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The Man from the Clouds

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Paperback, 114 pages
Published March 7th 2010 by General Books (first published 1918)
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May 12, 2009 Jan rated it liked it
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I read this book as a download from Project Gutenberg. I quite enjoyed the book. As a tale of life during WWI, it was fun to read. There was a good mystery and I didn't find it hard to place myself in the shoes of Roger Merton, the narrator of the story. Anyone interested in historical fiction from the early 1900s would probably enjoy this book.
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Joseph Storer Clouston, although born in Cumberland, was classed as an Orcadian author and historian as he originally came from an old Orkney family.

He was the son of psychiatrist Sir Thomas Smith Clouston and his wife Harriet (nee Storer). He was educated at Merchiston Castle School, Edinburgh and Magdalen College, Oxford. Although he was called to the bar at the Inner Temple in London in 1895, h
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