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THE WHITE WOLF.
New York, London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1926. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 1  3-334 [335-336], original purple cloth, front and spine stamped in gold. First edition. Adventure novel of a dog that grows up with wolves.
THE SMOKING LAND.
Santa Barbara, Capra Press, . Octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Trade paperback format. First published in Argosy magazine in six parts starting May 29, 1937 using the pseudonym George Challis. A science fiction-romantic adventure novel involving a lost race.
CROSS OVER NINE.
New York: The Macaulay Company, . Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-255 [256: blank], original beige boards, front and spine stamped in orange. First edition. From the rear panel calling it a mystery-horror story. "It is the tale of John Witherby, physical superman, in a contest of strength and racing, smashing violence with a man called the Doctor, and his gorillas, for possession of John's inheritance and for the fancy of the Doctor's female decoy." The first mystery using this pseudonym. Hubin, p. 123.
THE NIGHT FLOWER.
New York: The Macaulay Company, . Octavo, pp.  [1-4] 5-7  9-311 [312-318], jacket art by Edward D'Ancona, original black cloth, front and spine stamped in red. First edition. After an armored car robbery in which guards are murdered, Charles Pursivant, a reformed criminal, is enlisted to recover the money and capture the criminals. E. C. Beckwith in the NY Times (16 August, 1936) wrote "This reviewer confidently chooses this book - as the best written, most artfully constructed and thoroughly interesting crime-adventure novel published thus far within the year." Second and final mystery using this pseudonym. Hubin, p. 123.