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Vandrad the Viking: The Feud and the Spell

by J. Storer Clouston

Travel back into the time of the hearty Norse seafarers who ruled the world a thousand years ago with vicious ruthlessness, a trait encapsulated here by fearsome protagonist Vandrad. Packed with battle scenes,...

The Debtor: A Novel

by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman

Though her best-known work is in the domain of short fiction, New England writer Mary E. Wilkins Freeman produced a number of novels over the course of her career, as well. In the intricately plotted tale The...

Denis Dent: A Novel

by E. W. Hornung

Straying from the mystery fiction that propelled him to literary acclaim, E. W. Hornung produces a gripping action-adventure yarn in Denis Dent. Set in Australia, the novel skillfully weaves elements of romance,...

Ranching for Sylvia

by Harold Bindloss

George Lansing has been summoned to England by Sylvia Marston, the widow of George's recently deceased cousin, Dick. The couple's parcel of prairie land in Canada is sitting unused, and in order to fetch the...

Home as Found

by James Fenimore Cooper

The sequel to his earlier novel, Homeward Bound, James Fenimore Cooper's Home as Found was inspired by events in the author's own life. After living abroad for a number of years, Cooper and his family returned...

From Veldt Camp Fires: Stories of Southern Africa

by H. A. Bryden

Many of Henry Anderson Bryden's tales of Africa unfold as casual, first-person narratives, in a manner akin to a group of friends trading anecdotes around a campfire. In this collection, intrepid outdoorsmen...

Tales of the Five Towns

by Arnold Bennett

British author Arnold Bennett's most acclaimed and enduring works are a series of novels set around the Potteries district of Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire, his native region. This volume of short stories...

The Golden Calf

by Mary Elizabeth Braddon

The sweeping novel The Golden Calf combines the best of both worlds: a complex, unpredictable plot fraught with suspense and insightful social commentary that lends the book more heft and gravity than are found...

Count Bunker: Being a Bald yet Veracious Chronicle Containing Some Further Particulars of Two Gentlemen Whose Previous Careers Were Touched Upon in a

by J. Storer Clouston

Count Bunker is the sequel to J. Storer Clouston's wildly popular comedic romp, The Lunatic at Large. In this equally amusing follow-up, old pals Baron Rudolph von Blitzenberg and Francis Mandell-Essington reunite...

The Girl From Keller's: Or, Sadie's Conquest

by Harold Bindloss

Life on the Canadian prairie can be trying under the very best of circumstances. When the odds are stacked against you, it takes remarkable inner strength and fortitude to make it work. Those are lessons that...

Youth and the Bright Medusa

by Willa Cather

Though she later climbed to literary fame on the strength of her novels set in the American frontier such as O Pioneers! and My Antonia, much of Willa Cather's early fiction was set in the upper-crust enclaves...

Remembrance of Things Past: Swann's Way & Within a Budding Grove

by Marcel Proust

Here are the first two volumes of Proust’s monumental achievement, Swann’s Way and Within a Budding Grove. The famous overture to Swann's Way sets down the grand themes that govern In Search of Lost Time...

The Ambassadors

by Henry James & Colm Toibin

Introduction by Colm Tóibín

One of the final masterpieces from one of the world’s greatest authors, Henry James’s The Ambassadors is now available for the first time in a Modern Library edition, with a...

An Ermine in Czernopol

by Gregor Von Rezzori, Philip Boehm & Daniel Kehlmann

An NYRB Classics Original

Set just after World War I, An Ermine in Czernopol centers on the tragicomic fate of Tildy, an erstwhile officer in the army of the now-defunct Austro-Hungarian Empire, determined to...

Anna Karenina (Illustrated)

by Leo Tolstoy & Constance Garnett

Anna Karenina was the next major novel of Tolstoy after his War and Peace. "In order for a work to be good, one must love its main basic idea. In Anna Karenina I love the family idea while in War and Peace I...

Anna Karenina

by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina is one of the greatest novels written by Leo Tolstoy, often credited as the pinnacle of realist fiction, and described by Tolstoy himself as his first true novel.

Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen

Pride and prejudice, one of the most famous novels by Jane Austen, follows uneasy relationship between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy, a landowning aristocrat who is too proud to speak to any of the locals and...

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Illustrated by Sidney Paget)

by Arthur Conan Doyle & Sidney Paget

The first collection of stories about the famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his friend Dr Watson in their adventures of solving crimes in Victorian England. The book includes 12 adventures with 100 illustrations...


by Virginia Woolf

Orlando is destined to live for four hundred years . . . During the Elizabethan era, the young courtier Orlando becomes a lover to the aging Queen and embarks on an intense affair with the beautiful Russian...

Billy Lives

by Gary Brandner

Billy Lockett: He was the king of rock 'n roll - until a shocking accident cut short his spectacular career.

Iris Ames: A nubile beauty who was the latest to be promoted by Billy from groupie to bedmate.

Al Fenstra:...