G. Sidney Paternoster (–1925)

Author of The Motor Pirate

Includes the names: G. S. PATERNOSTER, Sidney G. Paternoster, G. Sydney Paternoster

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(d.1925) married Beatrice Marie——. He was a member of the staff of the Times and the author of a book about the Putomayo atrocities (1913). His eight volumes of fiction are lightweight, even when, as in Gutter Tragedies (1903), he handles the seamy side of criminal life. The Motor Pirate (1903) is about a modern Dick Turpin, and also ends tragically. The Lady of the Blue Motor (1907) takes to the road again, this time for a cosmopolitan romantic adventure. The Great Gift (1909) is about an honest businessman who works his way up to become a cabinet minister.
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