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         Rinehart Mary Roberts:     more books (22)
  1. My Story: A New Edition and Seventeen New Years (Signal Lives) by Mary Roberts Rinehart, 1988-09
  2. Had She but Known: A Biography of Mary Roberts Rinehart by Charlotte MacLeod, 1994-04
  3. Improbable Fiction: The Life of Mary Roberts Rinehart by Jan Cohn, 1980-03
  4. Mary Roberts Rinehart (Brownstone Mystery Guides) by Frances H. Bachelder, 2008-08-30
  5. Through Glacier Park in 1915 by Mary Roberts Rinehart, 1983-05
  6. Men, Women, and Ghosts (Haunted Library Edition) by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, 2010-08-23
  7. The Bright Side of Prison Life: The True Tale of a Union Soldier in a Rebel Prison by Capt S. A. Swiggett, 2010-07-08

21. Rinehart, Mary Roberts
Rinehart, Mary Roberts. 18761958, American novelist, b. Pittsburgh.A graduate nurse, she married Dr. Stanley M. Rinehart in 1896.
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    Rinehart, Mary Roberts 1876-1958, American novelist, b. Pittsburgh. A graduate nurse, she married Dr. Stanley M. Rinehart in 1896. The first of her many mystery stories, The Circular Staircase (1908), established her as a leading writer of the genre; Rinehart and Avery Hopwood successfully dramatized the novel as The Bat (1920). Her other mystery novels include The Man in Lower Ten The Case of Jennie Brice The Red Lamp The Door The Yellow Room (1945), and The Swimming Pool Saturday Evening Post and were collected into The Best of Tish See Rinehart's autobiography (1931, rev. ed. 1948).
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  • 22. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Subject > American Literature
    Author Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958 Keywords Authors R Rinehart,Mary Roberts, 1876-1958; Titles A ; Subject American literature.

    23. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Titles > B
    Author Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958 Keywords Authors R Rinehart, MaryRoberts, 1876-1958; Titles B ; Subject American literature. Babbit, 1998.

    24. The Circular Staircase (in MARION)
    The circular staircase. Title The circular staircase / Mary RobertsRinehart. Author Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958. Published
    The circular staircase
    • New York : Review of Reviews [c1908]
    • 301 p. ; 20 cm.
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    26. Stories, Listed By Author
    Rinehart, Mary Roberts (18761958) (chron.) * The Adoption of Eliza,(ss) Argosy (UK) Aug 1929. * The After House, (sl) Grit Jul
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    PITTS, WILLIAM S. (chron.)
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    PITZELE, MERLYN S. (chron.)
    PITZER, F. P. (chron.)
    PITZER, MEL (chron.)
    PITZER, R(obert) C(laiborne)

    27. Stories, Listed By Author
    Rinehart, Mary Roberts (18761958) (chron.) * The Dog in the Orchard,(ss) Cosmopolitan Sep 1940 EQMM Mar 1948; Ellery Queen’s
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    28. PLCMC - Catalog - Large Print Books
    Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958. The Wall. Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958.The After House. Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958.

    29. PLCMC - Catalog - AudioTape Books
    Ridley, Jasper Godwin. Henry Viii the Politics of Tyranny /. Rinehart, Mary Roberts,18761958. The Circular Staircase. Ripken, Cal, 1960-, The Only Way I Know.

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    31. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Titles > D
    Author Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958 Keywords Authors R Rinehart,Mary Roberts, 1876-1958; Titles D ; Subject American literature.

    32. Mary Roberts Rinehart At The Mad Cybrarian's Library
    The Mad Cybrarian's Library. Mary Roberts Rinehart. 18761958. The After House (Gutenberg Text Zip); The Amazing Interlude (Gutenberg Text Zip);
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    33. World Book || Dramatists L-Z
    She was born in Lockport, New York. Top of page. Mary Roberts Rinehart(18761958) was an American novelist and playwright. She was
    Lady Gregory Clare Boothe Luce Carson McCullers Joyce Carol Oates ... Wendy Wasserstein
    Lady Gregory (1852-1932) an Irish playwright and folklorist, helped launch the renaissance in Irish drama associated with Dublin's Abbey Theatre. She excelled in writing lively dialogue and creating simple, strong dramatic situations. Her best-known plays include The Rising of the Moon Spreading the News , and The Workhouse Ward (all 1904-1908).
    Isabella Augusta Persse was born in County Galway and married Sir William Gregory in 1881. She wrote most of her plays in "Kiltartan," the peasant dialect of her home district. She collected Irish folklore and poetry, pioneered in the use of peasant dialect, and invented the folk history play. Her retelling of the Celtic heroic myths in Cuchulain of Muirthemne (1902) and Gods and Fighting Men (1904) inspired many Irish writers, especially William Butler Yeats. Seventy Years , an autobiography, was published in 1976, after her death. Clare Boothe Luce (1903-1987) became famous for her activities in American politics and government. She was also a noted playwright. Luce served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1943 to 1947 as a Republican from Connecticut. She served as U.S. ambassador to Italy from 1953 to 1956. Luce became one of the first women to represent the United States in a major diplomatic post. She was appointed ambassador to Brazil in 1959, but resigned after winning Senate approval because several senators questioned her ability.
    Luce's plays are noted for their sharp dialogue and sarcastic characterizations. Her most successful play

    34. World Book Novelists RS
    Rawlings humorously described her life in Florida in Cross Creek (1942). top.Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958) was an American novelist and playwright.

