Richard Marsh

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Description : ‘Richard Marsh’ (Richard Bernard Heldmann, 1857–1915) was a bestselling, versatile and prolific author of gothic, crime, adventure, romantic and comic fiction. This book, the first on Marsh, establishes his credentials as a significant agent within the fin de siècle gothic revival. Marsh’s work spans a range of gothic modes, including the canonical fin de siècle subgenres of urban and imperial gothic and gothic-inflected sensation and supernatural fiction, but also rarer hybrid genres such as the comic gothic and the occult romance. His greatest success came in 1897 when he published his bestselling invasion narrative The Beetle: A Mystery, a novel that articulated many of the key themes of fin de siècle urban gothic and outsold its close rival, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, well into the twentieth century. The present work extends studies of Marsh’s literary production beyond The Beetle, contending that, in addition to his undoubted interest in non-normative gender and ethnic identities, Marsh was a writer with an acute sense of spatiality, whose fiction can be read productively through the lens of spatial theory.


Richard Marsh

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Description : ‘Richard Marsh’ (Richard Bernard Heldmann, 1857–1915) was a bestselling, versatile and prolific author of gothic, crime, adventure, romantic and comic fiction. This book, the first on Marsh, establishes his credentials as a significant agent within the fin de siècle gothic revival. Marsh’s work spans a range of gothic modes, including the canonical fin de siècle subgenres of urban and imperial gothic and gothic-inflected sensation and supernatural fiction, but also rarer hybrid genres such as the comic gothic and the occult romance. His greatest success came in 1897 when he published his bestselling invasion narrative The Beetle: A Mystery, a novel that articulated many of the key themes of fin de siècle urban gothic and outsold its close rival, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, well into the twentieth century. The present work extends studies of Marsh’s literary production beyond The Beetle, contending that, in addition to his undoubted interest in non-normative gender and ethnic identities, Marsh was a writer with an acute sense of spatiality, whose fiction can be read productively through the lens of spatial theory.


The Beetle

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : "A fun new way to encounter the spine-tinglers of yesteryear." —Booklist A horror classic for the modern reader, presented by the Horror Writers Association. Rediscover the classic and come face-to-face with a creature "born of neither god nor man" First published in 1897, Richard Marsh's classic work of gothic horror, The Beetle, opens with Robert Holt, an out-of-work clerk seeking shelter in an abandoned house. He comes face to face with a fantastical creature with supernatural and hypnotic powers; a creature who can transform at will between its human and beetle forms and who wrecks havoc when he preys on young middle-class Britons. Featuring an introduction by bestselling author Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, the Haunted Library Horror Classics edition of The Beetle is a tale of revenge that takes the reader on a dark journey, one that explores the crisis of late imperial England through a fantastical and horrific lens.


Essential Novelists Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Welcome to the Essential Novelists book series, were we present to you the best works of remarkable authors. For this book, the literary critic August Nemo has chosen the two most important and meaningful novels of Richard Marsh wich are The Crime and the Criminal and The Beetle. Richard Marsh was the pseudonym of the English author born Richard Bernard Heldmann. A best-selling and prolific author of the late 19th century and the Edwardian period, Marsh is best known now for his supernatural thriller novel The Beetle, which was published the same year as Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897), and was initially even more popular. Novels selected for this book: - The Crime and the Criminal. - The Beetle.This is one of many books in the series Essential Novelists. If you liked this book, look for the other titles in the series, we are sure you will like some of the authors.


