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By Max Pemberton
  • ISBN Code: : N.a
  • Publisher : e-artnow
  • Pages : 3083
  • Category : Fiction
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Musaicum Books presents to you this meticulously edited Max Pemberton collection, formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Novels: The Iron Pirate: A Plain Tale of Strange Happenings on the Sea Captain Black: A Romance of the Nameless Ship The Sea Wolves The Little Huguenot: A Romance of Fountainebleau A Gentleman's Gentleman The Garden of Swords The House Under the Sea: A Romance The Lady Evelyn: A Story of Today Aladdin of London or, Lodestar The Diamond Ship White Motley Swords Reluctant: War and The Woman The Great White Army Short Stories: Jewel Mysteries I Have Known; From a Dealer's Note Book: The Opal of Carmalovitch The Necklace of Green Diamonds The Comedy of the Jewelled Links Treasure of White Creek The Accursed Gems The Watch and the Scimitar The Seven Emeralds The Pursuit of the Topaz The Ripening Rubies My Lady of the Sapphires The Signors of the Night; The Story of Fra Giovanni: The Risen Dead A Sermon for Clowns A Miracle of Bells The Wolf of Cismon The Daughter of Venice Golden Ashes White Wings to the Raven The Haunted Gondola The Man Who Drove the Car: The Room in Black The Silver Wedding In Account with Dolly St. John The Lady Who Looked On The Basket in the Boundary Road The Countess Tales of the Thames: Marygold A Ragged Intruder Barbara of the Bell House The Carousal: A Story of Thanet Jack Smith—Boy The Donnington Affair The Devil To Pay Other Works: Varsity Tales: Undergraduates I have known (Memoirs)

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