The Ivory Snuff Box

The Ivory Snuff Box

Frederic Arnold Kummer (1873-1943), was an American author, playwright and screen writer, who also wrote as Arnold Fredericks. In 1894, he graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he had earned a degree in civil engineering. In 1901, he was awarded the Collingwood prize by the American Society of Civil Engineers. He was the chief engineer for the American Wood Preserving Company and later general manager of the Eastern Paving Block Company. In 1907, he turned to writing full time. His works include: Modern Wood Pavements (1901), The Green God (1911), The Ivory Snuff Box (1912), The Brute (1912), A Song of Sixpence (1913), A Lost Paradise (1914), The Blue Lights (1915), The Little Fortune (1915), The Second Coming: A Vision (1916), The Film of Fear (1917), The Painted Woman (1917), The Battle of the Nations, 1914-1918: A Young Folks' History of the Great War (1919), One Million Francs (1919), The Web (1919), Peggy-Elise (1919), The Pipes of Yesterday (1921), The First Days of Man (1922), Plaster Saints (1922) and The First Days of Knowledge (1923).

The Ivory Snuff Box

The Ivory Snuff Box

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The Ivory Snuff Box

The Ivory Snuff Box


The Ivory Snuff Box Illustrated

The Ivory Snuff Box Illustrated

The last thing that sounded in Richard Duvall's ears as he left the office of Monsieur Lefevre, Prefect of Police of Paris, were the latter's words, spoken in a voice of mingled confidence and alarm, "The fortunes of a nation may depend upon your faithfulness. Go, and God be with you." He entered the automobile which was drawn up alongside the curb, and accompanied by Vernet, one of the Prefect's assistants, was soon threading the torrent of traffic which pours through the Rue de

THE IVORY SNUFF BOX (Mystery Thriller)

THE IVORY SNUFF BOX (Mystery Thriller)

This carefully crafted ebook: "THE IVORY SNUFF BOX (Mystery Thriller)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. In this detective novel - a small box of ivory for holding snuff, with no real value, has been stolen from the French ambassador. Detective Duvall is ordered to travel back to London emergently, and recover the snuff box at all costs. Frederic Arnold Kummer (1873-1943) was an American author, playwright and screen writer. He wrote in various genres including spy and international mysteries, detective novels, romances and non-fiction. Under the pseudonym Arnold Fredericks he wrote a series of mysteries featuring the detective Richard Duvall.

The Curious Cases of Detective Richard Duvall (All 3 Books in One Volume)

The Blue Lights, The Film of Fear & The Ivory Snuff Box

The Curious Cases of Detective Richard Duvall (All 3 Books in One Volume)

"The Film of Fear" - A detective novel centers around the early years of the film industry, features the young and beautiful film star, Ruth Morton. After receiving messages and threats of death and violence, the great detective Richard Duvall is hired to investigate the case. "The Ivory Snuff Box" - a small box of ivory for holding snuff, with no real value, has been stolen from the French ambassador. Detective Duvall is ordered to travel back to London emergently, and recover the snuff box at all costs. "The Blue Lights" - an American millionaire's son has been kidnapped in Paris. They want desperately to include detective Duvall in the investigation. Frederic Arnold Kummer (1873-1943) was an American author, playwright and screen writer. He wrote in various genres including spy and international mysteries, detective novels, romances and non-fiction. Under the pseudonym Arnold Fredericks he wrote a series of mysteries featuring the detective Richard Duvall.

Silent Mystery and Detective Movies

A Comprehensive Filmography

Silent Mystery and Detective Movies

The silent film era was known in part for its cliffhanger serials and air of suspense that kept audiences returning to theaters week after week. Icons such as Douglas Fairbanks, Laurel and Hardy, Lon Chaney and Harry Houdini were among those who graced the dark and shadowy screen. This reference guide to silent films with mystery and detective content lists more than 1,500 titles in one of entertainment's most popular and enduring genres. While most of the films examined are from North America, mystery films from around the world are included.

Mysterious Cases of Detective Richard Duvall

The Blue Lights, The Film of Fear & The Ivory Snuff Box

Mysterious Cases of Detective Richard Duvall

This carefully crafted ebook: "Mysterious Cases of Detective Richard Duvall" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. "The Film of Fear" - A detective novel centers around the early years of the film industry, features the young and beautiful film star, Ruth Morton. After receiving messages and threats of death and violence, the great detective Richard Duvall is hired to investigate the case. "The Ivory Snuff Box" - a small box of ivory for holding snuff, with no real value, has been stolen from the French ambassador. Detective Duvall is ordered to travel back to London emergently, and recover the snuff box at all costs. "The Blue Lights" - an American millionaire's son has been kidnapped in Paris. They want desperately to include detective Duvall in the investigation. Frederic Arnold Kummer (1873-1943) was an American author, playwright and screen writer. He wrote in various genres including spy and international mysteries, detective novels, romances and non-fiction. Under the pseudonym Arnold Fredericks he wrote a series of mysteries featuring the detective Richard Duvall.