Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories, Volume 5 cover

Library of the World's Best Mystery and Detective Stories, Volume 5

Julian Hawthorne, editor

1. 01 – The Man on the Bottle, by Gustav Meyrink
2. 02 – Christian Lahusen’s Baron, by Dietrich Theden, part 1
3. 03 – Christian Lahusen’s Baron, by Dietrich Theden, part 2
4. 04 – Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse, part 1
5. 05 – Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse, part 2
6. 06 – Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse, part 3
7. 07 – Andrea Delfin, by Paul Heyse, part 4
8. 08 – The Singer, by Wilhelm Hauff, part 1
9. 09 – The Singer, by Wilhelm Hauff, part 2
10. 10 – The Singer, by Wilhelm Hauff, part 3
11. 11 – The Singer, by Wilhelm Hauff, part 4
12. 12 – The Deserted House, by Ernest Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, part 1
13. 13 – The Deserted House, by Ernest Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, part 2
14. 14 – The Safety Match, by Anton Chekhov, part 1
15. 15 – The Safety Match, by Anton Chekhov, part 2
16. 16 – Knights of Industry, by Vsevolod Vladimirovitch Krestovski, part 1
17. 17 – Knights of Industry, by Vsevolod Vladimirovitch Krestovski, part 2
18. 18 – Knights of Industry, by Vsevolod Vladimirovitch Krestovski, part 3
19. 19 – Knights of Industry, by Vsevolod Vladimirovitch Krestovski, part 4
20. 20 – Knights of Industry, by Vsevolod Vladimirovitch Krestovski, part 5
21. 21 – Knights of Industry, by Vsevolod Vladimirovitch Krestovski, part 6
22. 22 -The Amputated Arms, by Jorgen Wilhelm Bergsoe
23. 23 – The Manuscript, by Otto Larssen
24. 24 – The Sealed Room, by Bernhard Severin Ingemann
25. 25 – The Rector of Veilbye, by Steen Steensen Blicher, part 1
26. 26 – The Rector of Veilbye, by Steen Steensen Blicher, part 2

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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 the fifth volume, we find stories written by German, Russian and Scandinavian authors.