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Short Stories in the Daily Mail

Authors: A - E

Adam, Pearl
He Won't Be Back Till The Laugh Has Died Down, January 2, 1939
Carried Forward, April 17, 1939

Adams, Alfred
The King's Treasure, October 7, 1933

Adams, Franklin P. (1881-1960)
The Picture Collector, November 22, 1939

Adkins, Ella
In the Negative, January 6, 1930

Alder, Vera S.
In the Chair, September 25, 1933

Aldridge, Isabel
Tony Templeton - Film Star, September 15, 1934
The Secret of the Attic, September 29, 1934
Gloves for Queen Bess, December 8, 1934
Visitors to Tea, April 20, 1935
Guardians of the Caravan, August 10, 1935
A Yuletide Surprise, December 21, 1935

Allen, Gertrude M.
Man of Power, August 23, 1933
On the Evidence, September 2, 1937

Allen, Grant  pseudonym of Charles Grant Blairfindie Allen (1848-1899)
Frontenac Island, June 12, 1896

Allen, Inglis (1879-1943)
The Rum' Steak, August 4, 1906
The Sympathiser, September 1, 1906
Kidnapped, December 2, 1907

Allingham, Margery (1904-1966)
The Dog Day, June 7, 1939 (part of the "Seaside Hotel" series of stories set in a common background and contributed by various authors)

Allis, Marion
Queen of the Labyrinth, January 17, 1935
The Greatest Experiment, June 24, 1937

