Author:George John Whyte-Melville

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George John Whyte-Melville
Scottish novelist of the sporting-field and a poet. Pen names: G. J. Whyte-Melville, Whyte Melville
George John Whyte-Melville


  • Digby Grand (1852)
  • General Bounce; or, The lady and the locusts (1854) [PG]
  • Kate Coventry: An autobiography (1856) [PG]
  • The Interpreter. A tale of the war (1858) [PG]
  • Holmby House (1860)
  • Good for Nothing (1861)
  • Market Harborough (1861)
  • The Queen's Maries (1862)
  • The Gladiators. A Tale of Rome and Judæa (1863) Internet Archive [PG]
  • Brookes of Bridlemere (1864)
  • Cerise (1866)
  • Bones and I: or, The skeleton at home (1868) first published as "Bones and I;" or, The skeleton at home, (Chapman and Hall, 1871)
  • The White Rose (1868)
  • M or N. "Similia similibus curantur." (1869) [PG]
  • Contraband; or, a losing hazard (1870)
  • Sarchedon. A legend of the great queen (1871) [PG]
  • Satanella (1873)
  • Uncle John (1874)
  • Sister Louise (1875)
  • Katerfelto; a story of Exmoor[1] (1875) [PG]
  • Rosine (1875)
  • Roy's Wife (1878)
  • Black but Comely (1878)
  • Riding Recollections (1878) [PG (5th ed.)]
  1. Katerfelto was the name of a famous, possibly mythical, stallion that lived on Exmoor in the early nineteenth century.

Works about Whyte-Melville[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.