Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories, Volume 4 cover

Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories, Volume 4

Julian Hawthorne, editor

1. 01 – The Necklace, by Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893)
2. 02 – The Man with the Pale Eyes, by Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893)
3. 03 – An Uncomfortable Bed, by Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893)
4. 04 – Ghosts, by Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893)
5. 05 – Fear, by Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893)
6. 06 – The Confession, by Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893)
7. 07 – The Horla, or Modern Ghosts, by Guy de Maupassant – Part 1 (1850-1893)
8. 08 – The Horla, or Modern Ghosts, by Guy de Maupassant – Part 2 (1850-1893)
9. 09 – The Miracle of Zobeide, by Pierre Mille (1864-1941)
10. 10 – The Torture by Hope, by Villiers de L’Isle Adam (1838-1889)
11. 11 – The Owl’s Ear, by Erckmann-Chatrian (1822-99)-(1826-90)
12. 12 – The Invisible Eye, by Erckmann-Chatrian (1822-99)-(1826-90)
13. 13 – The Waters of Death, by Erckmann-Chatrian (1822-99)-(1826-90)
14. 14 – Melmoth Reconciled, by Honore de Balzac, part 1 (1799-1850)
15. 15 – Melmoth Reconciled, by Honore de Balzac, part 2 (1799-1850)
16. 16 – Melmoth Reconciled, by Honore de Balzac, part 3 (1799-1850)
17. 17 – The Conscript, by Honore de Balzac (1799-1850)
18. 18 – Zadig the Babylonian, by Voltaire, part 1 (1694-1778)
19. 19 – Zadig the Babylonian, by Voltaire, part 2 (1694-1778)
20. 20 – Zadig the Babylonian, by Voltaire, part 3 (1694-1778)
21. 21 – Zadig the Babylonian, by Voltaire, part 4 (1694-1778)
22. 22 – The Nail, by Pedro de Alarcon, part 1 (1833-1891)
23. 23 – The Nail, by Pedro de Alarcon, part 2 (1833-1891)
24. 24 – The Deposition, by Luigi Capuana (1839-1900)
25. 25 – The Adventure of the Three Robbers, by Lucius Apuleius (2nd century A.D.)
26. 26 – Letter to Sura, by Pliny the Younger (1st century A.D.)

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Summary

In the six volumes of the Library of the World’s Best Mystery and Detective Stories, Julian Hawthorne presents us thrilling and mysterious short stories from all corners of the world. Some of the stories appeared in this collection for the first time translated into English, and many of them come from unexpected sources, such as the letters of Pliny the Younger, or a Tibetan manuscript. In this fourth volume, we find stories originally written in French, Italian, Spanish and Latin.