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Vance, Louis Joseph

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Louis Joseph Vance (1879-1933) was an American fiction writer and creator of Michael Lanyard, "The Lone Wolf". Born in New York, he studied to be an artist and illustrator. He married Nance Elizabeth Hodges in 1898. He produced pulp fiction for many years until achieving success with The Brass Bowl (1907) about a young girl in trouble and a dashing burglar, and The Black Bag (1908) which involves an heiress and a diamond smuggler. His greatest success was with the long Lone Wolf series, about a gentleman jewel thief.

 

Some of Vance's works are available through Project Gutenberg.

 

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Terence O'Rourke, Gentleman Adventurer (1905)

The Brass Bowl (1907)

The Black Bag (1908)

The Bronze Bell (1909)

The Pool of Flame (1909)

Cynthia-of-the-Minute (1907)

The Bandbox (1912)

The Destroying Angel (1912)

The Lone Wolf (1914)

Nobody (1915)

Sheep's Clothing (1916)

The False Faces (1918)

The Dark Mirror (1920)

Alias The Lone Wolf (1921)

Red Masquerade (1921)

Baroque (1923)

The Lone Wolf Returns (1923)

The Dark Power (1925)

The Dead Ride Hard (1926)

Lip Service (1928)

The Woman in the Shadow (1930)

The Lone Wolf's Son (1931)

The Trembling Flame (1931)

Detective (1932)

Encore the Lone Wolf (1933)

The Lone Wolf's Last Prowl (1934)

The Street of Strange Faces (1934)

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