The Three Brontës eBook

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No. 3.

THE COURTSHIP OF ANIMALS

by W.P.  Pycraft

The aim of this book is to bring together a most astounding collection of facts in regard to the Courtship of Animals of all kinds, from Apes to Ants.

No. 4.

THE GHOST BOOK by Cynthia Asquith

Weird, uncanny stories of the supernatural by May Sinclair; Algernon
Blackwood; Mrs. Belloc Lowndes; L.P.  Hartley; Denis Mackail; Clemence
Dane; C. Ray; Hugh Walpole; Desmond MacCarthy; Walter de la Mare; Arthur
Machen; D.H.  Lawrence; Oliver Onions; Mary Webb; Charles Whibley; Enid
Bagnold.

No. 5.

PASSION MURDER & MYSTERY

by Bruce Graeme

Sunday Times.—­“Mr. Graeme has the true knack of the story-teller, and lovers of the gruesome will find all they want in this collection of tales, as they are tragic.”

No. 6.

TAHITI—­ISLE OF DREAMS

by Robert Keable

Illustrated London News.—­“This is a book of charm and personal philosophy which will not be forgotten by those who read it.”

No. 7.

THE THREE BRONTES by May Sinclair

Mr. Clement K. Shorter in the Sphere.—­“Assuredly she has produced a book in which there is not a dull line, upon what is acknowledged to be one of the most fascinating subjects in the whole range of literature.”

No. 8.

LESS THAN THE DUST:  The Autobiography of a Tramp by Joseph Stamper

Compton McKenzie in the Daily Mail.—­“... there are pages with the quality of Maxim Gorki ... absorbed me sufficiently to make me read every page, starting at three o’clock in the morning after having read several other books—­and I cannot say more for a book than that.”

No. 9.

THE JUTLAND SCANDAL

by Admiral Sir Reginald Bacon

Daily News.—­“... a concise exposition of the tactics at Jutland and a stinging rebuke to those who accuse of having missed a glorious opportunity through over-caution and lack of fighting spirit.”

No. 10.

HENRY VIII & HIS WIVES

by Walter Jerrold

In this volume Mr. Jerrold has set out to relate the personal history, so far as it is ascertainable, of the much-married Henry and the six women whom he successfully wedded.

Observer.—­“... a rich mine of controversy....”

No. 11

BEYOND KHYBER PASS

by Lowell Thomas

Spectator.—­“Unchanged in the last thousand years, the people of Central Asia stroll through Mr. Thomas’s pages, shrouded girls, swashbuckling youths, peasants, princes ... it is an amazing pageant that he presents to us.”

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