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  1. Inspector Gabriel Hanaud is a fictional French detective depicted in a series of six novels and one short story by the British writer A. E. W. Mason.He has been described as the "first major fiction police detective of the Twentieth Century".

  2. The House of the Arrow / The Affair at the Semiramis Hotel. by A.E.W. Mason. 0.00 · published 1924 · 1 edition

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  4. The House of the Arrow (1924) by A.E.W. Mason is the second novel featuring Inspector Hanaud. Haunad picks up clues like Holmes, has the ego of Poirot at his most self-assured moments, and yet can play the buffoon like Sir Henry Merrivale at his most comic.

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    • At the Villa Rose (1910) In this thriller by A.E.W. Mason, Inspector Hanaud goes to the Villa Rose, where a wealthy widow has been cruelly murdered for her jewels.
    • The House of the Arrow (1924) The House of the Arrow is a detective novel that has inspired movies in French in English, featuring the fictional French detective Inspector Hanaud.
    • The Prisoner in the Opal (1928) The scene is the south of France. An English lady has been murdered and a beautiful American girl has disappeared. Discovered is a body with a severed h...
    • They Wouldn't Be Chessmen (1934) Inspector Hanaud, Mason’s cunning French detective, investigates a plot to steal a priceless pearl necklace belonging to the Rajah of Chitipur.
  5. Oct 02, 2016 · The varied and prolific literary output of London-born A.E.W. Mason (1865-1948) included five detective novels featuring Inspector Hanaud. The House of the Arrow was the second Hanaud novel, appearing in 1924 (14 years after the character made his debut in At the Villa Rose).

  6. The House of the Arrow is a detective novel that has inspired movies in French in English, featuring the fictional French detective Inspector Hanaud. When Jeanne-Marie Harlowe is poisoned and her adopted daughter is accused of murder, Inspector Hanaud is called in to investigate.

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