The Greatest Works Of Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Musaicum Books presents to you this unique collection, designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Novels:The BeetleTom Ossington's GhostCrime and the CriminalThe Datchet DiamondsThe Chase of the RubyThe Twickenham PeerageMiss Arnott's MarriageThe Great TemptationThe Master of DeceptionA DuelThe Woman with One HandThe Coward behind the CurtainA Woman PerfectedViolet Forster's LoverA Hero of RomanceA Second ComingShort Stories:Marvels and MysteriesThe Long Arm of CoincidenceThe MaskAn ExperiencePourquoipasBy SuggestionA Silent WitnessTo Be Used Against HimThe Words of a Little ChildHow he Passed!Between the Dark and the DaylightMy Aunt's ExcursionThe Irregularity of the JurymanMitwaterstraandExchange is RobberyThe Haunted ChairNellyLa Haute FinanceMrs. Riddle's DaughterMiss Donne's Great GambleSkittlesEmA Relic of the BorgiasFrivolitiesThe Purse Which Was FoundFor One Night OnlyReturning a VerdictThe Chancellor's WardA Honeymoon TripThe Burglar's BlunderNinepenceA Battlefield up-to-DateMr. Harland's PupilsA Burglar AlarmA Lesson in ScullingOutsideAmusement OnlyThe Lost DuchessThe Strange Occurrences in Canterstone JailTwins!A Vision of the NightThe Way of a Maid with a ManAunt Jane's JalapWillyumHis First ExperimentAn Old-fashioned ChristmasBy DeputyMr. Whiting and Mary AnnA SubstituteThe Confessions of a Young LadyA Wonderful GirlCupid's MessengerThe OgreThe HandwritingThe People's Stock ExchangeBreaking the IceA Girl Who Couldn'tThe Princess MargarettaThe End of His HolidayThe Girl and the BoyA Mutual AffinityMagical MusicA Runaway WifeUnder One FlagA Pet of the BalletA Christmas MiracleOur Musical ComedyStaggersMy Wedding DayTwo of a TradeRewardedOn the RiverA Member of the Anti-Tobacco LeagueThat FoursomeAn Episcopal ScandalMr Bloxam and the British ConstitutionFor DebtThe Thirteen ClubUncollected StoriesCapturing a ConvictThe Disappearance of Mrs. Macrecham


Delphi Collected Works Of Richard Marsh Illustrated

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Marsh, best-selling author of the late 19th century and Edwardian period, is best known for his supernatural novel ‘The Beetle’, which initially outsold Bram Stoker's ‘Dracula’. Marsh produced nearly 80 volumes of novels and short stories, in genres including horror, crime, romance and humour; recently the rediscovered works of this ‘lost author’ have attracted increased attention. Presenting the largest collection of Marsh’s works ever compiled, this comprehensive eBook features numerous illustrations, rare novels and tales and concise introductions. (Version 1) * Beautifully illustrated with images relating to Marsh’s life and works * Concise introductions to the novels and other texts * 26 novels, with individual contents tables * Features rare novels appearing for the first time in digital publishing * Images of how the books were first published, giving your eReader a taste of the original texts * Excellent formatting of the texts * Rare horror and thriller novels and tales * Special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the short stories * Easily locate the short stories you want to read * Scholarly ordering of texts into chronological order and literary genres Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles CONTENTS: The Novels THAT MASTER OF OURS DAINTREE THE DEVIL’S DIAMOND THE MYSTERY OF PHILIP BENNION’S DEATH THE CRIME AND THE CRIMINAL THE DUKE AND THE DAMSEL THE BEETLE: A MYSTERY TOM OSSINGTON’S GHOST THE DATCHET DIAMONDS THE WOMAN WITH ONE HAND AND MR ELY’S ENGAGEMENT THE CHASE OF THE RUBY THE GODDESS: A DEMON A HERO OF ROMANCE A SECOND COMING ADA VERNHAM, ACTRESS THE JOSS: A REVERSION THE TWICKENHAM PEERAGE THE MAGNETIC GIRL MISS ARNOTT’S MARRIAGE A DUEL A SPOILER OF MEN THE CONFESSIONS OF A YOUNG LADY A WOMAN PERFECTED THE COWARD BEHIND THE CURTAIN VIOLET FORSTER’S LOVER THE MASTER OF DECEPTION The Shorter Fiction FRIVOLITIES THE SEEN AND THE UNSEEN AMUSEMENT ONLY BETWEEN THE DARK AND THE DAYLIGHT UNDER ONE FLAG JUDITH LEE: SOME PAGES FROM HER LIFE SAM BRIGGS: HIS BOOK THE ADVENTURES OF JUDITH LEE SAM BRIGGS V.C. The Short Stories LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER Please visit www.delphiclassics.com to browse through our range of exciting titles or to purchase this eBook as a Parts Edition of individual eBooks


Essential Novelists Richard Marsh

Author by : August Nemo
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Description : Welcome to the Essential Novelists book series, were we present to you the best works of remarkable authors. For this book, the literary critic August Nemo has chosen the two most important and meaningful novels of Richard Marsh wich are The Crime and the Criminal and The Beetle. Richard Marsh was the pseudonym of the English author born Richard Bernard Heldmann. A best-selling and prolific author of the late 19th century and the Edwardian period, Marsh is best known now for his supernatural thriller novel The Beetle, which was published the same year as Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897), and was initially even more popular. Novels selected for this book: - The Crime and the Criminal. - The Beetle.This is one of many books in the series Essential Novelists. If you liked this book, look for the other titles in the series, we are sure you will like some of the authors.


