Author:Frederick Merrick White

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Frederick Merrick White
(1859–1935)
English author, best remembered for his six "Doom of London" science-fiction stories, in which various catastrophes beset London. Pen name: Fred M. White

Works[edit]

Series[edit]

  • The Master Criminal (1897-98)
    • The Head Of The Caesars
    • At Windsor
    • The Silverpool Cup
    • The "Morrison Raid" Indemnity
    • Cleopatra's Robe
    • The Rosy Cross
    • The Death Of The President
    • The Cradlestone Oil Mills
    • Redburn Castle
    • "Crysoline Limited"
    • The Loss Of The "Eastern Empress"
    • General Marcos
  • "The Last of the Borgias" (1898)
    • The Scrip Of Death
    • The Crimson Streak
    • The Holy Rose --Text--ZIP--HTML
    • The Saving of Serena
    • The Varteg Necklace
    • The Three Carnations
  • The Romance of the Secret Service Fund (1900)
    • By Woman's Wit
    • The Mazaroff Rifle
    • In the Express
    • The Almedi Concession
    • The Other Side of the Chess-Board
    • Three of Them
  • The Doom of London (1903)
  • Real Dramas (1909)
    • His Second Self
    • An Extra Turn
    • "Not in the Bill"
    • The Plagiarist
    • The Man in Possession
    • A Pair of Handcuffs
  • The Dragon Fly (1909)
    • The Three Red Hats
    • The Mirror Over the Fireplace
  • "Gipsy" Tales
    • A Matter of Kindness (1903)
    • A Liberal Education (1903)
    • A Stranger in Bohemia (1915)
    • Drops of Water (1915)
    • The Unpremeditated Curtain (1915)
    • Mere Details (1915)
    • Out of Season (1916)
  • The "Gentle Buccaneer" Stories (1919)
    • Beauty in Distress
    • The Grey Raider
    • The Shifting Sand

Other[edit]

  • A Golden Argosy (1886)
  • By Order of the League (1886)
  • The Old Secretaire, Fred Merrick White (1887)
  • The Silver Stream (1888)
  • Naboth's Vineyard (1889)
  • The Island of Shadows (1892)
  • A Daughter of Israel (1892)
  • In Trust (1892)
  • Tregarthen's Wife (1901)
  • Blackmail (1902)
  • The Weight of the Crown (1904) (external scan)
  • A Shadowed Love (1905)
  • My Lady Bountiful (1905)
  • The Crimson Blind (1905) (external scan)
  • The Cardinal Moth (1905)
  • The Corner House (1906)
  • The Ends Of Justice (1906)
  • The House of Schemers (1906)
  • The Lord of the Manor (1906)
  • The Slave of Silence (1906) (external scan)
  • The Yellow Face (1906)
  • The Nether Millstone (1907)
  • The Midnight Guest (1907)
  • A Fatal Dose (Behind the Mask) (1907)
  • The Five Knots (1907) (external scan)
  • The Edge of the Sword (1907)
  • The Lonely Bride (1908)
  • Craven Fortune (1908)
  • The Law of the Land (1908)
  • The Mystery of the Four Fingers (1908)
  • The Sundial (1908)
  • Netta (1909)
  • A Queen of the Stage (1908)
  • The Scales of Justice (1909)
  • A Crime on Canvas (1909) (external scan)
  • The Golden Rose (1909)
  • Paul Quentin (1909)
  • Paul the Sage (1910) (external scan)
  • A Front of Brass (1910)
  • Hard Pressed (1910)
  • The White Glove (1910)
  • A Mummer's Throne (1911)
  • The Secret of the Sands (1911)
  • The Man Called Gilray (1912)
  • The House of Mammon (1913)
  • A Royal Wrong (1913)
  • A Secret Service (1913)
  • The Sentence of the Court (1913)
  • Powers of Darkness (1913)
  • The Mystery of the Ravenspurs: A Romance and Detective Story of Thibet and England (aka The Black Valley?) (1914)
  • The Day, or The Passing of a Throne (1915)
  • Ambition's Slave (1916)
  • Seed of Empire (1916)
  • The Salt Of The Earth (1918)
  • The Lady in Blue (1918)
  • The Case for the Crown (1919)
  • The Wings of Victory (1919)
  • The Leopard's Spots (1920)
  • The Honour of His House (1921)
  • The Man who was Two (1921)
  • The Mystery of Room 75 (1922)
  • The Councillors of Falconhoe (1922)
  • The Mystery of Crocksands (1923)
  • The Turn of the Tide (1923)
  • The Green Bungalow (1923)

Individual short stories[edit]


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1935, 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 80 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.