Anderson, Jane
Gone!, May 19, 1916

Anonymous
My Poacher Friend, February 17, 1896
The Gentlemanlike Bailton, February 18, 1896
A Wilful Little Maid, February 19, 1896
My Heroic Conduct, February 20, 1896
The Lady Barrister, February 21, 1896
Carelessly Married, February 22, 1896
Fenton's Only Daughter, February 24, 1896
A Slighted Woman, February 25, 1896
The Chained Hand, February 26, 1896
His Own Fault, February 27, 1896
Pursued by Wolves, February 28, 1896
Her Tenth Birthday, February 29, 1896
Outwitted, March 2, 1896
A Woman's Wiles, March 3, 1896
A Forgotten Fortune, March 4, 1896
Told by a Guard, March 5, 1896
That Skipper, March 6, 1896
His Wife's Champion, March 7, 1896
A Modern Crusoe, March 9, 1896
The Hated Baron, March 10, 1896
The Two Wits, March 11, 1896
Crown v. John Almond, March 12, 1896
The Brand of Cain, March 13, 1896
His Own Betrayer, March 14, 1896
The Ruby Necklace, March 16, 1896
A Romance of the Whirling Wheel, March 17, 1896
The Master's Mistake, March 18, 1896
Her Face Her Misfortune, March 19, 1896
Beauty and the Burglar, March 20, 1896
In the Franco-Prussian War, March 21, 1896
Our Anti-Matrimonial Club, March 23, 1896
A Pill at Pugborough, March 24, 1896
Five Hundred Pounds Reward, March 25, 1896
The Planning Clerk, March 26, 1896
The Two Ethels, March 27, 1896
A Secret Sorrow, March 28, 1896
A Village School-Mistress, April 1, 1896
A Curious Advertisement, April 2, 1896
The Forger, April 4, 1896
An Altered Verdict, April 7, 1896
At Bennoch's, April 8, 1896
Grown Crooked, April 9, 1896
Jonas, April 10, 1896
In the Bush, April 11, 1896
The Beautiful Domitian, April 13, 1896
A Wily Hiding-Place, April 14, 1896
Very Impressionable, April 15, 1896
On the Wire, April 16, 1896
The Miner's Wife, April 17, 1896
The Little Snob, April 18, 1896
The Course of True Love, April 20, 1896
An Amazing Romance, April 22, 1896
A Monte Carlo Episode, April 23, 1896
Finchley's Cane, April 24, 1896
A Dreamer of Dreams, April 25, 1896
Landseer's Alleged Cat, April 27, 1896
Sweet Miss Latimer, April 28, 1896
Under Chloroform, April 29, 1896
The Shadow Between Us, April 30, 1896
The Bloemfontein Diamond Fields, May 1, 1896
A Railway Recognition, May 2, 1896
A Day of Doubt, December 8, 1896
A Debt of Gratitude, December 16, 1896
In the Interests of Science, February 12, 1897
The Revolt of Ruth Allen, March 10, 1897
The Peacemaker, April 9, 1897
Outwitted, April 20, 1897
A Wedding Tombstone, May 5, 1897
Iali; Which is to Say, "Forgiven," May 15, 1897
Semper Fidelis, June 12, 1897
Edelweiss, July 22, 1897
The Hundredth Chance, August 9, 1897
Exclusive to the "Herald" (part one), August 11, 1897
Exclusive to the "Herald" (part two), August 12, 1897
Out of the Wreck, August 13, 1897
In the Moorish Room, August 23, 1897
Children of Chance, September 2, 1897
The Empty Cradle, September 13, 1897
Trans-Saharan Station 15-M, June 4, 1898
A Weird Coincidence, July 11, 1898
By Misadventure, September 26, 1898
Life, Death - and a Rose, November 14, 1898
All for Una, April 16, 1900
Just a Platonic Affair, August 29, 1900
Her Father's Vengeance, December 13, 1901
When Woman Conspires, December 26, 1901
The Honour of the 'Varsity, March 22, 1902
The Ninth Man: A Story of the Boat Race, April 1, 1903
Whom God Hath Joined, November 5, 1903
The Blind Madonna, November 6, 1903
The Stolen Opera, November 7, 1903
The Red Billiard Ball, November 11, 1903
The Statelier Mansion, November 13, 1903
The Price of Success, November 16, 1903
To the Ends of the Earth, November 17, 1903
The Supreme Test, November 18, 1903
Just for Fun, February 24, 1906
A Girl of Eighteen, June 4, 1906
Our Garden Courtship, August 6, 1906
A Will and a Wedding, September 1, 1906
The Confessions of Mollie, September 4, 1906
The Art of Forgetting, October 27, 1906
The Dancer and the Professor, November 1, 1906
Letters to a Woman in Love, November 24, 1906
A Fireside Proposal, November 29, 1906
More Letters to Women in Love, December 1, 1906
The Magic Christmas Eve, December 22, 1906
Shooting Guests, October 30, 1912 (as by "A Country Hostess")
Little Pictures Seen on Furlough, February 2, 1915 (as by "A Private")
The Valley of the Shadow, November 20, 1916
A Simple Christmas: The New Scrooge, November 23, 1916 (as by "Tiny Tim")
New Ghosts for Old, December 26, 1916
Was He Doing His Bit?, March 27, 1917 (as by "An Officer On Leave")
The Fright That Came Back, June 21, 1917
The Water Fairy, June 25, 1917 (this story was probably written by M. G. Waife)
Prairie Peril, July 14, 1934
Jacko to the Rescue, August 4, 1934
Mamba's Kraal, August 11, 1934
Edric, The Saxon, July 27, 1935
Pirates on the China Seas, August 31, 1935
The Black Opal of Araka, September 28, 1935
Roundhead Raid, November 30, 1935
Finale of a Falcon, September 1, 1939
Heritage, October 2, 1939

Applin, Arthur (1873-1949)
Overdue, March 8, 1902

Arbory, Michael
The Triumph Tree, March 3, 1934

Armitt, Reginald
On the Carpet, May 29, 1934

Armstrong, Richard
A Gift for the Prince, December 23, 1932

Arter, Wallace E.
A Race Through the Storm, October 12, 1933

Ashbarry, Gilbert
One-Book Man, July 30, 1934

Athron, Dorothy
Snakes on the 6.10..., May 17, 1939

Atkey, Bertram (1880-1952)
The Great Pork Era, August 21, 1912

Ayres, Ruby M. (1883-1955)
Pamela's Lucky Number, August 7, 1928
Nobodies, November 13, 1928

B.
Lady Molly's Hatpins, April 27, 1910

B., C.
The Rose-Red Princess, December 23, 1911

B., C. K.
King Scepticus and the Fairies, December 24, 1910

B., P.
Lady Molly Tries the Simple Life, August 2, 1910

B., T.
"George," The Trench Rat, November 25, 1916
The Dog Owner's Dream, May 2, 1917

