A SPLENDID NEWSPAPER YARN.
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A Yellow Journalist.
By MIRIAM MICHELSON, Author of "In the
Bishop's Carriage," etc. Illustrated. i2mo. Or-
namental Cloth, 1.50.
This novel has the true newspaper thrill in it
from beginning to end. The intense desire to
"cover" one's assignment completely and well is
brought out in the midst of the melodramatic at-
mosphere in which a modern newspaper woman must
live. The stories are all true to life, and mixed with
the excitement there is a wealth of humor and
"There is a dash about ' A Yellow Journalist ' that exhilarates
like a fresh breeze on a sharp winter morning."
The book is bright and entertaining."-Minneapolis Tribune.
"There are just a few writers who have succeeded in reducing
to paper the atmosphere of a newspaper office, and since the
appearance of ' A Yellow Journalist,' Miriam Michelson must be
numbered among them. "--The Bookman.
" Miss Michelson's work has found great favor. The stories
contained in this book are characteristic."
-Philadelj6hia Public Ledger.
"Only one with the genuine journalistic instinct, who has
agonized over a story and known the ecstacy of a ' beat' and the
anguish of being beat, can write of news-gathering as Miss
Michelson does. But she has other good qualities in addition to
these-a good dramatic instinct, a piquant humor, and a knowledge
of human nature. The fourteen chapters of 'A Yellow Journalist'
are mighty interesting reading."-Bal/imore News.
D. APPLETON AND COMPANY, NEW YORK.