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The Call of the Blood is a 1906 dramatic romance novel by the British writer Robert Hichens.
In 1920 it was turned into a French silent film The Call of the Blood directed by Louis Mercanton and starring Ivor Novello. A second adaptation Call of the Blood was released in 1948 and starred Kay Hammond and John Justin. 
Christopher Strong is a romance novel by the British writer Gilbert Frankau which was first published in 1932.
The Fortunes of Captain Blood is a 1936 British historical adventure novel by the Anglo-Italian writer Rafael Sabatini. It is the third in Sabatini's trilogy alongside Captain Blood (1922) and Captain Blood Returns (1931).
Captain Blood Returns is a 1931 British historical adventure novel by the Anglo-Italian writer Rafael Sabatini. It is the second in Sabatini's trilogy about the character after Captain Blood (1922) and was followed by The Fortunes of Captain Blood (1936).
On the Spot is a 1930 Chicago-set play by the British writer Edgar Wallace. Wallace was inspired by a visit to the United States and, in particular, the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre. Known as a prolific author, he reportedly dictated the manuscript for the play in just four days. It was his greatest theatrical success.
Down Under Donovan is a 1918 crime novel by the British writer Edgar Wallace.
The Terror is a 1927 mystery thriller play by the British writer Edgar Wallace. It is based on Wallace's 1926 novel The Black Abbot.
After the Verdict is a 1924 novel by the English writer Robert Hichens. It was published in London by Methuen and in New York by George H. Doran. The novel was listed as a mystery and a romance.
The Slave is an 1899 novel by the British writer Robert Hichens.
The Fruitful Vine is a 1911 novel by the British writer Robert Hichens.
The Top of the World is a 1920 novel by the British writer Ethel M. Dell.
Letty Lynton is a 1931 novel by the British writer Marie Belloc Lowndes. It is loosely inspired by the case of Madeleine Smith, a young woman accused of murder.
I Start Counting is a 1966 thriller novel by the British writer Audrey Erskine Lindop. With a serial strangler on the loose in her small English town, a teenage girl begins to suspect who it is.
The Tall Headlines is a 1950 thriller novel by the British writer Audrey Erskine Lindop. A middle-class British family are lest devastated and divided when the eldest son is arrested and hanged for murder.
I Thank a Fool is a 1958 novel by the British writer Audrey Erskine Lindop. In the United States it was published by Doubleday under the alternative title of Mist over Talla.
The Singer Not the Song is a 1953 novel by the British writer Audrey Erskine Lindop. It was published in the United States by Pocket Books under the alternative title of The Bandit and the Priest. A priest sent to a small Mexican town engages in a moral battle with a local bandit.
Ballerina is a 1932 novel by the British writer Eleanor Smith. It portrays the life of a great ballerina, and her eventual fall.
East Side, West Side is a 1947 novel by the American writer Marcia Davenport. Set in New York City immediately after World War II, an unhappily married woman's life comes to a crisis in a single week. As with her two previous novels it was a commercial success, making the Publishers Weekly annual list of bestsellers.
Moss Rose is a 1934 mystery novel by the British writer Marjorie Bowen, written under the pen name of Joseph Shearing. It is based on the unsolved murder of Harriet Buswell in 1872. The title refers to Moss Rose, a flowering plant.
Blanche Fury is a 1939 mystery thriller novel by the British writer Marjorie Bowen, published under the pen name of Joseph Shearing. It was republished as a Armed Services Edition during the Second World War.
The Lady from Long Acre is a 1918 romance novel by the British writer Victor Bridges. It was published in the United States the following year.