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Henry Sydnor Harrison

Miss Hinch

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“Miss Hinch,” a short story by Henry Sydnor Harrison, first appeared in McClure’s Magazine (May-October 1911). It is an intriguing mystery filled with subtle clues for the careful reader. A tale of hidden identities and sudden death, “Miss Hinch” recounts a deadly game of cat-and-mouse played by two clever, determined women late one night on the streets of New York City.

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Captivating Mary Carstairs

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Captivating Mary Carstairs is written by Henry Sydnor Harrison. The big man, Maginnis himself, sat on at the piano, his great fingers rambling deftly over the keys. He was playing Brahms now and doing it magnificently. He was fifteen stone, all bone and muscle, and looked thirty pounds heavier, because you imagined, mistakenly, that he carried a little fat.

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Queed

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Queed is written by Henry Sydnor Harrison. It was five of a November afternoon, crisp and sharp, and already running into dusk. Down the street came a girl and a dog, rather a small girl and quite a behemothian dog. If she had been a shade smaller, or he a shade more behemothian.

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Queed

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Queed is written by Henry Sydnor Harrison. Unusually interesting novel in which an eccentric self-centered young man entirely absorbed in study is rendered human and attractive by the influence of acquaintances and becomes a power in a southern city.

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Angela's Business

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Angela's Business is written by Henry Sydnor Harrison. Angela's business, to be plain, is the every-woman's business of securing a husband and home for herself, and Mr. Harrison's business with this reliable theme is to contrast, Meredithianly, the competing values of old and new in this woman business. . .

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V. V.'s Eyes

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No doubt many people who read the title expect something sentimental to the point of disgust. But not so is the real nature of the book. There is an analysis of character so fine that the reader is lost in wonder and admiration.

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