Baerlein, Henry
When Schubert Was In Love, November 19, 1928
Albanian Idyll, September 24, 1930

Balchin, Nigel (1908-1970)
Cheap, March 21, 1939

Baldock, Gertrude A.
Second Best, June 2, 1934

Ball, Walter S.
The Prize Pup, September 15, 1933

Banton, Kathleen B.
The Hand Upon the Door, May 12, 1937
The Legend of the Singing Mule, May 22, 1937

Barber, Alex  pseudonym of Cyril Alexander Barber (1906-1998)
A New Line in Bluff, November 22, 1937

Barber, Kenneth
Wine with the Doge, March 5, 1936
The Marquis Makes a Marriage, June 17, 1936
The Taming of the Beau, June 26, 1937

Barbourne, A. J.
Noirette's Hat Trick, March 2, 1935
The Sea Serpent, June 8, 1935

Barbusse, Henri
Force, October 12, 1932

Barclay, Armiger
The Village Symposium, August 10, 1906
Gun-Shy, August 15, 1906
Old Souls for New, September 5, 1906
The Myopic Ostrich, September 21, 1906
The Terrible Lady Babs, October 10, 1906
The Soap Famine, October 29, 1906
Portraits Made Easy, December 3, 1906
A Progressive Lunch, January 31, 1907
The Marriage Brokers, March 19, 1907
At Home - "Pictures," March 25, 1907
A Topical Argument, June 1, 1907
The Wine Doctor, June 27, 1907
The Old Jockey, July 1, 1907
The Limerick Mania, July 18, 1907
Cupid in a Restaurant, December 26, 1907

Barker, Hedley  pseudonym of Clarence Hedley Barker (1894- )
"Cos I Treat Him Proper," August 28, 1934

Barnard, Robert
Wasted Talent, August 18, 1938

Barry, Philip B.
Welcome Visitor, June 18, 1938

Barton, Reyner
He Raised His Hat, December 8, 1937

Bashford, D. F.
Programme Changed, December 8, 1938

Bates, H. E. (1905-1974)
Waitress!, October 7, 1933
The Grace Note, September 18, 1936
Victim of Silence, May 3, 1939

Bawden, William R.
The Catapult Cowboy, March 3, 1934
Wade Minor Wins His Cap, April 28, 1934
Bob Merton's Disappearance, December 15, 1934 (as by W. R. Bawden)
Pirates to Port, April 13, 1935 (as by W. R. Bawden)
Kali's Bottle, May 11, 1935 (as by W. R. Bawden)
Bandit Gold, September 14, 1935 (as by W. R. Bawden)
The Voice in the Fog, October 19, 1935 (as by W. R. B.)
Leave it to Husky, November 23, 1935 (as by W. R. Bawden)
Feud in the North-West, December 14, 1935 (as by W. R. Bawden)

Bax, Stanley
Rivals in the Air, June 9, 1934

Bayley, Donovan
Hard Highway, October 17, 1935

Beamand, W. J.
Painted Dream, August 23, 1932
Tiberius, January 4, 1933
Scotland Yard, July 15, 1933
The Warning, January 25, 1934

Begbie, Garstin
Sign, Please!, September 7, 1935
Face Value, September 11, 1935 (as by G. Begbie)

Bell, J. J. (1871-1934)
What's in a Name?, October 23, 1934

Bell, Neil  pseudonym of Stephen Southwold (1887-1964)
A Ramble in Amnesia, December 28, 1949

Bellas, Ivor
Courage, August 19, 1933
Out of the Wreck, September 5, 1933
Master Mariner, October 18, 1934

Benham, Charles
The Man Who Was Afraid Of Everything, May 8, 1939

Bennett, Eric
Hard News, September 23, 1932
Balance Sheet, September 3, 1938

Bennett, Fred
Peril in the Wind, November 4, 1933
The Skating Champions, December 30, 1933

Benson, E. F. (1867-1940)
A Rich Man's Proposal, June 20, 1902
Lady Mirfield's Dentist, February 2, 1905
Two Generations, December 2, 1905

