In Which We Begin Not to Understand
In Which Joseph Rouletabille Appears for the First Time
"A Man Has Passed Like a Shadow Through the Blinds"
"In the Bosom of Wild Nature"
In Which Joseph Rouletabille Makes a Remark...
In the Heart of the Oak Grove
In Which Rouletabille Sets Out on an Expedition Under the Bed
The Examining Magistrate Questions Mademoiselle Stangerson
Reporter and Detective
"We Shall Have to Eat Red Meat—Now"
In Which Frederic Larsan Explains...
Frederic Larsan's Cane
"The Presbytery Has Lost Nothing of Its Charm, Nor the Garden Its Brightness"
"I Expect the Assassin This Evening"
Strange Phenomenon of the Dissociation of Matter
The Inexplicable Gallery
Rouletabille Has Drawn a Circle Between the Two Bumps on His Forehead
Rouletabille Invites Me to Breakfast at the Donjon Inn
An Act of Mademoiselle Stangerson
On the Watch
The Incredible Body
The Double Scent
Rouletabille Knows the Two Halves of the Murderer
Rouletabille Goes on a Journey
In Which Joseph Rouletabille Is Awaited with Impatience
In Which Joseph Rouletabille Appears in All His Glory
In Which It Is Proved That One Does Not Always Think of Everything
The Mystery of Mademoiselle Stangerson