Robert Barr
1849-1912
Pseudonym: Luke Sharp
 

Robert Barr was born in Scotland. He was a teacher, journalist, editor, and humourist. He also wrote under the pseudonym 'Luke Sharp'.

 

Titles and year of publication:
 
 1) In a Steamer Chair and Other Shipboard Stories (short stories)  1892
 2) The Face and the Mask  1895
 3) The Mutable Many  1896
 4) Revenge! (short stories)  1896
 5) A Woman Intervenes  1896
 6) Jennie Baxter, Journalist  1899
 7) The Strong Arm (short stories)  1899
 8) A Prince of Good Fellows (short stories)  1902
 9) Over the Border  1903
10) A Chicago Princess  1904
11) The Lady Electra (US Title: The Woman Wins) (short stories)  1904
12) The Triumphs of Eugene Valmont (short stories)  1906
13) A Rock in the Baltic  1906
14) The Watermead Affair  1906
15) Young Lord Stranleigh (short stories)  1908
16) Stranleigh's Millions (short stories)  1909
17) The Girl in the Case  1910
18) The Helping Hand and other stories (short stories)  1910
19) Lady Eleanor, Lawbreaker  1911
20) Lord Stranleigh, Philantropist (short stories)  1911
21) My Enemy Jones  1913
22) Tales of Two Continents (short stories)  1920
23) The Adventures of Sherlaw Kombs  1979
As 'Luke Sharp'
 1) From Whose Bourne (short stories)  1893
 2) The Adventure of the Second Swag  1990

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