Bensusan, S. L. (1872- )
The Brass-Bound Box, October 19, 1935

Bentham, Josephine (1901-1987)
The Sheep, December 27, 1938

Bentham, Roy
The Third Bottle, September 25, 1937

Berey, Leonard R.
Wine of Friendship, August 23, 1935

Beswick, Eardley
Lady Cynthia's "Cert," September 12, 1931

Bewsher, Paul
Two Tunes on a Cornet, July 18, 1933

Bierce, Ambrose (1842- )
A Horseman in the Sky, July 16, 1931
Curried Cow, September 3, 1931

Birmingham, George A.  pseudonym of Rev. James Owen Hannay (1865-1950)
The Adventure of Mr. Windal, April 5, 1909
My Salmon, August 30, 1913

Black, L. D.
The Little Cleaner, February 24, 1934

Blain, K. D.
One Thing Left, September 3, 1935

Blake, Reginald
Blind Man's Bluff, September 15, 1931

Blanckensee, Muriel D.
Reflections, January 19, 1932

Bloom, Ursula (1892-1984)
This "Ideal" Business, December 27, 1928
Women Do Not Forget, August 10, 1929
The Garden of Failures, October 2, 1929
The Greatest of the McGarths, October 26, 1929
The Glamorous Eyes of Youth, December 31, 1929
Mother Love, February 11, 1930
Love - 30, August 16, 1930
Thing of Chance, November 19, 1930
Colours, June 22, 1933
The Trees Made Answer, May 18, 1934
The Blind Who See, May 25, 1934
The Earth Was Good, May 1, 1935
Blind Faith, April 2, 1936
Channel Crossing, September 21, 1936
When Ships Were Made of Wood, May 6, 1937
Good Theatre, June 12, 1937
Remembrance, June 30, 1937
Crown of the Year, August 28, 1937
Debt Paid, August 9, 1938

Bly, Roger
The Colonel Wins, May 19, 1934
Taming the Sixth, September 8, 1934
The Jungle Trail, February 16, 1935
Circus Courage, September 21, 1935

Bodington, Nicholas
And So They Still Go On, May 9, 1939
"O" Stands for Oscar, September 20, 1939

Bonnet, Emery
You Can't Fight Nature, December 12, 1938

Boothby, Guy (1867-1905)
Her Love Affair, November 25, 1903

Bosanquet, Edmund
What The Boys Think Of It, March 1, 1913

Bostock, John
S O S, November 17, 1934 (as by J. Bostock)
Royal Ruse, January 19, 1935
Galloping Jack, October 26, 1935

Bowen, Marjorie  pseudonym of Gabrielle Margaret Vere Campbell Long (1886-1952)
Half-Past Two: A Ghostly Drama, August 15, 1928

Bower, Marian
Boiled Sweets, August 6, 1934

Brading, Hal
Woman's Wit, August 30, 1938

Brand, Eric D.
Life is Like That, September 21, 1931
Courage!, March 26, 1932

Breen, Zo
How Like a Woman, January 1, 1940
Talk in the Dark, January 23, 1940
The Golden Touch, January 30, 1940
The Man Who Was Never Ill, March 26, 1940

Bremner, Geoffrey
On Bail, August 20, 1938

Brex, Twells (?-1920)
My Holiday with the Premier, April 9, 1914
Daylight Saving, May 16, 1916
The Last "Flag Day," May 19, 1916
Black Summer, July 18, 1916
A Warning to Wives, July 29, 1916
A Night Out in 1918, November 8, 1916
The Wicked Food Waster and the Patriotic Economist, December 28, 1916
The Veteran, March 7, 1917
Invisible Paint, April 24, 1917
The Voice, October 4, 1917
My Husband's On Leave, December 5, 1917

Bridge, James B.
The Perfect Plot, October 12, 1929

Bridges, T. C. (1868-1944)
Too Hot to Hold (part one), September 17, 1931
Too Hot to Hold (part two), September 18, 1931

Bridges, Victor (1878-1972)
The Green Monkey, December 28, 1935 (a play)

Bright, Florence
Cynthia's Career, June 27, 1907

Brooke, F. W.
Nearly 'Uman, May 30, 1934
Elephant's Feet, June 4, 1934
The Key on a Ring, July 17, 1934

