The Man from the Clouds



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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, he never practised as a lawyer.His first published book was Vandred the Viking or The Feud and the Spell 1898 and the following year he published what was to be his most celebrated work, The Lunatic at Large , to which there were a number of sequels.He married his wife Winifred at St Andrews and St Leonards, Fife on 11 March 1903 and at one time they lived in St John s Wood, London They had two sons and one daughter.His novel The Spy in Black 1917 was made into a successful film in 1939 and starred Conrad Veidt It was released in the USA as U Boat 29.He was also a historian and as such was the author of a couple of histories of Orkney, Records of the Earldom of Orkney 1299 1614 1914 and A History of Orkney 1932 He was a founder member and the second president of the Orkney Antiquarian Society, and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland.He died at his home Smoogro House, Orphir, Orkney on 23 June 1944 Gerry WolstenholmeOctober 2012

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  • Paperback
  • 114 pages
  • The Man from the Clouds
  • J. Storer Clouston
  • English
  • 20 April 2019
  • 1153710889

10 thoughts on “The Man from the Clouds

  1. Jan says:

    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.

  2. Nuranar says:

    A very entertaining read

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