The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Series - French Detective Stories

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Publisher: J. S. Ogilvie Publishing Company (New York (N.Y.): 57 Rose Street) -- United States
Category: Format : Paperback ("Thickbook")
Issues: 7
Dates: 1904
Schedule: Not known
Price: 25ยข
Size: (7 x 5")
Pages: 200
Illustrations: Colored pictorial cover
Publisher's Blurb: "We call your attention to the following constituting the best work of the most widely known and popular writer of French Detective Fiction--Emile Gaboriau. Marvelously Mysterious Stories, Wonderfully Woven, Entertainingly Written, holding the reader spellbound with interest. The stories are delightfully treated and from the beginning of the plot through each succeeding discovery of the wonderful French detective, one's interest is increased and expectancy raised until the end of the book is reached. To bring these clever and entertaining stories within reach of all, we have just issued the above books in paper covers. They contain about 200 pages each, are printed in good, clear type on novel paper, with color illustrations in colors."
Major Author(s): Emile Gaboriau
Notes / Commentary: LeBlanc never saw one, and based this listing on an unnumbered advertisement; the numbering used here reflects the order of the advertisement.
Primary Data Source: LeBlanc
Data Entry Status: Done, Believed Complete


1. Monsieur Lecoq
2. The Honor of a Name
3. The Widow Lerouge
4. The Clique of Gold
5. Captain Contanceau
6. The Thirteenth Hussars
7. The Mystery of Orcival

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