYSWATER	79
VI	A GHASTLY TRUTH	89
VII	THE FLAME OF THE CANDLE	99
VIII	PRESENTS ANOTHER PROBLEM	107
IX	FACE TO FACE	117
X	CONTAINS A FURTHER SURPRISE	125
XI	WHAT THE POLICE KNEW	136
XII	THE WORD OF A WOMAN	145
XIII	THE DEATH KISS	156
XIV	OF THINGS UNMENTIONABLE	165
XV	FORBIDDEN LOVE	175
XVI	THE MAN IN GOLD PINCE-NEZ	185
XVII	THE MAN IN THE STREET	196
XVIII	PROOF POSITIVE	206
XIX	THROUGH THE MISTS	215
XX	THE STRANGER IN THE RUE DE RIVOLI	225
XXI	DESCRIBES AN UNWELCOME VISIT	234
XXII	MORE MYSTERY	242
XXIII	IN FULL CRY	253
XXIV	AN UNFORTUNATE SLIP	263
XXV	MORE STRANGE FACTS	272
XXVI	“SOME SENSATIONAL REVELATIONS”	281
XXVII	A CONTRETEMPS	291
XXVIII	THE FRENCHMAN MAKES A STATEMENT	298
XXIX	FURTHER REVELATIONS	307
XXX	CONCLUSION	313



THE WHITE LIE
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS.
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
I.	—IS MAINLY MYSTERIOUS	7
II.	—CONCERNS A PRETTY STRANGER	19
III.	—DESCRIBES TWO INQUIRIES	34
IV.	—DESCRIBES A TORN CARD	45
V.	—SECRETS OF STATE	56
VI.	—THE SAFE BREAKERS	67
VII.	—THE DOWNWARD PATH	78
VIII.	—REVEALS THE GRIM TRUTH	88
IX.	—IN THE NIGHT	99
X.	—HONOUR AMONG THIEVES	108
XI.	—THE VOW	119
XII.	—THE FATE OF “THE AMERICAN”	130
XIII.	—SISTERS IN SILENCE	139
XIV.	—JEAN LEARNS THE TRUTH	149
XV.	—HIS LORDSHIP’S VISITOR	159
XVI.	—JEAN HAS A SURPRISE	169
XVII.	—THE DARKENING HORIZON	178
XVIII.	—LORD BRACONDALE’S CONFESSION	188
XIX.	—THE GARDEN OF LOVE	197
XX.	—CROOKED CONFIDENCES	206
XXI.	—THE GREEN TABLE	215
XXII.	—DISCLOSES A SCHEME	224
XXIII.	—THE FALLING SHADOW	235
XXIV.	—THE BLOW	244
XXV.	—TO PAY THE PRICE	255
XXVI.	—A CHILD’S QUESTION	265
XXVII.	—THE INTRUDER	275
XXVIII.	—THE CLOSED BOX	284
XXIX.	—DEADLY PERIL	293
XXX.	—THE WHITE LIE	299



THE SIGN OF SILENCE
By William Le Queux
CONTENTS
CHAPTER	PAGE
I.—	INTRODUCES A GENTLEMAN	7
II.—	THE SCENT	20
III.—	DESCRIBES THE TRYSTING-PLACE	35
IV.—	"DEAR OLD DIG"	45
V.—	"TIME WILL PROVE"	54
VI.—	THE PIECE OF CONVICTION	63
VII.—	FATAL FINGERS	71
VIII.—	CONTAINS FURTHER EVIDENCE	80
IX.—	DESCRIBES THE YELLOW SIGN	89
X.—	CHERCHEZ LA FEMME	97
XI.—	IN WHICH AN ALLEGATION IS MADE	108
XII.—	PHRIDA MAKES CONFESSION	117
XIII.—	THE FUGITIVE'S SECRET	126
[Pg 6]XIV.—	REVEALS A FURTHER DECEPTION	136
XV.—	AN EFFACED IDENTITY	144
XVI.—	REVEALS ANOTHER ENIGMA	153
XVII.—	CONCERNS MRS. PETRE	162
XVIII.—	DISCLOSES THE TRAP	170
XIX.—	THE SEAL OF SILENCE	179
XX.—	FROM THE TOMB	187
XXI.—	RECORDS A STRANGE STATEMENT	195
XXII.—	"MARIE BRACQ!"	203
XXIII.—	LOVE'S CONFESSION	213
XXIV.—	OFFICIAL SECRECY	222
XXV.—	FRÉMY, OF THE SURETÉ	231
XXVI.—	SHOWS EXPERT METHODS	239
XXVII.—	EDWARDS BECOMES MORE PUZZLED	248
XXVIII.—	FURTHER ADMISSIONS	256
XXIX.—	THE SELLER OF SHAWLS	265
XXX.—	FACE TO FACE	274
XXXI.—	SHOWS THE TRUTH-TELLER	284
XXXII.—	IS THE CONCLUSION	294



