Author:Bernard Edward Joseph Capes

Bernard Capes
(1854–1918)
Prolific Victorian author, publishing more than forty volumes—romances, mysteries, poetry, history—together with many articles for magazines and numerous ghost stories. Pen names: Bevis Cane, Bernard Capes
Bernard Capes

WorksEdit

Historical RomancesEdit

RomancesEdit

  • The Lake of Wine, 1897
  • The Mysterious Singer, 1898
  • Joan Brotherhood, 1900
  • Love Like a Gypsy, 1901
  • The Secret in the Hill, 1903
  • The Romance of Lohengrin, 1906(?)
  • The Green Parrot, 1908
  • The Love Story of St. Bel, 1909
  • Jemmy Abercraw, 1910
  • The House of Many Voices, 1911
  • Jessie Bazley, 1912
  • The Story of Fifine, 1914 (re-issued 1919)
  • If Age Could, 1916
  • Where England Sets Her Feet, 1918

Mystery StoriesEdit

Short stories and collectionsEdit

  • At a Winter's Fire, 1899, re-issued, 1978 short stories
  • From Door to Door, 1900 short stories
  • Plots, 1902, short stories
  • Loaves and Fishes, 1906 short stories
  • The Fabulists, 1915 short stories
  • The Black Reaper, ed Hugh Lamb, 1989 short stories / anthology

Poems and songs

  • Amaranthus: A Book of Little Songs, 1908 songs
  • A Fool’s Passion and Other Poems (?) poems

UnsortedEdit

  • The Haunted Tower (as 'Bevis Cane'), 1888
  • The Missing Man (as 'Bevis Cane'), 1889
  • The Mill of Silence, 1897

Short stories from magazinesEdit

 

Works by this author published before January 1, 1926 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.