Grey Timothy

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Grey Timothy  (1913) 
by Edgar Wallace
London: Ward Lock & Co., 1913. Also published as, and adapted to film as Pallard the Punter (1919).

A sports thriller novel: Brian Pallard, an Australian gambler who arrives in Britain clashes with a rival English aristocrat at the racetrack. Excerpted from Grey Timothy on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


GREY TIMOTHY

BY

EDGAR WALLACE

LONDON
WARD LOCK & CO.
1913

CONTENTS

  1. CHAP.PAGE
  2. I. Introduces the Callanders 1
  3. II. And a Visitor 9
  4. III. Mr Pallard Does Not Stay 17
  5. IV. An Old Acquaintance 25
  6. V. Pallard the Punter 31
  7. VI. The Race at Windsor 39
  8. VII. The Colt by Grey Leg 51
  9. VIII. A Gamble in ‘Bits’ 59
  10. IX. Mr Pallard Wins Heavily 67
  11. X. A Sharp Recovery in ‘Bits’ 73
  12. XI. Introduces Tinker Smith 81
  13. XII. Brian Makes Acquaintances 89
  14. XIII. Lord Pinlow Goes Calling 97
  15. XIV. The Superstition of Lord Pinlow 105
  16. XV. In the Stables 117
  17. XVI. The Race For the Stewards’ Cup 129
  18. XVII. The Little Murderers 139
  19. XVIII. Dr Jellis of Watford 145
  20. XIX. The Affair at Knightsbridge 155
  21. XX. A Wire from Brian 167
  22. XXI. The End 175

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1932, so this work is also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. This work may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.