Biography: Popular British novelist Sir Max Pemberton (1863-1950) was a fashionable London clubman as well as a journalist and writer. Early work involved editing magazines such as Chums and Cassell's. He wrote a number of bestselling adventure and mystery novels in the 1890s, including his best-known, The Iron Pirate. A lifelong advocate of journalism, Pemberton founded the London School of Journalism in 1920.

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  1. Aladdin of London, or The Lodestar
    Aladdin of London, or The Lodestar

    by Sir Max Pemberton

    Aladdin of London, or The Lodestar
    by Sir Max Pemberton

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    Social station is everything and nothing in this romantic mystery involving the son of a British parson and a Polish maid in the Whitechapel district of London. When a mysterious millionaire with political motives becomes involved, their love affair threatens to take a dark turn.

    Categories: Romantic Suspense, Historical Romance

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