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Detective, Mystery, Crime, and Horror Books on CD

by Arthur Conan Doyle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0931968054, CD-ROM)

From Sherlock Holmes, to the Phantom of the Opera, to the Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu, to Criminal Psychology, to Dracula and Frankenstein, this CD, intended for use with Windows PCs, contains over a hundred and forty Detective, Mystery, Crime, and Horror books, in plain-text format, organized for easy access.

It also includes ReadPlease voice conversion software, so can listen to as well as read these books.

A Book of Remarkable Criminals by H.B. Irving;
Criminal Psychology, a Manual for Judges, Practitioners, and Students by Hans Gross;
Criminal Sociology by Enrico Ferri;
London's Underword by Thomas Holmes

Anthologies -- The Lock and Key Library, Edited by Julian Hawthorne

Ambrose Bierce The Parenticide Club; Present at a Hanging

Earl Derr Biggers The Agony Column

Ernest Bramah The Mirror of Kong Ho

Wilkie Collins, 32 books

Richard Harding DavisThe Spy (short)

Walter de la Mare The Return

Charles Dickens Haunted Man; Hunted Down (short) ; The Mystery of Edwin Drood ; Three Ghost Stories

Fyodor Dostoyevsky Crime and Punishment

Arthur Conan Doyle 8 books (Sherlock Holmes) plus 8 stories)

Alexandre Dumas The Black Tulip; Celebrated Crimes -- 18 books in a single file; The Count of Monte Cristo,; The Man in the Iron Mask

Anatole France The Crime of Sylvestre Bonnard

Emile Gaboriau 12 books

Anna Katharine Green The Golden Slipper And Other Problems for Violet Strange; The Leavenworth Case

Grace Isabel Colbron and Augusta Groner The Case of The Lamp That Went Out; The Case of the Golden Bullet; The Case of The Pool of Blood in the Pastor's Study; The Case of the Registered Letter

O. Henry Rolling Stones

E.W. Hornung The Amateur Cracksman; Dead Men Tell No Tales; Raffles; A Thief in the Night

Washington Irving The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

Andrew Lang The Valet's Tragedy and Other Studies

Gaston Leroux The Mystery of the Yellow Room; The Phantom of the Opera; The Secret of the Night;

S. Weir Mitchell The Autobiography of a Quack and the Case of George Dedlow

Elia Wilkinson Peattie The Shape of Fear and Other Ghostly Tales

Frank Pinkerton Dyke Darrel the Railroad Detective or The Crime of the Midnight Express

Edgar Allan Poe The Raven edition of his complete works

E. R. Punshon The Bittermeads Mystery

Mary Roberts Rinehart The Bat; The Breaking Point; The Circular Staircase; Confession; Dangerous Days; The Man in Lower Ten; Sight Unseen; The Street of the Seven Stars; Where There's a Will

Sax Rohmer Dope; Fire-Tongue; The Insidious Dr. Fu Manchu; The Quest of the Sacred Slipper; The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu; The Yellow Claw

Melvin L. Severy The Darrow Enigma

Mary Shelley Frankenstein

Chester K. Steele The Golf Course Mystery

Robert Louis Stevenson Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Frank R. StocktonThe Lady, or the Tiger?

Bram Stoker Dracula; The Jewel of the Seven Stars; The Lady of the Shroud; The Lair of the White Worm; The Man

Rex Stout Under the Andes

Mark Twain Carnival of Crime in Connecticut; The Double-Barrelled Detective; The Man Who Corrupted Hadleyburg; Pudd'n Head Wilson; Sketches New and Old; Tom Sawyer, Detective

Carolyn Wells The Gold Bag

Edith Wharton Tales of Men and Ghosts

Oscar Wilde Lord Arthur Saville's Crime; The Picture of Dorian Grey

Mary Wilkins The Wind in the Rose-Bush And Other Stories Of The Supernatural

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