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The House of Daniel

by Harry Turtledove

Since the Big Bubble popped in 1929, life in the United States hasn't been the same. Hotshot wizards will tell you nothing's really changed, but then again, hotshot wizards aren't looking for honest work in...

The Chief Legatee

by Anna Katharine Green

Anna Katharine Green (November 11, 1846 – April 11, 1935) was an American poet and novelist. She was one of the first writers of detective fiction in America and distinguished herself by writing well plotted,...

The Silent Call

by Edwin Milton Royle

Not even snow is as white as these great masses of congealed foam floating in a deep blue sky, six thousand feet above the sea, and yet somewhere out of this deep cool infinity flamed a sun that searched the...

The Diary of a Nobody

by George & Weedoon Grossmith

The Diary of a Nobody is an English comic novel written by the brothers George and Weedon Grossmith, with illustrations by the latter. It originated as an intermittent serial in Punch magazine in 1888–89 and...

Hunter Quatermain's Story

by H. Rider Haggard

Sir Henry Rider Haggard, KBE (/ˈhæɡərd/; 22 June 1856 – 14 May 1925) — known as H. Rider Haggard — was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations, predominantly Africa, and a pioneer...

My Strange Rescue

by J. Macdonald Oxley

A shout of laughter rang through the kitchen and went echoing up the great chimney when, much more in fun than in earnest, I hinted that if they could not manage to kill the bear themselves I would have to do...

Last Chance: Short Stories about Friendship with a Twist and Moral Lesson

by Rowan Knight

Do people really have second chances in their life? And what is the price to pay for our mistakes and bad temper? The four persons of these stories will show you. In this collection of short stories, Rowan Knight,...

Woman and Puppet

by Pierre Louÿs

In Spain the Carnival does not finish, as in France, at eight o’clock on the morning of Ash Wednesday. Over the wonderful gaiety of Seville the memory that “dust we are,” etc., spreads its odour of sepulture...

Twice Bought

by R.M. Ballantyne

“‘Honesty is the best policy,’ Tom, you may depend on it,” said a youth to his companion, one afternoon, as they walked along the margin of one of those brawling rivulets which, born amid the snows of...

The Spy

by Maksim Gorky

When Yevsey Klimkov was four years old, his father was shot dead by the forester; and when he was seven years old, his mother died. She died suddenly in the field at harvest time. And so strange was this that...

The Damned

by Joris-Karl Huysmans & Keen Wallace

Là-Bas, translated as Down There or The Damned, is a novel by the French writer Joris-Karl Huysmans, first published in 1891. It is Huysmans' most famous work after À rebours. Là-Bas deals with the subject...

Luke Barnicott

by William Howitt

The village of Monnycrofts, in Derbyshire, may be said to be a distinguished village, for though it is not a city set on a hill, it is a village set on a hill. It may be seen far and wide with its cluster of...

Humours of Irish Life

by Charles L. Graves

THE first of the notable humorists of Irish life was William Maginn, one of the most versatile, as well as brilliant of Irish men of letters.

Dangerous Deeds

by Frank Cobb

A heavy fog pressed down upon the city of Washington. To the boy watching it from the vantage point of the window in the top floor of the apartment in which he stood, it spread as mysterious and as sodden as...

An American Tragedy

by Theodore Dreiser

Theodore Dreiser (1871-1945) is one of the giants of American letters. One of his biggest battles involved "An American Tragedy," a sprawling book based on a real murder case that occurred in New York at the...

Northern Georgia Sketches

by Will N. Harben

Andrew Duncan and his wife trudged along the unshaded road in the beating sunshine, and paused to rest under the gnarled white-trunked sycamore trees. She wore a drooping gown of checked homespun, a sun-bonnet...

Mam' Linda

by Will N. Harben

IN the rear of the long store, at a round table under a hanging-lamp with a tin shade, four young men sat playing poker. The floor of that portion of the room was raised several feet higher than that of the...

The Woman-Hater

by Charles Reade

"THE Golden Star," Homburg, was a humble hotel, not used by gay gamblers, but by modest travelers. At two o'clock, one fine day in June, there were two strangers in the salle a' manger, seated at small tables...

The Rat-Pit

by Patrick MacGill

IN the city of Glasgow there is a lodging-house for women known as “The Rat-pit.” Here the vagrant can get a nightly bunk for a few pence, and no female is refused admittance: the unfortunate, the sick,...

An Australian Girl

by Mrs. Alick Macleod

It was one Sunday afternoon in the middle of December and in the province of South Australia. The grass was withered almost to the roots, fast turning gray and brown. Indeed, along the barer ridges of the beautiful...