THE COUNT'S CHAUFFEUR
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAP.	 	PAGE
I.	A MOVE ON THE “FORTY”	1
II.	A SENTIMENTAL SWINDLE	21
III.	THE STORY OF A SECRET	43
IV.	A RUN WITH ROSALIE	66
V.	THE SIX NEW NOVELS	86
VI.	THE GENTLEMAN FROM LONDON	109
VII.	THE LADY OF THE GREAT NORTH ROAD	132
VIII.	THE RED ROOSTER	154
IX.	CONCERNING THE OTHER FELLOW	177
X.	THE LADY IN A HURRY	200
XI.	THE PERIL OF PIERRETTE	222



THE INTRIGUERS
By William Le Queux
CONTENTS
Chapter I	Chapter II
Chapter III	Chapter IV
Chapter V	Chapter VI
Chapter VII	Chapter VIII
Chapter IX	Chapter X
Chapter XI	Chapter XII
Chapter XIII	Chapter XIV
Chapter XV	Chapter XVI
Chapter XVII	Chapter XVIII
Chapter XIX	Chapter XX
Chapter XXI	Chapter XXII
Chapter XXIII	Chapter XXIV
Chapter XXV	Chapter XXVI
Chapter XXVII



SPIES OF THE KAISER
Plotting the Downfall of England
By William Le Queux
CONTENTS
IF ENGLAND KNEW
THE PERIL OF ENGLAND
CHAPTER I	HOW THE PLANS OF ROSYTH WERE STOLEN
CHAPTER II	THE SECRET OF THE SILENT SUBMARINE
CHAPTER III	THE BACK-DOOR OF ENGLAND
CHAPTER IV	HOW THE GERMANS ARE PREPARING FOR INVASION
CHAPTER V	THE SECRET OF THE NEW BRITISH AEROPLANE
CHAPTER VI	THE SECRET OF THE NEW ARMOUR-PLATES
CHAPTER VII	THE SECRET OF THE IMPROVED "DREADNOUGHT"
CHAPTER VIII	THE GERMAN PLOT AGAINST ENGLAND
CHAPTER IX	THE SECRET OF OUR NEW GUN
CHAPTER X	THE SECRET OF THE CLYDE DEFENCES
CHAPTER XI	THE PERIL OF LONDON
CHAPTER XII	HOW GERMANY FOMENTS STRIFE
CHAPTER XIII	OUR WIRELESS SECRETS
CHAPTER XIV	PLAYING A DESPERATE GAME



THE SECRETS OF POTSDAM
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
Secret Number One	The Tragedy of the Leutenbergs
Secret Number Two	The Crown-prince's Revenge
Secret Number Three	How The Kaiser Persecuted a Princess
Secret Number Four	The Mysterious Frau Kleist
Secret Number Five	The Girl Who Knew the Crown-prince's Secret
Secret Number Six	The Affair of the Hunchbacked Countess
Secret Number Seven	The British Girl Who Baulked the Kaiser
Secret Number Eight	How the Crown-prince Was Blackmailed
Secret Number Nine	The Crown-prince's Escapade in London
Secret Number Ten	How the Kaiser Escaped Assassination
Note Added by Count Ernst Von Heltzendorff



THE INVASION
By William Le Queux
PREFACE.
BOOK I.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
CHAPTER X.
CHAPTER XI.
BOOK II.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.
CHAPTER VI.
CHAPTER VII.
CHAPTER VIII.
CHAPTER IX.
BOOK III.
CHAPTER I.
CHAPTER II.
CHAPTER III.
CHAPTER IV.
CHAPTER V.



