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Steve Miller's Mystery Fiction Archive
This page lists many of the mystery stories featured in Steve Miller's Fiction Archive.
We hope mystery fans will find something to their liking. Please write us if you have suggestions or if you want to submit something, and be sure to sign our guestbook!

While most of the stories here are classic works, early entries into the mystery genre--indeed, Edgar Allan Poe and Anna Katharine Green are often described respectively as the Father and the Mother of the modern mystery--we hope to add original materials from those of you who are writers. You can find our submission guidelines here. We are particularly interested in stories that continue to add to our series "The Shadow of Li-Po" and original mysteries featuring Anna Katharine Green's debutante detective Violet Strange. However, any exciting, well-written mystery tale can find a home here! All authors will receive at least some feedback from Steve Miller, a published writer and editor.

Mystery illoTable of Content

(Listed Alphabetically by Author)

Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Oakdale Affair

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Japanned Box The Jew's Breastplate The Beetle-hunter The New Catacomb

More tales by Doyle in the Archive

Anna Katharine Green (Edited by Steve Miller)
The Problem of the Golden Slipper
The Problem of the Second Bullet
The Problem of the Grotto Spectre
The Problem of the Doctor and His Wife
The Problem of Page Thirteen
Violet's Own Problem

Kate Novak, et. al. (Edited by Steve Miller)
The Shadow of Li-Po: Pt. 1, Pt. 2, Pt. 3, Pt. 4, Pt. 5

Edgar Allan Poe
The Auguste Dupin Mysteries The Oblong Box
The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether

More tales by Poe in the Archive

Robert Louis Stevenson
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

H.G. Wells
Mr. Brisher's Treasure Mr. Ledbetter's Vacation
More tales by Wells in the Archive

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