E.W. Hornung
1866-1921
  

Ernest William Hornung was born in Middlesborough, England. He spent most of his life in England and France, but in 1884 he left for Australia where he worked as a tutor for two years. After his return in 1886, he married Constance Doyle, the sister of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1893. Hornung died in St. Jean de Luz, France.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) A Bride from the Bush  1890
 2) Under Two Skies  1892
 3) The Boss of Taroomba  1894
 4) Irralie’s Bushranger  1896
 5) The Rogue’s March  1896
 6) My Lord Duke  1897
 7) Some Persons Unknown (short stories)  1898
 8) Young Blood  1898
 9) The Amateur Cracksman (Also published as: Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman) (short stories)  1899
10) Dead Men Tell No Tales  1899
11) The Belle of Toorak (US Title: The Shadow of a Man)  1900
12) Peccavi  1900
13) The Black Mask (US Title: Raffles: Further Adventures of the Amateur Cracksman) (short stories)  1901
14) The Shadow of the Rope  1902
15) No Hero  1903
16) Denis Dent  1903
17) Stingaree (short stories)  1905
18) A Thief in the Night (short stories)  1905
19) Mr. Justice Raffles  1909
20) The Camera Fiend  1911
21) The Thousandth Woman  1913
22) Witching Hill (short stories)  1913
23) The Crime Doctor (short stories)  1911
24) Old Offenders and a Few Old Scores (short stories)  1923

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