Complete Romance Pulp Adventure Anthologies of Ethel M. Dell

Complete Romance Pulp Adventure Anthologies of Ethel M. Dell

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 An English writer of popular romance novels.
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Contents
The Tidal Wave and Other Stories (1919)
The Top of the World (1920)
The Safety Curtain and Other Stories (1917)
The Obstacle Race (1921)
The Rocks of Valpré (1913)
The Keeper of the Door (1915)
The Odds And Other Stories (1922)
Rosa Mundi and Other Stories (1921)
The Swindler and Other Stories (1920)
The Knave of Diamonds (1912)
The Hundredth Chance (1917)
The Way of an Eagle (1911)
The Bars of Iron (1916)
Greatheart (1918)
The Lamp in the Desert (1919)
Charles Rex (1922)

The Tidal Wave and Other Stories (1919)
Tales of love and of women who learned to know the true from the false.

The Safety Curtain and Other Stories (1917)
A very vivid love story of India. The volume also contains four otherlong stories of equal interest.

The Obstacle Race (1921)
A small seaside village hides a romance for Juliet Moore -- a romance with Dick Green the village schoolmaster, a very different sort of man than the socialite swells she's known in London...

The Rocks of Valpré (1913)
Another story of the woman, really a child, who thinks she has married the wrong man but finds that he is the right one after all.

Rosa Mundi and Other Stories (1921)
In this new volume, some of the finest stories Miss Dell has ever written have been collected. They are not only arresting, but tell of thrilling and passionate episodes in the hill districts of India, in the burning heart of Africa, and in the Colonial bush country. Her vivid style, carefully developed plots, and her sympathetic treatment of emotional scenes--all are evident.

The Swindler and Other Stories (1920)
The story of a "bad man's" soul revealed by woman's faith.

The Knave of Diamonds (1912)
This novel deals with the moral development of a man whose volcanic temperament is the outcome of a mixed parentage. After a fiery ordeal his uncontrolled passion is converted into a self-sacrificing devotion. The author has been beautifully characterized as "a born story teller."

The Way of an Eagle (1911)
A very feminine woman, an alpha male, an Indian setting, and passion galore -- combined with a liberal mix of surprisingly shocking violence and religious sentiment. Hugely popular when it was published, and characteristic of Dell's work.

The Bars of Iron (1916)
A dramatic love story. The hero, forced into a fight, kills his opponent. Years later, without knowing her identity, he falls in love with the man's widow, and the story is of the adjustment of their lives after discovery of the circumstances.

Greatheart (1918)
There were two of them--as unlike as two men could be. Sir Eustace, big,domineering, haughty, used to sweeping all before him with the power ofhis personality.The other was Stumpy, small, insignificant, quiet, with a little limp.They clashed over the greatest question that may come to men--the loveof a girl.She took Sir Eustace just because she could not help herself--and wasswept ahead on the tide of his passion.And then, when she needed help most--on the day before thewedding--Stumpy saved her--and the quiet flame of his eyes was more thanthe brute power of his brother.How did it all come out? Did she choose wisely? Is Greatheart more to bedesired than great riches? The answer is the most vivid and charmingstory that Ethel M. Dell has written in a long time.

The Lamp in the Desert (1919)
The scene of this splendid story is laid in India and tells of the lampof love that continues to shine through all sorts of tribulations tofinal happiness.

Charles Rex (1922)
The struggle against a hidden secret, and the love of a strong man and a courageous woman make this story one that is regarded as Miss Dell's bes

Title:Complete Romance Pulp Adventure Anthologies of Ethel M. DellFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 22, 2014Publisher:AGEB PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990044255850

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