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Maurice Leblanc

14 out of 25 titles available

Sorted in the order in which they were published. Unfortunately, this seems to be all that is available in this series. The missing books either haven't been translated into English, or have been translated too recently to be in the public domain.

There are 25 books in the Arsene Lupin series. Leblanc originally called the hero of his books, Arsene Lopin, but there was a local politician of the same name who wasn't too happy about it, and so it was changed. Lupin is a master of disguise and a thief, but also a gentleman - often operating on the wrong side of the law but doing so for the greater good. The 'Arsene Lupin' book that comes between The Hollow Needle and 813, isn't usually considered part of the series. It was originally a play, and was only turned into a novel later by Edgar Jepson, but chronologically, it does come between those two previously mentioned books.

cover page for the Global Grey edition of The Hollow Needle by Maurice Leblanc
The Hollow Needle

(1909 - № 3)

cover page for the Global Grey edition of 813 by Maurice Leblanc
813

(1910 - № 4)

cover page for the Global Grey edition of The Crystal Stopper by Maurice Leblanc
The Crystal Stopper

(1912 - № 5)

cover page for the Global Grey edition of The Woman of Mystery by Maurice Leblanc
The Woman of Mystery

(1916 - № 8)

cover page for the Global Grey edition of The Golden Triangle by Maurice Leblanc
The Golden Triangle

(1918 - № 9)

cover page for the Global Grey edition of The Secret of Sarek by Maurice Leblanc
The Secret of Sarek

(1919 - № 10)

cover page for the Global Grey edition of The Secret Tomb by Maurice Leblanc
The Secret Tomb

(1923 - № 12)

cover page for the Global Grey edition of The Mélamare Mystery by Maurice Leblanc
The Mélamare Mystery

(1929 - № 18)

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