Perley Poore SheehanPerley Poore Sheehan (7 June 1875 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States – 30 September 1943 in Sierra Madre, California, United States) was an American film writer, novelist and film director. He was once married to Virginia Point (1902-unknown). Sheehan also wrote detective and adventure fiction for the pulp magazines. Sheehan wrote two fantasy novels, ''The Abyss of Wonders'' (1915), about a lost civilisation in the Gobi Desert, and ''The Red Road to Shamballah'' (1932-1933) about a hero with a Tibetan magic sword. Provided by Wikipedia
The ten-foot chain; or, Can love survive the shackles? A unique symposium, by Achmed Abdullah [and others]
by Abdullah, Achmed, 1881-1945.Other Authors: '; “...Sheehan, Perley Poore, 1875-1943....”
The ten-foot chain, or, Can love survive the shackles? : a unique symposium / by Achmed Abdullah [and others].
Published 1920Other Authors: '; “...Sheehan, Perley Poore, 1875-1943....”
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