THE GREAT WAR IN ENGLAND IN 1897
By William Le Queux
CONTENTS
BOOK I
THE INVASION
CHAP.		PAGE
I.	THE SHADOW OF MOLOCH	13
II.	A TOTTERING EMPIRE	19
III.	ARMING FOR THE STRUGGLE	23
IV.	THE SPY	28
V.	BOMBARDMENT OF NEWHAVEN	35
VI.	LANDING OF THE FRENCH IN SUSSEX	40
VII.	BOMB OUTRAGES IN LONDON	44
VIII.	FATEFUL DAYS FOR THE OLD FLAG	49
IX.	COUNT VON BEILSTEIN AT HOME	56
X.	A DEATH DRAUGHT	61
XI.	THE MASSACRE AT EASTBOURNE	65
XII.	IN THE EAGLE'S TALONS	70
XIII.	FIERCE FIGHTING IN THE CHANNEL	75
XIV.	BATTLE OFF BEACHY HEAD	85

BOOK II
THE STRUGGLE
XV.	THE DOOM OF HULL	99
XVI.	TERROR ON THE TYNE	110
XVII.	HELP FROM OUR COLONIES	125
[10]
XVIII.	RUSSIAN ADVANCE IN THE MIDLANDS	137
XIX.	FALL OF BIRMINGHAM	150
XX.	OUR REVENGE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN	162
XXI.	A NAVAL FIGHT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES	174
XXII.	PANIC IN LANCASHIRE	186
XXIII.	THE EVE OF BATTLE	193
XXIV.	MANCHESTER ATTACKED BY RUSSIANS	200
XXV.	GALLANT DEEDS BY CYCLISTS	208
XXVI.	GREAT BATTLE ON THE MERSEY	213
XXVII.	THE FATE OF THE VANQUISHED	218

BOOK III
THE VICTORY
XXVIII.	A SHABBY WAYFARER	229
XXIX.	LANDING OF THE ENEMY AT LEITH	235
XXX.	ATTACK ON EDINBURGH	243
XXXI.	"THE DEMON OF WAR"	248
XXXII.	FRIGHTFUL SLAUGHTER OUTSIDE GLASGOW	256
XXXIII.	MARCH OF THE FRENCH ON LONDON	268
XXXIV.	LOOTING IN THE SUBURBS	279
XXXV.	LONDON BOMBARDED	284
XXXVI.	BABYLON BURNING	291
XXXVII.	FIGHTING ON THE SURREY HILLS	299
XXXVIII.	NAVAL BATTLE OFF DUNGENESS	304
XXXIX.	THE DAY OF RECKONING	312
XL.	"FOR ENGLAND!"	324
XLI.	DAWN	328



THE PLACE OF DRAGONS A MYSTERY
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAP.	PAGE
I	  Presents a Problem	5
II	  Is Mainly Astonishing	12
III	  Shows Light from the Mist	22
IV	  Opens Several Questions	30
V	  In which the Shadow Falls	38
VI	  Mystery Inexplicable	44
VII	  Tells of Two Men	52
VIII	  Remains an Enigma	60
IX	  Describes a Night Vigil	67
X	  Contains a Clue	73
XI	  The Affair of the Seventeenth	81
XII	  Lola	87
XIII	  Relates a Strange Story	95
XIV	  Wherein Confession is Made	103
XV	  Confirms Certain Suspicions	110
XVI	  Where Two C's Meet	118
XVII	  Reveals Another Plot	125
XVIII	  Done in the Night	131
XIX	  Records Further Facts	139
[Pg 4]XX	  Another Discovery is Made	145
XXI	  Explains Lola's Fears	152
XXII	  The Road of Riches	160
XXIII	  Follows the Elusive Jules	166
XXIV	  Makes a Startling Disclosure	173
XXV	  Is More Mysterious	181
XXVI	  Hot-Foot Across Europe	188
XXVII	  Opens a Death-trap	196
XXVIII	  Describes a Chase	204
XXIX	  The House in Hampstead	212
XXX	  Narrates a Startling Affair	219
XXXI	  "Sheep of Thy Pasture"	227
XXXII	  The Tents of Ungodliness	235
XXXIII	  Discloses a Strange Truth	241
XXXIV	  Concerns To-day	250



