Author:Muddock, J. E. [James Edward Preston Muddock]

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Image for Basile the Jester A Romance of the Days of Mary Queen of Scots (1896)

Basile the Jester A Romance of the Days of Mary Queen of Scots (1896)

By: Muddock, J. E. [James Edward Preston Muddock]

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, Chatto & Windus: 1920

Seller ID: VN2755

Condition: Good


Undated reprint/reissue, c1920. Original pinky-purple cloth, lettered in gilt on spine. Cloth unevenly sunned, but otherwise a clean tight copy of on of Muddock's historical romances. Scarce. View more info

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Stripped of the Tinsel. A Story of Bohemia (1896)

By: Muddock, J. E. [James Edward Preston Muddock]

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, Digby, Long & Co.: 1897

Seller ID: 92104

Condition: Very Good


Cheap Edition, Digby's Popular Novels Series, undated, c1897]. Original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; (later) yellow endpapers. Lightly scuffed, otherwise very good. View more info

Image for The Dead Man's Secret; or, The Valley of Gold. Being a Narrative of Strange and Wild Adventures compiled and written from the Papers of the late HANS CHRISTIAN FELDJE, Mate (1889)

The Dead Man's Secret; or, The Valley of Gold. Being a Narrative of Strange and Wild Adventures compiled and written from the Papers of the late HANS CHRISTIAN FELDJE, Mate (1889)

By: Muddock, J. E. [James Edward Preston Muddock]

Price: £20.00

Publisher: London, Greening & Co.: 1911

Seller ID: 92105

Condition: Very Good


Popular Edition. Frontispiece. Original red cloth, lettered and illustrated in black. A few light marks, otherwise very good. View more info

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Sweet Doll of Haddon Hall (1908)

By: Muddock. J. E. [James Edward Muddock, aka "Joyce Emerson Preston Muddock"]

Price: £25.00

Publisher: London, John Long: 1923

Seller ID: VN2112

Condition: Very Good


Popular Edition. Original blindstamped red cloth, lettered and decorated in gilt on spine. Spine lettering oxidised, otherwise very good. Original illustrated white dustwrapper. Minimal soiling, a few small nicks to bottom edge of rear panel, good. Muddock wrote two radically different versions of the supposed elopement of Dorothy Vernon from Haddon Hall in 1563. This is the second, a rewriting and major expansion of the first (called simply Doll). View more info