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Hall Caine

a.k.a. Thomas Henry Hall Caine

Author Code: EHCX

Born: May 14, 1853 - Runcorn, Cheshire, England

Died: Aug. 31, 1931 - Greeba Castle, Isle of Man

Educated in Liverpool, Caine became an apprentice architect while developing his writing skills in trade journals and newspapers. Invited to London by Daniel Gabriel Rossetti who was impressed by his talents, Caine and him became life-long friends. In 1885, Caine published his first novel, The Shadow of a Crime and followed with A son of Hagar in 1886. Because of his family ties to the Isle of Man and his knowledge of its culture, Caine's next novel, The Deemster (1887), incorporated this knowledge and finally brought him to prominence as a novelist. In the final years of the nineteenth century, Caine was one of the most successful and widely-read authors in the western world. In 1901, he was elected to the Isle of Man's House of Keys (the local Parliament) and spent the next few years there before returning to England. During the First World War, Caine contributed many patriotic articles to periodicals and also edited King Albert's Book. In 1918, he became a K.B.E and in 1922, was made a Companion of Honour. From 1922 until his death in 1931, Caine devoted his energies to his life-work, The Life of Christ, which was published posthumously in 1938. Caine's best-known works include The Bondman (1890), The Scapegoat (1890), Cap'n David's Honeymoon (1893), The Manxman (1894), The Christian (1897), The Eternal City (1901), The Prodigal Son (1904), The White Prophet (1909), and The Master of Man (1921).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
EHCX003 The Christian 1897 358 1410k eBook Download PDF - 'The Christian' (EHCX003) Find a printed copy of The Christian by Hall Caine at AbeBooks
EHCX006 The Eternal City 1901 328 1217k eBook Download PDF - 'The Eternal City' (EHCX006) Find a printed copy of The Eternal City by Hall Caine at AbeBooks
EHCX007 The Manxman 1894 397 1419k eBook Download PDF - 'The Manxman' (EHCX007) Find a printed copy of The Manxman by Hall Caine at AbeBooks
EHCX001 The Scapegoat 1890 152 713k eBook Download PDF - 'The Scapegoat' (EHCX001) Find a printed copy of The Scapegoat by Hall Caine at AbeBooks
EHCX002 The Shadow of a Crime 1885 252 958k eBook Download PDF - 'The Shadow of a Crime' (EHCX002) Find a printed copy of The Shadow of a Crime by Hall Caine at AbeBooks
EHCX005 A Son of Hagar 1886 315 1054k eBook Download PDF - 'A Son of Hagar' (EHCX005) Find a printed copy of A Son of Hagar by Hall Caine at AbeBooks
EHCX004 The Woman Thou Gavest Me 1913 486 1708k eBook Download PDF - 'The Woman Thou Gavest Me' (EHCX004) Find a printed copy of The Woman Thou Gavest Me by Hall Caine at AbeBooks

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