The Lone Wolf

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THE
LONE
WOLF

 

LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE

 
 
 
The Lone Wolf - Frontispiece.jpg

The Lone Wolf recoils when faced by sergeants de ville in the studio of an artist friend. (Photoplay edition "The Lone Wolf")

 

THE
LONE WOLF



A Melodrama


By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE


 


A. L. BURT COMPANY, PUBLISHERS
114-120 East Twenty-third Street - - New York

Published by Arrangement with Little, Brown and Company

 
 

Copyright, 1918,
By Louis Joseph Vance.


All rights reserved, including those of translation into foreign languages, including the Scandinavian

 

 

CONTENTS

  1. CHAPTERPAGE
  2. I. Troyon's 1
  3. II. Return 18
  4. III. A Point of Interrogation 24
  5. IV. A Stratagem 40
  6. V. Anticlimax 47
  7. VI. The Pack Gives Tongue 53
  8. VII. L'Abbaye 59
  9. VIII. The High Hand 71
  10. IX. Disaster 86
  11. X. Turn About 98
  12. XI. Flight 108
  13. XII. Awakening 126
  14. XIII. Confessional 133
  15. XIV. Rive Droit 153
  16. XV. Sheer Impudence 166
  17. XVI. Restitution 179
  18. XVII. The Forlorn Hope 194
  19. XVIII. Enigma 206
  20. XIX. Unmasked 224
  21. XX. War 242
  22. XXI. Apostate 253
  23. XXII. Trapped 259
  1. XXIII. Madame Omber 265
  2. XXIV. Rendezvous 278
  3. XXV. Wings of the Morning 287
  4. XXVI. The Flying Death 300
  5. XXVII. Daybreak 310
 


This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924.


The author died in 1933, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work 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.