Author:Richard Marsh

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Richard Marsh
(1857–1915)
Pseudonym of the English author born Richard Bernard Heldmann. A best-selling and prolific author of the late 19th century and the Edwardian period, Marsh is best known now for his supernatural thriller novel The Beetle, which was published the same year as Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897), and was initially even more popular. — Excerpted from Richard Marsh on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Works[edit]


  • Daintree (1893)
  • The Mahatma's Pupil (1893)
  • The Devil's Diamond (1893)
  • Mrs Musgrave and Her Husband (1895)
  • Crime and the Criminal (1897)
  • The Duke and the Damsel (1897)
  • The Mystery of Philip Bennion's Death (1897)
  • The Datchet Diamonds (1898)
  • The House of Mystery (1898)
  • Curios: Some Strange Adventures of Two Bachelors (1898)
  • A Second Coming (1900)
  • Marvels and Mysteries (1900)
  • Ada Vernham: Actress (1901)
  • The Twickenham Peerage (1902)
  • The Magnetic Girl (1903)
  • Miss Arnott’s Marriage (1903)
  • The Confessions of a Young Lady: Her Doings and Misdoings (1905)
  • A Duel (1905)
  • The Coward Behind the Curtain (1908)
  • That Master Of Ours (1908)
  • Sam Briggs: His Book (1912)
  • Judith Lee: Some Pages from Her Life (1912)
  • The Adventures of Judith Lee (1916)
  • Sam Briggs, V.C (1916)
  • Violet Forster’s Lover (1916)
  • The Deacon's Daughter (1917)
  • On the Jury (1918)
  • The Master Of Deception (1918)

Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.