The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Series - Manhattan Series of Popular American Novels

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Publisher: A. L. Burt (New York (N.Y.): 56 Beekman St.) -- United States
Category: Format : Reprint Library
Issues: 14 (Highest number seen advertised)
Dates: September 1888 to October 1889
Schedule: Monthly
Price: 25ยข
Size: 7 1/2 x 5 1/8"
Pages: 250
Illustrations: None
Publisher's Blurb: "Everyone desiring really good novels, written by popular American authors, should not fail to get the stories in the following list. In the 'MANHATTAN SERIES', these novels are issued in neat, attractive book form, printed from large, clear type, at a price as cheap or cheaper than the reprints of English novels. These stories have been selected for their intense dramatic interest, vigor of action, absorbing fascination of plot and mystery, and the wide popularity of the authors."
Physical Description: Brown paper cover. Title of series at top and down left side, in black. Story title in red, right side. Author in red just beneath story title. Drawing of angel on open book with publisher's name in lower quarter of cover. No., price, schedule and date and postage imprint in two lines at bottom in black. Spine contains number, story title and author in red.
Notes / Commentary: The LeBlanc listing ends at number 13. Information on number 14 comes from "Literary Notes" on page 6 of the Daily Alta California, Volume 81, Number 168, 15 December 1889.
Primary Data Source: LeBlanc
Data Entry Status: In Progress, Partial Listing Available


1. Roslyn's Trust
2. Adam Kent's Choice
3. A True Aristocrat
4. Kildhurm's Oak
5. A Moment of Madness
6. A Strange Pilgramage
7. The Face of Roselfel
8. True to Herself
9. Trixy; or, The Shadow of a Crime
10. The Daughter of the Regiment
11. Married in Mask
12. The Midnight Marriage
13. A Modern Miracle; or A Married Sinner
14. Won on the Homestretch

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