Author:Eustace Robert Barton

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Eustace Robert Barton

Pen names: Robert Eustace, Eustace Robert Rawlings; an English doctor and author of mystery and crime fiction with a theme of scientific innovation. He often collaborated with other writers, notably L. T. Meade and Dorothy L. Sayers.

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  • The Gold Star Line (1900) short stories
    • as Stories of the Gold Star Line (1899, sl in Windsor magazine)
      • The Jewelled Cobra — The Cypher With the Human Key — The Rice-Paper Chart — In the Jaw of the Dog — The Yellow Flag — The Sacred Chank
  • The Sorceress of the Strand (1902-03, Strand magazine) short stories
    • Madame Sara — The Blood-Red Cross — The Face of the Abbot — The Talk of the Town — The Bloodstone — The Teeth of the Wolf
  • The Brotherhood of the Seven Kings (1899)
    • At The Edge Of The Crater — The Winged Assassin — The Swing Of The Pendulum — The Luck Of Pitsey Hall — Twenty Degrees — The Star Shaped Marks — The Iron Circlet — The Mystery Of The Strong Room — The Bloodhound — The Doom
  • The D Line 1899, Windsor magazine (short story)
  • "The Heart of a Mystery" (1901 sl, Windsor magazine)
    • Mademoiselle Delacourt — A Little Smoke — The Tiger's Claw — A Conjuring Trick — A Gallop with the Storm — The Lost Square
  • "The Toleration of Count Kinsky" (1904, Leslie's magazine) (short story)
  • "The Face in the Dark," (1903, Harmsworth London magazine) (short story)
  • Where the Air Quivered (1898)
  • A Master of Mysteries (1898)
    • The Mystery of the Circular Chamber — The Warder of the Door — The Mystery of the Felwyn Tunnel — The Eight-Mile Lock — How Siva Spoke — To Prove an Alibi
  • "The Secret of Emu Plain" (1898) (short story, sequel to Master of Mysteries) (Included in The Oracle of Maddox Street)
  • The Sanctuary Club (1900)
    • as Stories of the Sanctuary Club (1899 sl, Strand magazine)
      • The Health Chair — A Visible Sound — The Diana sapphire — East of North — 'A Handful of Ashes' — The Secret of the Prison House
  • Miss Florence Cusack mysteries (London Magazine, 1899-1901) librivox
    • Mr. Bovey's Unexpected Will (1899) — The Arrest of Captain Vandaleur (1899) — A Terrible Railway Ride (1900) — The Outside Ledge (1900) — Mrs. Reid's Terror (1901)
  • The Man Who Disappeared (1901 Dec, Strand magazine)
  • The Lost Square (1902)
  • The Oracle of Maddox Street (1904) short stories
    • The Dead Hand — Finger Tips — Sir Penn Caryll's Engagement — The D Line — Eyes of Terror — The Secret of Emu Plain — The Black Ball — The Best Brother-in-Law in the World — The Ruby Bracelet — The Love Adventures of Primrose Ward


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1929.

This author died in 1943, so works by this author are in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. These works may be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.


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