Brown, Mary
The King's Honey, December 7, 1935

Browne, Porter Emerson (1879-1934)
Two Diplomatic Matchmakers, December 15, 1906

Brunel, Adrian
Emerald Green, December 7, 1938

Buckley, Maurice
Exit a Hero, December 31, 1936
Happy Returns, September 8, 1937
A Woman Can Always Tell, December 7, 1937

Bull, Barbara
Prince Plays His Part, October 19, 1933
The Smugglers' Bay, February 2, 1935

Bullett, Gerald (1893-1958)
The Bridegroom, December 29, 1949

Bullock, Shan F.
A Boy Story, December 24, 1904

Burford, Eleanor (1906-1993)
The Waterfall, June 12, 1936
A Man at Last, December 29, 1936
Which, Doctor?, June 4, 1937
Rajah's Sapphires, June 29, 1937
Their Way Home, July 6, 1937
Bridegroom's Buttons, November 23, 1937

Burgin, G. B. (1856-1944)
Master and Man, November 27, 1903

Burrage, A. M. (1889-1956)
Lost and Found, July 14, 1933

Byass, B. O.
"No Flowers," August 2, 1934

C.
"Marvel," February 28, 1917

C., D.
The Sicilians, March 7, 1908

C., W. E.
Swanaswatka (N. J.), July 2, 1908

Calthrop, Dion Clayton (1878-1937)
The Duchess and the Dragon, November 11, 1905
Charity, November 25, 1905
Noah of Ark, December 2, 1905
The Spirit of the Season, December 16, 1905
A Piccadilly Picture, December 30, 1905
The Secret of Happiness, January 16, 1906
A Party Question, January 13, 1906
Under the Surface, January 20, 1906
The Strike, January 27, 1906
The Deserted Village, February 3, 1906
The London Sparrow, February 17, 1906
The Mother, February 24, 1906
The Land, March 3, 1906
The Chimera, March 24, 1906
Breakfast with the Immortals, March 31, 1906
The Rabbit and the Bus Horse, April 12, 1906
The Times Tea Party, October 19, 1906
The Father of His People, December 17, 1906
The Washing, January 12, 1907
Extremes Meet, January 19, 1907
The Mirror of Truth, May 4, 1907
The Sublime History of the Day After Tomorrow, May 11, 1907
The Weather Hen, May 25, 1907
Entertainment for Man and Beast, March 24, 1908
Cuckoo, April 28, 1908
Fashion, May 9, 1908
Where Shall We Go?, June 19, 1908
The Fairy and the Farmer, July 21, 1908
Bricks and Dreams and Mortar, October 10, 1908
Votes for Children, October 24, 1908
The Perfect Treasure, November 7, 1908
The Wonderjusts, November 18, 1908
The Secret Look, November 27, 1908
Toys and Temperament, December 10, 1908
Columbine's Garden, December 25, 1908
When the Hobgoblin Woke Up, January 13, 1909
Pot Luck, February 9, 1909
Pan in Piccadilly, March 13, 1909
Sugar Candy and the Budget, May 29, 1909
Home, June 11, 1909
Hints to Young Misers, June 25, 1909
Woman and Her Skirts, March 14, 1911
An April Day, April 8, 1911
The New Woman, May 5, 1911
A Hedge God, May 13, 1911
To-day, June 3, 1911
Dream Life, June 9, 1911
A Night's Adventure, July 20, 1912
So He Simply Lied, July 25, 1912
Sir Henry and Lady Elizabeth, August 2, 1912
My Talk with Miss Britannia, August 8, 1912
The Young Men of 1830, August 23, 1912
The Born Flirt, September 14, 1912
Sheep-Sleep, September 21, 1912
Autumn Shopping, October 17, 1912
Children's Brains, October 29, 1912
The Modern Young Man, November 7, 1912
She Might Have Been Pretty, November 28, 1912
The Children in the Park, February 6, 1913
'Tosh' About Fairies, December 20, 1913
The Futurist Miss Brown, February 20, 1914
No More Lovers' Lanes, March 7, 1914
The 1914 Browns, March 27, 1914
Queer Effects of a Spring Day, April 4, 1914
What's Wrong?, April 17, 1914
A Handful of Nothing, December 16, 1918