    35. Index To Comic Art Collection: "The Bat" To "Bateson"
    2. VampiresComic books, strips, etc. I. Campbell, Doug. II. Wong, David. III.Pallot, Terry. IV. Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 18761958. V. The Bat. VI.
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    Bateman, H. M. (Henry Mayo), 1887-1970
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    Bates, Cary, 1948-
    American comics writer
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    36. Reading Room Index To The Comic Art Collection
    Call no. PN6726 f.B55 Rinehart,Mary Roberts, 1876-1958. Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 1876-1958. V. The Bat.
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    Writer about comics
    The Ringo Kid
    Rio, Eduardo del
    Mexican comics artist and writer Eduardo del Rio, whose work is signed "Rius." Entered in this index under Rius (Eduardo Del Rio)
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    - Rio / by Doug Wildey Norristown, PA : Comico the Comic Company, 1987. 59 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. 1. Western comic books, strips, etc. I. Wildey, Doug. Call no.: PN6727.W48R5 1987 - Rio at Bay / by Doug Wildey. Milwaukie, Oregon : Dark Horse Comics, 1992. col. ill. ; 26 cm. Complete in 2 nos. LIBRARY HAS: no. 1-2. 1. Western comic books, strips, etc. I. Wildey, Doug. II. Dark Horse Comics. Call no.: PN6728.6.D34R5 1992 - Rio Conchos. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. : K.K. Publications, 1964. 32 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. Title from cover. 1. Western comic books, strips, etc. Call no.: PN6728.3.G56R48 1964 -
    Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
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    37. REH Bookshelf - R
    See also Ford, Corey.. BACK TO TOP. Rinehart, Mary Roberts. (18761958). REHto Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. December 1928 SL 1 19 The women writers my God!
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    compiled by Rusty Burke BACK TO REH BOOKSHELF HOMEPAGE Rabelais , François Ragozin ... Russian literature
    Rabelais, François
    Mentioned in "A Poet's Skull" (as "Rabelay"). "Age Comes to Rabelais." REH to The Eyrie, March 1932: "[Clark Ashton] Smith's sweep of imagination and fantasy is enthralling, but what captivates me most is the subtle, satiric humour that threads its delicate way through so much of his work a sly humour that equals the more subtle touches of Rabelais and Petronius." REH to H.P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1932 [SL 2 #65]: "To me, for instance, Rabelais is neither wise nor witty, though perhaps I shouldn't pass judgment on him, since his stuff nauseates me to such an extent I've never been able to read much of it." BACK TO TOP
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    The Story of Assyria
    from the Rise of the Empire to the Fall of Nineveh; (Continued from "The Story of Chaldea"). New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1893.

    38. The Books: Had She But Known By Charlotte MacLeod
    The mystery novels of Pittsburghborn Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958)made her one of the first literary celebrities of the 20th century.
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    Had She but Known: A Biography of Mary Roberts Rinehart
    by Charlotte MacLeod
    ward-winning author Charlotte MacLeod examines the life of America's first bestselling suspense novelist, playwright, highly regarded war correspondent, and explorer. The mystery novels of Pittsburgh-born Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876-1958) made her one of the first literary celebrities of the 20th century. The public knew Rinehart from magazine serials and her essays in the Saturday Evening Post . Generals and European royalty permitted her to be one of the few WWI correspondents reporting from the trenches. Broadway impresarios turned her suspense plays into smash successes. Several of her novels have never gone out of print. Her explorations of the American West, when the territory was still raw, were legendary; her fascination with Native American culture enlightened millions.
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    39. New Books___________________________
    Staircase The Man in Lower Ten Both by Mary Roberts Rinehart Mary Roberts Rinehart(18761958) was a popular and prolific writer of romantic mysteries.
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    40. Books I Have Bought - March 1998
    Author of more than 60 chilling mysteries, Mary Roberts Rinehart (18761958) iscredited with inventing the Had-I-But-Known school of detective fiction
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    Mathematics: From the Birth of Numbers , Jan Gullberg. $58.50, new.
    This book is amazing. Here's the great Martin Gardner's blurb from the back: "An awesome achievement. Accurate, clearly written, and charmingly illustrated, Jan Gullberg's new survey of the world of mathematics has many merits that distinguish it from earlier surveys such as Lancelot Hogben's long-popular Mathematics for the Million . First of all, it is up to date, catching recent advances not in previous accounts, such as the unexpected proofs of Fermat's last theorem and the four-color map theorem, the new Mersenne primes, and exciting developments in fractal theory. Moreover, Gullberg writes with unusual clarity, and he has enlivened his text with amusing illustrations, apt quotations, historical backgrounds, and humorous asides. His book will be a standard reference for many decades." Inside just jacket: This gently guided, profusely illustrated Grand Tour of the world of mathematics takes the reader on a long and fascinating journey - from the dual invention of numbers and language, through the primary realms of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus, to the final destination of differential equations, with excursions into symbolic logic, set theory, topology, fractals, probability, and assorted other mathematical byways. Mathematics: From the Birth of Numbers is unique among popular books on mathematics in combining and engaging, easy-to-read history of the subject with a comprehensive mathematical survey text. Intended, in the author's words, "for the benefit of those who never studied the subject, those who think they have forgotten what they once learned, and those with a sincere desire for more knowledge," it links mathematics to the humanities, linguistics, the natural sciences, and technology.

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