by Compton MacKenzie
Publisher: M. Secker 1921
Number of pages: 301
The incredible followup novel by the author of Poor Relations, about Jasmine Grant, eighteen and an orphan who was 'given a home' by four families of rich relatives. Full of wit and humor and profound knowledge of human nature which characterizes all of Compton Mackenzie's work.
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by Compton MacKenzie - Harper & Brothers
Novel of a young woman who realizes the limitations of a West Kensington middle-class life and seeks a life on the London stage. Compton Mackenzie was a prolific writer of fiction, biography, histories and a memoir, as well as a cultural commentator.
by Compton MacKenzie - London M. Secker
The slow train puffed away into the unadventurous country; and the bees buzzing round the wine-dark dahlias along the platform were once again audible. The last farewell that Guy Hazlewood flung over his shoulder to a parting friend was casual ...
by Compton MacKenzie - D. Appleton and Company
In the novel Carnival, Compton MacKenzie offers historical fiction fans the best of both worlds: a sweeping drama that brings to life the rural Scottish countryside and a gripping emotional account of the coming of age of one remarkable young girl.
by Compton MacKenzie - ManyBooks
Here is the riveting classic from famed Scottish novelist Compton Mackenzie; the original crime thriller which was adapted in the Hollywood hit movie. Sylvia Scarlett and her father, Henry, flee France one step ahead of the police...