Author:Samuel Rutherford Crockett

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Samuel Rutherford Crockett
(1859–1914)
Scottish novelist
Samuel Rutherford Crockett

Works[edit]

(partial list)

  • The Sticket Minister, London. 1893; New York: Caldwell, 1893
  • The Raiders: being some passages in the life of John Faa, Lord and Earl of Little Egypt, 1894;
  • The Lilac Sun-bonnet, 1895
  • Mad Sir Uchtred, 1894
  • The Men of the Moss Hags, 1895
  • Sweetheart Travellers. 1895
  • Cleg Kelly, 1896
  • The Gray Man, 1896
  • The Surprising Adventures of Sir Toady Lion with those of General Napoleon Smith, 1897 IA
  • Lochinvar, Copyright 1897, Published 1898
  • The Standard Bearer, London: Methuen, 18981898
  • The Red Axe, 1898
  • The Black Douglas, 1899 IA
  • Kit Kennedy, 1899
  • Joan of the Sword Hand, 1900
  • Little Anna Mark, 1900
  • Cinderella: a novel, 1901
  • The silver skull, 1901
  • The firebrand, 1901
  • Flower o' the Corn, 1902
  • Red Cap Tales, 1904
  • Raiderland, 1904
  • The Loves of Miss Anne, 1904
  • Maid Margaret, 1905
  • The Adventurer in Spain, 1903 (non-fiction)
  • The white plumes of Navarre, Religious Tract Society, 1906
  • Red Cap Tales, stolen from the treasure chest of the Wizard of the North, which theft is humbly acknowledge by S.R. Crockett, 1906
  • Little Esson, 1907
  • Red Cap Adventures: being the second series of Red Cap tales stolen from the treasure chest of the Wizard of the North, which theft is humbly acknowledge by S.R. Crockett, 1908
  • Silver Sand, 1914
  • The Azure Hand, 1917 (posthumous)

Short works from magazines[edit]

Works about Crockett[edit]


Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 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.