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  1. Tish / by Mary Roberts Rinehart ; with illustrations by May Wilson Preston by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1916-01-01
  2. Biography - Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1876-1958): An article from: Contemporary Authors by --Sketch by Michael Cisco, 2003-01-01
  3. The romantics, by Mary Roberts Rinehart by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1929-01-01
  4. The amazing interlude. by Mary Roberts Rinehart illustration by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1918-01-01
  5. NomadÃ?¯Ã'¿Ã'½s land, by Mary Roberts Rinehart ... Illustrated by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1926
  6. The circular staircase by Mary Roberts Rinehart. by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1908-01-01
  7. The altar of freedom. by Mary Roberts Rinehart. by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1917-01-01
  8. The man in lower ten. by Mary Roberts Rinehart with illustra by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1909-01-01
  9. K. / by Mary Roberts Rinehart ; with illustrations by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) Rinehart, 1915
  10. The breaking point, by Mary Roberts Rinhart by Mary Roberts (1876-1958) and Fogarty, Thomas (illus.) Rinehart, 1922
  11. The Altar Of Freedom
  12. THE bREAKING POINT. by Mary Rinehart [1876 - 1958]. Roberts, 1922
  13. Long live the king! By Mary Roberts Rinehart. with illustrations by Rinehart. Mary Roberts. 1876-1958., 1917-01-01
  14. Crown of Life: The Story of Mary Roberts Rinehart (The Forgotten Pioneers Series) by Sybil Downing, 1992-06-25

1. Rinehart, Mary Roberts
Best Mysteries of Mary Roberts Rinehart Four Complete Novels by America's First Lady of Mystery, The Mary Roberts Rinehart Crime Book The Door, The Confession, and The Red Lamp
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  • "The Wall" That Made Me Read If anything, read these for the joy of Rinehart storytelling
Best Mysteries of Mary Roberts Rinehart: Four Complete Novels by America's First Lady of Mystery
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  • The Frightened Wife The After House Mary Roberts Rinehart: Three Complete Novels by America's Mistress of Mystery : The Bat/the Haunted Lady/the Yellow Room The Wall The Breaking Point

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    Book Description In one 608-page volume are four complete works of spine-tingling villainy, odious murder and sophisticated detection from America's first woman of mystery. Mystery aficionados will bask in brilliant twists and work alongside genteel detectives in The Circular Staircase, The Man in Lower Ten, The Window at the White Cat, and The Buckled Bag. Customer Reviews: "The Wall" That Made Me Read I still can say that any book ever in my hands has never been read, stem to stern, word after word. "The Wall" by Marry Roberts Rinehart is the on and only book that holds the title of being the one volume that just about made a fool of me. Now, give all of this serious consideration when you think about this author and the one story of hers that has a great secret power. Oh and by the way, I married a librarian but if you think that has made a reader of me, think again. NOT!
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    By James Cooper. I. Biography. Mary Roberts Rinehart was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania (now part of Pittsburgh) on August 12, 1876, and she died September 22, 1958.
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    3. Mary Roberts Rinehart - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Rinehart, Mary Roberts (1918). Tenting TonightA Chronicle of Sport and Adventure in Glacier Park and Cascade Mountains. Boston Houghton Mifflin Company.
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Mary Roberts Rinehart, 1914. Mary Roberts Rinehart (August 12, 1876-September 22, 1958) was an American writer, often called the American Agatha Christie She is considered the source of the phrase "The butler did it", although she did not actually use the phrase. She is considered to have invented the " Had-I-But-Known " school of mystery writing. She also created a costumed supercriminal called "the Bat," who was cited by Bob Kane as one of the inspirations for his "Batman."
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    Rinehart, Mary Roberts The Confession Campfire Free copy of The Confession in the Jollyroger.com Library http//jollyroger.com/library/
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      • While her general novels were her best-selling books, she was most highly regarded by critics for her carefully plotted murder mysteries. It was one of her books that produced the phrase, "The butler did it," and in her prime, she was more famous than her chief rival, England's Agatha Christie.
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        She was born Aug. 12, 1876, in a little house in Arch St., now North Side, but then the City of Allegheny. She lives today at 630 Park Ave., New York City, in an 18-room apartment.
        She's still writingabout 4000 words a day on a "good day." She has written more than 50 books, eight plays, hundreds of short stories, poems, travelogues and special articles. Three of her plays were running on Broadway at one time.

