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JACK DUDLEY'S WIFE,
By E. M. DAVY, Author of "A Prince of Como," &c. “Mrs. E. M. Davy's powerful and pathetic story, 'Jack Dudley's Wife,' has been published by Mr. Walter Scott, London, in a shilling volume. The tale is written with excellent skill, and succeeds in holding the interest well up from first to last."-Scotsman.
POLICE SERGEANT C. 21 :
THE STORY OF A CRIME.
BY REGINALD BARNETT.
“The latest and most notable addition to the ranks of detective story-tellers is Mr. Reginald Barnett, whose Police Sergeant C 21' (Walter Scott), although constructed on the familiar Gaboriau system, is nevertheless a work of far higher merit than any of its English predecessors. Mr. Barnett has imagination and considerable graphic power. He has conceived a plot of singular complication, which he works out with much skill."— Table.
Oak-Bough and Wattle-Blossom
STORIES AND SKETCHES BY AUSTRALIANS
Edited by A. PATCHETT MARTIN
Vane’s Invention: An Electrical Romance
By WALTER MILBANK.
London : WALTER SCOTT, 24 Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row.
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A NEW SERIES OF CRITICAL BIOGRAPHIES.
EDITED BY PROFESSOR E. S. ROBERTSON.
J. P. ANDERSON, Esq., of the British Museum.
ARTHUR SYMons, etc.
LIBRARY EDITION OF "GREAT WRITERS." An Issue of all the Volumes in this Series will be published, printed on large paper of extra quality, in handsome binding, Demy 8vo, price 2s. 6d. per volume.
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