The Black Mask

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The Black Mask
Author E.W. Hornung
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series A. J. Raffles
Genre Crime fiction
Publisher Richards, London
Publication date
Preceded by The Amateur Cracksman
Followed by A Thief in the Night

The Black Mask (published in some countries as Raffles: Further Adventures of the Amateur Cracksman) is the second collection of stories written by Ernest William Hornung in the A. J. Raffles series concerning a gentleman thief in late Victorian London. It was first published in 1901.

The Short Stories contained in the collection are:

Several of the stories were adapted for the 1977 Raffles television series.

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