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George Manville Fenn

Author Code: EGMF

Born: Jan. 3, 1831 - Pimlico, London, England

Died: Aug. 26, 1909 - Isleworth, London, England

Educated by private tutors and at St. John Training College for Teachers, Fenn began his career as a master of the National School at Alford in Lincolnshire in 1854. He soon tired of the teaching profession and began training as a printer in London. After a series of unsuccessful ventures in printing and editing, he published his first story, In Jeopardy in Charles Dickens' periodical All The Year Round and his writing career was established. Fenn's work included some plays and magazine articles/essays, but it was as a novelist of primarily boys' stories that he is most closely associated. A prolific writer, he produced some 170 novels which also included some insightful adult works on the Victorian era and its industrial and commercial life. Fenn was a close friend of G.A. Henty and wrote his biography. Fenn's works include The Parson O'Dunford (1880), Patience Wins (1885), The Man With a Shadow (1888), The Crystal Hunters (1892), The White Virgin (1894), An Electric Spark (1895), In Honours' Cause (1896), Jungle and Stream (1898), The King's Sons (1901), The King's Esquires (1903), Trapped by Malays (1907) and Jack the Rascal (1909).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EGMF003 The Black Tor 1895 181 588k eBook Download PDF - 'The Black Tor' (EGMF003) Find a printed copy of The Black Tor by George Manville Fenn at AbeBooks
EGMF004 The Dark House 1885 91 305k eBook Download PDF - 'The Dark House' (EGMF004) Find a printed copy of The Dark House by George Manville Fenn at AbeBooks
EGMF001 Hunting the Skipper 1906 304 1019k eBook Download PDF - 'Hunting the Skipper' (EGMF001) Find a printed copy of Hunting the Skipper by George Manville Fenn at AbeBooks
EGMF002 A Life's Eclipse 1894 65 279k eBook Download PDF - 'A Life's Eclipse' (EGMF002) Find a printed copy of A Life's Eclipse by George Manville Fenn at AbeBooks

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