THE RED WIDOW
Or, The Death-Dealers Of London
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
Concerns a Man in White

Who is Mrs. Braybourne?

The "Game"-and its Players

Progress of the Plot

Contains a Note of Alarm

The Locked Room In Hammersmith

What Happened in Bridge Place

On Loch Lomond

A Gentleman named Greig

More Mysterious Circumstances

Spreading the Net

The Person from Upstairs

Relates a Strange Conversation

On Saturday Night

Carries the Mystery Farther

Baiting the Trap

"News" from Lancaster Gate

The Coup and its Consequence

What Happened to Gerald

The Room of Evil

Lost Days

From out the Past

The Cry in the Night

Hard Pressed

The Recluse

"Get Rid of the Girl!"

"The Day After To-Morrow"

At the Window

On Thin Ice

Through the Darkness



THIS HOUSE TO LET
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
PROLOGUE
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV



THE INVASION OF 1910
with a full account of the siege of London
William le Queux
Naval Chapters By H. W. Wilson
CONTENTS
BOOK I
CHAP.	 	PAGE
I.	The Surprise	3
II.	Effect in the City	20
III.	News of the Enemy	30
IV.	A Prophecy Fulfilled	48
V.	Our Fleet Taken Unawares	60
VI.	Fierce Cruiser Battle	77
VII.	Continuation of the Struggle at Sea	94
VIII.	Situation in the North	108
IX.	State of Siege Declared	118
X.	How the Enemy Dealt the Blow	131
XI.	Germans Landing at Hull and Goole	154
XII.	Desperate Fighting in Essex	171
XIII.	Defence at Last	202
XIV.	British Success at Royston	221
XV.	British Abandon Colchester	235
XVI.	Fierce Fighting at Chelmsford	255
XVII.	In the Enemy's Hands	266
XVIII.	The Feeling in London{xii}	279
BOOK II
I.	The Lines of London	287
II.	Repulse of the Germans	299
III.	Battle of Epping	310
IV.	Bombardment of London	326
V.	The Rain of Death	344
VI.	Fall of London	357
VII.	Two Personal Narratives	372
VIII.	Germans Sacking the Banks	393
IX.	What was Happening at Sea	413
X.	Situation South of the Thames	444
XI.	Defences of South London	456
XII.	Daily Life of the Beleaguered	466
XIII.	Revolts in Shoreditch and Islington	477
BOOK III
I.	A Blow for Freedom	495
II.	Scenes at Waterloo Bridge	511
III.	Great British Victory	520
IV.	Massacre of Germans in London	531
V.	How the War Ended	540

MAPS AND PLANS
BOOK I
 	PAGE
Position of the IVth German Army Corps Twelve Hours after Landing at Weybourne, Norfolk	57
Position of the Saxon Corps Twenty-four Hours after Landing in Essex	148
Position of the German Forces Twenty-four Hours after Landing at Goole	157
Germany's Points of Embarkation	167
Battle of Purleigh, 6th September	193
Battle of Sheffield	218
Positions of Opposing Forces, 8th September	227
Battle of Royston, Sunday, 9th September	232
Battle of Chelmsford. Position on the Evening of 11th September	258
The Defence of Sheffield	268
BOOK II
The Lines of London	288
Battle of Harlow—First Phase	296
Battle of Harlow—Final Phase{xiv}	307
German Attack on the Lines of London	315
The Bombardment and Defences of London on 20th and 21st September	337
London after the Bombardment	365
Damage done in the City by the Bombardment	369
Damage done in Westminster by the Bombardment	384
Shetland Islands	433
The Defences of South London on 26th September	457
Scene of the Street Fighting in Shoreditch on 27th September	478