Calvert, Mrs. Charles
A London Rehearsal, September 21, 1907

Calvert, Kathleen
Proof of the Pudding, June 9, 1937

Candler, Edmund (1874-1926)
The Subaltern, January 9, 1915
The Franc-Tireur, January 28, 1915
"Ratting," April 8, 1915
The Professor and the Policeman, August 19, 1915

Cannan, Joanna  pseudonym of Joanna Maxwell Cannan Pullein-Thompson (1896-1961)
Harmony and Discord, October 21, 1929
So Great a Break, December 30, 1931

Carey, Frances
Over the Road, October 3, 1933

Carey, J. J.
The Dean of St. Michael's, August 29, 1938

Carol, Richard
A Skin Game, September 8, 1931
Pearls, August 26, 1932
A Little Faith, June 30, 1933

Carr, John Dickson (1906-1977)
Harem-Scarem, March 24, 1939

Carson, W. E.
The Crystal Palace, August 20, 1908

Carstairs, John Paddy  pseudonym of John Keys (1910-1970)
The Eclipse of Their Star, July 1, 1937

Carter, Barbara Barclay
Into a New Chapter, September 10, 1936

Cartwright, Carol
The War of the Fairies, November 4, 1914 (a play)

Cartwright, Richard
Practical Politics, September 10, 1937

Casey, Newton
The Angel's Kick, May 16, 1939

Cassera, Nora
Pals is Pals, September 24, 1932
When the Monkeys Made Merry, December 24, 1932
Gardener, Come Back!, June 15, 1933
Sixpence Change, July 27, 1933
Goose for Michaelmas, September 22, 1933
The Fetter, June 25, 1935

Castle, Agnes (1860-1922)
The Mirror of the Faithful Heart, February 5, 1904 (written with Egerton Castle)

Castle, Egerton (1858-1920)
The Mirror of the Faithful Heart, February 5, 1904 (written with Agnes Castle)

Chamberlain, Peter
Sweet Stay-at-Home, August 19, 1939

Chandos, Martin
And Some Fell On Good Ground, September 7, 1932

Channing, Mark  pseudonym of L. A. M. Jones (1879- )
'Er Majisty, August 31, 1932
Old Brass, September 6, 1932
Private View, December 23, 1932
Second Thoughts, January 18, 1933
The Blue Madonna, July 7, 1933

Chappell, Ernest Reece
Place for Mr. Benn, August 31, 1937
"Once a Collier...," November 26, 1937

Cheyney, Peter (1896-1951)
The Key, May 11, 1939
Christmas for Callaghan, December 24, 1945

Chidsey, Donald Barr (1902-1981)
When the Red Dust Blew, September 2, 1944

Christie, Agatha (1890-1976)
A Fruitful Sunday, August 11, 1928
The Wasps' Nest, November 20, 1928
Playing the Innocent, August 5, 1929

Clark, Margery Stanley
The Sentimental Game, May 7, 1906
The Girl Who Did Nothing, June 28, 1906

Clarke, Mabel McElliott
The Trickster, September 12, 1932

Cleaver, Hylton (1891-1961)
Thank You, Darling, December 31, 1938

Clifford, Patrick
They Were Deceivers Ever, September 1, 1933

Clifford, Mrs. W. K. (1853-1929)
The Way Out, November 29, 1904

Clyde, Jon
This Freedom, July 26, 1933

Coghlan, John
Lapse of Memory, June 15, 1935

Cole, R. C.
Ends Never Meet, September 14, 1937
Stripes for Mulaney, December 10, 1937

Collin, Rodney
The Pirate, December 28, 1934

Collins, Dale  pseudonym of Cuthbert Dale Collins (1897-1956)
These Brainless Women!, October 1, 1929
Without Malice (part one), May 4, 1938
Without Malice (part two), May 5, 1938

Collins, E.
Northern Lights, November 2, 1935

Collins, Evelyn Davey
The Splendid Catastrophe, July 31, 1933
The Last Plunder, August 31, 1933
Accidents Can Happen, January 11, 1935

