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BLACK STAR'S
CAMPAIGN


JOHNSTON McCULLEY

 

 
Black Star's Campaign
 

A DETECTIVE STORY

 

By JOHNSTON McCULLEY
Author of "John Standon of Texas," "Black Star."

 
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CHELSEA HOUSE

79 SEVENTH AVENUE NEW YORK CITY
 
 

Black Star's Campaign


Copyright, 1919 by STREET & SMITH


(Printed In the United States of America)
All rights reserved, including that of translation into foreign
languages, including the Scandinavian.

 

 

CONTENTS

  1. chapterpage
  2. I. News for the Sheriff 11
  3. II. A Shock for the City 17
  4. III. The New Headquarters 26
  5. IV. Over the Telephone 36
  6. V. Trailed 47
  7. VI. What Kowen Found 56
  8. VII. Verbeck Investigates 63
  9. VIII. Mystery and an Alarm 71
  10. IX. Orders and Letters 78
  11. X. A Double Crime 85
  12. XI. More Mystery 94
  13. XII. Another Telephone Call 101
  14. XIII. Inside the Museum 107
  15. XIV. Missing Masterpieces 116
  16. XV. Some Fishermen 124
  17. XVI. Hot Bread 132
  18. XVII. Muggs Sees His Man 141
  19. XVIII. Muggs Meets Disaster 147
    1. XIX. Important Information 155
    2. XX. On the Trail 163
    3. XXI. A Tense Moment 172
    4. XXII. On the Roof 183
    5. XXIII. Muggs Gives a Tip 192
    6. XXIV. On the Trail 202
    7. XXV. End of the Trail 209
    8. XXVI. The Big Blow 218
    9. XXVII. Muggs Takes a Chance 227
    10. XXVIII. The Alarm 235
    11. XXIX. Caught in the Net 244
    12. XXX. Muggs Arrives 249
    13. XXXI. An Empty Net 250
    14. XXXII. The Letter 254
     


This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1958, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. This work may also 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.