|Title:||In the Secret Sea|
|Publisher:||The London Press|
|Tags:||adventure, fiction, seafaring|
In the Secret Sea, originally published as a serial in the Boy's Own Paper, is a "tale of the desert island variety, better written than most". -- all quoted from Wikipedia and "Christmas Books for Boys and Girls", The Times, Wed. Dec. 5, 1934, p.20. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Cule, William Edward
William Edward Cule (5 December 1870 – 13 July 1944) was a British author of children's books and several books for adults on Christian themes. In all, he wrote some thirty books encompassing a number of popular genres – public school stories, adventure yarns, fairy tales, novels and Christian allegories and fable. His best children's books show an imaginative faculty of a high order and are soundly crafted, befitting his profession as a magazine and book editor.
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