GERMAN ATROCITIES
A Record Of Shameless Deeds
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
 	 	 	PAGE
Preface	5
What the Kaiser Said	8
Foreword	9
Author's Note	10
Introduction	11
Chapter	I.	Article XXIII. of The Hague Convention	19
"	II.	My Interview with Belgian Ministers of State	21
"	III.	The British Press Bureau Statement	26
"	IV.	Second Report of the Belgian Committee of Inquiry	34
"	V.	Can these Things be True?	44
"	VI.	Wanton Brutality	47
"	VII.	300 Men Shot in Cold Blood	52
"	VIII.	The Inferno at Visé	54
"	IX.	The Maiden Tribute	58
"	X.	Atrocities Round Liége	66
"	XI.	The Crime of Louvain	73
"	XII.	French Protest to the Powers	91
"	XIII.	The Desecration of Churches	101
"	XIV.	Treatment of English Travellers	105
"	XV.	What Our Soldiers Say	109
"	XVI.	The Antwerp Outrage	117
"	XVII.	"The Hussar-like Stroke"	124
The Day	 	127



THE TICKENCOTE TREASURE
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAP.		PAGE

I	In which Job Seal Borrows a Fusee	7

II	What We Saw and What We Heard	16

III	The Mysterious Man	24

IV	In Which I Examine the Parchments	32

V	With a Story to Tell	39

VI	An Expert Opinion	46

VII	What was Written in the Vellum Book	56

VIII	The Seven Dead Men	65

IX	One Point is Made Clear	71

X	The Guardian of the Secret	79

XI	Forestalled	88

XII	Job Seal Makes a Proposal	96

XIII	A Call, and its Consequence	105

XIV	Requires Explanation	114

XV	Reveals Something of Importance	122

XVI	Mrs. Grahamâ?Ts Visitor	132

XVII	The Seller of the Secret	139

XVIII	The Silent Manâ?Ts Warning	147

XIX	The Lady from Bayswater	154

XX	Philip Reilly Tells a Strange Story	161

XXI	We Make a Discovery in the Manor House	171

XXII	Black Bennett	180

XXIII	Job Seal Relates His Adventures	188

XXIV	The Mystery of Margaret Knutton	195

XXV	Reveals the Death-Trap	204

XXVI	In which Ben Knutton Grows Confidential	211

XXVII	Dorothy Drummond Prefers Secrecy	220

XXVIII	We Receive Midnight Visitors	228

XXIX	Dorothy Makes a Confession	237

XXX	The Silent Manâ?Ts Story	245

XXXI	The House at Kilburn	253

XXXII	What We Discovered at the Record Office	261

XXXIII	We Decipher the Parchment	270

XXXIV	Our Search at Tickencote and its Results	278

XXXV	The Spy, and What He Told Us	286

XXXVI	â?oNine Points of the Lawâ?	295

XXXVII	Contains the Conclusion	299



BERYL OF THE BIPLANE
Being the Romance of an Air-woman of To-day
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
I.	The Mysterious Number Seven	1
II.	Mr. Mark Marx	21
III.	The Shabby Stranger	43
IV.	The Thursday Rendezvous	63
V.	Concerns the Hidden Hand	82
VI.	The Price of Victory	101



TRACKED BY WIRELESS
By William Le Queux


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
I	THE SECRET SIGNAL	11
II	THE VOICE FROM THE VOID	31
III	THE CALICO GLOVE	50
IV	THE DEVIL’S OVEN	68
V	THE MYSTERY WIDOW	89
VI	THE CLOVEN HOOF	109
VII	THE POISON FACTORY	128
VIII	THE GREAT INTRIGUE	146
IX	THE THREE BAD MEN	166
X	THE MYSTERY OF BERENICE	185
XI	THE MARKED MAN	204
XII	THE CROW’S CLIFF	223





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