ARTHUR TRAIN MYSTERIES: 50+ Legal Thrillers, True Crime Stories & Detective Tales (Illustrated) - Arthur Cheney Train

Title: ARTHUR TRAIN MYSTERIES: 50+ Legal Thrillers, True Crime Stories & Detective Tales (Illustrated)

Author: Arthur Cheney Train

Date: 2016-09-15

ARTHUR TRAIN MYSTERIES: 50+ Legal Thrillers, True Crime Stories & Detective Tales (Illustrated) - Arthur Cheney Train

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Mr. Tutt Series
Tutt and Mr. Tutt
The Human Element
Mock Hen and Mock Turtle
Samuel and Delilah
The Dog Andrew
Wile Versus Guile
Hepplewhite Tramp
Lallapaloosa Limited
By Advice of Counsel
The Shyster
The Kid and the Camel
Contempt of Court
By Advice of Counsel
That Sort of Woman
You're Another!
Beyond a Reasonable Doubt
Old Man Tutt
Jefferson Was Right
Her Father's House
Tit, Tat, Tutt
Black Salmon
Just at That Age
Mr. Tutt Takes the Count
Mr. Tutt Goes Fishing
Tootle
No Parking
Mr. Tutt's Queerest Case
Novels
The Confessions of Artemas Quibble
The Blind Goddess
Short Stories
McAllister and his Double
McAllister's Christmas
The Baron de Ville
The Escape of Wilkins
The Governor-General's Trunk
The Golden Touch
McAllister's Data of Ethics
McAllister's Marriage
The Jailbird
In the Course of Justice
The Maximilian Diamond
Extradition
Mortmain and Other Stories
Mortmain
The Rescue of Theophilus Newbegin
The Vagabond
The Man Hunt
Not at Home
A Study in Sociology
The Little Feller
Randolph, '64
True Stories of Crime
The Woman in the Case
Five Hundred Million Dollars
The Lost Stradivarius
The Last of the Wire-Tappers
The Franklin Syndicate
A Study in Finance
The "Duc De Nevers"
A Finder of Missing Heirs
A Murder Conspiracy
A Flight into Texas
A Case of Circumstantial Evidence
Other Stories
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Arthur Cheney Train (1875-1945) was an American lawyer and writer of legal thrillers, particularly known for his novels of courtroom intrigue and the creation of the fictional lawyer Mr. Ephraim Tutt, a wily old lawyer who supported the common man and always had a trick up his sleeve to right the law's injustices. Train wrote a number of novels and short stories inspired by his parallel career as a lawyer in priv