The Gray House of the Quarries. (Second Edition.)
By MARY H. NORRIS. With etched Frontispiece by
“Susanna is a
splendid study. No person who takes up the book
resist its fascination.”—Westminster Review.
Distaff. (Second Edition.)
By MARYA RODZIEWICZ, Author of “Anima Vilis,” etc. Translated from the Polish by Count S. C. de Soissons. With a finely engraved Portrait of the Author. 6/=
“A pleasant story, full of ability.”—Pall Mall Gazette.
“A striking novel.”—Spectator.
The Captive of Pekin. (Fourth Edition.)
A Realistic Story of Chinese Life and Manners. By Charles Hannan. With twenty-three graphic Illustrations from life, depicting the Chinese torture fiends, by A. J. B. Salmon. 6/=
“Told with great
vividness, a thrilling story dramatically told.
The reader’s interest does not flag from beginning to end.”—The
“A powerfully written and absorbing story.”—Morning Post.
A Daughter of Mystery. (Second Edition.)
By R. NORMAN SILVER 6/=
“It cannot comfortably be laid down until it is finished. The plots and counter-plots make the brain reel. The book should be read, and will repay the most exacting lovers of the exciting.”—Daily News.
Wayfarers All. (Second Edition.)
By LESLIE KEITH, Author of “’Lisbeth,” “My Bonnie Lady.” 6/=
entertaining and sympathetic romance. The Misses
Green are masterly characterisations, and so are Ruth’s fascinating
The Inn by the Shore. (Fifteenth Thousand.)
By FLORENCE WARDEN, Author of “The House on the Marsh,” etc. 3/6
“A rattling story,
told in a lively way, incident following on
incident in rapid succession.”—Daily Chronicle.
Judy a Jilt. (Third Edition.)
By MRS. CONNEY, Author of “A Lady House Breaker,” “Gold for Dross,” etc. 3/6
“Written in Mrs.
Conney’s happiest manner ‘Judy a Jilt’
telling story throughout.”—Daily Telegraph.
The Tone King. (Third Edition.)
A Romance of the Life of Mozart By Heribert Rau. Translated by J. E. S. Rae. With specially engraved Portrait of Mozart. 6/=
“A lively story.
The narrative of his achievements as a boy and
man, deftly built up to completeness by Mr. Heribert Rau, is
delightful reading throughout.”—Daily Telegraph.