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by Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes
Author: Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes
Publisher: BiblioLife; Large type / large print edition edition (August 18, 2008)
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Marie Adelaide Elizabeth Rayner Lowndes (née Belloc; 5 August 1868 – 14 November 1947), who wrote as Marie Belloc Lowndes, was a prolific English novelist, and sister of author Hilaire Belloc. Active from 1898 until her death, she had a literary reputation for combining exciting incidents with psychological interest
by Marie Belloc Lowndes. large mourningring, both gifts of former employers
by Marie Belloc Lowndes. Lover and friend hast thou put far from me,and mine acquaintance into darkness. large mourningring, both gifts of former employers. When people are living near that deep pit which divides the securefrom the insecure-when they see themselves creeping closer andcloser to its dread edge-they are apt, however loquacious bynature, to fall into long silences. Bunting had always been atalker, but now he talked no more.
Belloc Lowndes (Adelaide Julie Elizabeth Renee) (1868-1947) who wrote under the pen name Philip Curtin was a British author who wrote The Philosophy of the Marquise (1899), His Most Gracious Majesty King Edward VII (1901), The Prince and Princess of Wales (1902), The Heart of Penelope (1904), Barbara Rebell (1905), The. Pulse of Life: A Story of a Passing Life (1908), Studies in Wives (1909), The Uttermost Farthing (1910), When No Man Pursueth (1910), Jane Oglander (1911), Mary Pechell (1912), The Chink in the Armour (1912), The Lodger (1913), Studies in Love and in Terror (1913)
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The lodger’s tray was soon ready; everything upon it nicely and daintily arranged. Mrs. Bunting knew how to wait upon a gentleman. Putting the tray down in the hall, she went into her sitting-room and took up the Book; but when back in the hall she hesitated a moment as to whether it was worth while to make two journeys. But, no, she thought she could manage; clasping the large, heavy volume under her arm, and taking up the tray, she walked slowly up the staircase. The new lodger had turned all those nice framed engravings of the early Victorian beauties, of which Mrs. Bunting had been so proud, with their faces to the wall! For a moment she was really too surprised to speak.
Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes () was a prolific English novelist
Marie Adelaide Belloc Lowndes () was a prolific English novelist. She was much praised for her unique writing style, which combines thrilling events and psychological insights.
Marie Adelaide Lowndes . .has been added to your Cart. In The Lodger, Lowndes creates a very atmospheric, psychological thriller and suspense. Lowndes uses a slowly evolving, subtle mystery with clues along the way. She manages to accomplish by not telling all, and letting the reader make their own conclusions about several key plot elements. In The Lodger, the atmosphere is established from the get go-with a murderer on the loose, is it safe to go out at night?
Marie Belloc-Lowndes. Although the author skillfully brings the reader through the realization that the main character is in peril; the naivety of that danger to the main character is extremely plausible and makes the suspense much more frightening.