The Land of the Black Mountain eBook

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SONS OF THE MORNING. Second Edition.
’A book of strange power and fascination.’—­Morning Post.

THE STRIKING HOURS. Second Edition. ’Tragedy and comedy, pathos and humour, are blended to a nicety in this volume.’—­World. ’The whole book is redolent of a fresher and ampler air than breathes in the circumscribed life of great towns.’—­Spectator.

THE RIVER. Third Edition. ’"The River” places Mr. Phillpotts in the front rank of living novelists.’—­Punch. ’Since “Lorna Doone” we have had nothing so picturesque as this new romance.’—­Birmingham Gazette. ’Mr. Phillpotts’s new book is a masterpiece which brings him indisputably into the front rank of English novelists.’—­Pall Mall Gazette. ’This great romance of the River Dart.  The finest book Mr. Eden Phillpotts has written.’—­Morning Post.

THE AMERICAN PRISONER. Third Edition.

THE SECRET WOMAN. Fourth Edition.

S. Baring-Gould’s Novels

Crown 8vo. 6s. each.

ARMINELL. Fifth Edition.

URITH. Fifth Edition.

IN THE ROAR OF THE SEA. Seventh Edition.

CHEAP JACK ZITA. Fourth Edition.

MARGERY OF QUETHER. Third Edition.

THE QUEEN OF LOVE. Fifth Edition.

JACQUETTA. Third Edition.

KITTY ALONE. Fifth Edition.

NOEMI.  Illustrated. Fourth Edition.

THE BROOM-SQUIRE.  Illustrated. Fourth Edition.

DARTMOOR IDYLLS.

THE PENNYCOMEQUICKS. Third Edition.

GUAVAS THE TINNER.  Illustrated. Second Edition.

BLADYS.  Illustrated. Second Edition.

DOMITIA.  Illustrated. Second Edition.

PABO THE PRIEST.

WINIFRED. Illustrated. Second Edition.

THE FROBISHERS.

ROYAL GEORGIE.  Illustrated.

MISS QUILLET.  Illustrated.

LITTLE TU’PENNY. A New Edition. 6d.

CHRIS OF ALL SORTS.

IN DEWISLAND. Second Edition.

Robert Barr’s Novels

Crown 8vo. 6s. each.

IN THE MIDST OF ALARMS. Third Edition.
’A book which has abundantly satisfied us by its capital
humour.’—­Daily Chronicle.

THE MUTABLE MANY. Second Edition.
’There is much insight in it, and much excellent humour.’—­Daily
Chronicle.

THE VICTORS.

THE COUNTESS TEKLA. Third Edition.
’Of these mediaeval romances, which are now gaining ground, “The Countess
Tekla” is the very best we have seen.’—­Pall Mall Gazette.

THE LADY ELECTRA. Second Edition.

THE TEMPESTUOUS PETTICOAT. Second Edition.

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