Constanduros, Mabel (1880-1957)
Mrs. Ogboddy Obliges, December 23, 1935 (a play)
The Bugginses' Picnic, December 30, 1935 (a play; written with Michael Hogan)

Coppard, Dr. Winifred
Dust to Dust, January 9, 1937

Corder, R. E.  pseudonym of James Dunn
A Man of His Hands, September 26, 1929

Cordner, Diana Seward
Mess of Pottage, August 3, 1934

Costello, Mary
Harold Augustus, January 11, 1908

Cotterell, Geoffrey
Family Affair, March 14, 1939
Second Husband, March 29, 1939
Glittering Voyage, August 26, 1939
Thanks for the Party, March 28, 1940

Cotterill, Norah
The Loving-Glove, May 11, 1933
Here Comes the Bride!, June 29, 1933
Taking Licence, August 25, 1933
Presented to Jonathan Skeppitt, July 18, 1934
From Her Ladyship, January 1, 1935
Cat in the Bag, April 20, 1937

Courtenay, Shaugh
And Nemesis Smiled, October 15, 1935

Cowen, Frances (1901-1992)
A Fearless Flight, November 23, 1933

Crawford, Captain Jack
Waiting a Crown, January 12, 1897

Crew, Frank C.
Across the Bridge, August 15, 1930
Mr. Prindle Goes Back, September 7, 1931
Jobling's Last Run, August 17, 1932
Colbin's Carol, December 20, 1932
Muted Strings, January 2, 1933
The Shepherd, January 21, 1933
Pinder's Box, May 2, 1933
Fallen Blossom, June 1, 1933
Something Human, June 23, 1933
Gentlemen, August 24, 1933
The Silent File, February 27, 1934
The Truants, July 21, 1934
Mr. Brittle Comes Back, December 24, 1934
The Blue Mauritius, January 15, 1935
Teagle's Pail, January 19, 1937
Ancient Lights, June 10, 1937
Hidden Harmony, September 1, 1937
He Gave Away Too Much, October 4, 1937

Cronwright, Guy
Guilty Secret, August 16, 1934

Crump, Anthony
Top Card Wins, June 3, 1936

Cullum, Ridgwell  pseudonym of Sidney Groves Burghard (1867-1943)
The Strange Case of Mrs. Crador, May 26, 1928

Cunningham, Louis Arthur (1900-1954)
Intrepid Explorer, September 6, 1935

Currey, R. N.
The Everlasting Reminder, September 7, 1936

D., J. M.
Something in Chiffon, June 20, 1908

Dakers, Norman
The Voice, October 21, 1935

Daudet, Alphonse (1840-1897)
The Last Lesson, October 4, 1932

Davey-Collins, Evelyn
Wind from the East, September 14, 1936
Present Tense, June 7, 1937
Next Gent, Please, September 11, 1937

Dayle, Gilbert
The Going-Away Month, August 12, 1902

Deans, F. Harris (1886-1961)
A Patched-Up Affair, July 6, 1906
The Commandments of Nancy, July 27, 1906
The Jealousy of Nancy, August 17, 1906
The Innocence of Gladys, September 5, 1906
The Unpardonable Sin, September 11, 1906
His Previous Proposal, October 5, 1906
A Youth in Love, November 7, 1906

Dearden, Hilda Danvers (1899- )
Mre Fragonard, September 12, 1933

de Baeza, L.
The Coward, April 4, 1936

d'Egville, A. H.
Saved by the Legion, June 29, 1935

Delafield, E. M.  pseudonym of Edmee Elizabeth Monica de la Pasture Dashwood (1890-1943)
But They Don't Wear Labels, April 10, 1939
Afraid? Nonsense!, April 25, 1939
Untitled, June 5, 1939 (no title given for this story)
So What?, July 7, 1939
There Are No Rules, December 4, 1939

Delmar, Via (1903-1990)
Charmed, I Assure You, May 18, 1933

Demaison, Andr (1893-1956)
Ouara, The Lioness (part one), August 12, 1929 (translated from the French by Vivian Le Grand)
Ouara, The Lioness (part two), August 13, 1929 (translated from the French by Vivian Le Grand)

de Maupassant, Guy (1850-1893)
The Necklace, September 30, 1944

Dennis, Robert
The Tramp's Dream, March 31, 1896
Burglary by Telephone, April 21, 1896

de Selincourt, Hugh (1878-1951)
"The Right Thing," March 18, 1913
The Shy Poor Man, April 4, 1913

