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Re: "The Looting of the Specie-Room" (1902)

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  • Douglas G.
    Hyne is remembered mostly for THE LOST CONTINENT (1900), one of the first novels about Atlantis. As Weatherby Chesney, he wrote 2 short story collections
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      Hyne is remembered mostly for THE LOST CONTINENT (1900), one of the first novels about Atlantis.

      As "Weatherby Chesney," he wrote 2 short story collections with detectival interest:

      The Adventures of a Solicitor. London: James Bowden, 1898.
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      The Adventures of an Engineer. London: James Bowden, 1898.

      DG

      --- In GAdetection@yahoogroups.com, Allan Griffith <dfordoom@...> wrote:
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      > On 23 June 2013 10:52, miketooney49 <miketooney49@...> wrote:
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      > > A short story that made it to television.
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      > > In MR. HORROCKS: PURSER.
      > > By C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne.
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      > He seemed to be one of those authors who wrote in just about every genre.
      > I've read both horror and science fiction by him.
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      > Al
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