    6. Mary Roberts Rinehart - Biography And Works
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    Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958) , American author and journalist wrote the murder mystery The Circular Staircase While renting a summer home, spinster Rachel Innes experiences a series of mysterious and alarming events involving ghosts and spirits, lurking shadows and murder. With spine tingling attention to detail and atmosphere, Rinehart is often compared to Agatha Christie . She wrote over sixty popular mysteries and is sometimes attributed with the phrase "the butler did it". Mary Roberts Rinehart was born on 12 August 1876 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, daughter of Thomas and Cornelia Roberts. Growing up in a household with her parents and extended family, she remembers her devout grandmother the dressmaker working long into the night in their shop in the back of the house. In her autobiography My Story (1931, revised 1948) she admits;

    7. Rinehart, Mary Roberts: The Circular Staircase. V1. 19 Nov 07 - MobileRead Forum
    Rinehart, Mary Roberts The Circular Staircase. v1. 19 Nov 07 Mobi/PRC Books
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    8. Mary Roberts Rinehart
    Picture of Rinehart s gravestone.
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    Mary Roberts Rinehart
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    A world-aclaimed writer, playwrite and war correspondent, she was the wife of Major Stanley M. Rinehart , United States Army Medical Corps. She died in 1958 at the age of 82 and was buried with her husband in Section 3 of Arlington National Cemetery.
    Mary Rinehart was born in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania on August 12, 1876 in a small house on Arch Street. Growing up Mary had a financially difficult childhood as her father was an impractical, frustrated inventor, always in pursuit of fortune and never finding it. His most practical invention was a rotary shuttle for sewing machines. Mary attended Allegheny High School and developed a love of literature there. She wrote several short stories for the Pittsburgh newspaper and received a dollar for each story. However, she did not write again for many years. Mary Roberts Rinehart's first book "The Circular StairCase" was published in 1908. It was this novel that proved to the world that mystery, crime, and humor can be combined successfully. This literary work brought her world wide acclaim and began her professional career. She developed the phrase, "the butler did it" which is still used today. Throughout her career Mary Roberts wrote more than fifty books, eight plays, hundreds of short stories, poems, travelogues and special articles. Mary Roberts Rinehart is remembered as a world famous writer, playwright and war correspondent. She is remembered in the literary world for her accomplished writings about murder mystery.

    9. Rinehart, Mary Roberts - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
    US novelist. Her detective novels include The Circular Staircase 1908 and The Man in Lower Ten 1909. The Breaking Point 1922 and This Strange Adventure 1929 are more serious novels.
    http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Rinehart, Mary Roberts

