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Neil Munro

Neil Munro (1863–1930) was a Scottish journalist, newspaper editor, author and literary critic. He was born in Inveraray and worked as a journalist on various newspapers.He was basically a serious writer, but is now mainly known for his humorous short stories, originally written under the pen name of Hugh Foulis. (It seems that he was not making a serious attempt to disguise his identity, but wanted to keep his serious and humorous writings separate.) The best known were about the fictional Clyde puffer the Vital Spark and her captain Para Handy, but they also included stories about the waiter and kirk beadle Erchie MacPherson, and the travelling drapery salesman Jimmy Swan.
Neil Munro
Gilian The Dreamer / His Fancy, His Love and Ad­ven­ture
Neil Munro
Doom Cas­tle
Neil Munro
Doom Castle
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Scottish Historical Fiction, John Buchan, S.R.Crockett, Neil Munro
John Buchan, S.R.Crockett, Neil Munro
Scottish Historical Fiction
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