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Author:Joseph Smith Fletcher

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Joseph Smith Fletcher
(1863–1935)
English journalist and author who wrote more than 230 books on a wide variety of subjects, both fiction and non-fiction, and, a contemporary of Arthur Conan Doyle, one of the most prolific writers of detective fiction. Also remembered for his historical fiction especially the novel When Charles The First Was King. Pen name J. S. Fletcher


WorksEdit


  • Anima Christi (1884) poetry IA
  • Andrewlina (1889)
  • The Winding Way (1890)
  • Old Lattimer's Legacy (1892)
  • When Charles The First Was King (1892) Vol 1of3 IA Vol 2of3 IA Vol 3of3 IA
  • The Wonderful City (1894)
  • Where Highways Cross (1895) IA
  • At The Gate Of The Fold (1896)
  • The Builders (1897)
  • God's Failures (1897) IA
  • In The Days Of Drake (1897) IA PG
  • Mistress Spitfire (1897) IA PG
  • At The Blue Bell Inn (1898)
  • Pasquinado (1898)
  • The Death That Lurks Unseen (1899)
  • From The Broad Acres (1899)
  • The Paths Of The Prudent (1899) IA
  • The Harvesters (1900)
  • Morrison's Machine (1900)
  • The Golden Spur (1901)
  • The Three Days' Terror (1901)
  • History Of The St Leger Stakes (1902)
  • The Investigators (1902)
  • The Air-Ship (1903)
  • The Fear Of The Night (1903)
  • The Secret Way (1903)
  • Lucian the Dreamer (1903) IA
  • The Diamonds (US: The Diamond Murders) (1904)
  • For Those Were Stirring Times!.. (1904)
  • The Ivory God (1905)
  • The Threshing Floor (1905)
  • The Harringtons Of Highcroft Farm (1907) IA
  • Mr Poskitt (1907)
  • The Queen Of A Day (1907)
  • The Harvest Moon (1908) IA
  • Mothers In Israel (1908) IA
  • Paradise Court (1908)
  • The Adventures Of Archer Dawe. (aka: The Contents Of The Coffin) (1909)
  • Manchester Royal (1909)
  • The Mantle Of Ishmael (1909)
  • The Other Sense (1909)
  • The Wheatstack (1909)
  • Hardican's Hollow (1910)
  • Mr Poskitt's Nightcaps: Stories of a Yorkshire farmer (1910) PG
  • The Lighthouse On Shivering Sand (1911)
  • The Aventures Of Turco Bullworthy (1912)
  • The Golden Venture (1912)
  • The New Sun (1913)
  • Perris Of The Cherry Trees (1913)
  • The Secret Cargo (1913)
  • Both Of This Parish (1914)
  • The Marriage Lines (1914)
  • Paul Campenhaye, Specialist In Criminology (US: The Clue Of The Artificial Eye) (1914) FP
  • The Ransom For London (1914)
  • The Shadow Of Ravenscliffe (1914)
  • The Wolves And The Lamb (1914)
  • The King Versus Wargrave (1915)
  • The Annexation Society (1916)
  • Families Repaired (1916)
  • The Lynne Court Spinney (US: The Mystery Of Lynne Court) (aka: And Sudden Death) (aka: Pedigreed Murder Case) (1916)
  • Malvery Hold (US: The Mystery Of The Hushing Pool) (1917)
  • The Perilous Crossways (1917)
  • The Amaranth Club (1918)
  • The Cistercians In Yorkshire (1919) IA
  • Droonin' Watter (US: Dead Man's Money) (1919)
  • Leet Livvy (1919) poetry in dialect IA
  • The Judge Corroborates (1919)
  • The Seven Days' Secret (1919)
  • The Talleyrand Maxim (1919) PG
  • The Valley Of Headstrong Men (1919)
  • Dead Men's Money (1920) IA PG
  • Exterior To The Evidence (1920)
  • The Lost Mr Linthwaite (1920)
  • The Wrychester Paradise (US: The Paradise Mystery) (1920) IA PG
  • The Borough Treasurer (1921) IA PG
  • The Chestermarke Instinct (1921) IA PG
  • The Herapath Property (1921) IA PG
  • The Orange-Yellow Diamond (1921) (transcription project)
  • The Root Of All Evil (1921) PG
  • The Heaven-Kissed Hill (1922)
  • In The Mayor's Parlour (aka: The Time-Worn Town) (aka: Behind The Panel) (1922) IA PG
  • The Markenmore Mystery (1922)
  • The Middle Of Things (1922) IA PG
  • Ravensdene Court (1922) PG
  • The Rayner-Slade Amalgamation (1922) IA PG
  • Scarhaven Keep (1922) IA PG

Non-fictionEdit

  • History Of Yorkshire (1898)
  • The Enchanting North (1908) IA
  • Memorials Of A Yorkshire Parish (1917) IA
  • The Making Of Modern Yorkshire, 1750-1914 (1918) IA
  • The Cistercians in Yorkshire (1919) IA
  • Harrogate and Knaresborough (1920) IA
  • Yorkshiremen Of The Restoration (1921) IA



 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1935, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 80 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.