Jepson, Edgar (Open Library) Books by Jepson, Edgar Alice Devine 4 editions first published in 1916 Read http://openlibrary.org/authors/OL316860A/Jepson_Edgar
Gadetection / Jepson, Edgar Source Wikipedia. Edgar Alfred Jepson (1863 1938) was an English writer, principally of mainstream adventure and detective fiction, but also of some supernatural and fantasy http://gadetection.pbworks.com/Jepson, Edgar
Margaret Birkinshaw | Times Online Obituary Born in 1907, she was the daughter of Edgar and Frieda Jepson. Edgar was a novelist and critic who knew Wells, Ford Madox Ford, Eliot and Ezra Pound. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/obituaries/article1070453.ece
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JEPSON, Edgar. Pollyooly. JEPSON, Edgar. Pollyooly. Indianapolis BobbsMerrill Co. (1912). First Edition. Hanson Booth illustrations. Humorous novel of a 12 year old red headed girl thrown on her own http://www.babylonrevisitedrarebooks.com/10819.html
Extractions: Search by title, author, publisher, or keyword Home Humor JEPSON, Edgar. Pollyooly. Item# Availability: Contact us for availability. JEPSON, Edgar. Pollyooly. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1912). First Edition. Hanson Booth illustrations. Humorous novel of a 12 year old red headed girl "thrown on her own resources" with a baby brother and a "rare ability to grill bacon, tell the truth and use her fists". Near Fine in rare dustjacket, top spine end chipped cm deep, lower spin end chip half inch deep, front flap edge heavily chipped.
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Extractions: A checklist of Turkish baths in fiction This is a basic list of works of fiction known to include references to, or scenes which take place in, a Turkish bath located (mainly) in the British Isles. Some of these have come from visitors to the site. There must be many more such books; if you know of any please let us know It is intended that, in due course, notes on these references will be incorporated in the directory entries for each of the Turkish baths mentioned. This table indicates those which have already been included. Below the table will be found:
JEPSON, Edgar. The Admirable Tinker Of The World. JEPSON, Edgar. The Admirable Tinker of the World. New York McClure, Phillips and Co. 1904. First Edition. Adventure and romance novel with some fancy mixed in by this http://www.babylonrevisitedrarebooks.com/7076.html
Extractions: Search by title, author, publisher, or keyword Home Romance JEPSON, Edgar. The Admirable Tinker of the World. Item# Availability: Contact us for availability. JEPSON, Edgar. The Admirable Tinker of the World. New York: McClure, Phillips and Co. 1904. First Edition. Adventure and romance novel with some fancy mixed in by this important turn of the century author of mystery and fantastic literature. A VG plus tight copy, lettering faded at spine, some modest shelf wear at top spine end, few drip spots at front cover.
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Extractions: All prices are in New Zealand Dollars and include GST. Items featured on this website may not be available in our stores. Contact your nearest store for instore price and availability prices in stores may vary from those on this website By: Jepson, Edgar (Author), Jones, Wilfred (Illustrated by). Witches' Almanac. Published: 22/11/2009. Audience Guide: General (US: Trade). Paperback. Sourced from U.S.A. Wander the magical world of the Valley of Fine Fleeces with a fascinating cast of characters. Meet Big Anna, keeper of both the pagan flame and Cross; a Princess aflame for a strange lover; an Egyptian Priest, steward of mysteries; Friar Paul, lean and sinister; and Saccabe the Black Goat, Father of Many Flocks. Above all you will encounter the mysterious Shepherd of supernatural radiance, among whose curls nestle two small soft horns. Events converge in the forest on Midsummer Eve at full moon as celebrants arrive with meat, bread and wine for the Feast. The Wise Ones recognize the Horned Shepherd as an ancient fertility god who should be sacrificed to enrich the land. The first issue of "The Horned Shepherd," a novella, had a print run of only one hundred copies. The book was reissued in 1927 with the superb Wilfred Jones woodcuts, a perfect match of text and illustration. The new Witches' Almanac version of "The Horned Shepherd," available after decades, offers readers who enjoy the supernatural a chance to catch up with this Jepson classic.
HORNED SHEPHERD, A novel originally published in 1904 and long out of print, this magical fantasy at the intersection of Paganism and Christianity, one of whose chief characters is the ancient http://store.isisbooks.com/HORNED_SHEPHERD_p/0977370364.htm
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