The Passenger from Calais eBook

Arthur Griffith
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 171 pages of information about The Passenger from Calais.

Abroad with the Jimmies
With a portrait, in duogravure, of the author.

Library 12mo, cloth, decorative cover $1.50

“Full of ozone, of snap, of ginger, of swing and momentum.”—­Chicago Evening Post.

At Home with the Jardines
A companion volume to “Abroad with the Jimmies.”

Library 12mo, cloth, decorative cover $1.50

“Bits of gay humor, sunny, whimsical philosophy, and keen indubitable insight into the less evident aspects and workings of pure human nature, with a slender thread of a cleverly extraneous love story, keep the interest of the reader fresh.”—­Chicago Record-Herald.

The Interference of Patricia
With a frontispiece from drawing by Frank T. Merrill.

Small 12mo, cloth, decorative cover $1.25

“There is life and action and brilliancy and dash and cleverness and a keen appreciation of business ways in this story.”—­Grand Rapids Herald.

“A story full of keen and flashing satire.”—­Chicago Record-Herald.

A Book of Girls
With a frontispiece.

Small 12mo, cloth, decorative cover $1.25

“The stories are all eventful and have effective humor.”—­New York Sun.

“Lilian Bell surely understands girls, for she depicts all the variations of girl nature so charmingly.”—­Chicago Journal.

The above two volumes boxed in special holiday dress, per set, $2.50

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WORKS OF ALICE MacGOWAN AND GRACE MacGOWAN COOKE

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A STORY OF THE SEA ISLANDS IN 1739.  With six illustrations by C.D.  Williams.

Library 12mo, cloth $1.50

“So rich in color is this story, so crowded with figures, it seems like a bit of old Italian wall painting, a piece of modern tapestry, rather than a modern fabric woven deftly from the threads of fact and fancy gathered up in this new and essentially practical country, and therein lies its distinctive value and excellence.”—­N.Y.  Sun.

“At once tender, thrilling, picturesque, philosophical, and dramatic.  One of the most delightful romances we have had in many a day.”—­Chicago Record-Herald.

The Grapple
With frontispiece in color by Arthur W. Brown.

Library 12mo, cloth decorative $1.50

“The movement of the tale is swift and dramatic.  The story is so original, so strong, and so finely told that it deserves a large and thoughtful public.  It is a book to read with both enjoyment and enlightenment.”—­N.Y.  Times Saturday Review of Books.

The Last Word
Illustrated with seven portraits of the heroine.

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