The Rajah's Diamond
|Author||Robert Louis Stevenson|
|Series||Later-day Arabian Nights|
|Genre||Detective fiction short story|
|Media type||Print (Periodical)|
|Preceded by||The Suicide Club|
The Rajah's Diamond is a cycle of four short stories by Robert Louis Stevenson. First published in 1878 in a serial periodical London Magazine, they were republished in the first volume of New Arabian Nights. The stories are:
- "Story of the Bandbox"
- "Story of the Young Man in Holy Orders"
- "Story of the House with the Green Blinds"
- "The Adventure of Prince Florizel and a Detective"
A Soviet adaptation titled The Suicide Club, or the Adventures of a Titled Person was released in 1981.
- Stevenson, Robert Louis (1878). The Rajah's Diamond (June–October ed.). UK: London Magazine.
- Stevenson, Robert Louis (September 1991). The Rajah's Diamond (Hardcover ed.). USA: Carroll & Graf. ISBN 0-88184-741-0.
- "IMDB.com". Retrieved July 20, 2007.
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