Dewes, Simon  pseudonym of John St. Clair Muriel (1909- )
Through a Glass Darkly, August 9, 1934

Dicker, Richard M. H.
The Brambleton Mystery, January 12, 1933
The Rebel, January 20, 1933 (as by Richard Dicker)
All That Glitters, August 14, 1933 (as by Richard Dicker)
The Cue, August 30, 1933 (as by Richard Dicker)
Life's Like That, May 26, 1934 (as by Richard Dicker)
Easy Money, September 13, 1935 (as by Richard Dicker)

Dickie, Francis (1890-1976)
Tail of the Miracle, November 29, 1937

Dingle, A. E. (1874-1947)
The Legacy of Knucklebone Cay, January 1, 1932

Dinner, William (1906-1997)
Grumbler's Luck, September 23, 1937

Diogenes
The Philosophy of Dirt, March 21, 1911

Doig, Henry S.
Circumstantial Evidence, August 13, 1928
Portrait of a Gentleman, November 23, 1928
The Vicar Who Sold a Ghost, December 24, 1929

Dormie, M. A.  pseudonym of Marian Edna Sharrock (1897- )
Nanny's Away, August 22, 1932

Douglas, Wallace
Descent of the Great, September 21, 1935
The Warriors' Day, October 10, 1935
The Walker in Honesty, March 6, 1936

Douthwaite, L. Charles (1878- )
Duty Undefined, July 12, 1933
Something to Hide, June 13, 1936
Clear Title, October 2, 1937

Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan (1859-1930)
His First Operation, September 28, 1932

Doyle, Shane
Mr. Motwyn Wins Through, October 26, 1938

Duchess of Sermoneta, The
Ghosts That Haunt The Grandeur That Was Rome, July 8, 1931

Dudley, W.
Lighten Our Darkness, September 15, 1937

Duke, Alan
Chaps Can't Clype, August 26, 1937
A Blow for Csar, September 28, 1937

Duncan, Francis  pseudonym of William Walter Frank Underhill (1914-1988)
Million Pound Minute, October 25, 1938

Dunne, Finley P. (1867-1936)
Mr. Dooley on Strikes, September 24, 1907

Dunsany, Lord (1878-1957)
The Dull Dog, October 28, 1944

Durand, Lieutenant R.
Private Handcock's Promotion, September 24, 1915

Eaton, Evelyn (1902-1983)
Everything New, August 14, 1934

Eckersley, Arthur
Sarah, April 27, 1905

Edgar, George (1877-1918)
The Man Who Surprised Himself, October 26, 1915
The Stolen Submarine, November 15, 1915
"A Bit of Salving," November 24, 1915
Uniformitis, February 1, 1916

Edwardes, Charles
A Clumsy Wooing, April 8, 1901

Edye, Alfred
Making Up His Mind, November 21, 1922

Ellerbe, Alma
It's a Free Country, August 21, 1934 (written with Paul Ellerbe)
Dentist in the Air, January 8, 1937 (written with Paul Ellerbe)

Ellerbe, Paul
It's a Free Country, August 21, 1934 (written with Alma Ellerbe)
Dentist in the Air, January 8, 1937 (written with Alma Ellerbe)

Ellison, Robert
Name in Lights, September 13, 1939
The Debt, February 20, 1940
Advance Man, March 18, 1940

Engelbach, Fred G.
Cast Thy Bread Upon The Waters, April 9, 1899 (this story appeared in the Daily Mail Sunday Edition)

England, Eric B.
Sweepstake with Death, November 25, 1937

Enne, Constance
Pamela's Visitor, March 5, 1929
Dear Yesterday, March 7, 1931
To-morrow May Be Yours, July 21, 1933

Espinasse, Bernard
Father's Happy Christmas, December 24, 1908

Essex, John Oliver
A Call from the Clouds, September 14, 1933
The "Bandit" of Barnby Bridge, November 9, 1933

Evans, C. L.
The Hundredth Night, May 11, 1937

 

 

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