The Lone Wolf by Louis Joseph Vance

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Jayam Subramanian and PG Distributed Proofreaders THE LONE WOLF By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE 1914 CONTENTS I. TROYON’S II. RETURN III. A POINT OF INTERROGATION IV. A STRATAGEM V. ANTICLIMAX VI. THE PACK GIVES TONGUE VII. L’ABBAYE VIII. THE HIGH HAND IX. DISASTER X. TURN ABOUT XI. FLIGHT XII. AWAKENING XIII. CONFESSIONAL

The Fortune Hunter by Louis Joseph Vance

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Anuradha Valsa Raj, Tonya Allen and PG Distributed Proofreaders THE FORTUNE HUNTER By Louis Joseph Vance Author Of “The Brass Bowl,” “The Bronze Bell,” Etc. _With illustrations by_ Arthur William Brown 1910 To George Spellvin, Esq., _This book is cheerfully dedicated_ CONTENTS CHAPTER I. FROM HIM THAT HATH NOT II. TO

The False Faces by Vance, Louis Joseph

Produced by Juliet Sutherland, Josephine Paolucci, Tom Allen, and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team. THE FALSE FACES FURTHER ADVENTURES FROM THE HISTORY OF THE LONE WOLF BY LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE 1918 CONTENTS I Out of No Man’s Land II From a British Port III In the Barred Zone IV In Deep Waters V On the

The Bronze Bell by Louis Joseph Vance

THE BRONZE BELL By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE 1909 To F. E. Z. Chatelaine of Juniper Lodge This story is dedicated by one to whom her hospitality, transplanted from its Kentucky home, will ever remain a charming memory. CONTENTS CHAPTER I DESTINY AND THE BABU II THE GIRL AND THE TOKEN III MAROONED IV THE MAN

The Brass Bowl by Louis Joseph Vance

Produced by Distributed Proofreaders THE BRASS BOWL BY LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE 1907 I DUST In the dull hot dusk of a summer’s day a green touring-car, swinging out of the East Drive, pulled up smartly, trembling, at the edge of the Fifty-ninth Street car-tracks, then more sedately, under the dispassionate but watchful eye of a

The Black Bag by Louis Joseph Vance

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Leonard Johnson and PG Distributed Proofreading. THE BLACK BAG By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY THOMAS FOGARTY 1908 TO MY MOTHER CONTENTS CHAPTER I. DIVERSIONS OF A RUINED GENTLEMAN II. “AND SOME THERE BE WHO HAVE ADVENTURES THRUST UPON THEM” III. CALENDAR’S DAUGHTER IV. 9 FROGNALL STREET, W. C. V.

Red Masquerade by Louis Joseph Vance

Distributed Proofreaders RED MASQUERADE Being the Story of THE LONE WOLF’S DAUGHTER BY LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE 1921 TO J. PARKER READ, JR., ESQ. THE CINEMA THAT WAS HIS APOLOGY This tale quite brazenly derives from the author’s invention for motion pictures which Mr. J. Parker Read, Jr., produced in the autumn of 1919 under the
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