Guy Boothby

Australian writer

1867   -   1905

country of citizenship: Australia, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland
language of expression: English
occupation: author, science fiction writer, novelist

Guy Newell Boothby (13 October 1867 – 26 February 1905) was a prolific Australian novelist and writer, noted for sensational fiction in variety magazines around the end of the nineteenth century. He lived mainly in England. He is best known for such works as the Dr Nikola series, about an occultist criminal mastermind who is a Victorian forerunner to Fu Manchu, and Pharos, the Egyptian, a tale of Gothic Egypt, mummies' curses and supernatural revenge. Rudyard Kipling was his friend and mentor, and his books were remembered with affection by George Orwell.
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The Woman of Death

boek van Guy Boothby

author: Guy Boothby

In Strange Company

book by Guy Boothby

author: Guy Boothby

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