Author:Edward Phillips Oppenheim

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Edward Phillips Oppenheim
(1866–1946)
English novelist, mostly writing under the pen name of E. Phiilips Oppenheim: in his lifetime a major and successful writer of genre fiction including thrillers. Quite a few of his works have been adapted for the screen.
Edward Phillips Oppenheim


Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

Short story collections[edit]

Of these 37 collections of short stories, 26 of which have been issued in book form in the United States, most of the volumes are series with sustained interest in which one group of characters appear throughout the various stories.

  • The Long Arm of Mannister, [aka The Long Arm]. 1908
  • Peter Ruff and the Double-Four, [aka The Double Four]. 1912
  • For the Queen, 1912
  • Those Other Days, 1912
  • Mr. Laxworthy's Adventures, 1913
  • The Amazing Partnership, 1914
  • Mysteries of the Riviera, 1916
  • Aaron Rodd, Diviner, 1920
  • Ambrose Lavendale, Diplomat, 1920
  • Hon. Algernon Knox, Detective, 1920
  • The Seven Conundrums, 1923
  • Michael's Evil Deeds, 1923
  • The Inevitable Millionaires, 1923
  • The Terrible Hobby of Sir Joseph Londe, 1924
  • The Adventures of Mr. Joseph P. Gray, 1925
  • The Little Gentleman from Okehampstead, 1926
  • The Channay Syndicate, 1927
  • Mr. Billingham, the Marquis and Madelon, 1927
  • Madame and Her Twelve Virgins, 1927
  • Nicholas Goade, Detective, 1927
  • The Exploits of Pudgy Pete, 1928
  • Chronicles of Melhampton. 1928
  • The Human Chase, 1929
  • Jennerton & Co, 1929
  • What Happened to Forester, 1929
  • Slane's Long Shots, 1930
  • Sinners Beware, 1931
  • Crooks in the Sunshine, 1932
  • The Ex-Detective, 1933
  • General Besserley's Puzzle Box, 1935
  • Advice Limited, 1936
  • Ask Miss Mott, 1936
  • Curious Happenings to the Rooke Legatees, 1937
  • A Pulpit in the Grill Room, 1938
  • General Besserley's Second Puzzle Box, 1939
  • The Grassleyes Mystery, 1940

Film adaptations[edit]


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1946, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author 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.