The Prisoner in the Opal

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The Prisoner in the Opal
Author A. E. W. Mason
Language English
Series Inspector Hanaud
Genre Detective fiction
Publication date
1928
Media type Print
ISBN NA
Preceded by The House of the Arrow
Followed by They Wouldn't Be Chessmen

The Prisoner in the Opal is a 1928 British detective novel by A.E.W. Mason. It was the third story in the Inspector Hanaud series of novels.[1]

Inspector Hanaud of the Paris Sûreté investigates a crime with the assistance of his friend, Mr Ricardo.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bargainnier p.38

Bibliography[edit]

  • Bargainnier, Earl F. Twelve Englishmen of mystery. Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1984.