Richard Marsh Popular Fiction And Literary Culture 1890 1915

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Description : Richard Marsh was one of the most popular and prolific authors of the late-Victorian and Edwardian periods. His bestselling The Beetle: A Mystery (1897) outsold Bram Stoker’s Dracula. A prolific author within a range of genres including Gothic, crime, humour and romance, Marsh produced stories about shape-shifting monsters, morally dubious heroes, lip-reading female detectives and objects that come to life. However, while Marsh’s work appealed to a public greedy for sensationalist fiction, both the cultural elite of the day and twentieth-century literary critics looked askance at his popular middlebrow fiction. In the wake of the recent rediscovery of Marsh’s fiction, this essay collection builds on burgeoning scholarly interest in the author. Marsh emerges here as a fascinating writer who helped shape the genres of popular fiction and whose stories offer surprising responses to issues of criminality, gender and empire in this period of cultural transition.


The Beetle By Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : The Beetle by Richard Marsh


Memories Of Malling And Its Valley

Author by : Charles Henry Fielding
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Between The Dark And The Daylight

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Hailed by some fans as the Stephen King of the early twentieth century, Richard Marsh produced a prodigious body of work in the horror, mystery, and supernatural genres before turning to action-adventure later in life. The collection Between the Dark and the Daylight brings together some of Marsh's best work, ranging from mysteries to romances and more.


The Collected Supernatural And Weird Fiction Of Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : The second volume of a unique collection of bizarre tales from a master of the genre Richard Marsh was the pseudonym of British born author Richard Bernard Heldman (1857-1916). His most famous work of supernatural fiction, The Beetle, was published in 1897, the same year as Bram Stoker's tale of the vampire Count Dracula, and it is believed that initially Marsh's book, which also features a bizarre and sinister figure capable of 'shape shifting, ' was even more popular with readers than Stoker's. Today Marsh's book is still widely regarded as a classic of its genre. Although a prolific author who wrote in a number of genres including adventure fiction under his real name, Marsh is principally remembered as a writer of supernatural thrillers and his output in this field was prodigious. Most aficionados of the genre have heard of The Beetle, but this special Leonaur collection of the author's excursions into the other worldly and strange extends to six satisfyingly substantial volumes containing many tales that will be unfamiliar to modern readers. Volume two contains three novels, The Devil's Diamond, The Mahatma's Pupil and The Goddess a Demon, and four short stories of the strange and unusual. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket.


The Collected Supernatural And Weird Fiction Of Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : The first volume of a unique collection of bizarre tales from a master of the genre Richard Marsh was the pseudonym of British born author Richard Bernard Heldman (1857-1916). His most famous work of supernatural fiction, The Beetle, was published in 1897, the same year as Bram Stoker's tale of the vampire Count Dracula, and it is believed that initially Marsh's book, which also features a bizarre and sinister figure capable of 'shape shifting, ' was even more popular with readers than Stoker's. Today Marsh's book is still widely regarded as a classic of its genre. Although a prolific author who wrote in a number of genres including adventure fiction under his real name, Marsh is principally remembered as a writer of supernatural thrillers and his output in this field was prodigious. Most aficionados of the genre have heard of The Beetle, but this special Leonaur collection of the author's excursions into the other worldly and strange extends to six satisfyingly substantial volumes containing many tales that will be unfamiliar to modern readers. Volume one includes two novels, The Beetle: a Mystery and The Joss: a Reversion, and one short story, 'The Haunted Chair, ' of the strange and unusual. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket.


The Collected Supernatural And Weird Fiction Of Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : The fifth volume of a unique collection of bizarre tales from a master of the genre Richard Marsh was the pseudonym of British born author Richard Bernard Heldman (1857-1916). His most famous work of supernatural fiction, The Beetle, was published in 1897, the same year as Bram Stoker's tale of the vampire Count Dracula, and it is believed that initially Marsh's book, which also features a bizarre and sinister figure capable of 'shape shifting, ' was even more popular with readers than Stoker's. Today Marsh's book is still widely regarded as a classic of its genre. Although a prolific author who wrote in a number of genres including adventure fiction under his real name, Marsh is principally remembered as a writer of supernatural thrillers and his output in this field was prodigious. Most aficionados of the genre have heard of The Beetle, but this special Leonaur collection of the author's excursions into the other worldly and strange extends to six satisfyingly substantial volumes containing many tales that will be unfamiliar to modern readers. This penultimate volume includes two novels, 'The Death Whistle' and 'The Chase of the Ruby, ' and four short stories stories of the strange and unusual. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket.


