The Three Sisters by May Sinclair

Distributed Proofreaders THE THREE SISTERS BY MAY SINCLAIR 1914 THE THREE SISTERS I North of east, in the bottom, where the road drops from the High Moor, is the village of Garth in Garthdale. It crouches there with a crook of the dale behind and before it, between half-shut doors of the west and south.

The Three Brontes by May Sinclair

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Linda Cantoni and PG Distributed Proofreaders _By the same Author:_ THE CREATORS THE DIVINE FIRE TWO SIDES OF A QUESTION THE HELPMATE KITTY TAILLEUR MR. AND MRS. NEVILL TYSON ANN SEVERN AND THE FIELDINGS ARNOLD WATERLOW: A LIFE UNCANNY STORIES THE RECTOR OF WYCK THE ALLINGHAMS A CURE OF SOULS FAR

The Romantic by May Sinclair

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Beginners Projects, Mary Meehan and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team THE ROMANTIC BY MAY SINCLAIR 1920 _Every kind and beautiful thing on earth has been made so by some cruelty_. Saying of the Romantic CONTENTS BOOK ONE Charlotte Redhead BOOK TWO John Roden Conway THE ROMANTIC BOOK ONE CHARLOTTE REDHEAD I

Mr. Waddington of Wyck by May Sinclair

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Dmitriy Genzel and PG Distributed Proofreaders MR. WADDINGTON OF WYCK BY MAY SINCLAIR 1921 MR. WADDINGTON OF WYCK I 1 Barbara wished she would come back. For the last hour Fanny Waddington had kept on passing in and out of the room through the open door into the garden, bringing in

Mary Olivier: A Life by May Sinclair

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Beth Trapaga and PG Distributed Proofreaders MARY OLIVIER: A LIFE BY MAY SINCLAIR 1919 CONTENTS BOOK ONE INFANCY (1865-1869) BOOK TWO CHILDHOOD (1869-1875) BOOK THREE ADOLESCENCE (1876-1879) BOOK FOUR MATURITY (1879-1900) BOOK FIVE MIDDLE AGE (1900-1910) BOOK ONE INFANCY (1865-1869) I I. The curtain of the big bed hung down beside

Life and Death of Harriett Frean by May Sinclair

Produced by Suzanne Shell, Richard Prairie and PG Distributed Proofreaders LIFE AND DEATH OF HARRIETT FREAN 1922 BY MAY SINCLAIR I “Pussycat, Pussycat, where have you been?” “I’ve been to London, to see the Queen.” “Pussycat, Pussycat, what did you there?” “I caught a little mouse under the chair,” Her mother said it three times.
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