Crime / Mystery Fiction

A fiction genre in which crime, detection and punishment forms the main storyline.
A Double Barrelled Detective StoryMark Twain
A Study in ScarletSir Arthur Conan Doyle
A Thief in the NightE.W. Hornung
An Amiable CharlatanEdward Phillips Oppenheim
Dead Men Tell No TalesE.W. Hornung
His Last BowSir Arthur Conan Doyle
Lord Arthur Saviles CrimeOscar Wilde
Mr. Justice RafflesE.W. Hornung
Mugby JunctionCharles Dickens
Murder in the GunroomHenry Beam Piper
Mysterious Mr. SabinEdward Phillips Oppenheim
Raffles Further Adventures of the Amateur CracksmanE.W. Hornung
Stolen IdolsEdward Phillips Oppenheim
Tangled TrailsWilliam MacLeod Raine
The Adventures of Sherlock HolmesSir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Amateur CracksmanE.W. Hornung
The Box with Broken SealsEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Cinema MurderEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Double Life Of Mr. Alfred BurtonEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Double TraitorEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Evil ShepherdEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Golden WebEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Grand Babylon HotelArnold Bennett
The Great ImpersonationEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Hound of the BaskervillesSir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Innocence of Father BrownG.K. Chesterton
The Man Who Knew Too MuchG.K. Chesterton
The Man Who Was ThursdayG.K. Chesterton
The Memoirs of Sherlock HolmesSir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Moving FingerEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Mysterious Affair at StylesAgatha Christie
The Mysterious Stranger and Other StoriesMark Twain
The Mystery of CloomberSir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Secret AdversaryAgatha Christie
The Secret AgentJoseph Conrad
The Shadow of the RopeE.W. Hornung
The Tragedy of Puddnhead WilsonMark Twain
The Valley of FearSir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Vanished MessengerEdward Phillips Oppenheim
The Wisdom of Father BrownG.K. Chesterton
Tom Sawyer DetectiveMark Twain