Arthur Morrison, who was English novelist, short story writer and journalist, wrote pioneering realistic narratives about working-class life in London’s East End. He is also celebrated for his exciting mystery stories, featuring the detective Martin Hewitt, who served as a natural successor to Sherlock Holmes. This comprehensive book presents Morrison’s collection of short stories. The collection includes: „Chance of the Game”, „Spotto’s Reclamation”, „A „Dead ’Un”, „The Disorder of the Bath”, „His Talk of Bricks”, „Teacher and Taught”, „A Blot on St. Basil”, „The Torn Heart” and others. Each story features a fascinating look at life in the 20th century, and even includes some action along the way.