2 edition of Laycock of Lonedale found in the catalog.
Laycock of Lonedale
|Statement||by W. Riley.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.R4547 Lay, PR6035.I595 Lay|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi p., 2 l., 11-313 p.|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||25010066|
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Laycock of Lonedale book Riley wrote in his royalty records book that 'enemy action' caused the abrupt deletion of several of his titles during World War Two. After the war ended, Jenkins soon ceased to reset and reprint Riley's remaining titles, due to the rapid rise in costs.
13 books went out of print during the war. 14 books went out of print The Lonedale Operator is a short American drama film directed by D.
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William Riley is the author of Windyridge ( avg rating, 12 ratings, 4 reviews, published ), Swing Trading ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 1 review), Home My Books/5(9).
He wrote 39 books using the name W. Riley, mostly fiction and mostly published by Herbert Jenkins Ltd. Gravestone of Willie Riley and his first wife Clara at Silverdale After an education at Bradford Grammar School he entered his father's business in textiles, but two years later the firm diversified and William led the innovative new business in the sale of magic lantern slides and : 23 AprilLaisterdyke, Bradford.
Laycock was author of some three hundred articles in medical journals. He published, besides the books already noticed: 1. 'Lectures on the Principles and Methods of Medical Observation and Research.' Edinburgh,8vo; 2nd edit., with copious nosologies and indexes of fevers, &c., Edinburgh,8vo.
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CHILDREN'S FICTION (MG) She has penned eight children's books for year-olds (Book Nine out soon!) and is employed as a writer by an educational publisher.
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