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Gaston Leroux

France (1868 - 1927)

Leroux, in his day considered "the foremost of the modern French writers of detective fiction" (Willard Huntington Wright, The Great Detective Stories), is best remembered today for his mystery thriller The Phantom of the Opera.

Genres: Mystery
Anthologies containing stories by Gaston Leroux
Short stories
Phantom of the Opera
In Letters of Fire (1908)
The Gold Axe (1925)
A Terrible Tale (1925)
The Inn of Terror (1929)
The Mystery of the Four Husbands (1929)
The Woman with the Velvet Collar (1929)
The Crime on Christmas Night (1930)
The Real Opera Ghost (1969)
The Waxwork Museum (1969)

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