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He has the power of seeing with the artistic perception of the few, and of writing about what he has seen, so that the many can understand and feel with him.—Saturday Review.


In our opinion there have not been many novels published better worth reading. The literary workmanship is excellent, and all the windings of the stories are worked with patientfulness and a skill not often found.—Spectator.


Few modern novelists can tell a story of English country life better than Mr. D. Christie Murray.—Spectator.


Has the charm of style, the literary quality and flavour that never fails to please.—Saturday Review.

At her best she is, with one or two exceptions, the best of living English novelists.—Academy.

A SON OF THE SOIL. New Edition.

THE CURATE IN CHARGE. New Edition.

YOUNG MUSGRAVE. New Edition.

HE THAT WILL NOT WHEN HE MAY. New and Cheaper Edition.

SIR TOM. New Edition.

HESTER. A Story of Contemporary Life.

THE WIZARD'S SON. New Edition.

A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN AND HIS FAMILY. New Edition.

NEIGHBOURS ON THE GREEN. New Edition.

AGNES HOPETOUN'S SCHOOLS AND HOLIDAYS. With Illustrations.


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