I. D'ARTAGNAN, PORTHOS ... AND MONTE CRISTO
II. A MAN DEAD
III. A MAN DOOMED
IV. THE CLOUDED TURQUOISE
V. THE IRON CURTAIN
VI. THE MAN WITH THE EBONY WALKING-STICK
VII. SHAKESPEARE'S WORKS, VOLUME VIII
VIII. THE DEVIL'S POST-OFFICE
IX. LUPIN'S ANGER
X. GASTON SAUVERAND EXPLAINS
XIII. THE EXPLOSION
XIV. THE "HATER"
XV. THE HEIR TO THE HUNDRED MILLIONS
XVI. WEBER TAKES HIS REVENGE
XVII. OPEN SESAME!
XVIII. ARSÈNE I EMPEROR OF MAURETANIA
XIX. "THE SNARE IS LAID. BEWARE, LUPIN!"
XX. FLORENCE'S SECRET
XXI. LUPIN'S LUPINS
The Teeth of the Tiger
D'ARTAGNAN, PORTHOS ... AND MONTE CRISTO
It was half-past four; M. Desmalions, the Prefect of Police, was not yet
back at the office. His private secretary laid on the desk a bundle of
letters and reports which he had annotated for his chief, rang the bell
and said to the messenger who entered by the main door:
"Monsieur le Préfet has sent for a number of people to see him at five
o'clock. Here are their names. Show them into separate waiting-rooms, so
that they can't communicate with one another, and let me have their cards
when they come."