Preview of 1909 novels to be reviewed here

For the next few weeks, I’m going to post reviews of novels I hadn’t located back when they should have appeared in my rotation. I’ll be reviewing the eight bestsellers of 1909 that I hadn’t posted earlier.Cover of *The Inner Shrine* and quotation from it.

As usual, if I haven’t already reviewed the novel, I’ve linked to ProjectGutenberg, where you can read the book for free. If I have already read the book, I’ve linked to my review, which should also link to where you can get a free e-version to read.

The Inner Shrine by Basil King [Sat. Nov. 7, 2015]
Katrine by Elinor Macartney Lane [Tue. Nov. 10, 2015]
The Silver Horde by Rex Beach [Sat. Nov. 14, 2015]
The Man in Lower Ten by Mary Roberts Rinehart
The Trail of the Lonesome Pine by John Fox Jr.

Goose Girl in traditional costume descends palace stairs.
Truxton King by George Barr McCutcheon [Tue. Nov. 17, 2015]
54-40 or Fight by Emerson Hough [Sat. Nov. 21, 2015]
The Goose Girl by Harold MacGrath [Tue. Nov. 24, 2015]
Peter: A Novel of Which He Is Not the Hero  by F. Hopkinson Smith [Sat. Nov. 28, 2015]
Septimus by William J. Locke [Tue. Dec. 1, 2015]

*The Silver Horde" by Rex Beach superimposed on photograph of spawning salmon
Salmon Spawning at Hood Canal

Poll: Your picks of the 1909 bestsellers [Sat Dec. 5, 2015]
My picks of the 1909 bestsellers [Tue. Dec. 8, 2015]

 

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Linda Aragoni

I read. I write. I think. I make big ideas simple. I help teachers teach expository writing to teens and adults. In my free time, I read and review old novels.

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