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Carolyn Wells • 211 Items / 105 Books, 57 Articles, 48 Poems
The Maxwell Mystery (1913)
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Published Reviews
  1. Reviews of the New Books
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    Novels of the Season (9 Reviews)
    Stella Maris, by William J. Locke
    1. Stella Maris by William J. Locke
    2. The Mating of Lydia by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    3. The Sixty-First Second by Owen Johnson
    4. Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter
    5. Uncharted Seas by Robert Adger Bowen
    6. The Nest by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
    7. Pinerty of the Sand-House by Charles D. Stewart
    8. Stephen March's Way by Henry Herbert Knibbs
    9. The Maxwell Mystery by Carolyn Wells
    The Literary Digest, April 19, 1913, pp. 898-901
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    Four English Novels (19 Reviews)
    Concert Pitch, by Frank Danby
    1. Concert Pitch by Frank Danby
    2. The Maxwell Mystery by Carolyn Wells
    3. The Nest by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
    4. John o' Jamestown by Vaughan Kester
    5. The Inferno by August Strindberg
    6. Mere Literature, and Other Essays by Woodrow Wilson
    7. Letters to Unknown Friends by Lyman Abbott
    8. Plays: Second Series by John Galsworthy
    9. Food and Flavor by Henry T. Finck
    10. The Children in the Shadow by Ernest K. Coulter
    11. Enjoyment of Poetry by Max Eastman
    12. The Panama Canal Conflict Between Great Britain and the United States of America by Lassa Oppenheim
    13. The Autographs of Saint Paul by Marcus D. Buell
    14. The Britannica Year-Book, 1913 by Hugh Chisholm
    15. What Is New Thought? by Charles Brodie Patterson
    16. Essays on Taxation by E.R.A. Seligman
    17. The Penalty by Gouverneur Morris
    18. Nogi by Stanley Washburn
    19. Synonyms, Antonyms and Associated Words by Louis A. Flemming
    The Outlook, May 3, 1913, pp. 37-39