    10. My Story - Rinehart, Mary Roberts
    Green cloth. A reprint (possibly book club) edition from original plates. Some pages ruffled midbook, otherwise in good shape with other minor wear. hardcover 1931 E.M. Hale
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    11. Mary Roberts Rinehart
    List of publications with reviews.
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    The Man in Lower Ten and The Circular Staircase Comic Stories and Nurse Fiction Miss Pinkerton Mainstream Fiction ... A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection Home Page
    Mary Roberts Rinehart
    The Man in Lower Ten (1906) The Circular Staircase (1907) Affinities
    • Affinities (1913)
    • The Borrowed House (1909)
    • Sauce For The Gander (1914?)
    Love Stories
    • Twenty Two (1917?)
    • Jane (1912)
    • In The Pavilion (1912)
    • God's Fool (1913)
    • The Miracle (1912)
    The Case of Jennie Brice (1912) (Chapter 1) Tish
    • Mind Over Motor (1912)
    • The Simple Lifers (1913)
    • My Country Tish of Thee - (1916)
    More Tish
    • The Cave on Thundercloud (1912)
    • Salvage (1919)
    Miss Pinkerton (omnibus volume)
    • The Buckled Bag (1914)
    • Locked Doors (1914)
    The Curve of the Catenary (1915) Sight Unseen and The Confession
    • The Confession (1917)
    The Bat (1917 -1920) play written with Avery Hopwood
  • Tish Plays The Game
    • Tish Plays The Game (1921)
    • The Baby Blimp (1922)
    • Hijack and the Game (1925)
    The Door (1930) (Chapter 1) Miss Pinkerton (1932) The Album (1933) (Chapters 1 - 7, 13, 15, 18, 33 - 36, 48-49) Married People
    • "That Is All" (1932)
  • 12. Rinehart Mary Roberts: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com Online Library
    Research Rinehart Mary Roberts and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the Questia.com online library.
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    13. Bookfinder.US: Rinehart Mary Roberts
    The Circular Staircase Mary Roberts Rinehart 0486297136 Sept 1997 Paperback From AudioFile A Gothic mystery unfolds when a spinster arrives at the mansion she's rented for
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    Rinehart Mary Roberts The Circular Staircase
    Mary Roberts Rinehart
    Sept 1997
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    A Gothic mystery unfolds when a spinster arrives at the mansion she's rented for the summer. Plans for a restful vacation are soon interrupted by niece and nephew, ghosts and spirits, murder and mayhem. The complicated plots can make them tough to follow in audio format. The fairly simple story line here is a plus. The mystery is enjoyable for its historical setting, and it doesn't come across as dated. Reading with obvious pleasure, the narrator adds dramatic effect. One can hear the affection in the voices of the elderly mistress and housekeeper, who have an ongoing feud although they're inseparable. Those with a taste for a mystery that's tame but fun will enjoy this recording. B.M.W. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
    The Circular Staircase/The Man in Lower Ten
    Mary Roberts Rinehart
    Dec 2000
    Paperback Book Description Mary Roberts Rinehart's first two novels "The Circular Staircase" and "The Man in Lower Ten" inaugurate The Essential Rinehart Collection, a new book series destined to entertain readers for many years. "The Circular Staircase" tells the story of how Miss Cornelia Van Gorder lost her mind, deserted her domestic gods in the city, took a furnished house for the summer out of town, and found herself involved in one of those mysterious crimes that keep newspapers and detectives happy and prosperous. "The Man in Lower Ten" is a legal thriller featuring a detective who builds up a network of clues that absolutely incriminate three entirely different people, only one of whom can be guilty. These novels, which combine mystery and adventure, demonstrate Rinehart's tremendously vivid powers as a storyteller. Well-written...

    14. The After House By Mary Roberts Rinehart - Project Gutenberg
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    Author Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958 Title The After House Language English LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature Subject Detective and mystery stories Subject Yachts Fiction Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Oct 1, 2000 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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    Rinehart, Mary Roberts Born August 12, 1876, in Allegheny, Pennsylvania Died September 22, 1958, in New York City, New York Vocations Novelist, Short Story Writer, Playwright
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    Famous quote by Rinehart, Mary Roberts The great God endows His children variously. To some he gives intellect and they move the earth. To some he allots heart and the
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    17. Bab: A Sub-Deb By Mary Roberts Rinehart - Project Gutenberg
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    Author Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958 Title Bab: a Sub-Deb Language English LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature Subject Fiction Subject Juvenile literature Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Mar 15, 2006 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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    Rinehart, Mary Roberts (rīn`h rt), 1876–1958, American novelist, b. Pittsburgh. A graduate nurse, she married Dr. Stanley M. Rinehart in 1896.
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    19. RINEHART, Mary Roberts. The Breaking Point.
    RINEHART, Mary Roberts. The Breaking Point. New York George H. Doran Co. (1922). Early Printing with GHD colophon at title page. Thomas Fogarty dustjacket art.
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    RINEHART, Mary Roberts. The Breaking Point. New York: George H. Doran Co. (1922). Early Printing with GHD colophon at title page. Thomas Fogarty dustjacket art. Listed in Hubin as a marginal mystery, "over lives of hard work and deep content is cast the shadow of an old disaster, of hate and death, starvation and the loneliness of the criminal". Basis for a 1924 silent film. NF in Good dj, spine ends chipped cm deep, small chip at mid-lower spine end and mid front flap edge, red lettering at spine somewhat faded, moderate shelf wear.

    20. The Confession By Mary Roberts Rinehart - Project Gutenberg
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    Author Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958 Title The Confession Language English LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature Subject Fiction Subject Detective and mystery stories Category Text EBook-No. Release Date Nov 1, 1999 Public domain in the USA. Downloads
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