The Romance of Elaine by Arthur Benjamin Reeve

The Romance of Elaine

byArthur Benjamin Reeve

Kobo ebook | July 2, 2015

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This early work by Arthur Benjamin Reeve was originally published in 1916 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'The Romance of Elaine' is the sequel to 'Exploits of Elaine' still featuring Professor Craig Kennedy who is sometimes compared to as “The American Sherlock Holmes” due to his astounding ability at crime solving and his Watson-like sidekick Walter Jameson. Arthur Benjamin Reeve was born on 15th October 1880 in New York, USA. Reeve received his University education at Princeton and upon graduating enrolled at the New York Law School. However, his career was not destined to be in the field of Law. Between 1910 and 1918 he produced 82 short stories for Cosmopolitan. 'The Exploits of Elaine' was Reeves first screenplay, and by the end of the decade, his film career was at its peak with his name appearing on seven films, most of them serials and three of them starring Harry Houdini. Reeves died on 9th August 1936, a few years after moving to Trenton.

Title:The Romance of ElaineFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 2, 2015Publisher:Read Books Ltd.Language:English

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ISBN - 10:1473371511

ISBN - 13:9781473371514

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This early work by Arthur Benjamin Reeve was originally published in 1916 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'The Romance of Elaine' is the sequel to 'Exploits of Elaine' still featuring Professor Craig Kennedy who is sometimes compared to as "The American Sherlock Holmes" due to his astounding ability at crime solving and his Watson-like sidekick Walter Jameson. Arthur Benjamin Reeve was born on 15th October 1880 in New York, USA. Reeve received his University education at Princeton and upon graduating enrolled at the New York Law School. However, his career was not destined to be in the field of Law. Between 1910 and 1918 he produced 82 short stories for Cosmopolitan. 'The Exploits of Elaine' was Reeves first screenplay, and by the end of the decade, his film career was at its peak with his name appearing on seven films, most of them serials and three of them starring Harry Houdini. Reeves died on 9th August 1936, a few years after moving to Trenton.