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The Man Who Knew Too Much
Gilbert K. Chesterton

These mystery stories were first published in Harper’s Monthly Magazine between April 1920 and June 1922:
April 1920: “The Face in the Target” ( vol. 140, April 1920, pp. 577–587)
August 1920: “II. The Vanishing Prince, A Story” (August 1920, pp. 320–330)
September 1920: “III. The Soul of the Schoolboy” (v. 141, Sept. 1920, pp. 512–521)
March 1921: “IV. The Bottomless Well” (v. 142, March 1921, pp. 504–514)
June 1921: “V. The Fad of the Fisherman” (June 1921, pp. 9–20)
October 1921: “VI. The Hole in the Wall” (v. 143, Oct. 1921, pp. 572–586)
May 1922: “VII. The Temple of Silence” (v. 144, May 1922, pp. 783–798)
June 1922: “The Vengeance of the Statue” (v. 145, June 1922, pp. 10–22)
added to the American edition: “The Trees of Pride”
This edition published by arrangement with Harper & Brothers

A.L. Burt Company, Publishers
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