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Warwick Deeping
(1877–1950)
See biography, indexes. Prolific English novelist and short story writer.

Works

  • Uther and Igraine (1903), his first published novel
  • Love Among the Ruins (1904)
  • The Seven Streams (1905)
  • Bess of the Woods (1906)
  • The Return of the Petticoat (1907)
  • Bertrand of Brittany (1908)
  • Mad Barbara (1908)
  • The Red Saint (1909)
  • The Lame Englishman (1910)
  • The Rust of Rome (1910)
  • Fox Farm (1911)
  • Joan of the Tower (1911)
  • Sincerity (1912)
  • The House of Spies (1913)
  • The Pride of Eve (1914)
  • The Shield of Love (1914)
  • Martin Valliant (1917)
  • Unrest (1918)
  • Valour (1918)
  • Second Youth (1919)
  • The Prophetic Marriage (1920)
  • The House of Adventure (1921)
  • Lantern Lane (1921)
  • Orchards (1922)

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  • Apples of Gold (1923)
  • Suvla John (1924)
  • Sorrell and Son (1925)
  • Doomsday (1927)
  • Kitty (1927)
  • Old Pybus (1928)
  • Roper's Row (1929)
  • Exiles (1930)
  • The Short Stories of Warwick Deeping (1930)
  • The Road (1931)
  • The Secret Sanctuary or The Saving of John Stretton (1931)
  • Old Wine and New (1932)
  • Smith (1932)
  • Two Black Sheep (1933)
  • Seven Men Came Back (1934)
  • Sackcloth Into Silk (1935)
  • No Hero—This (1936)
  • Blind Man's Year (1937)
  • The Malice of Men (1938)
  • Fantasia (1939)
  • The Man Who Went Back (1940)
  • Corn in Egypt (1941)
  • The Dark House (1941)
  • I Live Again (1942)
  • The Impudence of Youth (1945)
  • Reprieve (1945)
  • Laughing House (1946)
  • Portrait of a Playboy (1947)
  • Man in Chains (1953), published posthumously
  • The Old World Dies (1954)
  • Caroline Terrace (1955)
  • The Sword and the Cross (1957)

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