A tale of the Great Siberian Steppe. By MARYA RODZIEWICZ. Translated from the Polish by Count S. C. de Soissons. With a fine Photogravure Portrait of the Author. 6/=
“A striking novel.”—The Times.
“Has both power and charm.”—Literature.
The Lion of Janina. (Fourth Edition.)
By MAURUS JOKAI. Translated by R. Nisbet Bain. With a special Photogravure Portrait of Dr. Jokai.
story—a brilliant and lurid series of pictures
drawn by a great master’s hand.”—Daily Chronicle.
By MAURUS JOKAI. Translated by R. Nisbet Bain. With a fine Photogravure Portrait of Dr. Jokai.
“In wealth of incident, in variety and interest of characterisation, in the richness and humour of its surprises, ‘Eyes Like the Sea’ ranks with the finest work of the great Hungarian romancer. All is told with delightful and touching candour.”—The Spectator.
By MAURUS JOKAI. Translated by R. Nisbet Bain.
Photogravure Portrait of Dr. Jokai.
This beautiful and picturesque tale of Oriental life reads like a chapter out of the “Arabian Nights.” The heroine is a beautiful young Greek girl who escapes the gilded dishonour of the harem by feigning death and enduring torments. The scene of the story is Stambul, in the eighteenth century, and every phase of life in the great metropolis is described with singular fidelity.
By CURTIS YORKE, Author of “Hush,” “That Little Girl,” “A Romance of Modern London,” etc. With a charming Photogravure Portrait of the Author. 6/=
“A very graphic
and realistic glimpse of Spanish life. Full of
freshness and prettily told.”—Aberdeen Free Press.
By CURTIS YORKE, Author of “Once,” “Dudley,” “The Wild Ruthvens,” etc. With a fine Photogravure Portrait of the Author. 6/=
“Clever and fascinating,
as is everything by this writer.”—Dundee
By CURTIS YORKE, Author of “The Medlicotts,” “His Heart to Win,” “Because of the Child,” etc. 6/=
“It would indeed
be hard to find a brighter, cheerier book ... and
few readers of ‘Valentine’ will be able to resist her charming