Gaslit Nightmares

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Description : Sixteen long-neglected classics by renowned writers include "The Drunkard's Path," "An Unexpected Journey," "The Haunted Mill," "The Page-Boy's Ghost," "In the Court of the Dragon," and 11 others.


The Collected Supernatural And Weird Fiction Of Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : The final volume of a unique collection of bizarre tales from a master of the genre Richard Marsh was the pseudonym of British born author Richard Bernard Heldman (1857-1916). His most famous work of supernatural fiction, The Beetle, was published in 1897, the same year as Bram Stoker's tale of the vampire Count Dracula, and it is believed that initially Marsh's book, which also features a bizarre and sinister figure capable of 'shape shifting, ' was even more popular with readers than Stoker's. Today Marsh's book is still widely regarded as a classic of its genre. Although a prolific author who wrote in a number of genres including adventure fiction under his real name, Marsh is principally remembered as a writer of supernatural thrillers and his output in this field was prodigious. Most aficionados of the genre have heard of The Beetle, but this special Leonaur collection of the author's excursions into the other worldly and strange extends to six satisfyingly substantial volumes containing many tales that will be unfamiliar to modern readers. In this final volume readers will find one novel, 'The Magnetic Girl, ' and eighteen short stories of the strange and unusual. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket.


The Collected Supernatural And Weird Fiction Of Richard Marsh

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : The third volume of a unique collection of bizarre tales from a master of the genre Richard Marsh was the pseudonym of British born author Richard Bernard Heldman (1857-1916). His most famous work of supernatural fiction, The Beetle, was published in 1897, the same year as Bram Stoker's tale of the vampire Count Dracula, and it is believed that initially Marsh's book, which also features a bizarre and sinister figure capable of 'shape shifting, ' was even more popular with readers than Stoker's. Today Marsh's book is still widely regarded as a classic of its genre. Although a prolific author who wrote in a number of genres including adventure fiction under his real name, Marsh is principally remembered as a writer of supernatural thrillers and his output in this field was prodigious. Most aficionados of the genre have heard of The Beetle, but this special Leonaur collection of the author's excursions into the other worldly and strange extends to six satisfyingly substantial volumes containing many tales that will be unfamiliar to modern readers. In volume three readers will find two novels, A Second Coming and A Duel, one novelette, 'The Strange Occurrences in Canterstone Jail, ' and three short stories of the strange and unusual. Leonaur editions are newly typeset and are not facsimiles; each title is available in softcover and hardback with dustjacket.


Richard Marsh The Chase Of The Ruby

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh The Datchet Diamonds

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Dirty Great Love Story

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Two hopeful, hapless romantics get drunk, get it on, and then get the hell away from each other. In her eyes, he's a mistake. A mistake who keeps turning up at parties. In his eyes, she's perfect. He's short-sighted. This achingly funny, romantic catastrophe fuses poetry and prose to ask if a one-night stand last a lifetime. A very human tale of good intentions and bad timing. Winner of 2012 Fringe First (for innovation and outstanding new writing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe), Dirty Great Love Story is a tale of the chance of love in a one-night stand. This second edition was published to coincide with the 2017 revival of the play and contains some changes to the original script.


Richard Marsh Marvels Mysteries

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh Tom Ossington S Ghost

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh The Crime The Criminal

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh A Woman Perfected

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh Amusement Only

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh Violet Forster S Lover

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh A Second Coming

Author by : Richard Marsh
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Richard Marsh The Beetle

Author by : Richard Marsh
Languange : en
Publisher by : Horse's Mouth
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Description : Richard Bernard Heldmann was born on 12th October 1857, in St Johns Wood, North London. By his early 20's Heldmann began publishing fiction for the myriad magazine publications that had sprung up and were eager for good well-written content. In October 1882, Heldmann was promoted to co-editor of Union Jack, a popular magazine, but his association with the publication ended suddenly in June 1883. It appears Heldman was prone to issuing forged cheques to finance his lifestyle. In April 1884 He was sentenced to 18 months hard labour. In order to be well away from the scandal and damage this had caused to his reputation Heldmann adopted a pseudonym on his release from jail. Shortly thereafter the name 'Richard Marsh' began to appear in the literary periodicals. The use of his mother's maiden name as part of it seems both a release and a lifeline. A stroke of very good fortune arrived with his novel The Beetle published in 1897. This would turn out to be his greatest commercial success and added some much-needed gravitas to his literary reputation. Marsh was a prolific writer and wrote almost 80 volumes of fiction as well as many short stories, across many genres from horror and crime to romance and humour.


Shire Horse Stud Book

Author by : Shire Horse Society
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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