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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. Roman Policier - Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958
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La chambre jaune / Mary Roberts Rinehart ; traduit de l'américain par S. et T. Vincelot. [Paris] : Librairie des Champs-Elysées, c1995. 282 p. ; 17 cm. (Le Masque ; 2220. Les reines du crime) ISBN 2-7024-2598-4. SDM: 9509068 [J++A 3] [Titre original: The yellow room. Ed. originale, 1945.] L'escalier en colimaçon / Mary Roberts Rinehart ; trad. de l'américain par Irène Cheze Convard. Paris : Librairie des Champs-Elysées, [1970]. 187 p. ; 17 cm. (Le Masque ; 1133) SDM: 7306968 [A 5] [Titre original: The circular staircase. Ed. originale, 1908.] Vendu à 815.000 exemplaires presque dès sa parution, ce roman est une curiosité historique et se lit, tout en tenant compte de sa date. [Yvon Allard] Accueil Retour Plan du site Recherche Dernière mise à jour de cette page : 8 août 2001

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Mary Roberts Rinehart 18761958. Mary Ella Roberts was born on August 12 1876 near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
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Mary Roberts Rinehart 1876-1958
Mary Ella Roberts was born on August 12,1876 near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her parents, Tom and Cornelia were still living in his mother's house with five other family members. Shortly after her sister OLIVE was born, they moved into a home of their own just down the street. At fifteen, her career was foreshadowed when she had three short stories published in a local magazine for a dollar each. When she was seventeen, she applied to nursing school and also met a young doctor by the name of Stanley Marshall Rinehart. They married when she was nineteen. Mary found herself in the role of homemaker and a baby boy was soon on the way. Stanley Jr. was born in 1897. Her second son, Alan, arrived in 1900 and her third son, Ted, was born in 1902. One of the side effects of her pregnancies was constant nausea and she became very weak. Dr. Rinehart's half-brother, head of the hospital where she had been a nurse decided to try to feed her broiled lobster, bits at a time. By miracle this stayed down. This experience with lobsters served her well when she came to Bar Harbor.

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Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958). Allegheny. By James Cooper
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Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958)
American novelist and playwright best known for her mystery stories. Rinehart served as a war correspondent during World War I and later described her experiences in several books, notably Kings, Queens and Pawns (1915). She produced as well a number of romances and nine plays. Most of the plays were written in collaboration with Avery Hopwood; her greatest successes were Seven Days, produced in New York in 1909, and The Bat, derived from The Circular Staircase and produced in 1920. She remained best known, however, as a writer of mysteries, and the growing popularity of that genre after World War II led to frequent republication of her works. Her most memorable tales combined murder, love, ingenuity, and humour in a style that was distinctly her own. Her autobiography, My Story, appeared in 1931 and was revised in 1948. At Rinehart's death her books had sold more than 10 million copies.

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(1876-1958) born on Aug 12 US novelist, playwright. She is best known for her mystery stories about Miss Pinkerton; originator of the phrase "The butler did it."
The great God endows His children variously. To some He gives intellect and they move the earth. To some He allots heart and the beating pulse of humanity is theirs.
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    Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958). Allegheny. By James Cooper. I.Biography. Mary Roberts Rinehart was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania
    Mary Roberts Rinehart - (1876-1958) Allegheny 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. She was born left-handed, in the days when this was looked upon as irrational and unladylike. To make her use her right hand, she had her left hand tied behind her back. During her lifetime, she was a very successful mystery writer and playwright. Rinehart lived in Allegheny for most of her life, and wrote most of her mystery stories in Allegheny. Rinehart got her first start in writing when she was in high school. She sold a couple of stories to a local newspaper for a dollar a piece, and had them published in the newspaper. The Circular Staircase , took place in Pittsburgh and for the first time showed how mystery and comedy could flow together. Her mystery stories were so good and well liked that she was compared to one of the most recognized mystery writers ever, Agatha Christie. Her mystery stories were not only compared to those of Agatha Christie, in her prime her writings were rated over Christie. Rinehart's stories had a tendency to be very well-liked. It was because of this reason that Rinehart had one of her stories turned into a play. The story was originally called

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    By Cheryl A. Petersohn Pennsylvania was founded by an author who got into trouble for his writings. No wonder this state has such a distinguished literary heritage. The Keystone State provides rich natural and intellectual resources, a varied but essentially moderate climate, and room to grow. Since its founding in 1682 by William Penn, himself the author of more than one hundred books and pamphlets supporting religious toleration, Pennsylvania has been home to countless writers. Penn's "Holy Experiment," planned to be an ideal commonwealth in America away from religious persecution, has a long history of authors whose works promote free expression of ideas and creative experimentation. This short overview of Pennsylvania authors can merely scratch the surface of a literary history that favorably follows in the footsteps of Penn's most famous work, The Great Cause of Liberty of Conscience.

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    Mary Roberts Rinehart 18761958 Mary Roberts Rinehart was born in Pittsburgh. Apartfrom crime fiction she also wrote plays, comic stories, and love stories.
    Mary Roberts Rinehart Mary Roberts Rinehart was born in Pittsburgh. Apart from crime fiction she also wrote plays, comic stories, and love stories. Titles and year of publication:
    1) The Circular Staircase 2) The Man in Lower Ten 3) The Window at the White Cat 4) The Amazing Adventures of Letitia Carberry (short stories) 5) Where There's a Will 6) The Case of Jennie Brice 7) The After House 8) Tish (short stories) 9) Dangerous Days 10) Love Stories (short stories) 11) Affinities (short stories) 12) More Tish (short stories) 13) Sight Unseen, and The Confession (Also published as: The Confession/Sight Unseen) 14) The Breaking Point 15) Temperamental People (short stories) 16) The Red Lamp (UK Title: The Mystery Lamp) 17) The Book of Tish (short stories) 18) Nomad's Land (short stories) 19) Tish Plays the Game (short stories) 20) Two Flights Up 21) The Romantics (short stories) 22) The Door 23) Familiar Faces (short stories) 24) Miss Pinkterton (UK Title: The Double Alibi) 25) The Album 26) The State vs. Elinor Norton (UK Title: The Case of Elinor Norton) 27) Married People (short stories) 28) Tish Marches On (short stories) 29) The Wall 30) The Great Mistake 31) Haunted Lady 32) Alibi for Isabel (short stories) 33) The Curve of the Catenary 34) The Yellow Room 35) Episode of the Wandering Knife (short stories) (UK Title: The Wandering Knife) 36) The Swimming Pool (UK Title: The Pool) 37) The Frightened Wife (short stories) Back

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