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Haw-Ho-Noo - Records of a Tourist

by Charles Lanman

The title and table of contents of this volume contain all that I have to say in regard to its character. My only apology for again appearing before the public is to be found in the treatment which I have heretofore...


The Witches' Dream Book; and Fortune Teller

by A. H. Noe

This introductory page is inserted, not with the purpose of reviewing the contents of the book—a custom, to our mind, more honored in the breach than the observance—but merely to inform those who look within...


The Laird of Norlaw; A Scottish Story

by Mrs. Oliphant Oliphant

Margaret Oliphant Wilson Oliphant was a Scottish novelist and historical writer, who usually wrote as Mrs. Oliphant. Her fictional works encompass "domestic realism, the historical novel and tales of the supernatural"....


Hinterland

by Steven Lang

‘We have this idea we can live anywhere, that we make a choice, but it's not true. There are places that are for you and places that aren't. You can tell which is which if you're prepared to listen.' Tensions...


Miss Esperance and Mr Wycherly

by L. Allen Harker

Which Introduces Them The Coming of the Children The Education of Mr. Wycherly The Secretiveness of Mause Robina The Awakening of Mr. Wycherly Elsa Drives the Nail Home Edmund Rechristens Mr. Wycherly Cupid...


His Little World

by Samuel Merwin

THhelife-saving crew were giving an exhibition drill. A number of people, mostly women and children, were scattered about the beach (for since the failure of the lumber and salt, that had expanded Liddington...


Peggy O'Neal

by Alfred Henry Lewis

Doubtless I shall tell this tale but poorly, since I have no skill of writing or rhetoric and must, for the most part, proceed by blunt sentences and short one-syllable words to the end that I be understood....


The Merman and The Figure-Head

by Clara F. Guernsey

The Sea-Nymph The Sea Kingdom The Figure-head The Bewitched Lover The Sea-Nymphs Lucy Peabody's Dream


Tattered Tom or The Story of a Street Arab

by Jr. Horatio Alger

When, three years since, the author published "Ragged Dick,” he was far from anticipating the flattering welcome it would receive, or the degree of interest which would be excited by his pictures of street...


The Outer Cape

by Patrick Dacey

A piercing and compassionate debut novel about how the new generations atone for the sins of the old in small-town America

Robert and Irene Kelly were a golden couple of the late ‘70s—she an artist, he a...


Dark Lady: A Novel of Emilia Bassano Lanyer

by Charlene Ball

Emilia Bassano Lanyer-poor, beautiful, and intelligent, born to a family of Court musicians and secret Jews, lover to Shakespeare and mistress to an older nobleman-survives to become a published poet in an era...


Nathaniel Parker Willis

by Henry A. Beers

The materials for a life of Willis are rich enough to be embarrassing. Most of his writings are, in a greater or less degree, autobiographical; and it would be possible to make a very tolerable life of him,...


Mr. Wycherly's Wards

by L. Allen Harker

"The Flittin'" The House Opposite The Princess The Beggar Maid Their Meeting Mr. Wycherly Adds to His Responsibilities Jane-Anne Swears Fealty Jane-Anne Assists Providence The Quest Fortune's Wheel The Cult...


Helen Ford

by Jr. Horatio Alger

Not many minutes walk from Broadway, situated on one of the cross streets intersecting the great thoroughfare, is a large building not especially inviting in its aspect, used as a lodging and boarding-house....


Dorothy Dale in the West

by Margaret Penrose

“He, he, he!” giggled Tavia. “What is the matter now, child?” demanded Dorothy Dale, haughtily. “There are no 'hes’ in this lane. The road is empty before us——” “And the world would be, too,...


The Lushei Kuki Clans

by John Shakespear

This monograph was originally intended to deal only with the inhabitants of the Lushai Hills, but on my transfer to Manipur, I found so many clans living in the hill tracts of that curious little state that...


Flood: A Novel

by Melissa Scholes Young

A sparkling debut set in Mark Twain's boyhood town, Flood is a story of what it means to be lost . . . and found.

Laura Brooks fled her hometown of Hannibal, Missouri, ten years ago after a historic flood and...


Before Everything

by Victoria Redel

A group of lifetime friends gather together to confront life, love, and now mortality

“Everything you want a novel about life, death, and friendship to be—smart, moving, sweeping, poetic, stinging, just beautiful....


Modern Gods: A Novel

by Nick Laird

A powerful novel about two sisters who must reclaim themselves after their lives are dramatically upended, from an award-winning author with “a wonderfully original and limber voice” (The New York Times...


The Confusion of Languages

by Siobhan Fallon

A searing debut novel from the award-winning author of You Know When the Men are Gone, about jealousy, the unpredictable path of friendship, and the secrets kept in marriage, all set within the U.S. expat community...