|3 Star Omnibus|
|Biography for Beginners||1905||Collection||Excerpts:
|Clerihews from Biography for Beginners||1905||Poem||http://theotherpages.org/poems/bentley1.html#1|
|Fishers Alibi||Short Story|
|Greedy Night||1936||Short Story|
|More than Somewhat|
|Peace Year in the City, 1918-1919||1920||Book||http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007678293|
|The Best of Damon Runyon||Book|
|The Chill/Elephants Work||1950||Book|
|The Clever Cockatoo||1914||Short Story|
|The Feeble Folk||1953||Short Story|
|The First Clerihews||Collection|
|The Genuine Tabard/Trent and the Mystery of the Genuine Tabard||1938||Short Story|
|The Inoffensive Captain||1914||Short Story|
|The Ministering Angel/Trent and the Mystery of the Ministering Angel||1938||Short Story|
|The Ordinary Hairpins||1916||Short Story|
|The Sad Truth about Potts||Short Story|
|The Second Century of Detective Stories||Collection|
|The Sweet Shot||1937||Short Story|
|The Unknown Peer||Short Story|
|Trent Intervenes (short stories)||1938||Collection|
|Trents Case Book|
|Trents Last Case/The Woman in Black (novel)||1913||Book||http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Trent%27s_Last_Case
|Trents Own Case (novel)||1936||Book|
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