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Sir Max Pemberton (1863–1950)

Pemberton, Max. An English journalist, editor, and novelist; born at Birmingham, June 19, 1863; died in 1950. He was a contributor to Vanity Fair, and editor of Chums, a boys’ paper, and of Cassell’s Magazine. He published: ‘The Iron Pirate’ (1894); ‘Sea-Wolves’ (1894); and ‘The Impregnable City’ (1895), stories of adventure; ‘The Little Huguenot’; ‘A Puritan’s Wife’ (1896); ‘A Gentleman’s Gentleman’; ‘Christine of the Hills’; ‘Red Moon’ (1904); ‘The Finishing School’ (play), (1904); ‘The Hundred Days’ (1905); ‘The Wheels of Anarchy’ (1908); ‘The White Walls’ (1910); ‘War and the Woman’ (1912).